X2 announces Vibe condominium in Pattaya

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A press conference was held on the morning of Friday, July 17 to announce a new boutique condominium project near Ban Amphur named X2 Vibe Pattaya Seasphere.

Chanin Vanijwongse, the CEO of Habitat Five Co. Ltd., the parent company for X2, and Frederic Gamier, the Vice President of Development BHM Asia & Louvre Hotel Group, presented the assembled media with all the information about this new development.

The showroom is located at the project site on soi 32 Na Jomtien, about 15 minutes drive from downtown Pattaya, close to the Cartoon Network theme park and only a 100-meter stroll to the beach.

Chanin Vanijwongse, CEO of Habitat Five Co. Ltd., addresses the media at a press conference held Friday, July 17 to announce the new X2 Vibe Pattaya Seasphere condominium development.Chanin Vanijwongse, CEO of Habitat Five Co. Ltd., addresses the media at a press conference held Friday, July 17 to announce the new X2 Vibe Pattaya Seasphere condominium development.

X2 (pronounced cross two) is an eight-storey building offering 1 or 2-bedroom units from 29 through to 54 square meters.  The 2-bedroom configurations come with a private plunge pool and there will be 65 units in total.

X2 is actually a privately owned chain of design hotels in Thailand and throughout S.E. Asia.  They will be responsible for the day to day running and management of the premises, including letting out owner’s properties to private tenants.  This should ensure that X2 Vibe Pattaya Seasphere has the feel of a 5-star hotel as opposed to being just a regular condominium building.

Other features of the project include a roof top garden with BBQ area, infinity edge pool, Jacuzzi, sunset pavilion and sunken garden.

More information can be found at www.x2pattayaseaspere.com.

X2 Vibe Pattaya Seasphere will offer 65 units in both 1 and 2-bedroom configurations.X2 Vibe Pattaya Seasphere will offer 65 units in both 1 and 2-bedroom configurations.

A computer graphic shows the outside façade of the project.A computer graphic shows the outside façade of the project.