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Centara Azure Hotel Pattaya opens in Thailand

Centara Azure Hotel Pattaya opens in Thailand

Centrally-located within a prime setting in Central Pattaya, the newly-opened Centara Azure Hotel Pattaya has joined the existing six Centara properties in the city.

This stylish hotel provides convenient access to dining, shopping and Pattaya’s bustling nightlife.

The hotel is located less than a two-hour drive from the capital while Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport is approximately a 90 minute drive away.

Centara Azure Hotel Pattaya features intimately-scaled 96 rooms, each with contemporary design.

It offers a comfortable living space of up to 27 square metres, with rooms overlooking the city or swimming pool area.


The choices of a king-sized bed, two double beds or twin beds make this hotel a suitable destination for singles, couples and groups of friends.

Each room provides well-rounded amenities and services that guests require for a comfortable stay.
Dinning at the hotel is alluring and effortless.

Atlantis, an all-day dining restaurant, serves up international and Thai dishes with vegetarian options, both as buffet and on the à la carte menu.

The bistro-style restaurant offers guests 360 degree views through its floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as a stunning marine aquarium.

Light snacks and refreshments are served at the Splash Pool Bar, where guests can enjoy their favourite munchies while relaxing around the pool area.

The hotel also provides a rooftop garden meeting area which forms an appealing al-fresco setting for cocktail receptions and pre-function drinks.

The main meeting venue is 111 square metres.

Austin Robinson, group director of operations, east Thailand & Vietnam, Centara Hotels & Resorts said: “Visitors to Pattaya, one of Thailand’s most popular beachside cities now have a plethora of Centara hotels to choose from, following the latest opening of the brand’s seventh property here.

“Pattaya is a world-renowned holiday destination in the Eastern region of the country, and a gateway to so many emerging destinations for aspiring world explorers.”