InterContinental Hotels Group announced yesterday that is has signed a management agreement with Amburaya Resort Company to rebrand the Sheraton Pattaya Resort to InterContinental Pattaya Resort. The resort will be operating under the InterContinental brand in April 2016.
The 156-room beachfront resort will offer a selection of superior, premium rooms and villas, in a lush, exotic locale, coupled with unparalleled service.
Guests can look forward to a variety of cuisine at the hotel’s all day dining and signature restaurant, and unwind by the three lagoon swimming pools, work out at the fitness centre or indulge in an array of relaxing treatments at the spa.
In the months following the opening, the resort will also feature a Club InterContinental lounge and Planet Trekkers, a dedicated space for young guests, as part of the new offerings to reposition the property to an InterContinental Resort.
Guest rooms will be renovated, including the creation of Club InterContinental rooms on a dedicated floor.
“As one of Thailand’s top beach destinations, Pattaya attracts both international visitors and locals from other Thai cities looking for an idyllic weekend getaway,” says Clarence Tan, Senior Vice President, Development, AMEA, IHG. “Phratamnak Hill is a prime location and one of the most exclusive areas along the coastline, which is perfect for the first InterContinental resort to cater to guests who want a luxurious experience.
“We’ve had a great partnership with Amburaya Resort Company Limited who we launched our Holiday Inn Express brand in Bangkok with, and we are delighted to work with them again to provide guests with exceptional experiences in Pattaya.”