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Best Western Opens Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel

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The Best Western Premier Amaranth Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, a new-build hotel, has opened for business.

The seven-storey, 278-room hotel features 238 deluxe suites and 39 Executive Club Floor rooms. Thai contemporary style influenced by modern Western refinement characterizes the dcor. All rooms include IDD telephone and a large work area as well as LCD flat screen TV with cable channels.

Other Best Western Premier standard amenities include complementary WiFi access in all guest rooms and public areas and electronic key card room access.

Food and beverage facilities comprise Bua Chompoo, a smart-casual all-day dining a la carte and buffet restaurant, a classic Japanese restaurant, Red Brown, a lively lobby lounge and bar, and a pool bar.

Recreation amenities include a large, landscaped swimming pool and gymnasium featuring state-of-the-art fitness equipment.

The Ama Spa offers a range of massages and beauty treatments delivered by expert therapists in a stylish yet tranquil atmosphere.

Full banqueting and conferencing facilities are also offered. The Amaranth Ballroom has a capacity of up to 800 guests while smaller rooms are designed to host 30 classroom style conferences. All are fully equipped with high-end audio visual amenities. Business guests are also served by a deluxe business center.

For guests convenience, the Best Western Premier Amaranth Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel operates its own shuttle bus services to and from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport as well as to BITEC Convention Centre, Bangna, and major points of access to downtown Bangkok.

The hotel is the 18th Best Western Premier hotel in Asia and the first in Bangkok.

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