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Best Western to Open Fourth Resort in Phuket

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Best Western is to open its fourth resort in Phuket this September. The Best Western Sawazdi Patong Hotel, Phuket, is conveniently located about 30 minutes’ drive from Phuket International Airport and neighbors the renowned Jungceylon mall and a lively entertainment area.

Set by the famous Patong beach, a modern Sino-Portuguese design property will offer 146 fully-appointed deluxe rooms.

The resort’s swimming pool is complemented by a large sundeck and poolside bar. Dining options include the all-day coffee shop serving quality Western and Oriental cuisine accompanied by live music. BBQ seafood will be offered in the evenings at the poolside terrace and Chinese cuisine will also be available. The fully equipped fitness room will be complemented by a sauna room, games room and snooker room. Children’s recreation and a Bhuvana my spa by Best Western complete the full list of deluxe amenities.

Meanwhile, Business and incentives guests are well served by a business center, meeting rooms, conferencing and banqueting facilities.

“Phuket is recognized world-wide for its natural beauty and vibrancy,” said Glenn de Souza, BWI Vice President International Operations – Asia. “We see many attractive opportunities for us to be here, especially in light of strong government support for tourism and more low-cost international carriers plus chartered flights extending their networks here.” 

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