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Compass Hospitality Opens President Palace Hotel in Bangkok

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Compass Hospitality has expanded its impressive portfolio of properties in Bangkok with the opening of the President Palace Hotel.

 The President Palace Hotel is located in the trendy Sukhumvit Soi 11 of downtown Sukhumvit Road home to some of Bangkoks best shopping, dining, entertainment, leisure and business offices.

It is just a short walk away from Nana BTS Skytrain Station and Asoke-Sukhumvit Interchange MRT Station, offering fast and comfortable train rides to all major destinations in this vibrant capital city.

 Nearby expressways link guests to airports, industrial areas, world class golf courses, and onwards to outlying hill retreats and getaway seaside resorts.

The President Palace features 236 rooms, ranging in size from 34 to 48 square meters, specially fashioned with elegance, comfort and convenience in mind.

Standard amenities include double-glazed windows, comfortable beddings, a living cum working area, 32-inch LCD TV with local and international channels, broadband and wireless Internet access, bedside control panel, personal electronic safe, minibar, and coffee and tea making facility.

 Ensuite bathrooms are designed with glass mosaic accents and feature hair dryer and premium bathroom amenities.

President Palace also offers 60 well-appointed Superior and Deluxe Club rooms equipped with special amenities that include an entertainment system.

 Club floor guests can enjoy exclusive access to the facilities and services at the Club Lounge. Occupying the 16th floor of the property, the spacious lounge provides guests staying on the club floors with private check-in and check-out, daily Continental buffet breakfast, evening cocktail with canaps, Internet workstations, wireless Internet access, and usage of boardroom and meeting services.

Banquet facilities at the property can seat up to 80 persons and feature the latest audio-visual equipment.

In addition to these facilities, President Palace offers business guests on the move with wireless Internet access in all public areas and a business centre providing full business services.

 President Palace is also home to the very first Manchester United Restaurant & Bar in Thailand. Guests and Red Devil fans can enjoy the memorabilia decorating the premises, cheer Manchester Uniteds action playing on the video projection screens, buy Manchester United merchandise, and even socialize with visiting star players from time-to-time.

The Splash Bar by the pool, set amidst a lush landscape, offers the perfect place to unwind and relax under shaded canopies in the balmy weather. The Splash Bar serves a refreshing variety of chilled exotic tropical cocktails and delicious light snacks throughout the day and evening.

A fully-equipped fitness centre, complete with flat screen TV broadcasting satellite programs and music channels, provides an inspiring environment for an invigoration work-out. For recreation, one can choose to relax by the pool or enjoy a swim under the hot tropical sun.

To celebrate its opening, the President Palace is offering Superior Rooms from THB 2,599 with breakfast for two persons, welcome cocktails in the Manchester United Restaurant & Bar and complimentary in-room internet access. The promotion is available for a limited time only. Terms and conditions apply.

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