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Mon, 10 August 2015

Best Western Plus Hotel to Open on Chaengwattana Road in Nonthaburi, Thailand

Best Western will expand its portfolio of hotels in Thailand when the Best Western Plus Wanda Grand Hotel opens in Nonthaburi, just north of Bangkok, in Q4 2015.

The Best Western Wanda Grand Hotel is located opposite the impressive Central Chaengwattana shopping mall and close to Pak Kret, a popular tourist destination, as well as one of the most important convention, exhibition and entertainment venues in Thailand - Impact Mueang Thong Thani.

Numerous Thai government offices are also located on, or around, the Chaengwattana Road area.

“I am delighted to reveal the new Best Western Plus Wanda Grand Hotel, marking Best Western’s entry into one of Bangkok’s most exciting districts,” said Olivier Berrivin, Best Western International’s Managing Director of International Operations – Asia. “We expect that this stylish upscale hotel will become a magnet for corporate travelers, due to its proximity to local businesses, government offices and Impact – Thailand’s biggest conference and events facility.”

Best Western Plus Wanda Grand Hotel will offer 183 rooms and suites, including some two-bedroom suite options which are expected to be popular for extended stay guests.

All rooms will feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a mini-bar and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The hotel’s all-day dining restaurant will offer Thai and international cuisine, while guests will also be able to enjoy a drink at the lobby lounge.

The hotel will also have a swimming pool, fitness center and eight function rooms, including a vast 1,014m² banqueting hall. 

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