Andaz, a luxury hotel brand known for its emphasis on local culture and design, has recently debuted in Thailand with the opening of Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach. The hotel is located on the idyllic Jomtien Beach and features 238 rooms and suites, each with private balconies offering views of the ocean or the city.
(MC MosnarCommunications.com Luxury Press Release) – The hotel is designed to blend in seamlessly with its surroundings and features local art and design elements throughout. In keeping with the Andaz brand, the hotel also offers a variety of experiences and activities that are designed to immerse guests in the local culture.
The hotel features five dining options, including a rooftop bar and restaurant, as well as a spa and fitness center. Additionally, the hotel offers a range of outdoor activities and experiences, such as beach yoga and Thai cooking classes.
Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach also offers a range of meeting and event spaces, making it an ideal location for business travelers and events.
“We are thrilled to introduce the Andaz brand to Thailand and to be a part of the vibrant Pattaya community,” said General Manager, Mr. K. Sriparndee. “Our goal is to offer guests an authentic and local experience while providing the luxury and comfort they expect from the Andaz brand.”
The Andaz brand, which is a part of the Hyatt Hotels Corporation, currently has properties in locations such as New York, London, and Shanghai. The addition of Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach marks the brand’s first property in Thailand and is a significant step in the company’s expansion plans in the Asia Pacific region.
The hotel is now open for booking and welcomes guests to experience the best of Pattaya in style and comfort.
In conclusion, the Andaz brand has added a new luxury property in Pattaya, Thailand. The hotel is located on Jomtien beach and offers a range of luxurious amenities and local culture-inspired experiences to its guests. The hotel brand which is part of the Hyatt Hotels Corporation has plans for expansion in the Asia Pacific region and this is a significant step in that direction.