Mövenpick to rebrand Nai Lert Park Hotel in Bangkok

The renowned Nai Lert Park Hotel just became Movenpick’s ninth luxurious property in Thailand, with a planned 2019 reopening for this Bangkok mainstay. The hotel will feature superb design and a variety of new amenities. Movenpick has placed a heavy emphasis on wellness, and the Nai Lert Park Hotel will offer a wide variety of health, fitness and wellness services in concert with BDMS. This includes athletic facilities, a spa and an array of delicious and wholesome organic Thai cuisine and refreshments.

Key Takeaways:

  • The Nai Lert Park Hotel‘s location gives easy access to local transit and an adjoining BDMS medical services clinic.
  • Movenpick’s vision for the Nai Lert Park Hotel focuses largely around collaborating with BDMS to make it into a wellness resort boasting modern design and healthy amenities.
  • The refurbished hotel will include excellent pool and fitness facilities and a spa complemented by delicious and wholesome organic Thai cuisine.

“Offering 294 stylish guest rooms and a wide range of business and leisure facilities, it will be the hospitality firm’s third property in the Thai capital, joining Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok and Mövenpick Residences Ekkamai Bangkok.”

Read more at the original source: http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/news/article/moevenpick-to-rebrand-nai-lert-park-hotel-in-bangkok/#When:09:21:39Z

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