This Hotel Group is Offering Up To 50% Off on Premium Getaways Across Thailand

As if being locked down in our houses for more than two months wasn't enough reason to travel.

May 20, 2020

With some of the lowest coronavirus cases in the region, Thailand might be the destination you should consider for your post-pandemic vacation. Accor, one of the region’s biggest hotel groups, is making travel that much more enticing with vouchers for up to 60% off stay packages at a selection of their properties across Thailand. Valid until December 2020, the packages range from beach getaways in Krabi to wellness retreats in Bangkok to stays amidst Chiang Mai’s lush nature. Most of the packages include complimentary room upgrades, spa treatments and dining deals. The vouchers are on sale until June 8th, 2020 and start from only Bt589 for stays at the group’s brands like Sofitel, SO/, MGallery, Pullman, Mövenpick, Swissôtel, Grand Mercure, Mercure or Novotel hotels.

Here are a few of our favorites on offer:

Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai — MGallery

From Bt6,900 for a night in a Plunge Pool Pavilion and breakfast.

SO/ Sofitel Hua Hin

From Bt4,250 for a night in a SO Comfy room with daily breakfast and a Bt500 dining credit.

Avista Hideaway Patong Phuket – MGallery

From Bt2,999 for a night in a Deluxe Pool Access room with three daily meals for two, late checkout and 20 percent off dining and spa services.

Novotel Sriracha & Koh Si Chang Marina Bay

From Bt2,999 for a night in a Superior Room with daily breakfast and one set dinner for two.

Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan

From Bt3,900 for a night in a Jatu Deluxe room with daily breakfast, dinner for two at Medici and late checkout.


Browse more vouchers here: accor.megatix.in.th

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