Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort opens in Bangkok

At Accor's Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok visitors to the dining space literally will feel they are in an urban jungle. Photo credit: Accor

Accor's Mӧvenpick Hotels & Resorts has opened the Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok in the Thai capital

“Bangkok is a bustling and vibrant metropolis that travelers from all over the world aspire to visit at least once in their lifetime. We are delighted to bring a hotel inspired by such a unique wellness concept into the heart of the city, where our guests can relax within lush green gardens whilst enjoying convenient access to the BDMS Wellness Clinic.” said Patrick Basset, COO/Accor for Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia and the Maldives.

The 1.2-acre resort has 293 rooms and suites with balconies that overlook gardens, and guestrooms come with yoga mats, a dedicated health and fitness television channel and a range of signature in-room amenities.

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“With travelers placing more value on health and wellness than ever before, we are very excited to bring this innovative new concept to the market. Increasingly, wellness is moving beyond the walls of the spa and fitness areas with guests also wanting greater access to personalized programming.  Our new offering in Bangkok is a perfect example of how Accor and its leading hotel brands are meeting this need and delivering sustainable, approachable well-being concepts to visiting guests as well as local communities,” said Lindsay Madden-Nadeau, director of well-being, Accor.

The hotel also has 2,000 square meters of indoor function space that includes a grand ballroom and six multi-functional meeting rooms. The property features an outdoor garden, pool, a fitness center and a spa. A Thai specialty restaurant is slated to open by year’s end.

A range of organic food offerings are available at the resort’s restaurant, Tamarind Natural Dining, while the Cinnamon lobby lounge provides wines and other beverages.

A Holiday with Healthcare

Visiting guests can opt to visit BDMS Wellness Clinic adjacent the hotel for a range of preventive healthcare treatments, including physiotherapy, digestive wellness, dental and fertility treatments.

“Our two companies complement each other perfectly; combining Mövenpick’s distinctive Swiss style with our clinic’s world-class preventative medical services, Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok will introduce a brand new concept to the market. We look forward to embarking on an exciting era of holistic hospitality,” said Raymond Chong, CEO/BDMS Wellness Clinic.

“In recent years, Thailand’s capital city has become a popular destination for medical tourism and the opening of Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok gives travelers an added choice with its central location and leading wellness and MICE facilities,” added Bruno Huber, the resort's general manager.

Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok joins more than 85 Mövenpick hotels and resorts in 25 countries. In Thailand, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts operates in destinations that include Phuket, Pattaya, Chiang Mai and Hua Hin. Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok is Accor’s third Mövenpick property in Bangkok, joining the Mövenpick Bangkok Sukhumvit and Mövenpick Residences Ekkamai Bangkok.

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