Novotel debuts flagship hotel in Bangkok

by | 22 Jan 2022 | Projects

Accor’s midscale brand has launched a newbuild property with 226 rooms and suites, three restaurants and an attractive outdoor pool near one of South-East Asia’s largest shopping malls.

Novotel Bangkok Future Park Rangsit is now hosting business and leisure travellers in the city’s Future Park Rangsit complex.

A heightened brand presence

The newly built Novotel Bangkok Future Park Rangsit provides guests with spacious, modular rooms benefitting from intuitive design and 24-hour dining options. It aims to provide balance and a sense of wellbeing across spaces designed for work, play and relaxation. The lobby, in particular, serves as a social hub throughout the day.

“We are truly excited to see the continued success of our renowned Novotel family,” said Garth Simmons, chief executive officer of Accor in Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea. “Novotel Bangkok Future Park Rangsit is our 22nd Novotel address in Thailand, which is testament to the excellent positioning and the love that our loyal guests have for this brand.

“We continue to evolve the offerings of Novotel to appeal to life-balance seekers that are either looking for comforting spaces to relax and disconnect from their busy lives, or reconnect and feel energised with social spaces while on the road for work. This new address is an excellent representation of the Novotel family, with fabulous leisure facilities and state-of-the-art equipment for meetings and events. This is a hotel perfect for staycations and business interactions, and we can’t wait to welcome travellers from both near and far.”

Signature Novotel amenities

The hotel’s 226 rooms and suites have been designed with comfort in mind, integrating locally inspired artwork into interiors in earthy tones. Eight configurations, from deluxe rooms to executive suites, come with signature Live N Dream beds, LED TVs, coffee and teamaking facilities, daybeds and workspace. Guests of executive rooms and suites also have access to the Premier Lounge.

Novotel Bangkok Future Park Rangsit is home to three restaurants: the all-day dining signature restaurant Food Exchange, Alberto’s Pizzeria for casual Italian dining, and a Sports Bar for those seeking a bite to eat along with their drinks.

Additional facilities at the latest outpost of Accor’s midscale brand Novotel include the Balance Fitness centre, an appealing outdoor swimming pool, a kids’ pool and sun loungers. Functions are to be accommodated in two ballrooms, which can also be divided into smaller spaces, and three meeting rooms. This event space comes with natural daylight, audiovisual technology, LED screens and complimentary wifi, as well as access to expert planners.

Conveniently located, the hotel is only a five-minute walk from the Future Park Rangsit shopping mall, with Don Mueang International Airport just 9 km away.

“With many golf courses nearby and the hotel’s strategic location within one of the largest shopping and entertainment complexes in Asia, Novotel Bangkok Future Park Rangsit is a perfect base to explore the up-and-coming Rangsit neighbourhood,” said Pierre-Yves Viou, general manager of Novotel Bangkok Future Park Rangsit. “The hotel offers local residents a relaxing and fun outer-city staycation experience.”

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