IMPACT Arena Thailand gains ibis property Asia

ibis Bangkok IMPACT has opened, bringing new options for visitors to IMPACT Arena, Exhibition and Convention Center.

The new ibis Bangkok IMPACT adds 587 rooms to the existing 380-room Novotel Bangkok IMPACT, offering an alternative to local companies and government agencies, as well as international exhibitors and visitors, seeking to save on accommodation expenses and travel time to IMPACT Arena, Exhibition and Convention Center (also known as IMPACT Muang Thong Thani).

Access to downtown Bangkok and both airports is also convenient via public transportation, and the hotel offers ample parking. The hotel is also positioned to cater to increased demand in the area, which will welcome a water park, go-kart track, office complex, shopping centres, beach club and marina, and the new Metropolitan Rapid Transit (MRT) Pink line.

Patrick Basset, chief operating officer of AccorHotels, Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia, said: “Bangkok is a renowned destination offering visitors everything they could desire, from shopping venues, attractions and activities to historical landmarks and places of interests for the family. Additionally, the city presents international event planners with countless opportunities for unique functions that combine value and flexibility with Thailand’s distinctive culture and hospitality. The new ibis Bangkok IMPACT not only puts Asia’s second-largest exhibition and convention venue on our guests’ doorstep, but the entire city at their fingertips, which we believe will attract even more visitors.”

The 18-storey ibis Bangkok IMPACT 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 and tea and coffee facilities.


Tom Hall

Editor, Exhibition World

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