Best Western expands Pattaya properties

sleep July 25, 2018 13:00

By The Nation

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Best Western Hotels & Resorts has signed an agreement for a new property in Pattaya that reflects the company’s modern style and contemporary vision.



Called Best Western Plus Speech Pattaya Hotel, it is a brand new project located on Pattaya 3rd Road, and is scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of next year.

This downtown hotel will put guests within easy reach of many local attractions, including the Terminal 21 and Central Festival lifestyle malls, Alcazar Cabaret Show and Art in Paradise gallery.

Owned by Numchai 2014 Co, the property will feature a modern cubist facade and sleek, stylish and spacious interiors. Soaring ceilings and glass walls will allow natural light to flood into the lobby, presenting a bright and welcoming ambience.

The 163 designled guestrooms will be havens of contemporary comfort and connectivity, equipped with wooden floors, trendy lowslung beds, working desks with international power outlets, mood lighting and complimentary WiFi.

The hotel will also feature a wide range of facilities including an allday restaurant for modern Thai and international cuisine, a bright bar for daytime drinks and evening cocktails, a stateoftheart fitness centre and an outdoor infinity pool.

“Best Western Plus Speech Pattaya Hotel is one of our most exciting projects to date. With its convenient downtown location, cuttingedge design and international facilities, this hotel is sure to become a favourite among visitors to Pattaya,” says Olivier Berrivin, Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ managing director of International Operations  Asia.

According to Mastercard’s Asia Pacific Destinations Index 2017, Pattaya welcomed 8.1 million international visitors last year, which made it the eighth most popular destination in the entire Asia Pacific region.

Best Western Plus Speech Pattaya Hotel will be located just a short drive from Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport and close to the fastexpanding UTapao Airport, which now handles more than 1.4 million passengers per year.