Aloft opened its first hotel in Thailand

Aloft opened its first hotel in Thailand
Aloft opened its first hotel in Thailand

The first Aloft hotel was solemnly opened in Thailand. The hotel opened its doors in the central district of the capital - Sukhumvit. The district name is included in the hotel title. The full name of the hotel is Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11.

Aloft is a new type of hotel, which is now promoted by the Starwood Corporation along with another hotel brand with similar concept - W hotels. Design, style and high-tech are the main elements that characterize Aloft hotels. As for Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11, here were preserved all inherent features of the brand: loft guest rooms, specially designed beds, large shower rooms, where can be found brand cosmetics and body care products from Bliss Spa and more.

New Aloft hotel in Bangkok is designed for 296 rooms. Among other services guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi Internet access, as well as 42-inch plasma TVs, which can also be used for lighting the room.

In addition to the room facilities Aloft Bangkok hotel offers its guests bars with ultramodern design, restaurant, 24h fitness center and outdoor pool. One of the zests of the Aloft hotel is a golf simulator. Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11 is now the only hotel, which offers such services in the center of Bangkok.

Location is one of main hotel advantages. Sukhumvit is the most famous Bangkok district, where are concentrated main shopping malls of the city. Thus, hotel guests can choose real Thai souvenirs, fashionable clothing or accessories avoiding the tedious walking along one of the largest cities in Asia.

Opening of Aloft hotel in Bangkok continued Starwood’s campaign on increasing its presence in the global hotel market. South-East Asia is still one of the corporation’s key development areas. For example, in 2013 the company intends to present new Aloft hotel for 483 rooms in another Asian metropolis - the capital of Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur.

Ilya Kalachev

Date: 06/12/2011

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