Onyx Hospitality Group to launch North Pattaya mixed-used development in 2019

Amari Pattaya Ocean Tower, Pattaya, Thailand

Onyx Hospitality Group has planned to open a new 406-room Ozo hotel next to the existing Ocean Tower of Amari Pattaya.

As part of a $100-million investment to redevelop the North Pattaya site in Thailand, the group will also launch a new all-suites Amari wing where the Garden Wing of Amari Pattaya once stood. The 20-story Amari Pattaya Ocean Tower and surrounding facilities will also be renovated.

Upon completion in early 2019, North Pattaya will have three hotels with 752 guestrooms, a new ballroom, a range of recreational and dining facilities, updated pool areas and re-landscaped gardens. The site will also be close to the upcoming Terminal 21 Pattaya shopping mall.      

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Ozo Pattaya is being co-developed by Orion Hospitality, a joint venture between Onyx Hospitality Group and Singapore Hospitality Holdings aimed at expanding the Ozo and Shama portfolio across the region. Ozo Pattaya will be a mid-scale hotel with a dedicated entrance area and recreational facilities. 

Amari Pattaya Ocean Suites is a 49-guestroom all-suites wing adjacent to the Ocean Tower. It is being developed in response to a rising demand among travelers for home-style accommodation with a full range of hotel services. This property will have connecting suite options for families and friends traveling together. 

The Ocean Tower of Amari Pattaya will be relaunched following an extensive refurbishment program, with new guestrooms and suites.

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