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  • The Real Estate – Investment opportunities within SouthAfrica and Africa’s hospitality industriesSouth African Hotel MarketThe True Estate – Investment possibilities within South Africa and Africa’s hospitality industries(www.abndigital.com) Regional & global investors got together this previous week to go overorganization and investment opportunities inside of South Africa and Africa’s hospitalityindustries. A hot topic on the agenda was investment into the South African hotel industry inlight of the good results of the recent 2010 Fifa World Cup. I caught up with Puneet Chhatwal,Vice-President, Enterprise Advancement, Rezidor Hotel Group to get his views on thecontinent’s Hotel Business.South African Hotel IndustrySouth African Hotel Industry query by Dinna K: what is the very best 5 star hotel that isnear Chatuchak?I shall also be traveling with 2 little ones aged 8 and six so what tourist spots would interestthem? They really like animals and the arts. Any a lot more interesting issues to do in Bangkokfor a very first-timer?South African Hotel Business ideal response:Response by Cheaters are losersThe Sofitel Centara. Close to the Pahonyothin Subway station.http://www.bangkok.com/evaluations-bts/sofitel-centara-grand.htmlNevertheless I would suggest you not remain close to Chatuchak as it is actually North ofBangkok and away from most of the other spots you are probably to go to.Far more centrally positioned would be Silom for purchasing. Sukhumvit near the Embassy(assuming your American or British) or Siam Central.From exactly where ever you are you can take the Subway to Kamphaeng Phet or BTS to MoChit and easily attain the Chatuchak Industry on the weekend for about 45 baht ($ 1.50 eachand every). The BTS and the subway are new and contemporary and a rapidly way to getaround Bangkok.Heres a map of the subway and BTS. My suggestion would be to remain near Siam Square(Siam Central) or Rachahawi (ratch-a-two-we).There are also some great 4-five star hotels near the Embassy. Numerous men and women likethe Silom area since there’s plenty of shopping around there also. 1/2
  • http://www.guidetothailand.com/maps-thailand/map-bangkok-subway-skytrain.htm Tsogo Sun to emphasis on organic growth South African Hotel Market The hospitality business has been hurt by an oversupply of rooms and a decline in demand due to the recession, though analysts think a gradual recovery is on the cards as need increases. Mr von Aulock stated Tsogo Sun had observed a continued … More information on South African experience at : http://southafricanexperience.com/the-real-estate-investment-opportunities-within-south-africa-a nd-africas-hospitality-industries/ 2/2Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)