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Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa opens

A luxury beachfront retreat cradled in the golden sands of Na Jomtien in Pattaya, Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa opened in September 2017.  A low-rise enclave of undeniable luxury, guests will be able to dip their toes in the aquamarine waters of the Gulf of Thailand and seek out Pattaya’s attractions only moments away when the mood takes them.

A secluded haven, Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa joins the ranks of 160 Renaissance hotels dotted around 35 countries.  Each hotel under the Renaissance umbrella offers a unique encounter with unconventional programmes for guests to have rich local experiences.  With a motto of “It’s Business Unusual”, Renaissance Hotels pledge to feed your curiosity, fuel your imagination and excite your senses.  A resort aimed not just at the pleasure holiday seekers but the business travel/convention market as well, promises an eye-opening and unforgettable stay.

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Drawing upon the nuances of Pattaya’s history as a fishing village plus its stunning beachfront location, the creators have playfully used wood, veneer and metal finishes in organic earthy tones accented by the blues of the ocean throughout the resort.  Decked out in plush furnishings swathed in the famous Thai silks of Jim Thompson, the understated elegance whispers of decadence. Vibrant and raw, the colors and textures of the guest room interiors definitely send signals of the “wow” factor variety.

There will be 257 guest rooms on offer in 4 different categories including family suites and chic pool villas, all with private balconies and awesome views.  You will have 2 outdoor swimming pools to play in, a separate kids’ pool so that you can escape the rowdy splashing mayhem and a children’s club to give you time to pamper yourself in the luxury spa.

Guestroom at Pattaya Renaissance Resort & Spa

Renowned for its unparalleled service, the resort will have 2 restaurants to stave off the stomach rumbles.  The 609 Kitchen is for all day grazing of the culinary kind, whilst the Pebble Bar and Grill will be dishing up fine cuts for the meat lovers, as well as handcrafted decadent cocktails created by an expert mixologist.  The sophisticated R-Lounge is for wallowing in the abundant shades of decadence on offer.

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You will find stylish meeting and conference rooms that can accommodate up to 350 people for unforgettable events whether of a personal celebratory kind or of the business ilk.  You can take advantage of the custom-curated excursions and networking moments based on the hotel brand’s signature approach to offer something beyond the unexpected.

Pattaya Renaissance Resort & Spa lobby

Collaborating with Marriot International, a huge capital investment and pioneering architectural and interior design, Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa guarantees to give its’ guests a non-traditional hotel experience.  This is where style flirts with whimsical touches and seaside holidays take on a whole new meaning from this over-used definition.

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Gail Palethorpe is a self-confessed travel junky and caffeine addict with a penchant for the finer things in life such as expensive wine, designer labels and decadent fluffy pillows to lay her head on at night. Having lived in Thailand for numerous years, she is a bit of an avid hotel bed sleuth where the sheet thread count rivals the depth of the bathtub, free standing of course, and whether there is a rubber duck to play with. It is always those extra touches that win her over.

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