Accor has expanded its portfolio of Mövenpick
hotels in the Kingdom of Thailand, with the opening of the
Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok in the Thai capital.
The resort, which first opened in 1984 as the
Hilton Nai Lert Park, is surrounded by 1.2-acres of lush greenery
with trees dating back over a century. It is a 10 to 15-minute walk to Ploenchit BTS skytrain station with major shopping malls
such as Central Embassy and Central Chidlom located nearby.
The property has been completely renovated since
it closed in 2016 and now features 293 rooms and suites with
balconies that overlook the gardens.
The hotel boasts 2,000 square metres of
indoor function space, an outdoor garden area and pool, as well as
fitness centre featuring equipment
designed by David Health Solutions. A spa and a Thai specialty
restaurant are scheduled to open at the end of the year.
Visiting guests can opt to visit BDMS Wellness Clinic,
adjacent to the hotel, for a range of preventive healthcare
treatments including physiotherapy, digestive wellness, dental and
“With travelers placing more value on
health and wellness than ever before, we are very excited to bring
this innovative new concept to the market. Increasingly, wellness
is moving beyond the walls of the spa and fitness areas with
guests also wanting greater access to personalized programming.
Our new offering in Bangkok is a perfect example of how Accor and
its leading hotel brands are meeting this need and delivering
sustainable, approachable wellbeing concepts to visiting guests as
well as local communities,” said, Lindsay Madden-Nadeau, Director
of Well-Being, Accor.
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts currently operates hotels in Phuket, Pattaya, Chiang Mai and Hua Hin. Mövenpick BDMS
Wellness Resort Bangkok is Accor’s third Mövenpick property in
Bangkok, joining the
Mövenpick Bangkok Sukhumvit and Mövenpick
Residences Ekkamai Bangkok.
The General Manager of Mövenpick BDMS Wellness
Resort Bangkok is Bruno Huber.
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