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The 269-room hotel features ten types of guestrooms, including suites and villas with spacious balconies offering panoramic ocean views, while interconnecting rooms are available for families of up to two adults and three children under 12.
The property is a new addition to the brand’s portfolio of more than 100 hotels in nearly 40 countries and territories.
“We are excited to offer a glimpse of the European spirit of savouring the good life through the hotel’s international dining options, freshly made gelato with local ingredients, as well as a sparkling beverage programme in this distinctly Thai tropical paradise,” said Mike Fulkerson, vice president/brand & marketing, Marriott International Asia-Pacific.
“The hotel introduces Le Méridien’s French heritage and the allure of Côte d’Azur to Khao Lak, connecting curious and creative-minded guests looking to travel in style.”
“Khao Lak is one of the fastest-growing destinations in Thailand for both MICE and leisure travellers. With a new airport arriving in Phang Nga and infrastructure plans laid out, this province has the potential to promote tourism and grow the local economy,” said the new hotel's General Manager Trevor May.