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Article from BTNews 19 JUNE 2017

Onyx $100m development

A new 406-room Ozo Hotel next to the Ocean Tower of the Amari Pattaya resort in Thailand is being planned by hotel management specialist Onyx Hospitality in a $100m investment to redevelop the site.

The group will also launch a premium all-suites Amari wing where the Garden Wing of Amari Pattaya once stood, while the 20-storey Amari Pattaya Ocean Tower itself and surrounding facilities will undergo an extensive refurbishment programme.

On completion in early 2019, Onyx says the prime North Pattaya landmark will have three hotels with a total of 752 rooms, a state-of-the-art ballroom, a range of recreational facilities and dining options areas and re-landscaped gardens.

The site will also enjoy close proximity to the upcoming Terminal 21 Pattaya, a mega shopping mall which is a five-minute walk away.

Onyx CEO Douglas Martell said: “These plans, marking the 45th anniversary of Amari Pattaya will enhance the guest experience at the flagship property, while introducing a brand-new Ozo and an all-suites Amari property to accommodate the evolving needs of international travellers.”

Ozo Pattaya is being co-developed by Orion Hospitality, a joint venture between Onyx and Singapore Hospitality Holdings aimed at accelerating the expansion of the Ozo and Shama portfolio across the region.

www.onyx-hospitality.com

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