Beach resort in Thailand to convert to the Sheraton Samui Resort

The Imperial Samui Beach Resort in Thailand will be converted to the Sheraton Samui Resort, Koh Samui by the end of this year.

Starwood’s newest hotel conversion in the country is a 15-minute drive from Samui International Airport and is located on Chaweng Noi Beach on the east coast of Koh Samui, near shopping and entertainment area Chaweng town.

Once the rebranding is finished, the 141-room resort will have a gym, Kids’ Club, an all-day dining eatery, the Sky Light Lounge, the Tara Restaurant, a freshwater swimming pool and saltwater swimming pool with views of the Gulf of Thailand.

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The property is owned by TCC Hotels Group, and Sheraton Samui Resort will be the seventh project Starwood is managing for the group.

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