Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa Unveils Interior Design

R Bar at Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa

The 257-room Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa has revealed its interior design. It's set to open to the public on the September 1.

The design of the hotel is inspired by the serene beach setting of Na Jomtien and the local fishing village that Pattaya once was. Wood, veneer and metal finishes in earthy tones, accented by blue shades of cobalt, is meant to bring the feeling of Na Jomtien beach to each space. The use of local Thai silk, cotton, chenille and jute complement the design scheme by adding texture and introducing a feeling of real luxury.

Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa spa

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Thailand-based interior design firm, P49 were behind the creative concepts for Renaissance Pattaya. 

Also commenting on the look and feel of the new resort, general manager Saurabh Kukreja said: “The designer has played with various finishes and textures to create an unexpected, yet calming and relaxed feeling that flows effortlessly through the resort’s guest rooms and public areas. In line with the Renaissance brand, the resort will showcase ‘7 R-Marks’ which will create a dramatic arrival experience in the lobby, a invigorating social environment in the bar, ‘wow’ washrooms and unexpected touch points throughout that will deliver the element of surprise.”

Renaissance Pattaya Resort & Spa Deluxe Balcony room

Design features include headboards in the guest rooms, adorned with backlit laser cut sea fans and signature lamps, which resemble a traditional fish trap. Both connect Renaissance’s modern design philosophy to the local area of Jomtien and Sattahip. A large number of rooms will have oversized balconies, complete with a love seat.

Accommodations include the chic Pool Villas and spacious Family Suites. Recreational facilities will include two outdoor swimming pools, a kids pool, kids club and a luxury spa. Located in the tranquil Jomtien district, the low-rise resort will offer a fashionable beachfront retreat within easy reach of the town’s attractions. 

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