By THE NATION
“We are excited to partner with the Erawan Group to launch this property,” Accor chief operating officer Patrick Basset said this week. “The combination of our Mercure and ibis brands will let guests choose between one of the world’s largest midscale brands and the most recognised economy brand, offering an unbeatable price-to-fun ratio.”
Mercure Bangkok Sukhumvit 24 will feature 201 rooms and suites, an all-day-dining restaurant, rooftop swimming pool, fitness centre and meeting facilities, complemented by the brand’s authentic, locally-inspired service.
Guests staying on the executive floor will enjoy access to the Executive Lounge for complimentary refreshments throughout the day.
The ibis Bangkok Sukhumvit 24 has 300 rooms, boasting a vibrant atmosphere and convenient amenities.
The hotel will offer the ibis “Mission 15” promise, which provides guests with prompt service and support within 15 minutes at any time during their stay.
“The two-in-one hotel concept offers our guests a superb choice between Mercure where business and leisure guests can experience local stories and ibis, a popular economy brand aimed at today’s budget-savvy and trendy travellers,” said Erawan Group senior vice president Youssef Elkhomri.