The Frangipani group of Cambodian hotels has launched a campaign to attract Australian and worldwide tourists using its newly opened Frangipani Living Arts hotel & Spa in Phnom Penh to showcase the latest style of hospitality for travellers looking for a unique holiday experience. Promotions are available offering 10 per cent discounts on hotel rack rates and additional incentives for guests staying at more than one of the unique Frangipani hotels during their stay in Cambodia.
The Frangipani Living Arts Hotel & Spa hotel is the eighth property in an expanding portfolio of hotels owned and operated by a Cambodian architect and co-founders. The first hotel opened in 2007 and quickly found a following among Australian and worldwide travellers. Today there are five Frangipani hotels in Phnom Penh and three in Siem Reap. A key feature of the hotels is the involvement of local community groups who have manufactured much of the decor found in each property. Corporate and social responsibility is a major platform in the hotel¡¯s success.
Promotion prices provide great value to couples, groups, family and discerning individual travellers. The hotels are more ¡®unique¡¯ than boutique. They are purposely created around a post-modern industrial design theme. Some of the properties only have seven rooms; others like the Frangipani Living Arts hotel & Spa have 123 rooms. So there is a mixture of styles and locations to suit individual tastes. Unusual for hotels in Phnom Penh, most of the properties feature a swimming pool ¨C much welcomed after a day shopping and sightseeing in the bustling energetic city that features ancient golden Wats, a Royal Palace, great shopping in world acclaimed markets, and budget priced Khmer and European cuisine.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
New Frangipani Cambodia Hotel Targets Aussie & Worldwide Travellers
Source = Frangipani Hotels group