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Nikko Amata City Chonburi Hotel to Open in Thailand on June 1

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Okura Nikko Hotel Management Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Hotel Okura Co Ltd, will open Nikko Amata City Chonburi Hotel on June 1 in Amata City, Thailand. The hotel now accepts advance reservations for accommodation.

The new hotel is located in the industrial area of ​​Amata City Chonburi, the largest industrial area in Thailand. Covering an area of ​​around 4,000 hectares, the estate is home to around 750 international companies. These include more than 450 Japanese companies, mostly automotive component manufacturers and steel and plastic processing companies, constituting the largest concentration of Japanese companies outside of Japan.

The hotel will provide comfortable and secure Japanese-style facilities and services for expats and corporate business travelers in the area. The Amata Spring Country Club, a prestigious golf course in Thailand, is also located nearby, making it an ideal location for those wishing to enjoy a round of golf during their stay.

Guest room

Standard guest room

The decor of the hotel’s 220 rooms features wood grains, creating a sense of calm. The standard rooms are quite spacious, with an area of ​​around 32 square meters, and contain individual desks for working. All rooms have a Japanese-style bathroom with a separate toilet equipped with a bidet, as well as luxury beds and mattresses from the American bedding company Simmons. Larger condo-style rooms with an area of ​​64 square meters and three categories of suites ranging from 64 square meters to 96 square meters are also available. Some room types are equipped with cooking facilities, washing machines, and massage chairs, making them ideal for medium to long-term stays.

Three executive floors (10th to 12th) will include rooms with upgraded comfort and facilities. Guests on these floors will enjoy complimentary access to the Nikko Lounge, an executive lounge offering guests priority check-in and check-out as well as drinks and snacks. All guests will be able to use the swimming pool, fitness center and communal bath, as well as the business corner and coin-operated laundry facilities, all at no additional cost.

Restaurants and bars

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• Shikisai (188 seats)

Shikisai will offer both Japanese cuisine and a selection of international dishes in separate individually designed spaces. It also has a bar counter, a teppanyaki counter and private rooms for special occasions. Menus include a wide variety of dishes, from traditional Japanese cuisine to box lunches and snacks to accompany drinks; Thai and Western cuisine will also be offered. A special fusion menu blending Thai and Japanese cuisine will allow guests to enjoy Chef Hiroaki Yamaguchi’s creativity.

• Lobby Lounge (30 seats)

Located next to the reception, the Lobby Lounge will offer drinks and snacks – an ideal place for breaks and informal meetings.

• Pool bar (22 seats)

Located next to the pool on the top floor, the pool bar will offer cocktails and light snacks and allow guests to enjoy beautiful views of Amata town.

Banquet halls and meeting rooms

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The largest banquet hall, the Tsuru Ballroom, offers 400 square meters of space and can accommodate approximately 280 people for a formal dinner or 400 for a standing banquet. It is equipped with three large screens and a complete sound and lighting system. It can also be divided into two sections, creating two medium-sized banquet halls.

In addition, the hotel offers three meeting rooms (Matsu, Take and Ume), each with an area of ​​50 square meters. These can be combined to form a medium sized meeting room or banquet hall up to 150 square meters.

The variable arrangement of the banquet and meeting rooms will allow the hotel to host a variety of events of different sizes, from informal buffets to large conferences and exhibitions. All meeting and banquet rooms will be located on the ground floor, which is convenient when events require multiple rooms, allowing guests to easily move from a seminar room to a party venue at the end of the day, for example.

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