The Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya celebrated its sixth anniversary with a Buddhist ceremony and cake.
General Manager Andre Brulhart presided over the Nov. 3 event at the Naklua resort’s rooftop shrine. Nine monks were invited to chant and partake in a lunchtime meal.
The Centara Grand Mirage was born out of the renovation of the Central Wong Amat hotel in 2009 on Naklua Soi 18 and built upon 44 rai of beachfront. It was redone with a “Lost World” theme, harkening back to the lush world of the Jurassic Park movies.
(L to R) Sukanya Wongdornma, Financial Controller, Andre Brulhart, Area General Manager and Daranat Nuchaikaew, Human Resources Director of Centara Grand Mirage Pattaya lead a religious ceremony marking the Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya’s sixth anniversary.
The resort consists of 555 rooms with a private water park perfect for families. Many activities take place on a monthly basis and there are regular parties, celebrations and weddings.
The hotel is fully equipped, with fitness rooms, spas, spacious meeting rooms and more. For diners, the resort offers some of the finest beachfront restaurants and grill rooms, like the Acqua, the Coast Beach Bar & Grill and the Zulu Bar.
The soft opening of the Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya took place on Nov. 3, 2009, which today the hotel marks as its anniversary.