Monday, February 22, 2010
Best Western Opens New Phuket, Thailand Hotel
Its location means an abundance of shopping, dining, recreational activities, nightlife and other entertainment opportunities are within walking distance. Patong Beach with all its watersports, beach chairs and swimming is also a short distance from the resort.
Best Western's 13th property in Thailand and fourth on Phuket, Best Western Sawaddi Patong Hotel's 146 fully-appointed deluxe rooms and suites are unassumingly comfortable and pleasing to the eye. Whether a Standard, Superior or Deluxe room or a Suite, all enjoy fully wired convenience characterised by complimentary internet access and 32" LCD TV with cable channels.
The array of facilities at Best Western Sawaddi Patong Hotel includes the Roydi restaurant serving Western and Oriental cuisine, Poolside bar and Ploendi Lobby bar, swimming pool, fitness room, games room, Kid's Club, business centre, meeting room and Vara Spa.
"Best Western Sawaddi Patong Hotel is a much welcome addition to the Best Western family in Thailand. This beautiful property offers guests a sanctuary of comfortable, value-for-money accommodation and fine service, while all the sights and sounds of exciting Patong can be explored right outside. It really is a great location for a Phuket stay" said Glenn de Souza, Vice President International Operations-Asia, Best Western International.
The Jungceylon shopping and entertainment centre is five minutes drive from the resort, offering brand name shops, a movie theatre and also a Carrefour supermarket. Phuket town is a mere 20 minutes drive, while getting to and from Phuket International Airport is also a breeze, at 45 minutes. Many other attractions like Simon Cabaret and Phuket FantaSea are also easily reached by road.
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