Frasers Hospitality launches North Park Place in Thailand

SINGAPORE (Dec 13): Frasers Hospitality Group, a division of Frasers Centrepoint Limited, recently launched North Park Place, a 105-unit luxury serviced residence located within the exclusive Rajpruek Golf Club in Bangkok, Thailand.

This premium serviced residence, managed by Frasers Hospitality Group, offers a selection of one and two-bedroom fully-serviced apartments.

North Park Place provides an extensive array of business and family-friendly lifestyle amenities for guests of all ages.

The nearby Rajpruek Sports Club features meeting rooms, a business centre and conference facilities for corporate travellers.

Residents can enjoy a wide range of sports activities and luxurious recreational facilities, including an Olympic-sized swimming pool, steam and sauna facilities, a fitness centre with a studio for aerobics and yoga, badminton courts, bowling lanes and golf simulators.

All apartments in North Park Place are also equipped with complimentary high-speed Internet access, a comprehensive home entertainment system and a fully-equipped kitchen.

Special opening rates starting from 33,000 baht per month (S$1,324 per month) for a one-bedroom deluxe apartment are currently offered.

With the launch of North Park Place, Frasers Hospitality will see its portfolio in Thailand total four properties with over 850 units by 2019. Frasers Hospitality Group’s global portfolio,

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