BANGKOK, THAILAND – Bangkok Hospital and Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok are giving local residents the opportunity to experience the safety and seclusion of their Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) programme, which combines two weeks of spacious accommodation with world-class medical monitoring, a private home pick-up service, and a wealth of extra amenities. The ASQ programme is not only designed for inbound visitors; it also allows Thai nationals and expats to voluntarily self-quarantine themselves in a highly relaxing ambience. Whether they want to work, rest or – if necessary – recuperate, safely apart from their beloved family members, Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok provides everything guests need to stay comfortable, cared for and fully connected.
Nestled in the heart of the Thai capital, Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok is a serene sanctuary, tucked away from the outside world. Set amongst 1.2 acres of lush tropical gardens, with verdant lawns, over 50 different species of plants, towering century-old trees, cascading waterfalls and soothing koi carp ponds, this enchanting hotel creates an unsurpassed setting for health-conscious guests with a need or desire to self-isolate.
Under the innovative “Health Watch” package, Thai nationals and local expats can now enjoy a 15-night stay in some of Bangkok’s largest rooms and suites, three daily meals and a VIP transfer straight from their home to the hotel. Arriving guests will receive the best medical care courtesy of Bangkok Hospital, with daily health monitoring at the hotel under nurse supervision, two COVID-19 tests, immune system enhancing supplements, and access to the hospital’s doctors via TytoCare, the on-demand medical examination service.
With accommodation ranging from the generous 42-square metre Superior Rooms to the lavish 164-square metre Presidential Suite or Royal Suite, each equipped with comfy bedding, a separate shower and bathtub, sleep therapy speakers, a a yoga mat, and a spacious and private balcony, every guest will feel enclosed in their own private haven of tranquility. Complimentary Wi-Fi, 55-inch Smart TVs, and access to over 7,000 newspaper and magazine titles via the PressReader app will also ensure that every guest is kept fully connected, and the “Paragon Chat & Shop @ ASQ” app even offers online shopping at Siam Paragon, with purchases delivered to the hotel the same day.
Throughout their stay, guests will be able to order from regularly rotating menus that feature more than 150 delicious and nutritious dishes, along with plenty of vegetarian options. Additional dishes can be ordered from the resort’s room service menu, and guests can also savour a selection of tasty pastries and cakes from Rim Klong Café.
For local residents, the benefits of the ASQ programme do not end when they check out of Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok. Upon departure, they will be rewarded with a Health Watch membership card, which entitles them to 25% off F&B and future stays, a special rate of THB 4,000 for the first night in a 74-square metre Wellness Suite, a second free night, and three 50% discount vouchers at Tamarind, Khum Hom and Rim Klong Café, the resort’s acclaimed restaurants.
The Health Watch package is now available for local residents in the Bangkok area, including those who need to quarantine themselves, socially-conscious guests who want to self-isolate responsibly, or even those simply seeking an re-energising urban escape. Rates start from just THB 64,000 net per person for a Superior Room, THB 88,000 net for a Wellness Suite, and THB 220,000 net for the Presidential Suite and Royal Suite.
Whatever the reason for their stay, every visitor can rest assured that Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok has been awarded the Amazing Thailand Safety and Health Administration (SHA) certificate from the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Clean Together certification from the Department of Health, under Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health, and the ALLSAFE label by Accor, which shows that it adheres to the most stringent health and safety standards.