On the 9th February Habitat Group launched its latest project – Wyndham Atlas.

Wyndham Atlas will begin construction in the third quarter of this year on a stunning one rai 53 talang wah piece of land in Wongamat, north Pattaya, only 200m from the beach and 300m from the soon-to-open Terminal 21.

Wongamat is the most prestigious location along the North Pattaya beach amid rows of five-star hotels, high-end condominiums and chic cafés and eateries.



The Wyndham Atlas is an ideal opportunity for investors wanting to gain passive income by investing in a branded property.

Buyers will receive a guaranteed 6% per year for five years as well as opportunity to gain a higher rental yield from a 60% profit-sharing investment scheme after the fifth year.

The beauty of Wyndham Atlas is that it’s a hassle-free investment.

The property will be managed by Wyndham Hotel Group, one of the largest and best performing hospitality companies in the world. Wyndham has a global portfolio encompassing every segment of hospitality including, hotel lodging and managed vacation rentals.





Speaking at the launch at the Hilton in Pattaya Aukrapong Sukjit, executive representative from Wyndham Hotel Group Hotel, said:

“Brand franchiser and management service provider Wyndham Hotel Group has a global portfolio of more than 8,100 hotels in 78 countries.

“Pattaya is in the gulf on the east coast of Thailand and has great potential with impressive growth in tourism with eight million visitor arrivals every year. We are so pleased to work with one of the best developers of Thailand, Habitat Group.”

Wyndham Atlas will be a luxurious condominium with freehold ownership and world-class hotel facilities including:

Lobby and concierge
Club executive lounge
Meeting room
Fitness centre
Infinity-edge swimming pool – with a glass bottom
Jacuzzi and hydrotherapy feature
Maid service
Room service
Rooftop garden
All-day dining restaurant and bar
40-Degree North Rooftop Eatery & Bar



Prices for the project range from Bt3.8m up to Bt9m with 192 units and three room types:

• Deluxe Room 24.3-28.25 sqm
• Junior Suite 33.78-39.4 sqm
• One Bedroom Suite 52.3-57.4 sqm



The location and design of Wyndham Atlas also provides great views from the rooftop swimming pool surrounded by a spacious open-air deck and a pool bar overlooking tranquil Wongamat Beach while the 40 Degree North Rooftop Eatery & Bar will provide the experience and ambience of the striking Mediterranean sea onto a rooftop as its concept is Mediterranean meets East Asia, bringing a fusion.




“We are confident that the upscale Wyndham Atlas Wongamat will be well placed to cater to increasingly discerning travellers looking for stylish accommodation while enjoying easy access to all that Pattaya has to offer,” said Chanin Vanijwongse, CEO of Habitat Group.



Habitat Group was incorporated in 2012 with a specific mission in mind to become one of Thailand’s leading property developers in the upper-mid to luxury residential market.

Their first development was ‘The Ville Jomtien’ 2013 in Pattaya, the 80-unit pool villa project was an extraordinary success, after construction was completed in 2015 residences were sold out in less than two years.

Habitat Group have continued to go from strength to strength since then picking up many awards and recognitions on the way including Best Residential Interior Design Award 2016 at the Thailand Property Awards as well as Southeast Asia’s Best of The Best Property Awards 2016 by Dot Property and ‘Five Star’ Award Winner – New Hotel Construction and Design Awards 2017 by Asia Pacific Property Awards.

The group has a vision to remain the leader in its chosen segment and reinforce their sterling reputation as well as continue to be recognised as a premier international brand with world-class quality and design. It currently has many projects under development in Bangkok and Pattaya.

In a statement, Habitat forecast demand for Pattaya’s upscale properties to continue to grow with Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor policy and investment in public transportation systems attracting local and foreign interest and investment.