Luxury hotel Conrad Bangkok has emerged from a major renovation that has given it new bragging rights in the Thai capital’s business events scene.
The hotel’s grand ballroom now houses what is said to be Bangkok’s first integrated modular LED wall. With panels measuring 35 metres in width and sitting on a 270-degree track, the LED wall is fully adaptable to planners’ requirements.
As well, the space is equipped with professional stage lighting and individual table lighting â€“ again, said to be the country’s newest standards in hotel meeting facilities.
Elsewhere, the hotel’s main entrance, lobby and guestrooms have also been upgraded. The lobby now sports a new design and offers seats with convenient power points, a feature modern, tech savvy travellers will appreciate.
Guestrooms are equipped with in-room lighting and temperature controls for more precise energy management, which is in line with the hotel’s 2030 sustainability goals.
General Manager Herman J Ehrlich, said the hotel is redefining the standards for business hotels in the city through its new infrastructure.
He believes that the hotel’s events hardware is complemented by “an unusual resort vibe offered through our extensive recreational facilities such as full-sized tennis courts, 36-metre long swimming pool, oversized Jacuzzi, dedicated and secure children playground, relaxation garden, eleven spa treatment rooms, and 600-metre fitness club with Yoga and Muay Thai studio”.
When asked for his outlook on business expectations, Ehrlich said Thailand’s presidency of ASEAN this year would attract a string of related meetings to Bangkok, securing a path of steady growth across a variety of business events.
He also credited Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau for its efforts in promoting the country for business gatherings and the presence of hotels with quality venues as reasons for Thailand’s continued success in attracting business events.