Expansive and ambitious property set to open just three kilometers from Bangkok’s main international airport.
Update: The opening date of this hotel has been changed to
June August 2014
There are few words that will catch a world traveling golfer’s attention faster than the following: Sir Nick Faldo-designed course. Faldo has more than 50 projects completed or underway around the globe and each is unique in its reflection of the golf champion’s personal vision. One of those upcoming projects is the Summit Windmill Golf Club which will be located at Le Méridien Suvarnabhumi Golf Resort & Spa, just three miles from the Suvarnabhumi International Airport in the Samut Prakan District.
It doesn’t all revolve around 18 holes however. Plans for Le Méridien Suvarnabhumi Golf Resort & Spa show a beautiful property centered around a large infinity swimming pool that spills over the far edge in a dramatic waterfall then flows through a green space in the form of a river. Large picture windows and balconies with clear partitions look over the property. The resort will feature 214 guest rooms, a serviced apartment complex, a fitness center, a nearly 1,400 square foot spa and business center. Plans also reveal three resort restaurants serving a variety of cuisines. There’s a whopping 900 square feet of meeting space including four meeting rooms, a 350-square meter ballroom and a pre-function space.
Le Méridien Suvarnabhumi Golf Resort & Spa has been a bit of a tease as it was originally scheduled to open in 2006. Currently the property is scheduled to open January 31st, 2014 and fans of Le Méridien properties hope this date sticks. The luxury brand boasts a portfolio of more than 120 hotels in nearly 50 countries around the world. Other locations in Thailand include presences in Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Pattaya, Krabi and Phuket with more under development in Samut, Prakan, Pattaya and Hua Hin. Le Méridien has also teamed up with JAL-owned Nikko hotels to offer guests access to an additional 52 properties.