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Hotel Nikko Amata City Chonburi in Thailand opens on June 1

The hotel will provide comfortable and safe Japanese-style amenities and services.

Okura Nikko Hotel Management Co Ltd will open the Hotel Nikko Amata City Chonburi on June 1 located in Amata City Chonburi Industrial Estate, the largest industrial estate in Thailand

The hotel is now accepting reservations for accommodation.

The estate, which covers around 4,000 hectares, is home to around 750 international firms. Over 450 Japanese businesses, principally car component makers and steel and plastic processing businesses, make up the highest concentration of Japanese businesses outside of Japan.

For expatriates and business guests of local companies, the hotel will provide comfortable and safe Japanese-style amenities and services. The neighboring Amata Spring Country Club, a prominent golf course in Thailand, is also a convenient location for people who want to play a round of golf during their visit.

The hotel's 220 rooms are decorated with wood grains to provide a relaxing atmosphere. Standard guest rooms are relatively large, measuring about 32 square meters, and include private workstations.

All rooms have Japanese-style bathrooms with a separate bidet-equipped toilet and Simmons premium beds and mattresses.

There are also larger condo-style rooms with 64 square meters of space and three types of suites with 64 square meters to 96 square meters of space. Some rooms include kitchenettes, washing machines, and massage chairs, making them perfect for medium- to long-term visits.

Three executive areas from the 10th to 12th floors will have rooms with more amenities and comfort. Guests staying on these floors will have free access to the Nikko Lounge, an executive lounge that offers priority check-in and check-out, as well as refreshments and snacks.

The swimming pool, fitness center, and community bath, as well as the business center and a coin-operated laundry, will be available to all guests at no additional cost.

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