Tue, 7 June 2016

dusitD2 Phuket Resort Rebrands as Swissôtel Resort Phuket Patong Beach

Swissôtel has opened its fourth property in Thailand.

Formerly the dusitD2 Phuket Resort, the hotel has rebranded as the Swissôtel Resort Phuket Patong Beach. It is the second Swissôtel resort on the popular tourist island, joining Swissôtel Resort Phuket Kamala Beach.

“We are very excited to provide guests with locally-inspired experiences while remaining true to Swissôtel’s philosophy of genuine hospitality,” said newly appointed General Manager, David Jamieson. “Guests who stay with us can look forward to an authentic vacation in Phuket, with a touch of Swiss hospitality.”

The 383-room Swissôtel Resort Phuket Patong Beach targets leisure and MICE guests from both regional and long haul markets including north and south east Asia, Australia, United Kingdom, continental Europe and the Middle East.

To better cater to the growing MICE market, a new ballroom with a capacity for up to 350 people will open in July 2016, offering 345 square metres of fully-equipped meeting and banquet facilities, including Wi-Fi, state-of-the-art technology and audio-visual equipment. The resort also has four other meeting rooms for smaller gatherings and events.

Guests looking for a quiet afternoon can visit the pool with a swim-up bar on the third floor, while for guests who enjoy feeling close to the ocean without having to leave the resort, the resort’s rooftop pool on the seventh floor is a perfect spot to be.

Other facilities also include an authentic Thai spa, a fully equipped fitness centre and a variety of quality dining and entertainment options. 

Check special rates and availability at Swissôtel Phuket Patong Beach Resort.

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