The new hotel features 242 rooms, three outlets, a spacious convention centre, a rooftop swimming pool, a prayer room and a gym.
Rausak Mulsap, CEO, Al Meroz Hotel, commented, “This is a unique hotel in the history of Thai tourism.
It will play a major role in helping the Tourism Authority of Thailand achieve its objective of better positioning Thailand as a Muslim-friendly destination.”
The name Al Meroz which in Arabic means heritage and was given to the property to reflect the Muslim heritage.
The new hotel is expected to attract leisure and business travellers and serve as a venue for meetings and incentives.