Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 managed by Marriott International launches Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ)

Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 managed by Marriott International launches Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ)

in partnership with Bangpakok 9 International Hospital with package rates starting from THB 49,500

Bangkok, October 29, 2020Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11 managed by Marriott International today announces the participation in the country’s Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) program in Bangkok in partnership with Bangpakok 9 International Hospital.

Offering a series of government-approved Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ) packages for Thai citizens, international travelers and expatriates returning to Thailand, this staycation-style accommodation for duration of the mandatory 15-night quarantine period is offered in association with the very well-known Bangpakok 9 International Hospital. With a prime location in the heart of Sukhumvit easily accessible from Suvarnabhumi and Done Mueang International airport, and with International health standards provided by Bangpakok 9 International Hospital, guests can stay in style at Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 hotel in a safe environment, while turning their quarantine into a relaxing experience in one of our breezy rooms and suites, with tech-forward amenities, scenic views of Bangkok skyline and delectable cuisine.

Package rates starting from THB 49,500 net only, guests can enjoy a 15 nights stay (16 days) in their preferred room type ranging from the 32-sqm Chic room at THB 49,500 net, Urban room (32 sqm) featuring panoramic city views at THB 54,500 net, Stylish suite (60 sqm) with separate living area at THB 89,900 net, Savvy suite (142 sqm) with outdoor terrace and private Jacuzzi at THB 135,000 net and 2-bedroom Ultra savvy suite (112 sqm) with balcony at THB 165,000 net.

All packages come with complete services during stay including daily breakfast, lunch and dinner with a delicious choice of Thai, Asian and Western sets plus vegetarian options available, Drinking water, coffee and tea, Yoga mat available upon request, 42-inch LCD TV with an array of international channels, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Captivating poolside relaxation area, 20% discount on room service and laundry service and Marriott Bonvoy members earn elite nights and points from stays.

In addition, all guests will receive first-class medical care from Bangpakok 9 International Hospital including sanitized limousine pick up service from Suvarnabhumi Airport or Don Mueang Int’l Airport to the hotel, Total 2 Covid-19 screening tests (RT-PCR) conducted in a designated area at the hotel, Telemedicine system service, 24-hour nurse available for daily health monitoring and other benefits.

Extra person charge is THB 32,000 for 1 adult and THB 25,000 for 1 child below 12 years old. Max 2 adults per room and 2 adults + 1 child per suite. Ultra Savvy Suite rate is for 2 persons including medical tests and full board meals. Full pre-payment is required and will be charged upon reservation, other terms and conditions may apply.

Guests can discover various ASQ packages at Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 at http://bit.ly/ASQAloftBangkok. For more information and reservation, please contact Khun Umaporn +66 95 391 0824, Khun Visaruda +66 81 334 3093, call +66 2 207 7000 or email reservations.aloftbkk@alofthotels.com

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