The offers were made to specialist Thai tour operators during a visit to Sydney, Adelaide and Perth last week by the group’s director of sales and marketing, Somkiat Kantawat.
He said today that the new rates coincided with a greatly improved political situation In Bangkok and the growing recognition of Pattaya as a major centre of entertainment in Thailand.
At the group’s Bangkok property there’s a stay two nights get one free deal which will be available from now until March 31.
The rate includes full breakfast and the offer can be extended to stay six nights and only pay for four.
One of Bangkok’s newest hotels Mode Sathorn has a rate for Australian travelers of $42 per person twin share from now until December 31.
The rate includes breakfast at the hotel, which is fast-becoming recognized by Australians as one of the most conveniently located properties in Bangkok.
Just across the road from the Surasek railway station, Mode Sathorn is close to activities on the Chao Phrya river and adjacent to major shopping centres and entertainment zones.
The new Siam@Siam property at Pattaya is offering lead-in rates of A116 per person twin share between November and March with some blackout periods..
Mr Kantawat said that in recent times Pattaya had developed from a popular beach resort to a major entertainment area just an hour or so by road from Bangkok international airport.
Mr Kantawat added,”Activities like horse riding, para-sailing, golf, sailing and general entertainment had turned Pattaya into a major competitor for other Thai beach resort destinations such as Ko Samui, Hua Hin and southern beach areas.Tweet