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How A Five-Star Bangkok Hotel Mixes Healthcare with Leisure

Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok offers a restful stay and plenty of inspiration for making positive lifestyle changes.

Inside the master bedroom of a two-bedroom Wellness Family Suite.
Inside the master bedroom of a recently renovated Wellness Family Suite.

Thailand has long been one of Southeast Asia’s leading destinations for wellness-minded travelers, and its capital remains a top choice for medical tourism in the region. Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok brings the signature Swiss style of its namesake brand together with the world-class offerings of the adjacent BDMS Wellness Clinic, helping guests to reach their health goals while savoring life’s little indulgences. Its convenient downtown location in Ploenchit, a 10-minute walk from the neighborhood’s BTS Skytrain station, puts holidaymakers within easy reach of major shopping malls and must-visit restaurants.

Featuring private balconies that overlook the hotel’s manicured gardens and resort-style pool, the 211 rooms and suites here are done up in a soothing classic style. The serene atmosphere and uncluttered decor encourage tired travelers to catch up on rest. Each of the spacious guest quarters come equipped with yoga mats, Zenergy bedside sleep therapy lamps and sound therapy machines, a dedicated health and wellness TV channel, and a range of signature amenities.

The living room of a 74-square-meter Wellness Suite.
A mixologist in action at Bittersweet’s bar.
A mixologist in action at Bittersweet’s bar.
All-day restaurant Nourish offers guests healthy breakfast and lunch buffets.
All-day restaurant Nourish offers guests healthy breakfast and lunch buffets.

Downstairs, organic fare beckons at Nourish, the all-day dining restaurant where the buffet breakfast and lunch spread spotlights healthy takes on international cuisine. Beside the lobby, Rim Klong Café serves Sarnies coffees and nutritious boosters alongside freshly baked breads and pastries, while the stylish lounge and bar Bittersweet offers cool cocktails and aperitifs as well as a daily complimentary chocolate hour. The newest addition to the resort’s culinary lineup is Khum Hom, a dinners-only restaurant by acclaimed chef Ian Kittichai that presents a wholesome, contemporary take on regional Thai cuisine.

With seven treatment rooms, Be Well Spa provides a tranquil backdrop for traditional massages as well as high-tech facials and beauty treatments; spa-goers can take advantage of facilities like a dry flotation space and an ice room. Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok also offers a range of immersive daily activities that include everything from Pilates classes and crystal sound healing sessions to healthy juice–making workshops.

Multi-day retreat programs centered on anti-aging, weight loss, and improving sleep quality combine a stay at the Mövenpick with check-ups and more at the BDMS Wellness Clinic, which specializes in preventative medicine and comprehensive wellness assessment programs. Physiotherapy, digestive wellness, dental and fertility treatments are just a few of the myriad options available at this top-notch health facility.

For more information, visit movenpick.accor.com.

Poolside at Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok.
Poolside at Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok.
Therapies at Be Well Spa use products from luxe beauty and skincare brand Aromatherapy Associates.
Therapies at Be Well Spa use luxe products from London-based Aromatherapy Associates.
A couples’ treatment room at Be Well Spa.
A couples’ treatment room at Be Well Spa.

This article was brought to you by Mövenpick BDMS Wellness Resort Bangkok.