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Wed, 12 June 2019

Accor Opens ibis Styles Bangkok Ratchada

Accor has expanded its already impressive portfolio of hotels in Thailand with the opening of the ibis Styles Bangkok Ratchada.

Located just steps from Huai Khwang subway station, each of the 266 rooms range in size from 25 sqm for a Standard Room to 34 sqm for a Family Room which can accommodate up to four guests.

All rooms feature a 43 Smart TV, and the signature ibis Styles SweetBed.

Standard Queen Room at Ibis Styles Bangkok Ratchada Click to enlarge.

Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer of Accor for Upper Southeast & Northeast Asia and Maldives, said, A stylish yet economical hotel brand, ibis Styles is designed to be a center of unique design, theme and personality. With its excellent location along the citys mass transit line, coupled with comfortable bedding, free Wi-Fi, and family suites, ibis Styles Bangkok Ratchada is set to bring fun and comfort to business and leisure travelers in the neighbourhood.

The hotel has a bar, restaurant, three meeting rooms and a ballroom, a fitness center and a spa.

We look forward to welcoming guests to the newest trendy hotel on Bangkoks Ratchadapisek Road. With the MRT subway conveniently located in front of our hotel, and plenty of shopping and dining attractions nearby, the city is truly at our fingertips, said Warairat Sompong, General Manager of ibis Styles Bangkok Ratchada.

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