LE MÉRIDIEN will debut its first golf resort in Asia-Pacific with the September opening of Le Méridien Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok Golf Resort & Spa.
Situated on Bangna-Trad Road, the resort is a 15-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and a 40-minute drive to Bangkok’s city centre.
The property features 223 guestrooms including 22 Grande Suites and one Presidential Suite, all of which sport balconies with views of the golf course.
Golf enthusiasts can look forward to teeing off at the resort’s 18-hole professional golf course designed by golfing legend Nick Faldo, boasting scenic lakes, hills and sand bunkers.
F&B options at the property include: Latest Recipe, which serves a mix of international, Asian and Thai cuisines; Italian restaurant Favola, equipped with a wood-fired oven for pizzas and a wine cellar; and Latitude 13º 39’ that morphs from casual coffee house by day to bar by night.
Other notable facilities are the Le Méridien Explore Spa with 11 treatment rooms, a fitness centre, the Le Méridien Kids’ Club, an infinity pool, 740m2 of meeting and function space, and a Master Barista who will lead all coffee-related initiatives at the hotel. Master Baristas are a recently launched initiative to meet the growing demands of coffee lovers at every Le Méridien hotel.
To mark the opening, Le Méridien Suvarnabhumi, Bangkok Golf Resort & Spa has rolled out two introductory packages.
The Discovery Awaits package is priced from 4,333+++ baht (US$134) per room for the Grand Deluxe room, and bundles breakfast for two, free in-room high-speed Internet access and free airport transfers.
Golfers can take up the Bangkok Golf Vacation package that starts from 6,100+++ baht and includes breakfast for one, a daily round of golf per person and caddie fee, and late check-out at 16.00 subject to availability. Both deals are valid for stays from September 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015.
Visit www.lemeridien.com/suvarnabhumi for more information.