Mövenpick Hotels Opens its First Serviced Apartments Concept in Asia

Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts has launched a new serviced apartment property, The Mövenpick Residences Ekkamai Bangkok, the brand’s second property in the Thai capital, offering business travellers convenient accommodation in the bustling city.

The newly built property features 158 serviced apartments that offer long-stay guests a choice of fully furnished studios, and 1- and 2- bedroom apartments in Bangkok’s vibrant Ekkamai neighbourhood, which is known for its hip cafes and fine restaurants.

The units range from 32sqm to 75sqm, with bright, contemporary décor and a choice of sweeping city views through floor-to-ceiling windows. All the residences are fully fitted, and include kitchen equipment, flat-screen TVs, and complimentary wifi.

There is a 25-metre outdoor saltwater swimming pool, an indoor rooftop fitness centre, and well-equipped meeting and function spaces.

A selection of dishes is offered throughout the day at the on-site restaurant, while for those who prefer to venture out there’s a regular shuttle service which passes through the area’s main dining zones to drop off guests at the nearest BTS sky train station.

“The high quality of finishing and variety of spacious layouts, combined with our Swiss attention to detail is sure to make Mövenpick Residences Ekkamai Bangkok a high-demand option in an area that’s already popular with long-term expatriates,” says Andrew Langdon, Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts global chief development officer and senior vice president Asia.

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