Mövenpick Rebranding NaiLert Park Hotel

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts have recently just signed an agreement as part of their efforts to expand their Thailand portfolio. The signing is an agreement for the rebranding and management of the renowned NaiLert Park Hotel, a hotel near BTS located in downtown Bangkok.

The upscale urban resort, strategically placed in the Thai capital’s Central Business District’s heart, on Wireless Road, will be re-opening under a new brand name and under Mövenpick’s management sometime in early 2019 following a comprehensive refurbishing.

This newly rebranded property, offering 294 guest rooms as well as a wide range of corporate and leisure facilities, will be the hospitality group’s third property in Bangkok, to operate alongside Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok and Mövenpick Residence Ekkamai Bangkok.

Taking advantage of the NaiLert Park Hotel’s strategic placement, this new hotel near BTS will be located at the heart of Bangkok’s CBD, near major attractions, shopping centres, embassies, and corporate offices, as well as being walking distance from two transportation hubs; the Ploenchit BTS Skytrain Station and the Phetchaburi MRT Metro Station, giving its guests plenty of options for convenient travel across the city.

Chief Development Officer Andrew Langdon, Mövenpick Hotel & Resorts, commented on the development, saying that opportunities to manage such illustrious properties rarely come, and that Mövenpick is delighted to deliver its unique style to the NaiLert Park Hotel, which has been a landmark of the Thai capital for at least three decades now.

He adds that the group is looking forward at moving this landmark into a new era as they rebrand it into the Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok, a hotel near BTS for the health-conscious traveller.

All rooms and suites in the property will sport contemporary aesthetics alongside the latest in amenities, with resort facilities like a fitness centre, large freeform outdoor swimming pool, and wellness spa, available for guest to enjoy. The in-house restaurant  will be offering all natural, organic cuisine, while the lobby lounge will be offering health-conscious beverages for guest all day.

The NaiLert Park Hotel originally opened back in 1984, but closed operations temporarily around the end of 2016 in order to undergo a complete refurbishment. Set to open next year as the Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok, the property will be offering the international standards and facilities the hotel group is known for.