A real Japanese hotel opens in Thailand on June 1

A real Japanese hotel opens in Thailand on June 1

The new hotel is located in the industrial area of ​​Amata City Chonburi, Thailand's largest industrial area. About 4,000 hectares are home to 750 international companies. These include more than 450 Japanese businesses, mainly automotive component manufacturers and steel and plastic processing firms, making up the largest concentration of Japanese companies outside of Japan. Located near the entrance of Amata City Chonburi Industrial Zone, Nikko Amata City Chonburi Hotel will provide comfortable and safe Japanese-style facilities and services for expatriates and business guests of companies in the area. 

Amata Spring Country Country Club The Club, with one of the most prestigious golf courses in Thailand, is close by, making it a convenient place for those who wish to play golf during their stay.

A real Japanese hotel opens in Thailand on June 1

 

The decor of the 220 rooms of the hotel is made of wood, which creates a sense of tranquility. Standard rooms are quite spacious, about 32 sq. m., in each —individual desk for work. All rooms have Japanese-style bathrooms with a separate toilet equipped with a bidet, as well as luxurious beds and mattresses from the American company Simmons.

More spacious 64 sq.m. condominium rooms are available. m. and three categories of suites ranging from 64 to 96 sq. Some room types are equipped with kitchenware, washing machines and massage chairs, making them ideal for medium to long term stays.

Rooms with increased comfort and conveniences will be located on three executive floors from 10 to 12. Guests staying on these floors have free access to the Nikko Executive Lounge, which offers priority check-in and check-out, as well as drinks and snacks. Free access to the pool, fitness center, business corner and laundry facilities for all guests.

Restaurants and bars

  • Shikisai (188 seats). “Shikisai” offers both Japanese cuisine and international cuisine in separate individually designed areas. There is also a bar counter, teppanyaki counter and private rooms for special occasions. The menu includes a wide variety of dishes, from traditional Japanese cuisine to lunch boxes and snacks with drinks; Thai and Western cuisines will also be on display. A special fusion menu, which combines Thai and Japanese dishes, will allow guests to enjoy the creativity of Chef Hiroaki Yamaguchi.
  • Lobby Lounge (30 seats). Located next to the reception, the Lobby Lounge offers drinks and snacks — an ideal place for breaks and informal meetings.
  • Pool bar (22 seats). The bar is next to the pool on the top floor. A selection of cocktails and light snacks. From here you have a beautiful view of the city of Amata.

Tsuru's largest banquet hall is 400 square meters. m. can accommodate about 280 people for a formal dinner or 400 for a banquet. It is equipped with three large screens and a complete sound and light system. It can also be divided into two sections, creating two medium-sized banquet rooms.

In addition, the hotel offers three conference rooms Matsu, Take and Ume, each with an area of ​​50 square meters. m. They can be combined into a medium-sized conference room or a banquet hall up to 150 sq. m. m.

Various layout of banquet and conference rooms will allow the hotel to host events of various sizes, from informal receptions to large conferences and exhibitions. All meeting and banquet facilities are located on the ground floor, making it convenient when events require multiple rooms. Guests can easily move from the seminar room to the party area at the end of the day.

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