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Centara to Open 4th Hotel in Pattaya

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Centara Hotels & Resorts will open its fourth property in Pattaya in March 2013.

The 9-storey 5-star Centara Grand Resort & Spa Pattaya, located at Phratamnak Hill on the east side of the city, will have 161 rooms and suites and is being developed under a budget of 1.1 billion Baht including land.

The hotel will have an all-day restaurant named Oceana serving international and Thai cuisines and featuring a huge aquarium as its design theme. Other outlets include a rooftop restaurant named Altezza that will serve Italian cuisine and comfort food against a setting of ocean and city, a deli called Crumbs, and a French-inspired bistro.

There will also be a Spa Cenvaree, a fitness centre and a swimming pool.

This property is completely different in style and locality to our other three hotels in Pattaya, and gives us a very strong addition to our marketing options, said Chris Bailey, senior vice president for sales and marketing at Centara Hotels & Resorts. We can now offer a five-star hotel in the very desirable resort area of Phratamnak Hill, just 90 metres from the beach, and with its air of discrete luxury and its very high quality restaurants we feel the hotel will appeal to travellers who rate style and individuality as being an essential part of their travel experience.

Mr Bailey says the hotel will also be aimed at the MICE sector, with its Excel meetings facility that offers two function rooms and an adjacent lounge.

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