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Posted: 13 Nov 2012 | 6:00 am
Thailand's Anantara group have split off a portion of their Sathorn Bangkok property into an Oaks branded serviced apartment.
Previously the complex had been managed under a single hotel as an Anantara.
The new Oaks, which is the brands first move into Asia will be 115 units (condominiums) which are fit out as apartments.
Anantara's parent company Minor Hotel Group acquired the Australian-centric Oaks with plans to move them into the international marketplace.
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