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New Mercure Hotel opens in Pattaya

Travel News Asia 5 July 2005

The Mercure Pattaya opened its doors for business today in Thailands fast growing resort city, Pattaya.

The Mercure Pattaya is located between the second and third roads in south Pattaya close to the citys prime dining and entertainment areas.

The 245-room hotel has a large outdoor swimming pool and will add The Spa Pavilion in early August. There are also three meeting rooms for up to 30 participants each for corporate meetings and events.

It opens with the M Caf Thai and Chinese Restaurant as its main restaurant, adding three more outlets in the coming months to offer guests the choice of four outstanding dining options. In early August Cappuccino Italian Terrace will open, and The Bistro French Wine Bar featuring French provincial cuisine and wine sold at cost prices will follow in early October. Rays Place American Bar lounge area is open now for guests to enjoy a relaxing evening cocktail, and will add live entertainment and an exciting Tapas menu in November.

General Manager, Christophe Vielle, said the hotels opening was well timed with the destinations growing popularity with international and domestic visitors.

Pattaya has grown up as a leisure destination, offering some of Thailands finest golf courses, attractions and tour options. There is a very strong interest from families looking for value for money accommodation in the Pattaya area.

To cater to this growing market demand the hotel will open 12 family rooms before the end of July, each with double beds for the parents and bunk beds with slide for kids, cartoon wall paper and Playstation 2 game consoles.

Mercure Pattaya will be popular with overseas customers from Europe and around Asia Pacific who are familiar with the brand, but it will also be very attractive to our Thai clientele who want international standards at a fair price, Mr Vielle added.

Mercure Pattaya is offering an introductory rate of 1,300 baht net (US$32) a night (breakfast not included) for a deluxe room from now until 31 October 2005.

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