Tourists looking for convenient hotel in Sukhumvit area in Bangkok can now consider this newly rebranded hotel by Movenpick Hotels and Resorts set to reopen in 2019.
After signing a deal to manage and rebrand what was previously known as Nai Left Park Hotel in Bangkok’s downtown, Movenpick Hotels and Resorts now has nine properties in the country. This would be their third property in the said city alone.
The company has built their properties two previous properties, a convenient hotel in Sukhumvit called Movenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok, and Movenpick Residences Ekkamai Bangkok.
The third hotel’s location is just in the city’s central business district— on Wireless Road— a bustling area in the metropolitan. However, the property offers a place for guests to relax and unwind as it is surrounded by landscaped gardens.
It is also near embassies, malls, major attractions, and corporate offices. Guests can also have easy access to the city’s public transportation as the hotel is within walking distance from Phetchaburi MRT metro station and the Ploenchit BTS sky train station. Through these, guests can visit virtually any place in the city conveniently.
Rebranded and Restyled
The property offers 294 guest rooms, as well as business and leisure facilities for its guests.
Optimistic for the Future
According to Movenpick Hotel and Resorts’ Chief Development Officer Andrew Langdon, they are delighted to offer Movenpick’s style to the old property. Nah Let Park Hotel is a famous Bangkok landmark for more than thirty years, and the company is looking forward to managing such a hotel, as the opportunity to do so does not easily come by.
They are excited to usher the hotel towards a new era of health-conscious guests by providing high-quality wellness facilities in partnership with the BDMS Wellness Clinic. The Bangkok Dust Medical Services (BDMS) Company Limited started in October 30, 1969. IT was included on the Stock Exchange of Thailand in October 2, 1991, and became a public company limited in 1994. It is one of the top five private hospital groups around the world, with more of the most prestigious hospital networks across the Asia-Pacific region, owning up to 45 hospitals in the said network alone. They are lauded as one of the top in terms of revenue as well; ad offers high-quality treatment and care to local and international patients using their modern medical technology.