Grand Mercure Park Avenue Bangkok

Internet ConnectionTelevisionRoom with bathroomPhoneHotel restaurantAir conditioningThe hotel has a sports centerFor the disabled
Locality: Sukhumvit, price from: 53 € per night
Grand Mercure Park Avenue Bangkok offers the highest levels of style and sophistication, combined with exceptional service and relaxed atmosphere. Location: Conveniently located in a quiet lane, just off the bustling Sukhumvit road shopping and entertainment area, the hotel is 500 metres from BTS Sky Train station, Phrom Pong and Emporium Shopping Mall. Rooms: Each of the 221 guestrooms has been well furnished with the emphasis on comfort and relaxation. Furnishings are contemporary, stylish and discreet, making it a desirable choice for both the business and the leisure travellers. Restaurant: Viva Vino serves wood oven pizzas and pastas that reflect the simple seasoning and authentic flavours of Italy. Pool side cafe is the perfect place to enjoy snacks, afternoon tea or a quick refreshing meals. Guests can also drink their favourite drinks at the lobby bar. General: The hotel also offers a spacious room for hosting various events as well as a small board room. During leisure, guests can visit the on-site fitness centre for enjoying a workout.

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