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Eastin Easy Patong Phuket Open for Business

We promised and they delivered.  Back in June we wrote about the upcoming opening of the Eastin Easy Patong Phuket which allows the unique option of booking in six, 12 or 24 hour windows in order to give guests the best bang for their buck.

Now, it is officially accepting reservations and guests following an opening ceremony and a ribbon (or rather flower garland) cutting.

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The 55 guestrooms rooms are simple and streamlined with white linens, colorful couches with accent pillows and dark wood desks.  Black and white art hangs over comfortable beds and bathrooms have large windows looking out into the sleeping areas of the rooms.  For fun on the property there’s a swimming pool on the ground floor, fully-equipped fitness center, 24-hour front desk, concierge services and free WIFI access.  Tours and airport transportation can be arranged through the hotel.  Eastin Easy Paton Phuket boasts Cenu Restaurant, an all-day dining venue with a daily buffet breakfast that’s free to guests who book that 24-hour window.  There are also a la carte options for lunch and dinner and snacks and drinks available at an in-hotel store.

Pool at Eastin Easy Patong Phuket

The Eastin Easy Paton Phuket’s location on Ratuthi Songro Rd is just a five minute walk from Patong Beach.  It’s also near Junceylon Shopping Center, nighttime hotspot Bangla Road and Simon Cabaret.  For golfers, the Phuket Country Club, Loch Palm Golf Club and Red Mountain Golf Club are a short drive away.

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Earlier in the year, CEO of Absolute Hotel Services Johnathan Wigley explained the new property would help fill the demand for affordable yet quality accommodations in one of Thailand’s most well-known beach cities.  Absolute Hotel Service opened an additional two properties in Thailand during 2013.  Eastin properties can also be found in Vietnam, Oman and India.

Book now at Eastin Easy Patong Phuket

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Aaron Christe

Founder and former owner at NewThaiHotels
NewThaiHotels was the brainchild and passion of Aaron's for 4 years. Age forced him to get a "real" job. He now resides in Tokyo.

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