Minor re-flags Four Seasons Bangkok as Anantara property
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Minor Hotel Group (MHG), which owns the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, Thailand, will begin to operate the hotel under its own luxury brand Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas in March 2015.

The 354-key hotel will become the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel & Spa, located in Rajadamri – in central Bangkok’s Siam district.

Kathryn Moore, group spa director of MSpa in Asia – the spa management arm of MHG – spoke exclusively to Spa Opportunities. “We will spend some money on a light refurb, but will be fully renovating in 18 months,” said Moore.

Product lines at the spa currently come from Elemis and OPI.

The property was launched originally in 1978 as a Peninsula hotel, before being sold to Regent Hotels in 1982. Four Seasons acquired Regent Hotels in 1992 and thus began operating the property, taking over the contract.

The hotel, still known as The Regent Bangkok, was owned by Rajdamri Plc but MHG acquired 100 per cent of this owning company in 2001. The hotel was then rebranded as Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok in 2003.

Leisure facilities at the hotel include seven restaurants and bars, a gym and an outdoor swimming pool. There is also a ballroom that seats 400 for a dinner dance, and 550 in a theatre-style setting.

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Minor Hotel Group (MHG), which owns the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, Thailand, will begin to operate the hotel under its own luxury brand Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas in March 2015.
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