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Amari Airport Hotel in Bangkok turns to MICE market

Travel News Asia Friday, 6 October 2006

The new Amari Don Muang Airport Hotel (formerly Amari Airport Hotel) has, since the announcement of the new Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok, been industriously planning its next steps into the future with optimism and a targeted approach.

The Amari Don Muang Airport Hotel is now focused on a new target audience with a refined and streamlined service offering, catering to meetings, conferences, weddings and other functions.

With its quiet location, Don Muang is close enough to the city centre, easily within a 25-30mins trip on the expressway, but far enough away from the noise and bustle to allow business meetings and private functions to go off without a hitch. The efficient professional management and staff of the hotel are used to working under high-pressured multi-cultural situations and offer calm and seamless service for any event and any type of clientele. 

By the end of the year, Amari Don Muang will have a complete offering of 6 meeting rooms and boardrooms of varying size, from 135 sq.m to 600 sq.m, including 2 stylish ballrooms. It also has 4 restaurants and bars, including Zeppelin Restaurant, Henry J. Beans Bar and Grill, the Cockpit Lounge and the Executive Lounge on the Executive Floor.

The hotel believes it can maintain and grow its commercial and government seminar business, along with weddings, product launches and training seminars on weekends, as well as outside catering for private and corporate events and parties.

Although no longer an airport hotel itself, the hotel is not too far from Suvarnabhumi Airport, with only a 45minute transfer time by expressway. The hotel continues to boast tropical gardens a beautiful pool, as well as a gym and massage rooms to unwind after a days meetings, or a hectic sightseeing tour. 

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