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Siam Hotels and Resorts Renovates its Group Hotels

Siam Hotels & Resorts, which includes The Siam, Bangkok, Siam Bayview Hotel, Pattaya, Siam Bayshore Resort & Spa, Pattaya, and the Siam City Hotel, Bangkok, has declared its decision to invest several million baht for the renovation and development of the group hotels in the following nine months.

The hotel group is planning to take advantage of the new buoyancy found in the Thai tourism industry after experiencing a sink during last year. The effort is aimed at giving a boost to the brand to move further into 2012.

Interior of SIAM BAYVIEW HOTEL. Credit: Siam Hotels and Resorts

The hotel group has plans to refurbish its present hotels located in the two most popular tourist destinations of Thailand, Pattaya and Bangkok with an investment of around 100 million baht. The Siam City Hotel in Bangkok to be re-launched as “The Sukosol”, in 2012 will have its public areas, Patummat restaurant, lobby lounge and foyer refurbished in a sophisticated style while reflecting the admiration of art and family love.

The Siam Bayview Hotel on Beach Road next to CentralFestival mall in Pattaya, will also have updation of its open air lobby in addition to the assorted types of guest rooms. The proposed changes will go with the recently renovated deluxe rooms of the hotel, its view meeting space and six special theme suites.

The hotel also has two classified side projects, which are due for finishing in 2012 January and April respectively, which will enable the group to launch The Siam, a deluxe boutique home in Bangkok over the well known Chao Phraya River and its other project, the Miami-inspired Wave with 21 rooms in the business district of Pattaya looking across the bay. Both the projects will include an exclusive and stunning décor and The Siam will incorporate the design given by Bill Bensley, a worldwide known interior/landscape designer and architect.

Source: http://www.siamhotels.com/

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