As the world starts moving again, demand for international-standard, service-oriented quarantine solutions in Thailand is rising. Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok has become a leader in Alternative State Quarantine hospitality, with packages that combine an extended stay and exceptional amenities with world-class medical monitoring by Bangkok Hospital.
Due to the popularity of this programme, the resort has decided to extend it until October 31 of this year and upgrade the initiative to include its largest and most luxurious suites.
Under the programme, which is certified by the Royal Thai Government, air passengers arriving in Thailand can book the 15-day ‘Health Watch’ package at Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort, including comfortable accommodation in some of Bangkok biggest rooms (minimum 42 m2), all featuring a private balcony with garden or city views, along with three daily meals and a VIP airport transfer.
The resort has now increased its room allocation for quarantine stays from 50 to 250 rooms and suites.