Hyatt Hotels debuts Andaz brand in Thailand

PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF Andaz Pattaya ANDAZ Pattaya’s beach pool.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach, marking the debut of the Andaz brand in Thailand. Nestled across over 15 acres (6.4 hectares) of stunning beachfront land amid mature trees and gardens overlooking the Gulf of Thailand, this luxury lifestyle resort provides a myriad ways for guests to express their style and connect with the local culture and nature, from destination excursions to authentic dining, wellness, and family activities.

“With the growing demand for immersive, authentic experiences among luxury travelers, we are delighted by the launch of the vibrant Andaz brand in Thailand, one of the world’s most appealing destinations,” said David Udell, group president, Asia-Pacific, Hyatt. “Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach is our first Andaz resort in Thailand, adding to the brand’s growing portfolio in the region, which now includes properties in Bali, Delhi, Seoul, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Singapore, Tokyo, and Xiamen.”

Concept and design

Surrounded by mature, landscaped gardens with conserved, century-old trees, the resort’s distinctively local yet modern design is inspired by the site’s history as a private estate. Conceived by award-winning Thai architecture firm A49 and PIA interiors, Andaz Pattaya Jomtien Beach warmly greets guests with an awe-inspiring, raintree, reflective pond upon arrival within the Raintree Court, which is the heart and soul of the resort where travelers can meet, unwind and socialize.

GUESTROOMS overlook the property’s private pool

This barrier-free space features restaurants with interactive show kitchens and an herb garden, where guests can receive a personalized tour, along with different distinctive experiences and programming for travelers looking to fulfill their curiosities and stimulate their senses.
Exquisite Thai teakwood houses — all of which have been given a new lease on life using reclaimed wood materials from storied traditional Thai wooden houses — are nestled under the tropical foliage, while natural, locally sourced, and handmade materials and artwork have been incorporated throughout the resort.

Guestrooms and suites

Set in low-rise clustered buildings, the 204 rooms, suites, and villas, which start from 538 square feet (50 square meters), are adorned with locally influenced interiors, walk-in rain showers, and a balcony or terrace with a relaxing daybed. Spread throughout the gardens. Guests can experience a sense of discovery as they explore the lush landscape.

Various accommodation options cater to multiple occasions and guests, from multi-generational families to couples and individuals. The Lagoon Access Rooms invite guests to step straight into the rippling waters of the resort pool, while the Pool Suites allow guests to cool down with a private dip at any time of day, and the Beachfront Suites are set directly on the soft sand.

Set to open in the coming months, two heritage-inspired houses form the resort’s most highly prized accommodation that is ideal for multi-generational families andw intimate celebrations — a duplex four-bedroom Manor House and a breath-taking six-bedroom Presidential Heritage House, each of which offers luxurious living with private pools, courtyards, butler service, and ocean views.

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