Sukhumvit Soi 11 has long been a magnet for tourists, expats and locals attracted by the numerous restaurants, bars and clubs that fill the street with life.
Few Bangkok neighbourhoods can compete with Soi 11’s renowned reputation as the capital’s popular dining and nightlife destination.
Its central location in downtown Bangkok, also contributes to the attractiveness of the street, with the BTS Skytrain Nana Station, the MRT Subway Asoke Station, and the Airport Link Makkasan Station all within walking distance. The easy access to the expressway also puts both airports within 40 minutes reach.
Rooted to its community, Mercure Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 offers a choice of 232 spacious and comfortable rooms and suites with authentic Thai-style décor and furnishings. Its signature Thai silk décor is seen throughout the property from the lobby, guest rooms to the public areas.
Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer of AccorHotels, Upper Southeast and Northeast Asia, says that “the opening of Mercure Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 strengthens our growth network in Thailand and Bangkok, where we currently operate 73 and 29 properties respectively.” Of the 16 properties AccorHotels plans to open in Thailand over the next three years, eight are in Bangkok.
The 34sqm Deluxe Rooms feature a 43-inch widescreen TV, coffee/tea making facilities and mini bar while the 43sqm Privilege Rooms features an espresso machine, a Bluetooth smart T.V. and the Suites on the uppermost floors offers a separate living room that can accommodate families on long and short term stays.
Hotel Manager Suchada Jirapanitcharoen says that “Mercure Bangkok Sukhumvit 11 offers a unique heritage charm synonymous with comfort and quality in one of Bangkok’s busiest business and entertainment district. Popular with local and international travellers, Sukhumvit is the pulse of Bangkok and home to many top restaurants and bars”