Renaissance Hotels, part of Marriott International), today announced the opening of Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa. The property is owned by The Ninesotel Co., Ltd. and marks the brand’s fourth hotel in the Thai Kingdom.
Located in the Na Jomtien district in the coastal town of Pattaya, Thailand, the Renaissance Pattaya offers a modern aesthetic, sophisticated service and unique programming that reflect the Renaissance brand’s signature approach to feed the curiosity, fuel the imagination and excite the senses of its guests. The thriving coastal town is renowned for its nightlife, but is also an oasis in the area of Jomtien that is becoming a firm favorite with couples and families.
“I am excited to introduce the first Renaissance branded property in Pattaya. The new resort offers the ultimate retreat for guests looking for unexpected and local experiences; all within a stone’s throw from the excitement and energy that Pattaya has to offer,” said Saurabh Kukreja (pictured above), general manager of Renaissance Pattaya Resort and Spa. “I look forward to creating a beyond-the-ordinary experience for our guests that will come alive throughout their stay with us.”
The 257-room accomodations features four room categories, including Pool Villas and spacious Family Suites. Recreational facilities include two outdoor swimming pools, a kid’s pool, kid’s club, a 24-hour fitness center; and a luxury spa.
With spaces that can accommodate meetings and events for up to 500 people, Renaissance Pattaya is well- suited for meetings and incentives in the region, offering something beyond the unexpected, R.E.N. Meetings will offer groups a non-traditional experience, rooted in creative sensory meeting design and custom-curated local Navigator excursions and networking events.
“For today’s business travellers, it is unexpected experiences that create social currency and interesting cocktail conversation,” said Mike Fulkerson, vice president of Brand and Marketing at Marriott International Asia Pacific. “We are thrilled to provide spontaneous discoverers with exciting opportunities for new, interesting and shareable experiences throughout their stay.”