BUSINESS: Jirapha Krataithong Appointed General Manager At W Koh Samui

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By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher

Samui, Thailand, September 15, 2021 –(PR.com)– Rajeev Menon, Marriott International President for Asia Pacific (excluding Greater China) and Jakob Helgen, Area Vice President for Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar recently announced the appointment of Jirapha Krataithong as General Manager of W Koh Samui.

Jirapha has more than a decade experience in leadership at W Koh Samui. She was previously the Hotel Manager at W Bangkok for eight years.

Jirapha, the W Insider of the Year, is driven by her passion for creating innovative service programs that are based on the W brand’s vitality to create guest experiences.

Jirapha has an International MBA Master’s degree, which she graduated with distinction from Stamford International University. She spends her free time at W exploring the beachside cafes and health cafés, taking in all that the island has to provide.

On Koh Samui is Thailand’s most beautiful beach. Its golden sands lead to some of the most picturesque sunsets. With 74 private pools villas, W Koh Samui offers the ultimate escape. AWAY(r), Spa offers new ways to rejuvenate and W restaurants offer the most innovative culinary creations.

Located high above the Gulf of Thailand is WOOBAR(r), Koh Samui’s iconic bar. It boasts an incredible view that will keep you coming back. The Peerless Mixologists are only the beginning. Join the social spirit to enjoy live beats and other signature events in the evening. W Koh Samui offers whatever you need, at any time.

W Koh Samui

Almario Mungcal





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