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Meridian International Holding and Thalias Hospitality Group form partnership

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Flatiron by Meridian will be the perfect place to indulge in a vast array of culinary choices with the partnership Thalias Hospitality Group.

Meridian International Holding and Thalias Hospitality Group form partnership

Meridian International Holding and Thalias Hospitality Group kicked off the new year by announcing their strategic partnership. The fruit of this collaboration is a seamless dining experience, which will be a showpiece at the Flatiron by Meridian.

Flatiron by Meridian will be the perfect place to indulge in a vast array of culinary choices, as Thalias Hospitality Group will be the sole provider of a holistic dining experience to all consumers in this development.

The food and beverage establishments offered in Flatiron by Meridian by the Group promise to provide consumers with a plethora of dining options and excellent service.

Several celebrated brands under the Group will be housed in Flatiron by Meridian, such as the all-time favourite Khéma, famous for its free-flow offerings, as well as Khéma Go, which will offer a range of bakery, viennoiseries, savouries and beverages.

The Group has also created the Siena Restaurant & Wine Bar – a new restaurant concept that is set to debut in this landmark development in Phnom Penh City Centre.

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Siena Restaurant Wine & Bar is a new restaurant concept.

This new upscale food collective, will surely be the top choice for diners looking for quality cuisine in a social and relaxed atmosphere.

Thalias Hospitality Group’s delectable offerings are not limited to just consumers at its establishments in Flatiron by Meridian.

Guests staying at the Apart’Hotels managed by Citadines will also enjoy the scrumptious fare provided by the Group in the form of breakfast and room service dining options.

“Having a renowned F&B group like Thalias partner with us is further affirmation of the formidable reputation Flatiron by Meridian has accrued.

“Especially in today’s climate, we find it refreshing for two organisations to consider ways to elevate and support one another by leveraging on our combined strengths, expertise, resources to deliver and enhance the guest experience in the dining options offered by the Group in Flatiron by Meridian.

“We are delighted to embark on a new milestone together by sharing the same strategic planning, which further deepens our collaboration, both now and in the future.

“It surely helps us enrich our businesses as well as provide newer services together by enhancing Meridian International Holding’s competitive edge in Cambodia and allowing us to contribute to the continued economic growth in this Kingdom,” said Murray Ko, CEO of the Meridian Group.

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Arnaud Darc, CEO of Thalias Hospitality Group (left) and Murray Ko, CEO of the Meridian Group.

“Meticulous focus on consistency of quality, service, investment in personal development and social responsibility are values that brought us together, Murray and I. Partnering together through the Flatiron by Meridian project was obvious almost from the first day we met.

“Together, we are confident that our collaboration will delight discerning travellers and guests who want the best in dining matched with outstanding hospitality. To a wider extent, I believe that this new partnership will flourish with new opportunities for both our groups,” said Arnaud Darc, CEO of Thalias Hospitality Group.

About Thalias Hospitality Group

Established in 1997, Thalias Hospitality Group has founded some of Phnom Penh’s most renowned restaurants, delis and bakeries that serve excellent cuisine delivered with outstanding hospitality.

Founded by CEO Arnaud Darc 24 years ago – with the first in the line of many food establishments being the opening of Topaz Restaurant – the Group has now extended its focus beyond just eateries.

In addition to creating Malis and Khéma, Thalias Hospitality Group offers operational consulting and runs a multi-faceted catering and events business.

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Khéma is famous for its free-flow offerings.

In addition to its foothold in Phnom Penh, the Group also has operations in Siem Reap providing exceptional fare and first-rate service.

With its solid grounding in the food and beverage industry, the Group has received multiple awards and numerous accolades for its distinctive style of hospitality.

Some of the awards and accolades that Thalias Hospitality Group has collected over the years include “Restaurant of the Year in Cambodia” by International Travel Expo, “Table Set-Up Competition” by Cambodia Restaurant Association and “Best Hospitality” by Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism.

About Meridian International Holding

Phnom Penh’s property sector is reaching world-class standards with the help of multi-national developer Meridian International Holding. The organisation announced its arrival in Cambodia capital in a big way with its ventures in the textile and garment industry before diversifying into property development and investments.

In recent years, the Group has developed industrial parks, residential and commercial properties. Casa by Meridian and Skylar by Meridian were the Group’s first few statements of intent in developing world-class commercial and residential properties in Cambodia.

With the arrival of Flatiron by Meridian, an ambitious 41-storey building located in Phnom Penh City Centre – the capital’s new central business district area – the Group has reached new heights in its ever flourishing property development endeavours.

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