IMPACT Hotel Scheduled to Open in 2011

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 18 November 2009

A ground-breaking ceremony recently marked the launch of a two-billion baht, four-star hotel set to rise in the heart of IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center on the outskirts of Bangkok. Due for completion in 2011, the hotel will further cement IMPACTs reputation as one of Thailands finest MICE destinations.

Located between IMPACT Convention Center and Hall 1-8 of the Exhibition Center, the hotel will comprise of 381 guestrooms, fitted out to international standards and featuring mod-cons like LCD TV with satellite and cable channels, broadband high-speed internet and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Room types will include standard, deluxe, superior and suite, as well as specially designed rooms for the disabled.

Geared towards serving the needs and requirements of business travelers, the hotel will offer a variety of amenities to ensure comfort and convenience for guests doing business, attending a conference or trade fair.

The 24-hour business center will be able to assist them with complete secretarial services from facsimile to personal computers.

Another feature will be the transformation of an area at the Convention Center into a Thai spa with various treatment and massage rooms, as well as a gym and Irish pub to provide leisure options after a long day.

We intend to ensure guests will be able to enjoy the finest services, coupled with warm Thai hospitality, to make for an overall memorable experience while they focus their energies on achieving success with their business endeavors, said Mr. Paul Kanjanapas, Managing Director of IMPACT Exhibition Management Company Limited.

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