Jono Hotels Opens Flagship Property in Thailand, Jonox Phuket Karon

Thailand, Phuket. November 23, 2022

Are you seeking a new way to stay, play, relax and recharge that delivers the benefits of a world-class hotel, while getting rid of all the nonsense that can hold you back and drive you crazy? The wait is over; Jono Hotels (which derives from "Journey of the Nomad") is here to keep you connected, make you smile and put the spirit of discovery back into your travels.

The world's first Jono Hotel has now opened in Karon Beach, the chic seafront enclave on Phuket's sunset coast. This innovative new lifestyle brand is focused on making your life easier - whether you identity as Gen X, Gen Z or anyone in between. Like that reliable friend you invite on your trip, JonoX Phuket Karon has got your back. Our aim is to make every vacation fun, casual and carefree, while using cutting-edge tech to put the entire destination at your fingertips. Work or play, young or old, short break or long vacation, we'll treat you like one of the family.

"At Jono Hotels, we understand that the world has moved forward and the needs of travellers have changed. As a new player in the market, we can take a fresh approach to hospitality that does away with those annoying, inefficient practices of the past and shapes the entire experience around the needs of you, our guests. Personal and playful, smart and social, innovative and insightful, we want to make every stay completely seamless. Like the warm and welcoming sea breeze that drifts off the Andaman Sea, JonoX Phuket Karon will be a breath of fresh air for modern explorers," revealed Björn Richardson, Senior Vice President - Hospitality and Property Operations at Boutique Corporation PLC, when asked about Jono Hotels and JonoX Phuket Karon, the brand's first hotel management agreement.

Set in the heart of the action, just a short stroll from the soft, sandy beach, JonoX Phuket Karon provides everything you need for a rewarding adventure, without any unnecessary fuss. The 121 guestrooms range from the stylish 21-square metre Recharge Rooms, with plush king or twin bedding, to the more spacious 35-square metre RechargeX Rooms, which also offer bunk beds for youngsters. Clean, contemporary design and intuitive amenities such as Smart TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi, walk-in power showers, kettles and more make it easy to cut loose. Forget long waits at reception or pressing "0" for the operator; the hotel's dedicated app lets you talk to the front desk in your native tongue, order room service, make travel arrangements, book activities and more, all from your smartphone.

The sparkling rooftop infinity pool provides the perfect place to rise above the crowds and chill out in style, including a separate area for children to splash, while a colourful kids' playroom is available when parents need a break. Freshly-made local and international cuisine can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch and dinner at 360 Restaurant, and Altitude Rooftop Bar is open throughout the day and late into the night, letting guests socialise together and sip cool cocktails.

For executives and entrepreneurs, an intimate meeting room can host up to ten people and comes integrated with audio-visual equipment to bring your presentations to life. With solid doors that keep sound out, this private room also doubles as a co-working space - perfect for the new generation of digital nomads.

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