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Courtyard by Marriott Opens in Pattaya, Thailand

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Marriott has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Thailand with the recent opening of the Courtyard by Marriott South Pattaya.

Located in South Pattaya city area within walking distance to Pattaya Beach and Walking Street, the 7-story, 132-room hotel is the second Courtyard branded hotel in Thailand and the 32nd Courtyard branded hotel in Asia Pacific.

We are excited to bring Courtyard to the vibrant and growing city of Pattaya. Our aim is to provide exceptional service and a refreshing surrounding for both leisure and business guests, allowing them to have some fun and create an unforgettable experience, said Luca Forges Davanzati, General Manager.

Courtyard by Marriott South Pattaya offers a choice of 132 rooms complete with a flat screen LCD TV, satellite TV with international channels, and an electronic personal safe. All rooms and suites feature flexible areas for work and relaxation, including free Wi-Fi.

Other facilities that make this hotel the ideal rejuvenation spot include an outdoor swimming pool, a 24-hour gym, and an Ananya Massage room that will open this year.

MoMo caf, located on the first floor, serves breakfast, lunch and a dinner buffet, featuring a combination of Western delicacies as well as Thai specialties. Additionally, MoMo Bar serves drinks, snacks and light music in the evening.

Tamnak Hill and Multi-function room comfortably accommodates up to 150 guests. 

Marriott, Courtyard, Pattaya, Thailand

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