IHG Opens Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Sathorn

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InterContinental Hotels Group has opened the Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Sathorn.

Owned by TCC Hotels Group, the 184-room hotel is the brands third property in the country and the second in the capital city.

Around 30 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport and with a central location in the Sathorn business district, Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Sathorn is close to major international corporate offices, as well as the vibrant Silom area, which is famous for its shopping, dining and entertainment options.

Opening our second Holiday Inn Express property in the centre of Thailands capital offers both business and leisure guests an amazing opportunity to stay in an ideal location whether visiting the city for work or to absorb the diverse and colourful culture, electric nightlife and famous cuisine. Last year Thailand achieved record numbers of tourist arrivals, with over 26 million visitors from around the world, making the country an important part of our growth strategy in South East Asia, said Clarence Tan, Chief Operating Officer South East Asia and Resorts, IHG.

Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Sathorn offers guests free Wi-Fi, a free Express Start Breakfast or Grab & Go option and a fully-equipped fitness room.

Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Sathorn is the eighth Holiday Inn Express to open in Southeast Asia, less than two years after the brand made its debut in the region. The new hotel joins Holiday Inn Express Bangkok Siam and Holiday Inn Express Phuket Patong Beach Central as the third property in Thailand, which will soon be followed by the Holiday Inn Express Sukhumvit 11, which is slated to open later this year.

IHG, Holiday Inn Express, Sathorn, Bangkok, Thailand

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