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Sat, 10 December 2016

HPL Takes Over One of Thailands Most Famous Wine Resorts

HPL Hotels & Resorts, a subsidiary of Singapore-based Hotel Properties Limited, has taken over the management of the Boathouse by Montara in Phuket, Thailand.

The hotel has been rebranded as The Boathouse Phuket and will operate under the The Boutique Collection by HPL Hotels & Resorts brand.

The Boathouse Phuket opened as a restaurant 27 years ago and quickly became famous for having one of the best wine cellars in Thailand..

The Boutique Collection brand is all about providing personalised service and making guests feel at home, adding The Boathouse Phuket to the cluster will complement the portfolio, said Stephen Lau, Chairman of HPL Hotels & Resorts. This take over reflects our commitments to developing our business in Thailand and elsewhere in the region.

Located on Kata Beach on Phukets west coast, The Boathouse Phuket started as a restaurant more than 27 years ago and quickly became famous for having one of Thailand's best wine cellars. It was also one of the very first hotels in the region to offer guests complimentary fruit, chilled water and cold towers while they relaxed on the beach.

Today, the hotel has a total of 38 guestrooms, including 11 suites, a beach club, spa, sunset lounge, a bar, the multiple award-winning wine cellar, and popular Boathouse Wine & Grill restaurant.

Max Chin, General Manager of The Boathouse Phuket, said, Guests booked after the change in management can be assured that the terms and conditions of their reservations will remain unchanged. And our team looks forward to welcoming them. 

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