Hilton Hotels & Resorts Expands To One Of Asia's Most Popular Leisure Destinations With Opening Of Hilton Pattaya

  • Hilton Hotels
  • 11.29.10
Hilton Hotels & Resorts continues the global growth of its leisure portfolio with the opening of Hilton Pattaya.

"Our presence in Asia Pacific continues to grow rapidly with the opening of Hilton Pattaya, a stunning property overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. This hotel combines signature Hilton style and service with one of Asia's largest luxury beachfront shopping and entertainment centres to provide a premium leisure experience for today's travellers," said Dave Horton, global head, Hilton Hotels & Resorts brand.

The property is owned by CPN Pattaya Beach Co. Ltd and managed by Hilton Worldwide.
"Thailand, and in particular Pattaya, has traditionally and consistently been a choice destination for both leisure and business travellers. We see enormous potential for growth in the Thai market and overall strong demand for the Hilton brand here, which is synonymous for its premium accommodation and exceptional service," said Martin Rinck, president, Hilton Worldwide - Asia Pacific.

In line with Hilton Worldwide's global sustainability efforts, Hilton Pattaya incorporated unique environmentally friendly features within its operations and guests services. These include the use of energy-efficient light bulbs throughout the property as well as recycling of waste water and materials.

"With much to offer through its rich history and attractions, Pattaya is becoming increasingly popular among domestic and international holiday makers. Hilton Pattaya is well positioned to meet the growing demand for upscale accommodations, offering the finest in accommodations, services and dining while being ecologically responsible," said Harald Feurstein, general manager, Hilton Pattaya.

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