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Upscale BEST WESTERN PLUS to open soon in North Bangkok

(Bangkok – August 10th, 2015):  Best Western International is excited to announce plans to open its first hotel in the up-and-coming area of North Bangkok.
Scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2015, the new BEST WESTERN PLUS Wanda Grand Hotel will be strategically located close to a series of key business, leisure and MICE destinations.

These include the Central Chaeng Wattana shopping mall, IMPACT Mueang Thong Thani exhibition center, and the Thai government complex at Chaeng Wattana. The upscale hotel will also few hundred meters from the World Medical Center, allowing it to embrace all different types of traveler.

Located close to the city’s expressway network, it will also be easy for guests to travel to and from Bangkok’s two international airports, and across the city.

“I am delighted to reveal the new BEST WESTERN PLUS Wanda Grand Hotel, marking Best Western’s entry into one of Bangkok’s most exciting districts,” said Olivier Berrivin, Best Western International’s Managing Director of International Operations – Asia.

“We expect that this stylish upscale hotel will become a magnet for corporate travelers, due to its proximity to local businesses, government offices and IMPACT – Thailand’s biggest conference and events facility.”

BEST WESTERN PLUS Wanda Grand Hotel will provide 183 contemporary rooms and suites, including a range from superior to two-bedroom suite options, making it ideal for extended stay guests. All rooms will come equipped with a selection of upscale amenities, including flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, mini-bars and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Guests can enjoy excellent Thai and international cuisine at the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant, relax with a drink at the lobby lounge, or unwind in the swimming pool & fitness center.

For the corporate and events markets, BEST WESTERN PLUS Wanda Grand Hotel will also provide eight function rooms, including a vast 1,014m? banqueting hall.

“Bangkok is a global city and Best Western is delighted to be expanding the number of accommodation options for all types of traveler to the city,” Mr. Berrivin added.

“The opening of the BEST WESTERN PLUS Wanda Grand Hotel will mark a significant milestone in our development, and I look forward to welcoming our first guests to this excellent new upscale hotel later this year,” he concluded.
With the addition of the BEST WESTERN PLUS Wanda Grand Hotel, Best Western will offer a collection of seven hotels in Bangkok, covering three of its brands: classic BEST WESTERN, upscale BEST WESTERN PLUS and luxury BEST WESTERN PREMIER.


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