Well Hotels to manage new Pattaya resort – The Nation
Owned by Kasetsinn and located in Phratamnak, Pattaya on an eight-rai plot of land, the property will feature 78 rooms and suites.
The facilities include a spa and fitness centre, recreation room and kids club, an outdoor swimming pool, wellness space, beach house, restaurant and bar, and meeting facilities. The resort adopts modern colonial design giving a classic vintage feels with a touch of modernism and is situated just a few minutes walk to the beach, and surrounded by attractions like Royal Varuna Yacht Club and Pattaya Hill Top.
“Our team has been working closely with all parties during the pre-opening including the design, concept, construction and feasibility. The property is located in a beautiful part of Pattaya, facing the Thai Gulf and this is a popular spot among both Thai and foreign vacationers as it gives a serene, peaceful and family friendly vibe. As Thailand is moving forward with developing infrastructure in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), we foresee that tourism and MICE will be on the rise in this region. We have meeting facilities for small and mid-sized events. We will offer wellness facilities such as a fully equipped fitness centre, yoga space, a very large free form swimming pool, petanque lawn and a jogging track for the health-loving travellers. We also have a family room for parents with young children,” said Danai Wansom, president & CEO of Well Hotels & Resorts.
Phratamnak Well Resort Pattaya is the fourth property in the portfolio under the management of Well Hotels & Resorts, which debuted with a first property – Well Hotel Bangkok – on Sukhumvit Soi 20 in 2016. It later took over the management of Costa Well Resort Pattaya in Bang Saray and White Sand Beach Residences Pattaya in Na Jomtien.
“Before making the decision, we had actually met with many management companies. The team of Well Hotels & Resorts has a positive attitude management style, regional marketing expertise, unique understanding of Thai culture, and is very cooperative,” added Pongstorn Sangruchi, chairman of Kasetsinn Group.