After closing its history last year, Thailand’s iconic Nai Lert Park Hotel is coming back to life as Movenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok that is scheduled to reopen early next year.
Nestled on Wireless Road in downtown Bangkok this incarnation will provide world-class wellness facilities, elegant accommodation and best hospitality services to ensure a luxurious experience for health-conscious guests. Shady and relaxing with lush landscaped gardens, the hotel will offer 294 stylish rooms and easy access to Ploenchit BTS skytrain station and Phetchaburi MRT metro station, perfect for getting around.
“Opportunities to manage legendary hotels do not arise often, and we’re delighted to bring Movenpick’s signature style to the Nai Lert Park Hotel, which has been a Bangkok landmark for more than three decades,” said Andrew Langdon, chief development officer for Movenpick Hotels & Resorts.
“We look forward to moving this captivating property into an exciting new era as we introduce a healthconscious generation of guests to Movenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok and further provide worldclass wellness facilities in association with the adjoining BDMS Wellness Clinic.”
All rooms and suites will feature contemporary designs and hightech amenities while resort facilities will include a large freeform outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre and wellness spa. The restaurant will serve all natural, organic Thai and international cuisine, the lobby lounge will offer allday healthconscious refreshments and the pool bar will provide the perfect spot for informal gatherings.
The resort will also become a preferred meetings and events destination with its ballroom and function rooms featuring natural light and direct garden access, able to cater to groups of all sizes, from intimate social occasions to largescale corporate conferences, while the greenish garden provides a romantic setting for al fresco events and weddings.
“We are excited to work with Movenpick to introduce a Wellness Resort with worldclass hospitality as well as specialised inhouse wellness programmes that are designed for prevention and the achievement of a healthy lifestyle,” said Dr Poramaporn PrasarttongOsoth, chief operating officer of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services.
Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS) was established in 1969 and is ranked in the top five private hospital groups globally in terms of revenue. It is one of the most prestigious hospital networks in the AsiaPacific region with a total of 45 hospitals across the network that have been accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI).
Find out more at www.BDMS.co.th.