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Sheraton re-launches Infiniti restaurant with new menu, drinks

After nine successful years, the Sheraton Pattaya Resort’s Infiniti restaurant hosted a “re-launching” party to spice up its selections of food and beverages. ...

Sheraton Pattaya launches guest loyalty program

The Sheraton Pattaya Resort recently launched a program to recognize its loyal guests who have stayed at the resort on least 10 occasions....

Sheraton lays out the carpet for HK sports media

Tomo Kuriyama (center), GM of Sheraton Pattaya Resort together with Thanaphat Chakkaphak, marketing communications manager welcomed a group of journalist from the Hong...

TV stars drop in for Sheraton shoot

Tomo Kuriyama (right), GM of the Sheraton Pattaya Resort together with Thanaphat Chakkaphak (left), Marketing Communications Manager, were on hand to welcome Fluke-Krirkphol...

Sheraton turns down the lights for ‘Earth Hour’

The Sheraton Pattaya Resort participated in Earth Hour 2013 recently. Tomo Kuriyama (2nd right), GM of the hotel said, “It’s a privilege for...

GM Gang celebrates the New Year at Hilton Pattaya

Having taken a break during the festive season when every hotel was packed to the brim, and no GM had any spare time...

New Sheraton Pattaya GM meets the Press

The new GM for the Sheraton Pattaya Resort is Tomo Kuriyama, an interesting young man who was born in Tokyo, but who emigrated...

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