Luxury hotel now in soft opening phase and welcoming guests, including VIPs
Centara Grand Phratamnak Pattaya, set in the exclusive residential district of Pratamnak Hill, the “Beverly Hills” of Pattaya, soft-opened on 15 October and welcomed its first guests, Admiral Taweewuth Pongsapipatt, Chief of Staff of the Royal Thai Navy and his wife, Captain Doctor Woranart Pongsapipatt.
The couple were welcomed by the resort’s general manager, Dominique Ronge, and members of his management team.
“We are delighted to announce that the hotel is now in its soft opening phase, and to be welcoming our first guests,” said Ronge.
Dominique Ronge (2nd left), general manager of Centara Grand Phratamnak Pattaya and Kanokros Sakdanares (2nd right), corporate director of marketing communications of Centara Hotels & Resorts, welcome Admiral Taweewuth Pongsapipatt (3rd left), Chief of Staff, Royal Thai Navy and his wife, Captain Doctor Woranart Pongsapipatt, Royal Thai Navy (3rd right) on their arrival to stay at the newly opened resort as the first guests. The hotel soft opened on 15th October. Also seen in the photo are Wassana Pokthang (far left), executive assistant manager and Chananchida Wongsa-ard (far right), sales and public relations manager of Centara Grand Phratamnak Pattaya.
The resort is designed to the most luxurious and elegant of standards and is situated just a few steps away from the beach at Pratamnak Hill, Pattaya’s most exclusive residential district.
The dramatic interior design features two large aquariums in the lobby that are stocked with exotic marine species, including black tip sharks and groupers, with a lighting system and theme that extends the marine concept throughout the ground floor. Jellyfish chandeliers and luxury furniture from Italian designer Fendi compliment the stunning Grand piano in the lobby.
Dominique Ronge (right), general manager of Centara Grand Phratamnak Pattaya, presents a hand garland to Admiral Taweewuth Pongsapipatt (left), Chief of Staff, Royal Thai Navy on his arrival to stay at the newly opened resort as the first guest.
The property is now accepting bookings, and in a surprise move, Tulip Group have decided to offer special discounts for customers looking for extended long term stays of 30 days and more.
“Pattaya we feel requires executive long term accommodation, and this is lacking in Pattaya right now, so we will offer clients the opportunity to book long term stays in the property, in addition to short term,” said Tulip Group Vice President Jason Payne.
The 5 star property owned by Tulip Group is something completely new for Pattaya, designed more as a private club, offering stunning facilities, amazing views and offering a 6 star standard of service.