Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok and Bangkok Hospital are giving local residents the opportunity to experience the safety and seclusion of their Alternative State Quarantine programme, which combines two weeks of spacious accommodation with world-class medical monitoring, a private home pick-up service, and a wealth of extra amenities.
The programme welcomes all Thai nationals and expats who wish to volunteer a self-quarantine, be it for work, rest or recuperation, in a safe environment away from their family members.
Set amid lush tropical gardens, with verdant lawns, over 50 different species of plants, towering century-old trees, cascading waterfalls and soothing koi carp ponds, Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok presents an ideal destination for health-conscious guests with a need or desire to self-isolate.
Priced from 64,000 baht (US$2,120) net per person, the Health Watch package includes medical care courtesy of Bangkok Hospital, with daily health monitoring at the hotel under nurse supervision, two Covid-19 tests, immune system enhancing supplements, and access to the hospital’s doctors via TytoCare, the on-demand medical examination service.
Accommodation options range from the 42m2 Superior Rooms to the 164m2 Presidential Suite or Royal Suite. Complimentary Wi-Fi, 55-inch Smart TVs, and access to over 7,000 newspaper and magazine titles via the PressReader app will also ensure that every guest is kept fully connected, while the Paragon Chat & Shop @ ASQ app offers retail therapy with purchases delivered to the hotel on the same day.
Guests are able to order from regularly rotating menus that feature more than 150 nutritious dishes, along with plenty of vegetarian options. The hotel’s room service menu is also accessible, and guests can enjoy a selection of tasty pastries and cakes from Rim Klong Café.
Programme benefits extend beyond check-out. Upon departure, guests will be rewarded with a Health Watch membership card, which grants them discounted F&B, dining and stays in the future.