Centara Hotels & Resorts, Thailand’s leading hotel operator, moved ahead with three more hotel re-openings last month in resort destinations across Thailand in response to increased domestic travel demands during the extended long holiday over Songkran.
The move also coincided with the easing of travel restrictions for international arrivals to Thailand, which will see the quarantine period shortened to 10 from the original 14 days.
The three hotels and resorts that started welcoming guests include Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Krabi, Centara Hotel Hat Yai and COSI Pattaya Wong Amat Beach.
All the hotels reopened with the Centara Complete Care hygiene and social distancing programme fully in place to ensure guests experience the most comfortable, safe, new normal stay possible, post Covid-19. The 12-point action plan provides complete reassurance to guests, covering social distancing, health, hygiene, and enhanced sanitisation through the entire guest journey.
Travellers can take advantage of the great reopening offers at all three properties, including special room rates with free daily hotel credits, daily breakfast, Wi-fi, and free stays for up to 2 children.
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