Holiday Inn® Bangkok Unveils Its New Look

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Following a multimillion investment, Holiday Inn® Bangkok is fully re-opening its doors to offer warm and friendly service to the discerning traveller to find joy in travel and empowers them to do more of what they love while staying for business affairs, cultural adventures, family holidays, shopping, weekend getaways or social gatherings. 

We are thrilled to be introducing our master vision “back to nature”. In addition to unveiling our new guestrooms, we have transformed the traditional hotel lobby. Our hotel Open Lobby, Connexion, is combining the front desk, restaurant, bar, lounge and business centre into one open, cohesive space, while refreshing the design to give it a contemporary feel. Coming to Holiday Inn Bangkok is an escape from the busy of this thriving and cosmopolitan city. Guests will be welcomed in a relaxed and nature inspired lifestyle environment complimented across our 379 guestrooms.

This concept permeates once entering, offering a contemporary living space, an extension to someone’s home to relax, catch up with friends, stream emails while enjoying a variety of freshly prepared juices, hot beverages and a grab & go selection.

Two new venues have been transformed: Ginger, the all-day dining connecting to the pool area. A singular design offering a true oasis of relaxation in the centre of Bangkok.

Beer Republic, our 1920’s European industrial inspired warehouse. With high ceiling indoor and outside space this is the definitive must try for beer aficionados. A place to chill out in a fun and lively atmosphere, with over 70 beers, alongside delicious Thai & European Bar food.

Holiday Inn® Bangkok is easily accessible from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, the Airport Rail Link connection via Chit Lom BTS sky train, and Don Mueang International Airport. It is also close to cultural attractions including the Royal Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha Temple, Chao Phraya River with direct modern air-conditioned public transport. Thailand’s largest shopping malls and many popular markets are within walking distance, while some of the city’s world-class medical centers are a mere ten minutes away.

Ribbon cutting ceremony, 23 April 2018 (from left to right): Khun Kirati Saingam, General Manager Holiday Inn Bangkok, Clarence Tan, Managing Director South East Asia and Korea, Khun Vikorn Srivikorn, Vice Chairman, President Hotels & Tower Co., Ltd, Dr Chatchawin Charoen-Rajapark, Managing Director, President Hotels & Tower Co., Ltd, Kenneth Macpherson, Chief Executive Officer, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia, Thomas Schmelter, Director of Operations IHG Thailand & IndoChina.