Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Showcases Bangkok’s Newest Style Icon To Tourism Authority Of Thailand International Offices.
Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 recently hosted a prestigious visit of international office directors from the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) keen to experience the latest five star hotel in the Thai capital.
TAT representatives from United States, Canada and Europe enjoyed a guided tour of the property and a chance to celebrate its opening.
Left To Right: Mr. Steve Johnson – Marketing Manager US, Mr. Ali Marzouki – Representative Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Bosnia Herzegovina, Mr. Gere Gretz – Country Manager Switzerland, Ms. Supranee Pongpat – Director TAT Germany, Mr. Jackson Ferguson, Director of Sales & Marketing, Movenpick Bangkok, Ms. Nattapun Runyasewa – Director of Sales & Marketing Movenpick Pattaya, Ms. Kayla Shubert – Representative for Canada, Ms. Moltip Thongsriket – Marketing Manager Germany, Mr. Bogdan Gilgor – PR & Marketing Representative Balkan Office.
“We are delighted that so early into our stay here on Sukhumvit 15 the Tourism Authority of Thailand has come to see what the buzz is all about,” said Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Director of Sales and Marketing Jackson Ferguson.
Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 recently made its debut in one of the Thai capital’s most prime locations on Sukhumvit Road.
The five-star hotel is the Swiss hospitality firm’s first city hotel in Thailand, but its fourth in the Southeast Asian country, where three other upscale beach properties one in Koh Samui and two in Phuket are already well established.
Just a few steps from Sukhumvit Road, Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok has an enviable location for both leisure and business travellers.
Pick of the bunch: Movenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok boasts an enviable location for work and play while offering a sanctuary in the city.
Tourists can enjoy the views from the Rainforest Rooftop bar a 20-metre pool and bar whilst those travelling for business will have up to 330 square metres of meeting space at their disposal. Both will enjoy the cosy courtyard featuring a unique two-storey waterfall. Food outlets will serve a range of high-quality cuisine from Thai classics to European and international dishes.
Mövenpick’s Bangkok debut signals the firm’s on-going expansion commitments in Thailand, where the firm has signed and sealed deals for two further properties; one in Pattaya opening in 2016 and another resort property planned for Hua Hin.
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