Amari Pattaya has a dramatic makeover

“Dramatic changes have taken place to the entire property, which has transformed the legendary hotel into a new paradise along the northern end of Pattaya Bay.”

Today’s Amari Hotel in Pattaya has its roots back in the early 1070s when it was constructed as the Orchid Lodge. But now there’s been a major make-over under the Amari brand.

Amari Pattaya’s redevelopment program is now complete, as they unveil new accommodation offerings in two distinct buildings – Amari Tower and Amari Suites.

They have extensive free-form swimming pools with a treehouse-themed slide and aqua waterpark, kids’ club with animation team, restaurants, ballrooms, meeting facilities, fitness centre and spa.

New stylish rooms and suites are offered in two buildings: Amari Tower and Amari Suites. There are 297 refurbished guest rooms and suites, including the 19th floor executive lounge in Amari Tower, just steps away from the beach. The Amari Suites, tucked away in an exclusive building, offers a collection of 49 one- and two-bedroom suites, perfect for families and friends travelling together, the company said.

All suites offer ocean views, a dedicated living area with large dining space as well as furnished balconies. The suites are especially suitable for both short and longer stays.

New, inspired dining experiences with multiple cuisine options including Thai, Asian, Indian, Italian, Chinese, among international fare are on offer at Amaya Food Gallery. Aqua Eatery & Bar is another new dining venue for guests to enjoy poolside cool breezes, refreshing cocktails and a diverse menu of informal selections, the company added.

Amari Pattaya is located at the northern end of Pattaya Beach, less than 90 minutes by car from Suvarnabhumi Airport.

SOURCE: Amari Pattaya

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