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ibis adds new hotel option to IMPACT Muang Thong Thani vicinity
Bangkok, March 7, 2017
The 587-room ibis Bangkok IMPACT is the latest accommodation option to open in close proximity to IMPACT Arena, Exhibition and Convention Centre (also known as IMPACT Muang Thong Thani) in the Thai capital city.
The 18-storey premium economy hotel features 54 interconnecting rooms, 475 twin rooms, 112 king rooms and 13 rooms for guest with special needs. Each room is equipped with a 32-inch flat-screen LED TVs, an in-room safe, as well as tea and coffee facilities.
Dining facilities within the hotel include the 500-seat TASTE Restaurant and a 24-hour ibis café and bar. The ibis Web Corner offers guest Wi-Fi access and a place to work or relax while listening to music from a digital jukebox.
General manager Fraser McKenzie said: “The opening of ibis Bangkok IMPACT further enhances the reputation of IMPACT (Muang Thong Thani) as one of the best meeting and event venues in Thailand. As the only economy branded property here, the new hotel perfectly complements Novotel Bangkok IMPACT in offering the best accommodation options for visitors to IMPACT."
Ibis Bangkok IMPACT is a 15-minute drive from Don Mueang International Airport and 30-minute drive from downtown Bangkok. The hotel is served by various transportation options such as public vans, IMPACT Link vans connecting to the BTS Mochit station and the MRT Chatuchak Park station. The MRT Pink line, which will include a stop at IMPACT Arena, Exhibition and Convention Center is under construction and expected to launch in 2020.
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