First Hyatt Place Resort Hotel in Southeast Asia to Open in Phuket, Thailand

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Thursday, 4 September 2014

Hyatt is to expand its portfolio of hotels in Thailand with a Hyatt Place hotel in Phuket.

Expected to open in 2016, Hyatt Place Phuket, Patong will be the first Hyatt Place hotel in Phuket, Thailand.

Hyatt Place Phuket, Patong will feature 161 guestrooms with balconies, a swimming pool, a fitness center, a restaurant and bar, a business center, and more than 2,400 square feet (225 square meters) of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space.

Located in the heart of Phuket, Hyatt Place Phuket, Patong will be nestled on an elevated piece of land on Patong beach. The hotel will be a short walk from the seafront, and will offer panoramic views across the bay.

Thailand continues to be an important market for Hyatt, both from a leisure and business travel perspective. Phuket in particular is one of Southeast Asias premier leisure destinations, and Hyatts expanding resort portfolio is key to creating preference among our guests, said Ratnesh Verma, senior vice president, real estate and development, Asia Pacific, Hyatt. Hyatt Place Phuket, Patong will be the companys first Hyatt Place resort hotel in Southeast Asia, and it is a privilege to work with such an experienced and dynamic owner as the Boutique Group.

Hyatt Place Phuket, Patong will join three Hyatt-branded hotels already in operation in Thailand, including Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok, Hyatt Regency Hua Hin and Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort. There are also three previously announced hotels under development, including Park Hyatt Bangkok, Hyatt Regency Bangkok, Sukhumvit and Hyatt Place Bangkok, Sukhumvit.

Hyatt, Phuket, Thailand, Patong

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