AVANI Atrium Bangkok
1880 New Petchaburi Rd, Khwaeng Bang Kapi, Khet Huai Khwang, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10310, Thailand
· Ideally located by MRT-Phetchaburi station, Avani Atrium Hotel features an infinity pool, free self-parking and a golf course. Featuring sleek architecture, the hotel occupies a 23-story building opened in 1996.
· This contemporary property is 15 minutes' walk to Sukhumvit. Monuments and a palace lie a short distance away.
· The nearby surroundings feature convention centers and embassies.
· This property comprises 568 fashionable guestrooms featuring complimentary wireless internet, TV with satellite channels, a laptop safe, a dressing area and a writing desk. Rooms come with the city view. The rooms are decorated in sophisticated design and equipped with a dishwasher, coffee/tea makers and a fridge as well as en-suite bathrooms with a hairdryer, a rain shower, and guest toiletries.
· The onsite chic restaurant specializes in Thai cuisine. Guests can try tea and coffee served in the lobby bar. Situated 150 meters from the venue MJ Zaika restaurant and Ruen Petch Suki & Restaurant serve a variety of food.
· 25 minutes' drive from Don Mueang airport and 10 minutes' walk to Airport Rail Link Makkasan train station.
· Avani Atrium Hotel offers a vending machine, a beauty salon and a tour desk as well as a meeting room, a banquet hall and a movie projector for business guests.
· On-site treatments include steam baths, back massages, and pedicure. Such fitness options as aerobics classes, yoga classes, and a fitness center are available on site.
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