Louvre Hotels & Golden Tulip to Open Bangkok Hotel

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Louvre Hotels & Golden Tulip is to open the Golden Tulip Mandison Suites in Bangkok, located on Sukhumvit Soi 20, in February 2011.

Situated in the prime Sukhumvit business district of Bangkok, the Golden Tulip Mandison Suites is centrally located within walking distance to the BTS Sky Train and MRT Subway.

The Golden Tulip Mandison Suites will feature 118 suites, ranging from Deluxe to 2-bedroom Suites with rooms between 40 - 90 square meters in size.

Our rooms are designed with the diverse needs of todays world travelers in mind. Whether they are business, leisure, families, groups, or couples, they can find all the details and amenities, as well as our location within Bangkok is best suited for everyone, said Claude Baltes, General Manager of Golden Tulip Mandison Suites. We are expanding in Bangkok to serve guests who are familiar with the brand and are looking to stay with us, as well as extending our reach to guests who have not yet experienced our Golden Carpet Services and feel the difference.

Following the opening of the Golden Tulip Mandison Suites, Golden Tulip will rollout more properties across Bangkok next year to strengthen Golden Tulips presence and investment in Thailand.

We plan on rolling out more properties in Bangkok next year to meet the demands of guests, as well as to invest in Thailand, which is a key strategic market for Golden Tulip. We are confident the tourism industry will bounce back next year and we will be ready for the high demand for high standards of service, comfort, and an unparalleled value, Mr. Baltes added.

Golden Tulip opened its doors earlier this year to the Golden Tulip Mangosteen Resort and Spa in Phuket. The luxurious resort with 41 villas features an Ayurveda Spa.

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