Aloft features German delicacy
Aloft Bangkok is bringing Re:fuel On Wheels, a currywurst food truck to Sukhumvit 11, selling the famous German street food in a variety of flavours ranging from original to Thai twist.
Guests can enjoy their favourite pork or veal sausage with a variety of delectable sauces and side orders. Prices start at 170 baht per set.
There are five sets to choose from. Set 1: Berlin, featuring original currywurst and French fries; Set 2: Bangkok, currywurst with spicy sauce and French fries; Set 3: Cheese It Up, currywurst and cheese fries; Set 4: Bavaria, currywurst and homemade Bavarian potato salad; and Set 5: Bunny, currywurst on a housemade butter bun.
Re:fuel On Wheels is open daily from 6pm until late in a food truck style just in front of the hotel. Menus are available at bit.ly/3htCxJd.
Email BKKALFB@marriott.com, chat via Line lin.ee/ZE9eT, call 02-207-7000 or visit aloftbangkoksukhumvit11.com.
Melia Chiang Mai's YHI Spa Treatment Room.
Relax aching muscles at Meliá Chiang Mai
The new YHI Spa at Meliá Chiang Mai has announced special promotions to kickstart 2023 on an indulgent note.
From Jan 1 to March 31, YHI Spa is offering the 90-minute "Spa Indulgence" treatment for a special price of 2,000 baht net per person, down from the normal price of 2,800 baht.
The treatment starts with an aromatherapy massage, based on pure high oryzanol rice bran oil complemented with aromatic lemongrass and lavender essential oils, followed by the application of a herbal compress massage ball.
The aromatherapy massage's gentle palm pressure and effleurage techniques are designed to stimulate the parasympathetic nerve system, improve blood circulation and reduce muscle pain. The lemongrass and lavender essential oils have numerous health benefits including reducing inflammation, easing muscle cramps and cleansing and nourishing the skin. A centuries-old Thai massage technique, the herbal compress massage ball stimulates the lymphatic system and soothes injuries.
Meliá Chiang Mai's YHI Spa features seven private treatment rooms designed in an underwater theme as well as a Thai herbal steam and sauna and a separate room for pedicures. YHI Spa's professional therapists use ancient Asian healing wisdom combined with modern wellness techniques in a full range of body treatments, from massages and scrubs to wraps and facials.
Call 052-090-699 or e-mail YHIspa@meliachiangmai.com.
Kantary House Bangkok.
Ring in New Year with Cape & Kantary special rates
Cape & Kantary Hotels launches "Enjoy Winter Sale" promotions, offering special room rates at its 15 properties.
Accommodation includes Deluxe Rooms, Studio Suites, One-bedroom Suites and Two-bedroom Suites. Promotional prices start from 1,100 baht per room per night including breakfast for two and free Wi-Fi. Book and stay from now until Jan 10.
Visit capekantaryhotels.com/enjoy-winter-sale or call 1627.
Emirates expands Bangkok services
Emirates recently announced adding a fourth flight between Bangkok and Dubai from Jan 1, boosting connectivity between the two gateways and providing more options for travellers.
The additional frequency will help serve the increased demand for international travel to and from Bangkok, as Thailand's travel and tourism sector experience a steep revival. It also builds on the success of Emirates' existing operations, as the airline reaffirms its recent Memorandum of Co-operation with the Tourism Authority of Thailand to leverage Emirates' vast global network to boost inbound traffic.
The additional Emirates flight will be operated by the airline's flagship Airbus A380. Emirates' flight EK374 -- operated by a three-class configuration -- will depart Dubai at 10.35pm, arriving in Bangkok at 7.35am the following day. Emirates' return flight EK377 -- operated by a two-class configuration -- will leave Bangkok at 2am, arriving in Dubai at 6am.
With 28 weekly flights to Bangkok and 14 weekly flights to Phuket, Emirates offers travellers flexible and enhanced connections between Thailand and Dubai, as well as onwards to 130 destinations across 6 continents. Emirates also operates a daily direct flight to Hong Kong from Bangkok.
Hong Kongers looking to travel, says trip.com
Following the Hong Kong Government's announcement on further easing restrictions earlier this month, Trip.com reports inbound searches for flights to Hong Kong, recording a 2,004% increase as compared to the same day last year.
Hong Kongers are looking to travel overseas, with the top five destinations for flight searches being Bangkok, Tokyo, Taipei, Seoul and Osaka. The five most-searched cities are Bangkok, Tokyo, Taipei, Seoul and Osaka.
Globally, searches for international flights to Hong Kong and onwards to the Chinese Mainland also recorded an 89% increase week-on-week.