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DIFFERENT IDENTITY: interior of Hotel Du Vin Wimbledon.
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DIFFERENT IDENTITY: Exterior of Hotel Du Vin Wimbledon.
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(Above) Malmaison Belfast. Malmaison is more edgy and youth-oriented.
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Hotel Du Vin appeals to a more conservative, grown-up crowd.
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'How we can grow (MHDV) is to take it across Europe. There are so many heritage buildings there which we can easily convert.' - Frasers Hospitality chief executive Choe Peng Sum

An eye for good deals

Not your ordinary shopper, Frasers Hospitality CEO Choe Peng Sum is always on the lookout for the next hotel property.
Nov 28, 2015 5:50 AM

THERE are some rabid shoppers who can't leave a store without buying something. Then you have Choe Peng Sum, who can't seem to walk down a street without buying himself a hotel. Such is the occupational hazard for Frasers Hospitality's chief executive who has for the past 18 years been driving