Centara Hotel Udon Thani to reopen soon

Centara Hotel Udon Thani

Centara Hotel Udon Thani Logo

Centara Hotel and Convention Centre, which is adjoins Central Plaza shopping center in central Udon, is still undergoing major renovation and will be ready in March 2012.

The hotel renovations have expanded the number of guest rooms and suites to a total of 259. The rooms are being redesigned to offer international standards with stylish furnishings and brand-new bathrooms.

There will be 236 Standard, Superior, and Deluxe rooms, each with 32 square meters in area. The two Petit Suites feature 42 square meters of floor space, while the 20 Junior Suites have their own individual bedroom and living room within their 64-74 sqm. The Executive Suite on the top floor has one bedroom and one living room and offers a very spacious 128 sqm.

The restaurant, Ban Chiang, which is open all day, will serve local Issan cuisine along with international food. There will be a Chinese restaurant called Luk Fatt, this will serves Cantonese food in a modern style setting. The hotel will also host a karaoke lounge called @Tune.

Amongst the leisure facilities on offer, there will be a Spa called Cenvaree with six elegant Thai pavilions where private treatments will be offered to customers and guests, and there will be a newly fitted out fitness center with a yoga studio, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam room, and an outdoor swimming pool.

Centara Hotel & Convention Centre Udon Thani is located in the heart of the city’s commercial, shopping, and entertainment area, and adjoins Central Plaza, the largest shopping and entertainment center in the north-east of Thailand. The hotel is only a 20 minute drive from Udon’s International airport, the central bus terminal is within walking distance, and the train station is a 10 minute walk away.

Centara Hotels & Resorts is Thailand’s biggest operator of hotels, with 38 deluxe and first-class properties covering all the major tourist destinations in Thailand. A further 16 resorts in the Maldives, Philippines, Vietnam, Bali Indonesia, Srilanka, and Mauritius Indian Ocean, which brings the present total to 54 properties.

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