Marriott Opens Bangkok’s Largest Hotel

Marriott has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Thailand, with the opening of the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, formerly the Imperial Queen’s Park, providing business travellers with another option for world-class meeting experiences.

Marriott Hotels’ largest property in Asia Pacific and the first Marquis in the region, the hotel now comprises of 1,360 guestrooms and suites after undergoing a multi-million dollar transformation. The rooms and suites range from 32sqm Deluxe Rooms, to a 750sqm Sky Suite. All guestrooms feature work surfaces, floor-to-ceiling windows, and Marriott’s signature Revive bedding.

The hotel boasts over 5,000sqm of function space across more than 30 different venues. These include a 1,261sqm Grand Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 1,100 guests, and a series of flexible and multi-purpose meeting venues ideal for corporate retreats or social gatherings. The hotel also features a spa, a 24-hour fitness centre, and two outdoor swimming pools.

Centrally located on Sukhumvit 22 Road, the new Marriott hotel is within walking distance of the Phrom Phong BTS Skytrain and Sukhumvit MRT stations.

“This opening will significantly enhance Bangkok’s status as a venue for major international conferences and events,” Bob Fabiano, general manager of Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. “The hotel’s launch supports the national strategy – led by the Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) and Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) – to position the Kingdom as a leading meeting and convention hub for the Asia Pacific region.”

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