Befitting its status as the Southern gateway to Thailand, Hat Yai is the South’s largest and busiest commercial and shopping hub. At the heart of this southern capital is Novotel Central Sukhontha, Hat Yai. Offering well-appointed rooms and suites enhanced by a fine range of facilities including dining and entertainment venues, catering services and a fitness centre.
Novotel Central Sukhontha, Hat Yai has 238 rooms including 2 Deluxe Suites, 8 Executive Suites and 1 Sukhontha Suite.
All guestrooms feature bedside light and air-condition control panel, refrigerator with fully stocked mini bar, private bathroom, Vingcard key system, IDD telephone, smoke detector & sprinkler systems, color TV with remote control, digital clock with alarm system, in-house movies, radio, emergency lighting, hair dryer upon request.
Ginger Thai-Japanese-Chinese; Authentic Thai, Japanese and Chinese Cuisine. Open Kitchen-Wine Bar-Live Music. Cozy and Comfortable Ambience.
There is of course the Business Centre where executives can have all their business requirements efficiently processed through up-to-date equipment and top-notch secretarial services.
And at the end of a busy day’s work, guests may unwind at the fully equipped Fitness Centre, or enjoy a Sauna, take a dip in the Swimming Pool, or ease your aching muscles with a traditional Thai massage.
- Airport transfer
- Business Centre
- Central Department Store
- Executive Lounge
- Fitness Centre
- Foreign exchange service
- Gift Shop
- Laundry and dry cleaning service
- Medical Service
- Room service 24 hours
- Swimming Pool
- Traditional Thai Massage
Meetings & Incentives
Sukhontha Hall accommodating up to 350 persons including pre-function area, can also be divided into 3 smaller meeting rooms. Support facilities include overhead and slide projector, screen, video, etc.
3 kilometers from the municipal market on Ratchadamnoen Road, this fine beach is characterized by soft white sand and beachside pine trees. The major landmark is the Golden Mermaid statue fronting the headland.
The Institute Of Southern Thai Studies
(Folklore Museum) is located on Ko Yo hill, some 10 kilometers from Songkhla or merely 20 Kilometers from Hat Yai. The museum houses a collection fo southern Thai folk arts categorically grouped into Folk Technology Park, Shadow Play Garden, Ancient Beads Garden, Traditional Medicinal Garden, Bamboo Culture Garden, etc. A great variety of local plant species within the museum’s compound makes it an exceptionally appealing place.
Kim Yong market
Most visitors spend daylight hours shopping in Thailand’s third largest city. Electrical goods at the Kim Yong market, durians and apples from street vendors, and Bangkok-made leather goods and fashions in the department stores are a few of Hat Yai’s popular buys.