Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Invites Thai Residents to Take a Serene Staycation in Downtown Bangkok

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Unique urban sanctuary promises spacious rooms and health-focused facilities, including original organic cuisine, surrounded by 1.2 acres of secluded gardens

Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort, the health-focused retreat in downtown Bangkok, is not only an outstanding destination for international tourists; this urban sanctuary also provides the ideal opportunity for local residents to take stylish staycations in the Thai capital.

Nestled in the centre of Sukhumvit, Bangkok’s most vibrant commercial district, just 10 minutes’ walk from Ploenchit BTS skytrain station, Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort puts guests in the heart of the action. What makes this low-rise property truly unique however, is its 1.2 acres of lush gardens, shaded by century-old trees, and its free form pool, which make the resort feel blissfully far removed from the bustling streets beyond the walls.

Within this verdant oasis, guests can unwind in a wonderful world of wellness, with an original healthy-living concept that is woven throughout every part of the resort – including its contemporary restaurants and bars. Chef Gabi Kurz, a global nutritional expert and culinary pioneer, has created a series of menus. Implemented by Chef Rajiv, they combine high-quality and wholesome ingredients, prepared in innovative styles to deliver delicious dishes that are great for the body.

Tamarind Natural Dining promises fresh and organic cuisine throughout the day, including Bangkok’s most avant-garde Sunday Brunch experience. Guests who take a weekend break at Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort will discover an amazing array of sustainable seafood, organic salads, premium meats and much more. Each dish has been carefully prepared to maximise the benefits and minimise the calories, while naughty treats are clearly labelled. Children have plenty of fun treats to choose from, and then after dinner, guests can spend a wonderful afternoon relaxing by the resort’s outdoor swimming pool.

Alternatively, Rim Klong Café is an inviting space for light daytime bites and afternoon tea, overlooking the Klong Saen Saeb canal, and Cinnamon lobby lounge is a chic and sophisticated setting for couples to “wine down” in the evenings. The onsite fitness centre is open 24 hours and features state-of-the-art equipment including David Health Solution machines, while the adjacent BDMS Wellness Clinic provides a wide range of preventative treatments.

Guests can stay in plenty of space and comfort, with some of Bangkok’s largest rooms. The entry-level superior rooms promise 42m² of space – larger than many condo units in the Thai capital – while the spectacular suites can comfortably accommodate families of four. All guests will be able to keep up their fitness routines with yoga mats and other in-room amenities, or simply soak up the enchanting resort ambience with balconies that overlook the gardens.

“Bangkok is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, and with good reason – exquisite cuisine, sensational shopping, captivating culture and a lively street scene combine to create compelling city breaks. Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort blends this dynamism with a serene setting and health-focused facilities to create a haven for staycations. We encourage all Thai residents to take a fresh look at their surroundings and rediscover the city they know and love,” said Bruno Huber, General Manager, Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort.

Book your staycation at Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort! Rates start from just THB 2,700++ per room per night, while Tamarind’s “guilt-free” Sunday Brunch is available for just THB 2,500++ per person (food only), with an optional free-flow drinks package for THB 888++.

For more information and reservations, please CLICK HERE or call 02 666 3333. Alternatively, to learn more about Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, visit http://www.movenpick.com.

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