CHR extends contract with island resort

CHR extends contract with island resort

Koh Chang property owners endorse pact

Mr Thirayuth, centre, at the signing of the hotel management extension for Centara Koh Chang Tropicana Resort.
Mr Thirayuth, centre, at the signing of the hotel management extension for Centara Koh Chang Tropicana Resort.

Centara Hotels & Resorts (CHR) has signed hotel management extensions with Centara Koh Chang Tropicana Resort.

The contract was recently signed by Thirayuth Chirathivat, chief executive of CHR, and Vorachai Lerdpraiwan and Suparerk Sooranggura, owners of Centara Koh Chang Tropicana Resort.

Located on the sands of Klong Prao beach along Koh Chang's west coast, Centara Koh Chang Tropicana Resort offers guests easy access to boating, island hopping, diving and snorkelling. Guests can also experience the island's mountainous terrain, forest paths, waterfalls and a fishing village, among others.

At the resort, the gardens open up to the Gulf of Thailand, providing guests with rest and relaxation, as well as adventure and family fun. The resort features multiple pools, including one facing the ocean, a children's pool with waterslides and jacuzzi, a spa, supervised Kids' Club, and beachfront dining options. At the end of the day, guests can unwind in island-inspired rooms and private tropical cabanas that complete the island life experience.

Koh Chang is accessible year-round by ferry from Laem Ngop pier in Trat province, and Centara Koh Chang Tropicana Resort is located about 25 minutes from the pier via the island's ring road.

An aerial view of Centara Koh Chang Tropicana facing the ocean.


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