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Montara Hospitality Group appoints Mr. Kittisak Pattamasaevi, as new CEO Montara Hospitality Group, one of the leading hospitality service providers in Thailand announced the appointment of Mr. Kittisak Pattamasaevi, the heir of the owner, to be the Chief Executive Officer.

With his vision in sustainable business practices, his goal is to preserve Thailand’s unique cultural heritage and society, and promote local community economies to fulfill the intentions of his family as well as sustain business growth. Mr. Kittisak Pattamasaevi, the CEO of Montara Hospitality Group, said, “I am determined to conduct a sustainable business in order to carry on the goals of my parents who have laid a solid foundation for this business for over 20 years.

One of the goals is to conserve art and culture as well as natural resources, and promote local community economies. In addition, I will ensure guest satisfaction at all our hotel brands by providing them with excellent and honest services. Our guests will enjoy the beautiful nature and be impressed with the Thai way of life. I am truly proud to take part in this conservation and add new memoirs to this old book which will become a sustainable legacy to the

future generations.” Montara Hospitality Group, one of the leading hospitality service providers in Thailand, consist of the “Trisara Resort”,

a luxury five-star resort in Phuket that offers great dining experiences in two restaurants: “PRU”, the first and only One Michelin Star awarded restaurant in Phuket, which commits to the ‘Plant-Raised-Understand’ philosophy and “Seafood at Trisara” which also received the Michelin Plate designation. And other 2 hotels in Bangkok, The Praya Palazzo Hotel, reflects the same mission by preserving the traditional Palladian architecture that was the prevailing style in the reign of King Rama VI.

And the Prince Theatre Heritage Stay where has been revived from a previous wooden-structured theatre called “Prince Rama,” which was over 100 years old (since before World War II), and renovated into a boutique hotel.