Mövenpick opens first serviced apartments in Asia

Mövenpick opens first serviced apartments in Asia

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has launched a brand new serviced apartment property, its second property in the Thai capital – the Mövenpick Residences Ekkamai Bangkok.

The newly built property features 158 serviced apartments and offers long-stay guests a choice of fully furnished studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments in Bangkok’s vibrant Ekkamai neighbourhood, an area known for its hip cafes, fine restaurants and boutique shopping options.

Built by award-winning Thai developer Nusasiri, Mövenpick Residences Ekkamai Bangkok is the global hotel group’s second offering in Thailand’s gateway city, and stands as a flagship for the brand’s contemporary serviced apartment concept in Asia.

“We are delighted to partner with such a well-established name in Thai real estate as we extend Mövenpick’s reach beyond hotels and resorts into the fast growing serviced apartment sector,” says Andrew Langdon, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts global chief development officer.

“The high quality of finishing and variety of spacious layouts, combined with our Swiss attention to detail is sure to make Mövenpick Residences
Ekkamai Bangkok a high-demand option in an area that’s already popular with long-term expatriates.”

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Units range in size from 32 sqm to 75 sqm with bright, contemporary décor and a choice of sweeping city views through floor-to-ceiling windows.

All the residences come fully fitted, including kitchen equipment, also feature flat screen TVs offering numerous cable channels in multiple languages and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Beyond their private spaces, residents enjoy access to a generous 25-metre outdoor saltwater swimming pool, an indoor rooftop fitness centre and a modest but well equipped meetings and functions space.

A varied selection of dishes is offered throughout the day at the on-site restaurant, while for those who prefer to venture out there’s a regular shuttle service which passes through the area’s main shopping and dining zones to drop off guests at the nearest BTS sky train station.