Stay Longer, Pay Less at Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok

Stay Longer, Pay Less at Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok

Tune your WFH vibe into a safe and delightful stay in the heart of the city

Upgrade your WFH space with a luxury hotel vibe at Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok. 

You can be confident in both our hygiene and your safety. Our IHG Way of Clean is fundamental to our commitment to ensure your wellbeing.

Take advantage of our “Stay Longer, Pay Less” offer created especially for the new trend of busy people looking for a short-long staycation as a contrast from home. 

Enjoy deeper savings and more exclusive perks, including discounts on in-room dining, dining credits and chef’s daily special FREE breakfasts and dinners when staying 5 nights or longer while enjoying great room rate savings of up to 30%. 

Stay Longer, Pay Less Package

Stay 5 nights or more and enjoy extra benefits with your extended stay. 

Deluxe Room accommodation starts from THB 4,000++ per room per night.

• Minimum stay 5 Nights, SAVE 20% + enjoy 10% OFF in-room dining and minibar*. 

• Minimum stay 8 Nights, SAVE 25% + enjoy THB 500 daily in-room dining credits**.  

• Minimum stay 14 Nights, SAVE 30% + enjoy chef’s special breakfast and dinner menus*** FREE each day.

Booking period: now – 31 July 2021

Staying period: 1 May – 31 July 2021


• Connect to Internet TV and VIFA Nordic sound system.

• Free accessibility to GYM, Pool, Sauna and Steam Room.

• Free WIFI throughout property and parking.

Terms & Conditions apply  

Discounts are applicable to Best Flexible Rate on

*Discount is applicable for food and drinks for in-room dining and minibar items. 

**Daily credits are applicable for food and drinks from in-room dining menu only.  

***Chef’s special menus provided for in-room dining orders daily.

For swift booking, contact +66 2 056 9999 or email   

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