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Amarin Lagoon Hotel is now rebranded to “The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Phisanulok”

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Thu, 02/20/2020 - 02:05

In the first quarter of 2019, TCC Hotel Group embarked on an ambitious project to revitalize Amarin Lagoon Hotel, a renowned property in the commercial heart of Phitsanulok.

February 2020, one of Phitsanulok’s foremost convention hotels has revealed the results of an extensive renovation and exciting transformation.

In the first quarter of 2019, TCC Hotel Group embarked on an ambitious project to revitalize Amarin Lagoon Hotel, a renowned property in the commercial heart of Phitsanulok. With the renovation completed, the landmark hotel is showcasing its renewed and elevated status as a 4-star MICE Hotel and Convention Centre effective February 2020.

Inspiring the renovation is a propitious rebranding to The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Phisanulok, marking the arrival of the burgeoning The Imperial Hotels and Resorts’ second Hotel and Convention Centre in Thailand.

Led by Cluster General Manager Khun Roongroj Sunthadvanich, the stunning Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Phisanulok is situated in the city center of Phisanulok, the heart of regional business and the primary MICE destination of the lower Northern region of Thailand.
Roongroj said “Phitsanulok is fast growing and expanding in all areas. It is a central province connecting many provinces in the lower northern region resulting in high potential for tourism, economy and investment, and is also a regional leader in MICE. With transportation ready Of Indochina, Phitsanulok has been known as "Indochina intersection service city". The executives of the Imperial Hotel Group foresees that will be a good opportunity. Therefore have a policy to renovate the Amarin Lagoon Hotel to be The Imperial Hotel and Convention Center Phitsanulok to prepare for the upcoming economic prosperity”.

The Imperial Hotel and Convention Centre Phisanulok features 296 guest rooms in a low-rise building design that emphasizes simplicity and relaxation. Ideal for leisure and business travelers alike, the hotel features professionally designed meeting facilities ranging from an intimate room that accommodates as few as 20 persons, to the major facility, the Phitsanulok Convention Hall that accommodates up to 2,000 persons with considerable comfort and style. The facilities feature the all-new audio-visual and lighting equipment so that, all in all, nothing short of a perfect choice for functions and events is offered.

As for its inviting leisure facilities, the hotel’s large lagoon-shaped swimming pool sets the tone that the fully-equipped fitness center and the Imperial Massage further bolster. 

Accommodation-wise, in room facilities and amenities are comfortable and comprehensive without being intrusive of guests’ peace of mind, as to be expected from The Imperial Hotels and Resorts Standard. Step outside and the hotel’s landscaped grounds exude a natural peacefulness and harmony with nature. The lobby immediately strikes a note of calm clear-headedness with a charming touch of local gracefulness.

The hotel’s catering platform is equally welcoming with “The Imperial Restaurant” serving up classic and creative local specialties and international comfort food and beverage. For socializing and assembling, “Imperial Lounge” serves the required refreshments in a suitably smart-casual atmosphere.

Thus the comprehensive refurbishment has breathed new life into one of the region’s most iconic convention hotels, with the result that it has already become even more popular than ever.


Theodore Koumelis

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Theodore is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of TravelDailyNews Media Network; his responsibilities include business development and planning for TravelDailyNews long-term opportunities.