Thailand’s newest Pullman in Khao Lak adds 75 villas

Pullman’s newest resort, located in Khao Lak, Phang Nga Province, has announced the integration of 75 villas from the neighboring property and renamed the resort as the Pullman Khao Lak Katiliya Resort & Villas.

The resort was rebranded from the Le Meridien Khao Lak Beach & Spa Resort and now operates as a Pullman hotel.

With an additional 75 villas, Pullman Khao Lak Katiliya Resort & Villas now consists of 223 rooms and suites and 97 villas. Many of the property’s rooms come with their own private swimming pool, and are located on a strip of private beach overlooking the Andaman Sea.

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The resort's other facilities include six food and beverage venues ranging from casual beach restaurants to more formal specialty restaurants, five swimming pools, a spa, two fitness centers and a variety of meeting and conference rooms that are available for medium-to-large size meeting and events.

Khao Lak is known for its beaches, and is just an hour away from Phuket International Airport. It is one of Thailand’s attractive beach resort destinations, recognized for its unspoiled natural resources and diving sites in nearby national parks.

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