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Dusit takes over historic landmark Inya Lake Hotel, Yangon, Myanmar

Travel News Asia 11 November 2002

On December 15, 2002, Dusit Hotels & Resorts is taking over Inya Lake Hotel in Yangon, Myanmar, a historic landmark property now the new member hotel in Dusits prestigious portfolio. The property will be renamed the Dusit Inya Lake Resort upon the take over by Dusit.

Historically, Inya Lake Hotel has been renowned for the natural beauty and exclusive location on Inya Lake, occupying altogether 27 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds and offering one of the most luxurious accommodation, facilities and services. Now that all aspects of operation will be under Dusit management, several modern and value-added enhancements are envisaged, so that new products and services combined with superb location will surely result in great success.

As its first hotel in Myanmar, the management of Dusit Hotels & Resorts looks forward to long-term mutually beneficial relations with Inya Lake and Myanmar that will see this property introduce many attractive new facilities and features, by the same token providing many remarkable advantages to travel agents and guests alike.

Myanmar is full of old charm and enchantment thats a rarity in the world we live in today, and therefore provides a unique experience. With its proven expertise and knowledge of the hospitality industry, Dusit Hotels & Resorts has the resources and determination to bring to Dusit Inya Lake Hotel the fullest benefits of prudent and prestigious hotel management and planning, alongside most attractive marketing and sales activities.

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