The Lacol Khaoyai is situated in the picturesque Pak Chong District of Nakhon Ratchasima Province.
Bangkok, Thailand – Chatrium Hospitality announced a new hotel Management Agreement for a resort in Khao Yai, the Lacol Khaoyai – A Chatrium Collection. The 125-room upscale resort owned by Korkiert Khaoyai Company Limited, is set to open in September 2023.
Chatrium Hospitality Managing Director, Ms. Savitri Ramyarupa, said, “This is Chatrium’s first partnership in Khao Yai with Korkiert Khaoyai Co. Ltd. Chatrium is committed to expanding into Thailand and neighboring countries. We are excited to see how Lacol Khaoyai becomes a sought-after destination for a combination of upscale accommodations and the enchanting landscapes of Khaoyai.”
Mr. Isara Korkiertsatean, the Managing Director of Korkiert Khaoyai Co. Ltd. said, “We proudly embrace the ‘Chatrium’ brand, drawn by its dedication to delivering unparalleled service and embracing cultural authenticity. This alignment mirrors our vision, promising an extraordinary guest journey.”
Nestled in the picturesque Pak Chong District of Nakhon Ratchasima Province, the resort’s location near the UNESCO World Heritage site Khao Yai National Park, Lacol Khaoyai – A Chatrium Collection, offers 125 rooms ranging from the 40-sqm Deluxe Mountain View to the 125-sqm 2-Bedroom Family Suite, ideal for couples, families, and solo adventurers. Each room is designed with warm tones and Thai-inspired elements, creating a blend of modern comfort and traditional aesthetics.
Additionally, the resort boasts a variety of restaurant concepts, meeting rooms, and wedding venues, a commitment to catering to different occasions and preferences. Focus on relaxation, rejuvenation and overall well-being, the resort provides a swimming pool, fitness center, and the Varin Wellness & Spa with its signature treatments, Japanese-style onsen, salt therapy room, and aqua beds.
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