Accor is offering a day-use room package across 10 hotels in Bangkok to guests who need a private office space for the day.
Bangkokians who are desperately looking for a spacious hideaway to get their job done or who need a quiet place to focus on an important project can now book a room for up to 8 hours between 8:00am-8:00pm in 10 hotels.
Expect a quiet room with a business desk for working, complete with high-speed internet and a lunch box. Now available, this package is valid for one person per room with rates starting from THB 690 at selected ibis Styles hotels. For a more premium experience, opt for the THB 890 package at selected Novotel hotels or the THB 1,190 package at selected MGallery, Pullman and Grand Mercure hotels.
Participating hotels are located all over Bangkok to enable local residents to select a private office location that is close to their homes:
- GRAND MERCURE ASOKE RESIDENCE
- GRAND MERCURE BANGKOK FORTUNE
- PULLMAN BANGKOK KING POWER
- PULLMAN BANGKOK SUKHUMVIT
- VIE HOTEL BANGKOK MGALLERY
- ibis Styles Bangkok Sukhumvit Phra Khanong
- IBIS STYLES BANGKOK SUKHUMVIT 50
- NOVOTEL BANGKOK ON SIAM SQUARE
- NOVOTEL BANGKOK SUKHUMVIT 20
- MERCURE BANGKOK SUKHUMVIT 11
Accor’s first priority is the safety and wellbeing of its guests and staff. The group is closely monitoring the current situation and has instructed its hotels to implement additional hygiene measures across the network. Accor recommends that all travellers review guidance from the World Health Organization and follow any travel advice issued by the Thai authorities.
Last week, Accor announced the launch of the ‘ALL Heartist Fund’, a COVID-19 special purpose vehicle dedicated to supporting employees and partners globally. This fund will typically assist the Group’s 300,000 employees, pledging to pay for their COVID-19-related hospital expenses, for those who do not have social security or medical insurance, as well as furloughed employees suffering great financial distress. The fund will also seek to support individual partners facing financial difficulty and assist in the deployment of solidarity initiatives to support front-line healthcare professionals and non-profit organisations.
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