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ICTP President to moderate at Brookes Hospitality Leadership Forum in London The International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) is pleased to partner with the upcoming Brookes Hospitality Leadership Forum at the Savoy in London on Friday, May 25, 2012. After the highly-successful inaugural event in 2011, the 2nd edition of the forum will be back at the Savoy. Turbulent times, driven by global economic uncertainty, bring major challenges for those in leadership. Those who predict changes in the external environment and who adapt business practices accordingly can minimize risks from the economic storm and gain a competitive advantage. At the 2012 Brookes Hospitality Leadership Forum, a collection of innovative thinkers will help us understand the forces that will shape our sector in the years to come. Panel discussions will focus on leadership strategies to steer organizations in times of great uncertainty. Organized by the Oxford School of Hospitality Management, in conjunction with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, the Brookes Hospitality Leadership Forum brings together industry and academic leaders to discuss overarching themes of strategic importance to the hospitality and tourism industries. ICTP President, Professor Geoffrey Lipman, will be moderating the Session, "Responsible Business Practice - Moving from old to new forms of capitalism [ETH] meeting the Green Growth challenge." The forum will incorporate keynote speakers and panel discussions, focused on three themes: [yen] LEADERSHIP AND TALENT DEVELOPMENT [ETH] TRANSFORMATION THROUGH PARTNERSHIP The potential long-term benefits of partnership between the hospitality industry and higher education are often overlooked or unrealized. A model of cooperation that goes way beyond the provision of graduate talent, to incorporate the application of research expertise across a range of disciplines, can transform business practice and can reinvigorate educational content and delivery. In this session we will examine the strategic alliance between IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) and Oxford Brookes University, focusing on its true value to the company, its impact on academics, and on how it fuels the enthusiasm and motivation of students, the next generation of industry leaders. A panel discussion will explore frameworks for building and capitalizing on partnerships between industry and education. [yen] BUSINESS INNOVATION [ETH] REIMAGINING THE BRAND Brands are a crucial part of contemporary hospitality management and have a direct impact on profitability. The last decade has created turbulent times for the hotel sector. Internet and smart phone technology have revolutionized the media and transformed how people communicate. This, coupled with the arrival of new players and new business models, has radically changed both the competitive environment and how customers respond to brands. From a brand management perspective, established players need to be renewed to engage with todayOs customers and to avoid commoditixzation. In this session, we explore how established luxury and innovative hospitality companies have re-imagined their brand to communicate with existing and new target audiences. We will also learn how an iconic British car, the mini, was re-imagined for a contemporary market, with lessons for hospitality managers. Practical examples from industry leaders will help you to reinvigorate your own thinking about brand management. [yen] RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS PRACTICE [ETH] MOVING FROM OLD TO NEW FORMS OF CAPITALISM [ETH] MEETING THE GREEN GROWTH CHALLENGE Historically, growth has been a primary determinant of company success [ETH] in some cases the overriding factor. In the past 5 years, this has not only been questioned but issues around, sustainability, equity, clean energy, ethics, inclusion, and even societal happiness have emerged to challenge traditional assumptions. This session will look at how these changes affect the travel sector generally, and hospitality specifically. It will also identify new models that are coming into play and why travel and tourism companies should be first movers. It will be a Davos Style discussion, with introductory remarks from the panel followed by an interactive exchange with the audience. The session will be a precursor for Oxford Brookes new Green Growth and Travelism Initiative and will be moderated by its director Professor Geoffrey Lipman. There will be a strong line up of speakers and panelists, including Will Hutton, Chair of the Big Innovation Centre; Christopher Rodrigues, Chairman of Visit Britain; Ufi Ibrahim, CEO British Hospitality Association; and Michael Nowlis, Program Director of the London Business School. Rates for the Leadership Forum are [pounds sterling]255 standard rate and [pounds sterling]145 discounted rate, which is for Oxford Brookes University Alumni, Fellows, and Mentors. This includes morning coffee, lunch, afternoon refreshments, and opportunity to enjoy the impressive surroundings of Savoy Hotel, a British icon in the heart of London. The Savoy has undergone the most ambitious hotel restoration in British history and continues a tradition of culinary excellence and great hospitality. Robert Milburn, hospitality and leisure leader at PwC, said: "We are delighted to be once again sponsoring this important event for the hospitality and leisure sector. The forum promotes the continual training and education in important fields such as leadership, responsible business practice, and innovation. We believe the hospitality and leisure sector will be critical to the recovery of the UK economy, particularly in 2012 when all eyes will be on London for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and the London 2012 Games." May 21, 2012

Accor Hotels Accor to Reopen Two Earthquake-Damaged Hotels in Christchurch. New Zealand's largest hotel group, Accor Hotels, will open two of its four Christchurch hotels, which were closed following the earthquake in February 2011. Hotel Ibis Christchurch is the first hotel scheduled to reopen, with a target date of September 2012. Novotel Christchurch will follow, with a planned reopening date of April 2013. Decisions on the future of Accor's two All Seasons hotels in Christchurch are still pending as access -- particularly to the Cashel Street property -- has been severely restricted by on-going demolition work in the area. "When we reopen the Ibis and Novotel hotels they will be effectively new hotels," said Regional Manager Zayne Boon. "Both of the hotels were relatively new -- the Ibis was built in 2007 and the Novotel 2010 -- so they were built to very exacting standards and their structures received only minor damage during the earthquakes. The main problems were internal and required a complete re-fit of both hotels, so when they reopen they will have a very fresh and new feel to them. The heritage Warners Hotel wing of the Novotel had to be demolished, but the new part of the hotel survived the impact of the earthquake very well, despite being located right in the heart of Cathedral Square,O Boon said. OThere is a critical shortage of accommodation in Christchurch and the reopening of these hotels will allow significant progress to be made in reviving Christchurch's commercial and tourist fortunes. It will also provide employment and will help support the wider revival of Christchurch's central business district.O May 21, 2012

Anantara Hua Hin ThailandOs Anantara Hua Hin Offers Elephant Polo Package . From Sept. 12 to 16, the Anantara Hua HinOs Pachyderms and Polo package features the 11th anniversary OKings Cup Elephant PoloO charity tournament. The package is priced from BHT 9,000 ($287) and includes a Premium room, Lagoon room or Anantara Suite; daily buffet breakfast for two people; VIP access to all areas; daily light lunch on the pitch; roundtrip transfers between hotel to the pitch; elephant polo shirt; photos with the players and the elephants on the pitch; and one mini-spa treatment at the pitch. All rates are in THB and subject to 10 percent service charge and 7 percent applicable government tax. May 21, 2012

Cheapflights.co.uk Dazzling Destinations for The Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Over the long weekend from Saturday 2 through Tuesday 5 June 2012, The Queen celebrates 60 years as Monarch and her 60th year as the Head of the Commonwealth. Whether you're staying in London to enjoy the heart of the Jubilee celebrations or fancy taking advantage of the long weekend to book a holiday, Cheapflights.co.uk, the UK's online leader in travel deals publishing, points travellers in the direction of the best celebrations around the world. "It's one of this summer's most anticipated events, but, with thousands expected to stampede into London for the celebrations, an escape to enjoy them from afar in one of the other Commonwealth destinations might be just the royal ticket," says Nadine Hallak, Travel Expert for Cheapflights.co.uk. Reach for your bunting, wave your flag and get in the Jubilee spirit with these top Jubilee destinations. London is the place to be for the Diamond Jubilee. Celebrations kick off on Sunday 3 June when neighbours and friends join together for a traditional street party. Those next to the River Thames can feast their eyes on up to 1,000 boats taking part in The Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant and try to spot The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh on the Royal Barge. For music fans, the Diamond Jubilee Concert will be held on Monday 4 June -- those not lucky enough to get a ticket can watch from the comfort of their television. Also on Monday, The Queen will light the National Beacon and, at the same time, communities all over the UK and the Commonwealth will light 2,012 more Beacons. The last of the celebrations take place on Tuesday 5 June with a service at St Paul's Cathedral and a procession that culminates at Buckingham Palace where The Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal Family take their places on the famous Balcony to watch an RAF Flypast. Australia Although on the other side of the world, Australia is still doing their bit to celebrate this rare occasion. On Monday 4 June, Julia Gillard, the Australian Prime Minister, will unite with the rest of the commonwealth and the UK by lighting a Beacon on top of Parliament House in Canberra. In support of the celebrations and in accordance with historical protocol, Parks Place in the Parliamentary zone will be renamed Queen Elizabeth Terrace, similarly to the names of adjacent streets Queen Victoria, King Edward and King George Terraces. If you're after a collector's item, then purchase a Jubilee stamp issued by Australia Post or a Jubilee coin which will be issued by the Royal Australian Mint. Canada In honor of the 60th anniversary of The Queen's accession to the throne as Queen of Canada, a new commemorative medal named The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal has been created. The medal is a way for Canada to honour The Queen's service to the country as well as serving to honour a significant contribution or achievement by Canadians. During 2012, 60,000 Canadians will be recognised and awarded the medal. Canada will also take part by lighting Beacons as part of a commonwealth celebration of the Diamond Jubilee. Scotland To mark The Queen's Diamond Jubilee, Perth in Scotland has been awarded city status after winning a UK competition. Perth will now be Scotland's seventh city, along with Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Stirling. Twenty six towns across the UK entered the competition in a bid to win the civic honour, while only two other UK towns won the honour of becoming a city: Chelmsford in England and St Asaph in Wales. Perth based its bid on its long history as a city before the status was removed in 1975 during a local government shake up. On Monday 4 June, it has been confirmed that Beacons will be lit on Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Queen's official residence in Scotland. New Zealand Monday 4 June will see New Zealanders celebrate The Queen's birthday and the opening of the ski season. Around The Queen's birthday, The Queen's Honours list is released. This is a list of hundreds of recipients who are acknowledged and honoured for public service, whether it's services to television or services to prisoner welfare. This year, The Queen's Diamond Jubilee also falls on the same weekend as her birthday, so expect the celebrations to be even bigger. New Zealand will pay tribute to The Queen by lighting Beacons along with other countries in the Commonwealth. May 22, 2012

Hilton Hotels Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi to Mark BrandOs Debut in Southeast Asia. Hilton Worldwide signed a management agreement with Hoan Kiem Tourism & Trading Company Limited to introduce the first Hilton Garden Inn and Hilton WorldwideOs second property in Vietnam. Scheduled to open in the second half of 2012, the 86-room Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi marks the debut of Hilton Garden Inn, Hilton WorldwideOs award-winning, mid-priced brand, in Southeast Asia. Located at the intersection of Tran Hung Dao and Phan Chu Trinh avenues, Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi is in the French Quarter of Hanoi. The 11-story Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi will have 86 bedrooms and an all-day dining restaurant and a lounge bar, a 100-square-meter meeting room, a spa and onsite car parking facilities. Hilton Worldwide currently manages one other hotel, the Hilton Hanoi Opera, in Vietnam. May 22, 2012

HotelTravel.com HotelTravel.com partners with Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts. HotelTravel.com has signed a partnership agreement with Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts that will add a growing network of hotels in one of HotelTravel.com's top selling countries in Southeast Asia. Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts currently operates 43 hotels around Indonesia, including seven on Bali, in four brand categories. The group also plans to open an additional 22 hotels before the end of 2012 including the Amaris Hotel Singapore, Santika IndonesiaOs first overseas property. HotelTravel.com Chief Information Officer, Olivier Dombey, said: OWe are very proud to welcome Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts to our growing portfolio of hotel partners. Their addition is important as Indonesia, and Bali in particular, is a top-selling destination on HotelTravel.com. Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts Corporate Director of E-Commerce, Andy Khen, said: OThe opportunity to partner with HotelTravel.com opens up an immediate new global audience to our fast-growing network of hotels as we launch our expansion outside of Indonesia. In addition to HotelTravel.comOs outstanding Asian customer base, their reputation in Europe and beyond is very impressive indeed. "We believe that our partnership with HotelTravel.com will expand our reach into new customer segments.O May 22, 2012

Park Hotels IndiaOs Park Hotels Offers Packages in Kerala and Goa. The Park Hotels in India has introduced new value-added summer packages at The Park on Holiday Beach, Goa and The Park on Vembanad Lake, Kerala Backwaters, valid for bookings and travel now through Sept. 30. Additional nights can be added and the packages can be combined together for a lengthier travel experience in India (or with stays at other hotels in The Park collection). The Goa four-day/three-night package at The Park on Holiday Beach includes two-way airport or train transfers; buffet/set-menu for breakfast and lunch, or dinner for up to two people daily; 15 percent discount on all food and beverage during stay (excluding happy hour); a half-day sightseeing trip of Goa by car/coach (as available); evening boat cruise on Mandovi River; and all taxes. Rates start at $490 per room based on double occupancy. A Continental Plan package is also available from $411 per room, double, and includes all of the above features except guests will receive a daily buffet/set-menu for breakfast only (no lunch or dinner included in the cost). The Park on Vembanad Lake three-day/two-night summer holiday features two-way airport transfers; upgrade to the next higher room category (subject to room availability); daily breakfast, lunch and dinner; a three-hour cruise in the Vembanad backwaters on a traditional Shikara boat; 15 percent off all spa treatments at the onsite spa; and all taxes. Rates start at $470 per room based on double occupancy. For more information, email sales.usa@theparkhotels.com. May 22, 2012

Ritz-Carlton Hotels Ritz-Carlton Opens First Japanese Resort on Okinawa . The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has opened its first luxury resort in Japan on the island of Okinawa. The Ritz-Carlton, Okinawa will offer 97 rooms and two suites, all of which will have balconies or terraces with views of the East China Sea and Kise Country Club. On-property restaurants include Chura-Nuhji, an Italian fine dining restaurant; Kise, a Teppan-yaki restaurant featuring local seafood and renowned Okinawan beef; and Gusuku, an all-day waterside dining experience that serves Japanese, Okinawan and international dishes on its outdoor deck. The new Ritz-Carlton resortOs architectural design features the Shurijo face motifs, distinctive red clay roof tiles, white walls and holy water ponds. OWe have no doubt that Okinawa has the potential to be a resort island of true international appeal, attracting visitors from all over the world, whether they are visiting the island for business or pleasure,O said Herve Humler, president and chief operations officer of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. OIt really is a hidden gem and the opening of The Ritz-Carlton, Okinawa helps to put this destination on the map for discerning luxury travelers.O Located a short stroll through landscaped gardens is The Ritz-Carlton Spa by ESPA, in its own separate enclave. The spa features four treatment rooms, four dry treatment rooms, outdoor cabanas offering Shiatsu or Thai massage. It also offers the Heat Experience (steam sauna, Jacuzzi hot tubs, stone sauna with weathered coral tiles). Two special Retreat Suites are also available (Forest Suite and Ocean Suite) with their own private decks and stone baths. The spa retreat also houses a nail studio, relaxation room, indoor pool and fitness center. May 25, 2012

Shanghai Shanghai Set to Host International Luxury Travel Mart Asia. Taking place from June 4 to 7 in Shanghai, the sixth edition of the leading Oinvitation-onlyO luxury travel event for the Asia Pacific -- ILTM Asia 2012 -- will welcome leading figures from the industry to define emerging trends, explore specific regional needs and more. Cond Nast Traveler IndiaOs editor-in-chief Divia Thani will moderate a panel of luxury travelOs movers and shakers during this yearOs Opening Forum event. OWhy a changing luxury traveler demands change: Fostering entrepreneurship to address multicultural needsO will be discussed by Leonardo Ferragamo, director of Salvatore Ferragamo and president of The Lungarno Collection; David Williams, chief marketing officer of Orient-Express; James Baillie, founder of AustraliaOs Baillie Lodges; and Sarina Bratton, founder and managing director of Orion Expedition Cruises. Ho Kwon Ping, founder of Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts, will take part in a live interview on stage with Klara Glowzewska, editor-in-chief of Cond Nast Traveler US. Ho Kwon Ping will discuss the village life that inspired him to reinvent the idea of the luxury resort, as well as his life experiences as a journalist and a prisoner in a Singapore jail before founding Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts in 1994. The brand today consists of 30 hotels and resorts, over 60 spas, 80 retail galleries and two golf courses in 27 countries with aggressive expansion plans for the future. The ILTM Asia Opening Forum will also include a presentation of exclusive research undertaken by leading consultancy for trend forecasting, brand strategy and consumer insight, The Future Laboratory, entitled, OLuxury Travel Futures: A global snapshot of new and emerging trends in the Asian luxury travel market.O \ May 23, 2012

Singapore Airlines Singapore Airlines Vacations Offers Packages to Bangkok. Singapore Airlines Vacations is offering all-inclusive flight and hotel packages from Los Angeles to Bangkok. The package deal includes roundtrip flights aboard Singapore AirlinesO A380, the worldOs largest commercial aircraft. All fuel surcharges, taxes, and luxury hotel accommodations are included. The Bangkok vacation package is available for travel through Dec. 31 and includes roundtrip, economy class flights on SIA from Los Angeles (LAX); four nights in a deluxe room at the five-star Shangri-la Hotel; roundtrip transfers between airport and hotel; half-day Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha Temple tour; and hotel taxes and service charges. Also offered is an optional four-day/three-night Chiang Mai extension package available from $449 per person. May 23, 2012

Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit Opens as BrandOs Second Bangkok Property . The newly opened Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit is the brandOs second property in Bangkok, Thailand, following the opening of the Sofitel So Bangkok earlier this year. Located in the central business district, within easy reach of the cityOs best shopping and entertainment, Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit boasts 345 rooms, including 37 suites and 75 Club Millsime executive rooms. The hotel restaurant LOAppart features a library, living room, dining room, lounge and bar, and outdoor terrace. The open kitchen serves French-inspired cuisine. The casual Voil! restaurant highlights international cuisine including French, Western, Asian, Middle Eastern and Thai delicacies. Located in the lobby with an inviting outdoor terrace, Le Macaron is a pastry shop and deli. In addition, the first luxury spa in Thailand to offer elegant LOOccitane products from the South of France, Le Spa with LOOccitane, features a range of treatments including traditional Thai massage and aromatherapy. The property also offers an outdoor swimming pool with pool bar, hydrotherapy bath, sauna, fitness center, and a beauty salon. May 23, 2012

Sofitel Hotels HanoiOs Sofitel Legend Metropole Reopens War-Era Bomb Shelter. The Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi is reopening a bomb shelter in its back garden. Its whereabouts unknown for decades, the shelter opens as a memorial to the hotel's wartime employees. Regular tours will usher hotel guests through the space, which has largely been left as it was found during a chance rediscovery last summer. Forty years after the bombs stopped falling on Hanoi, and less than one year after a chance discovery of an air raid shelter in its back garden, the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi is cutting a red ribbon on the excavated bunker on May 21 as the anchor attraction in a new Path of History tour. The 40-square-meter bomb shelter has been preserved in its original state as a tribute to the hotelOs wartime employees, who ushered guests into the relative safety of the underground chamber from the mid-1960s through the Christmas Bombings in 1972. A Filipino journalist, Gemma Cruz Araneta, described the shelter this way in a May 1968 journal entry: OThe hotel shelter is a long, narrow, semi-subterranean room of concrete which I thought would have made a groovy discotheque. It is lined with green wooden chairs and though there was no electricity, I noticed an electric fan. Really, the Vietnamese are such thoughtful hosts.O The exhibit commemorates 110 years of Metropole history along 18 meters of hotel corridor. The 13 exhibition plates include restored images of the hotelOs early years, a timeline, introductions to more than 300 guests from Charlie Chaplin to Jane Fonda and Joan Baez to Angelina Jolie, and a section on travel. Augustin, who is president of the Most Famous Hotels in the World organization, is training a team of six local historians to accompany hotel guests on a tour that culminates with a descent into the wartime shelter. The bomb shelter will be open to hotel guests and staff, as well as local Hanoians. The 364-room hotel was completely renovated in June 2009. Its historic Metropole Wing features suites named for Chaplin, Somerset Maugham and Graham Greene, each of whom stayed at the Metropole during his time in colonial Indochina. The hotelOs restaurants include Spices Garden (Vietnamese), Le Beaulieu (French) and Angelina (Italian). Le Spa du Metropole opened in late 2009 and immediately set a new standard for nostalgic elegance in Vietnam. For more information, email H1555-MK@sofitel.com. May 23, 2012

STR Global STR Global Reports Gains for Asia Pacific Hotel Industry . Hotels in the Asia Pacific region experienced positive results in the three key performance metrics for April 2012 when reported in U.S. dollars, according to data compiled by STR Global. In year-over-year measurements, the Asia Pacific regionOs occupancy increased 3.8 percent to 67.6 percent, its average daily rate increased 3.6 percent to $145.01 and its revenue per available room was up 7.6 percent to $98.07. OHotels across Asia/Pacific sustained their growth in occupancy and average room rate,O said Elizabeth Randall, managing director of STR Global. OLooking at the supply and demand results for the first four months of this year, supply grew at the lowest rate for the January to April period for the past six years (up 2.8 percent) whilst demand achieved the second-highest growth rate for the four-month period in the past six years with 5.3 percent improvement, only surpassed by the demand growth in the corresponding period in 2010.O Among the highlights from key market performers in April 2012 in local currency (year-over-year comparisons), Tokyo, Japan, reported the largest occupancy increase, rising 63 percent to 84.8 percent, followed by Osaka, Japan, with a 22.3 percent increase to 87 percent. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, fell 6.8 percent in occupancy to 64.5 percent, posting the largest decrease in that metric. Tokyo rose 25.3 percent in ADR to JPY14,499.46, achieving the largest increase in that metric, followed by Jakarta, Indonesia (up 21.8 percent to IDR932,278.05), and Phuket, Thailand (up 18.3 percent to THB3,931.25). New Delhi, India, fell 10 percent in ADR to INR7,117.90, ending the month with the only double-digit ADR decrease. Six markets experienced RevPAR increases of more than 20 percent -- Tokyo (up 104.3 percent to JPY12,294.86); Phuket (up 25.8 percent to THB3,112.21); Osaka (up 24.5 percent to JPY9,532.78); Taipei, Taiwan (up 23.8 percent to TWD4,554.61); Jakarta (up 21.4 percent to IDR656,761.02); and Beijing, China (up 20.4 percent to CNY561.91). New Delhi (down 12.8 percent to INR4,445.58) and Mumbai, India (down 10.8 percent to INR4,976.59) reported the largest RevPAR decreases for the month. Tokyo rose 27 percent in ADR to $180.39, reporting the largest increase in that metric, followed by Beijing with a 17.6 percent increase to $121.74. Tokyo jumped 107 percent in ADR to $152.39, achieving the largest increase in that metric. Four other markets posted RevPAR increases of more than 20 percent -- Osaka (up 26.1 percent to $118.60), Beijing (up 23.5 percent to $88.72), Taipei (up 21.3 percent to $155.56), and Phuket (up 20.8 percent to $99.62). New Delhi reported the largest decreases in ADR (down 24.8 percent to $132.85) and RevPAR (down 27.2 percent to $82.97) for the month. May 23, 2012

Sukhothai Bangkok Sukhothai Bangkok Offers Romance Package with Spa Treatments . The Sukhothai BangkokOs Romance package is valid until Dec. 28. The package includes accommodation in either a Deluxe Studio or an Executive Suite, a roundtrip limousine transfer from the airport and fast-track service upon arrival into Bangkok Airport. Clients can have daily breakfast in their suites or in the grand Colonnade restaurant and a set dinner including a bottle of Prosecco in La Scala restaurant. The Romance package offers couples 2.5 hours of complimentary spa treatments to include a pebble foot bath, body scrub, romantic warm bath and full body massage. The spa offers an extensive menu to include couplesO treatments catering perfectly for newlyweds seeking a luxurious and pampering honeymoon. The package is priced for the Deluxe Studio at THB 12,000 ($383) per room, per night, and the Executive Suite at THB 15,000 ($479) per room, per night. A minimum length of stay of four consecutive nights is required. For more information, email reservations@sukhothai.com. May 21, 2012 2154-2260

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