Thailand hotel brand Amari is set to extend its brand with the planned October opening of its Amari Residences Bangkok. The 128-room property is located adjacent to the Bangkok Hospital and within easy access of the new airport link and expressway.
Thailand hotel brand Amari is set to extend its brand with the planned October opening of its Amari Residences Bangkok.
The 128-room property is located adjacent to the Bangkok Hospital and within easy access of the new airport link and expressway. It feature a range of accommodation including 24 studios measuring 47-49 sqm in size; 92 one-bedroom apartments from 59 sqm to 84 sqm, and 12 two-bedroom units with between 81 and 84 sqm of living space.
Services and facilities at the Amari Residences Bangkok will include complimentary shuttle service every two hours to Bangkok’s Airport Link and to the city’s shopping district, a personal maid service on request, emphasis on wellness in the culinary offerings, from herbs cultivated in the hotel’s garden to healthy choices in the all-day dining restaurant, and a medical services co-ordinator.
All residences will feature fully-equipped kitchens including microwave, refrigerator and stove, a functional work space, bathrooms with separate bathtub and shower areas in the larger apartments, wi-fi Internet access, a high-definition television with satellite and cable programmes and a DVD player. The property will also offer two function rooms catering for up to 50 people.
The range of recreational facilities at the hotel will include landscaped gardens, a jogging track, a well-equipped fitness room and a rooftop 23-metre swimming pool and landscaped gardens. There will also be a Sivara Spa and Sivara Salon for pampering and beauty services.
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