Internationally renowned hotel group Marriott International have announced the opening of their 32nd Courtyard branded hotel in Asia Pacific, located in Thailand’s tourist hotspot of South Pattaya.
The new 7-storey, 132-room hotel will be the second Courtyard by Marriott in Thailand and is set within Pattaya’s bustling city area within walking distance to the beach in one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations.
Karl Hudson, Marriott’s area vice president said: “We are delighted to be opening out second Courtyard branded property in Thailand, in one of the hottest beach-resort destinations – Pattaya. Pattaya has been growing in popularity, attracting both business and leisure visitors. Our continuous growth in Thailand is of great importance to Marriott International and we look forward to expanding the presence of the Courtyard brand“.
The luxurious hotel offers a choice of rooms with natural lighting and contemporary décor including spacious rooms, to upgraded pool view rooms and two-bedroom suites. Each room comes complete with satellite TV with international channels, an electronic safe and complementary wi-fi, allowing guests to remain connected and productive during their stay.
Facilities include a MoMo branded café serving both Thai specialities and western delicacies, an outdoor swimming pool, a 24-hour gymnasium and massage service. An extensive range of conference facilities are available at Pattaya’s Courtyard hotel, including an auditorium which can accommodate up to 150 guests.
Luca Forges Davanzati, the hotel’s general manager said: “We are excited to bring Courtyard to the vibrant and growing city of Pattaya. Our aim is to provide exceptional service and a refreshing surrounding for both leisure and business guests, allowing them to have some fun and create an unforgettable experience“.
Growth in Pattaya’s thriving city is a continuing theme of the last two years, with further expansion expected during 2015, bringing buoyancy to its residential real estate market. Opportunities for savvy investors are set to increase as expansion continues in one of Asia Pacific’s most popular tourist hotspots.