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Best Western flying high at Don Mueang

BW Nada Don Mueang lobby
BW Nada Don Mueang lobby

Best Western Hotels & Resorts has further added to its extensive portfolio in Thailand with the opening of a new midscale hotel located close to Bangkok’s Don Mueang International Airport.

Best Western Nada Don Mueang Airport Hotel in North Bangkok is 15 minutes from the airport and within walking distance of the skytrain. Phahonyothin 59 BTS station is moments away.

The hotel features 235 rooms and suites, an all-day dining restaurant and dedicated facilities for meetings and events, including a 200-guest ballroom and six additional function rooms.

Best Western said the hotel will become a popular option for business and leisure travellers flying into and out of Don Mueang, as well as local event planners.

BW Nada Don Mueang Airport Hotel has dedicated event facilities, including a ballroom.
BW Nada Don Mueang Airport Hotel has dedicated event facilities, including a ballroom.

The new property will join the global network of Best Western Rewards, the group’s guest loyalty programme, which offers exclusive member-only benefits at approximately 4,500 hotels and resorts in more than 100 countries and territories worldwide.

The BWH group now offers a choice of seven properties in the Thai capital, covering six distinct brands: Best Western, Best Western Plus, Best Western Premier, Vīb, SureStay Plus and SureStay Collection.

Prior to the global pandemic, Don Mueang was Thailand’s second busiest airport, handling more than 41 million passengers in 2019.

“With the launch of our new hotel, travellers now have a comfortable, convenient, and fully connected place to stay,” said Erwann Mahe, managing director of international operations – Asia, BWH Hotel Group.

“This marks our second new hotel opening in Bangkok in the last two months, following the launch of Seekers Finders Rama IV, SureStay Collection by Best Western in June.

“This rapid expansion underscores our enduring confidence in the future of Thailand’s tourism industry,” he added.

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