Legends of Indochina HOTELS

Legends of Indochina

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Southeast Asia’s most respected names in the hospitality business recently revived the marketing alliance known as “Legends of Indochina” (first launched in 1999) sharing “legendary service” as the distinct factor unifying all members.  Travellers looking for distinctive and exceptional ways to experience Southeast Asia may book one of the two suggested Legends of IndoChina Grand Tours designed to link members within a 12 or 16 itinerary.  “Bespoke programmes can also be tailored to individual schedules and interests,” says Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok’s legendary General Manager Kurt Wachtveitl.  “Legends of IndoChina is about providing our guests a seamless transition from one property to another, orchestrated by the general managers themselves.”

 

Pictured in a group photo during a recent gathering in Singapore are, seated from left:  Nandeeta Byrne, Regional Director of Sales & Marketing, Orient-Express Hotels, Trains & Cruises; Anthony Lark, General Manager, Trisara, Phuket; Amy Ang, Director of Sales, Raffles Hotels & Resorts; Kurt Wachtveitl, General Manager, Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok; Leesa Lovelace, General Manager, Eastern & Oriental Express; and Paul Linder, General Manager, Chiva-Som, Hua Hin.  Standing from left are:  Anton Kilayko; Jeremie de Fombelle, General Manager, La Residence Phou Vao; Iwakiri Kunihiro, Director of Sales & Marketing, Raffles Hotel Le Royal; Richard Yap, Hotel Manager, Raffles Grand Hotel d’Angkor; Thomas Meier, Vice-President, Operations, Raffles Hotels & Resorts; Andrew Hartley, Director of Sales & Marketing, Sofitel Metropole Hanoi; and Mark Bradford, General Manager, Mandarin Oriental Dhava Dhevi, Chiang Mai.

 

For more details, please visit www.legends-of-indochina.com

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