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15 May 2014 :: 09:05:07 am 85903

Tulip Group to Open Thailand’s First Kosher Hotel

Tulip Group today announced it will open a brand new hotel within the next 6 months in Central Pattaya.
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This new kosher hotel is centrally located with 53 Guest rooms, signature restaurant, rooftop swimming pool and mini gym and will be the first to be built in Thailand and will also house a synagogue. The property is luxuriously appointed with the very best materials and fixtures & fittings and will be a unique addition to the bustling and ongoing growth of Pattaya’s tourism industry. “We believe there is strong demand for this type of property in Pattaya, whether it is for holiday makers or to cater to the ever growing local Jewish community.

As a company we are always looking to expand our business into different areas, and this property will be 100% unique for Thailand” said Tulip Group Vice President Jason Payne. Tulip also confirmed that they have entered into an agreement with an internationally recognized Hotel operator and all contracts will be signed this month.

“Discussions have been ongoing with our chosen operator for the past 2 months and we are confident that we will sign these agreements within a matter of days. From our point of view it was important that the operator understood how this type of property would have to be run and what our guests will expect from this type of property. It has been an enjoyable process and I am sure that when the hotel is opened our guests will be totally satisfied with the service that the operator will provide” continued Payne Tulip Group currently have 5 Condominiums and 4 hotels under construction and have recently opened the stunningly luxurious Centara Grand Pratamnak, and announced earlier this year that they would add a further 5 hotels to their portfolio this year.

Category : Property

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