PANSEA CIRH, International Chain of Hotel Relays
The Pansea concept seeks to develop a network of charm hotels, fully integrated in their architectural environment, and allowing all the comfort of 5***** hotels.
 
The Pansea hotels aim individual customers, or small upscale incentives groups, and are thus of little size - generally around 60 rooms. They constitute a composite of a country discovery trip, with a notion of exclusivity. These hotels are references in their destinations.
 
Pansea was present in Asia, in:
-   Jimbaran, in the heart of a bay in Bali, main touristic location in Indonesia
-   Ubud, in the mountains of Bali
-   Yangon, capital of Myanmar
-    LuangPrabang, the ancient royal capital of Lao
-    SiemReap, the city of the famous temples of Angkor Wat
-    KoSamui, a paradisiacal island in the Golf of Thailand
 
These hotels were sold in 2007 to the luxury hotel group Orient-Express Hotels, renamed later as Belmond.


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