Courtyard by Marriott South Pattaya opens in Thailand

Marriott International continues its growth in Thailand with the opening of the Courtyard by Marriott South Pattaya. Located in South Pattaya city area within walking distance to Pattaya Beach and Walking Street, the seven-story property is the new addition to the Courtyard by Marriott brand in Asia, making it the second Courtyard branded hotel in Thailand and the 32nd Courtyard branded hotel in Asia Pacific.

Courtyard by Marriott South Pattaya offers a choice of 132 rooms with natural lighting and contemporary décor, from pool view rooms to two-bedroom suites. Each guestroom is designed, complete with a flat screen LCD TV, satellite TV with international channels and electronic personal safe. All rooms and suites also have flexible areas for work and relaxation, including free Wi-Fi connectivity.

The hotel’s lobby is designed to welcome guests for all occasions, from relaxation to socializing. Complimentary Wi-Fi is also available throughout all public areas of the hotels. Other facilities of the hotel include an outdoor swimming pool, a 24-hour gym and Ananya Massage that opens in 2015. 

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MoMo café, located on the first floor, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet using local ingredients and offering a combination of Western delicacies as well as Thai specialties. With contemporary design and décor, all day dining MoMo Café is designed for business or casual gatherings. Alternately, MoMo Bar serves signature drinks, snacks and light music.

Tamnak Hill and multi-function room, equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment and Wi-Fi access, can accommodate up to 150 guests.

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