Photo Release: TCC Hotel Group & Marriott International

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Monday February 4, 2013 08:58
Bangkok--4 Feb--mediafront

Mr. Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, Chairman of TCC Group and Mr. Simon Cooper, President & Managing Director Asia-Pacific, Marriott International together hosted a management agreements signing ceremony between TCC Hotels Group and Marriott International. Mr. Charles Mak, Managing Director & President - International Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley was a witness to the auspicious event. According to the agreements, Marriott International will manage seven properties including the Imperial Queen's Park, Bangkok; the Imperial Adamas, Phuket and other new-built projects to be developed in Pattaya and Hua Hin.

Seen in the picture (left to right) are Mr. Shawn Hill, Regional Vice President - Hotel Development Asia-Pacific, Marriott International; Mr. Paul Foskey, Executive Vice President - International Hotel Development Asia-Pacific, Marriott International; Mr. Simon Cooper, President & Managing Director Asia-Pacific, Marriott International; Mr. Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi, Chairman of TCC Group; Mr. Charles Mak, Managing Director & President - International Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley; Mrs. Wallapa Traisorat and Mr. Soammaphat Traisorat - President and CEO, TCC Hotels Group.


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