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Portuguese Hotel To Join The Ranks Of Family Room Hotel In Patong

Nowadays, hotels are rising up on a pretty much quick rate to the point that you will be able to see new hotels almost at every angle of this world. You see, the significant growth in the number hotels worldwide can be attributed to the rapid blossoming of the tourism industries in countries in the world that have a great number of tourism destinations that are all scattered in their respective territories. Or, this growth can also be associated with newly developed lands that are either developed or reclaimed for the purposes of being construction sites for new hotels or casinos. Now, if you’re let’s say a family of 5 loving persons and you’re looking for a nice hotel where you will be staying during your upcoming vacation, you won’t need to worry about running out of options because you’re going to havea wide variety of hotels especially if you are considering a vacation with your beloved family in the beautiful island of Phuket in the Kingdom of Thailand. In fact, you can even opt to stay at any of the family room hotel in Patong which can offer more than what you usually expect from other hotels.

Just last March of 2017, the well-known Jivavisitnon family has made its much-anticipated announcement regarding their plans to add another luxury hotel under their name in the beautiful island of Phuket. The said hotel is set to join the ranks of the already growing number of family room hotel in Patong. According to Pobchai Jivavisitnon, the owner and at the same time the managing director of the Novotel Phuket Resort and also the Novotel Phuket Vintage Park, the new hotel is registered under the Ocean Wing Corporation. The hotel is said to have 239 rooms in its premises and the amenities will be what are usually expected from even the famous 5-star luxury hotels worldwide. In addition to this, the hotel will be having a Sino-Portuguese style inside and out and the hotel is now under construction and is expected to be completed and ready to be filled by guests, both local and foreign, by the latter part of 2018 or early 2019.

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