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Best Western Signs Hotel on Sukhumvit Soi 16 in Bangkok

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 8 April 2015
 

Best Western has signed a brand new midscale hotel in the central Sukhumvit district of Bangkok.

Located on Sukhumvit Soi 16, in the heart of Bangkoks main business and entertainment district, the new Best Western will offer 75 rooms all equipped with quality beds, flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The hotel, the seventh Best Western in Bangkok, will also include a restaurant serving both local and international cuisine, a fitness center and meeting space.

Tourism in Bangkok is a huge success story and Best Western is delighted to play such a major part in it, said Ron Pohl, Best Western Internationals Senior Vice President of Brand Management. The worlds appetite for the Thai capital appears to be insatiable, with visitor numbers to the city now rebounding strongly from 2014. With its unsurpassed shopping, dining and spa offerings, many iconic attractions and an exciting, vibrant atmosphere, Bangkok is rightly one of the worlds most popular tourist destinations. With six hotels already present in the city, Best Western has a huge amount of confidence in Bangkoks long-term prosperity. The launch of a seventh hotel, right in the center of Sukhumvit, demonstrates our continued faith and this dynamic destination.

The hotel is scheduled to open in Q4 2016.

Best Western, Bangkok, Sukhumvit

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