Supachai Ketkaroonkul designs Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach

Accor Group opened the Pullman Phuket Arcadia Naithon Beach in Thailand. The hotel, which has 277 rooms and seven suites, all of which look out onto views of the Andaman Sea, is the fifteenth resort in its portfolio and the fifth Pullman in Thailand.

Located in Naithon Beach, one of the beachfront areas on Phuket's west coast, the property was designed by Thai artist Supachai Ketkaroonkul.

Attractions for hotel include waterfalls and vantage points over the Andaman Sea. Like every other Pullman hotel and resorts, this property offers the Welcomer, Pullman bed, free Wi-Fi, lounge Connectivity by Pullman, Co-Meeting offer for the MICE market, Nespresso experience, Vinoteca by Pullman wine list and Pullman Fit & Spa Lounge.

There are two restaurants available. Elements is open 24 hours a day and serves fusion cuisine blending Thai and Western traditions. Vero, an Italian trattoria and wine bar, captures the essence of Italian traditions. Four bars are also available. The Deli serves chocolate treats and pastries; C Bar, the hotel’s lobby lounge, is a sitting room by the infinity pool; Azur is located by the main swimming pool, overlooking Naithon Beach and the surroundings; and Float is the daytime family recreation center.


Other amenities include the Pullman Fit Lounge and the resort’s Dhatri Spa.

For the MICE market, the property has 9,149 square feet of meeting venues spanning nine rooms. The Pullman Co-Meeting concept is available to provide guests the comfort and connectivity they need to focus on their events. The choice of areas and amenities for business customers include rest areas, meeting-room equipment, dining rooms, videoconferencing services, the Pullman Chill out Space, and innovative breaks. There is also a team comprising an event manager and an IT solutions manager.

The meeting rooms and private dining rooms, a boardroom and a ballroom, and the adjoining terraces look out onto views of the Andaman Sea. They can cater to groups from 10 to 600 people. The 4,187-square-foot Arcadia Ballroom, for example, has ceilings that are sixteen feet high. This hotel’s design places the meeting rooms and guestrooms at the heart of the resort.


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