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Regent Phuket Cape Panwa’s "The Restaurant"  welcomes British Ambassador and VIPs

PHUKET, THAILAND – Regent Phuket Cape Panwa's General Manager, Brice Borin, warmly welcomed Phuket Governor Mitri Intusutr, the British Ambassador to Thailand, His Excellency Mr. Mark Kent and other VIPs guest of the of British Business Association Phuket (BBAP) in cooperation with British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT) at The Restaurant, which was chosen to host the prestigious event. VIP guests enjoyed a set dinner and select wines from The Restaurant’s extensive wine list.

The Restaurant is an all-day dining venue, featuring the flavors of traditional Thai cuisine and international specialties. Dishes are inspired by the Chef’s unique journey and experiences, and the ingredients are of an excellent quality. Regent cuisine presents the freshest items including breakfast homemade pastries, bakeries and fruit jams, and uses locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.

For more information, please call Tel +66 (0) 76 200 800, +66 (0) 76 318 888, Fax +66 7620 0803,  or visit

About Regent Hotels & Resorts
Regent is a global luxury hospitality brand including hotels, resorts, residences and cruises. In 2010, the Regent brand returned to its Asian roots with its acquisition by Regent Taipei owner FIH Regent Group. The Regent experience combines Eastern simplicity and Western elegance melded with intuitive service, bespoke amenities and traditional hospitality. Regent Hotels & Resorts currently operates hotels in Bali, Beijing, Berlin, Phuket, Singapore, Taipei, and Turks and Caicos, with hotels and resorts under development in Kuala Lumpur and Montenegro. Florida-based Regent Seven Seas Cruises operates an award-winning fleet of medium-sized luxury cruise ships that visit over 300 ports worldwide. In 2011, all hotels in the Regent-managed portfolio were listed as the best luxury hotels in the world by the Cond? Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards, becoming the first and only international luxury hotel group to ever achieve this recognition. And in 2013, the group was ranked fifth in World Luxury Index measuring the most searched and sought-after luxury hotels. For more information, please visit

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