AccorHotels, which currently manages 16 hotels across Southern Thailand, will now manage three properties in Phuket after signing an agreement with Avista Resort and Spa Patong Company Limited.
The resort to be rebranded as Novotel Phuket Kata Avista Resort and Spa offers 143 rooms, one restaurant, two bars, two meeting rooms, a business centre, a swimming pool, a fitness centre and a kid’s club, and is located just five minutes walk to Kata Beach.
Avista Hideaway Phuket Patong, McGallery, also to be renamed on April 1, features two restaurants, two bars, one meeting room, a business centre, three swimming pools, a spa, a fitness centre, a kid’s club, and is located two minutes walk from both Patong Beach and Jungceylon Shopping Centre.
The newly-built Avista Grande Phuket Karon, McGallery will have 160 rooms, one restaurant, three bars, two meeting rooms, a swimming pool, a business centre and a kid’s club, and will be located a 10 minute drive from Patong’s shopping and entertainment area. The resort is scheduled to open in 2018.
Mr Patrick Basset, AccorHotels’ Chief Operating Officer for Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia, says that the architecture, interior design and high-standard services of each McGallery luxury hotel caters to Phuket’s diverse guests who “increasingly seek choice and consistency”.