Brand-new select-service lifestyle hotel gives business and leisure guests everything they need for a stylish and social stay in downtown Bangkok without any unnecessary inconvenience.
BANGKOK, THAILAND – Jono Hotels, the new player in the hotel industry dedicated to the young generation of digital nomads, is making its debut in Bangkok with the launch of Jono Bangkok Asok, a stylish select-service lifestyle hotel that promises everything travellers may need to stay connected, without any unnecessary fuss or frills.
Perfectly positioned at the epicentre of Sukhumvit, the Thai capital’s most dynamic commercial district, Jono Bangkok Asok puts its visitors at the heart of the action. Shoppers can easily access the city’s most iconic retail malls, such as Terminal 21, EmQuartier and Emporium; business executives are surrounded by multi-national offices and the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, while Asok BTS Skytrain and Sukhumvit MRT subway stations put the entire city within easy reach.
“Jono Hotels is geared towards the needs of today’s ‘always-on’ travellers who demand convenience, comfort, and connectivity above all else. We have taken a fresh approach to hospitality that removes all the nonsense – those minor irritations and inefficiencies that can come with more traditional hotels – and delivers precisely what guests need; no more, no less. With its prime location in Sukhumvit, Jono Bangkok Asok is a great option for business and leisure visitors on short stays who want to feel the buzz of the Thai capital,” said Björn Richardson, Senior Vice President – Hospitality and Property Operations at Boutique Corporation PLC.
Jono Bangkok Asok is the ultimate urban sanctuary for digital nomads to stay, play, relax and recharge. Stepping off the bustling streets of Sukhumvit, the hotel’s signature lobby concept is also the communal hub of the hotel, blending the facilities of a lounge, kitchen, and co-working space – all fully connected with complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and complimentary coffee to keep you energised.
This boutique hotel’s 65 rooms include the 14-square metre Recharge Rooms, with plush king beds, and the 17-square metre RechargeX Rooms, which offer twin beds. Lastly, the 16-square metre Snooze Blackout Rooms feature solid soundproof doors and high-quality king or twin beds for those seeking absolute serenity and seclusion. In all rooms, the sleek, contemporary design, and cutting-edge amenities, such as the Smart TV with cable channels and the ability to stream Netflix or YouTube right from your device, a walk-in power shower, a digital safe and an in-room minibar with complimentary water make it easy to achieve peace-of-mind after a long day roaming the streets of Bangkok.
Social explorers can chill out together and share stories in the lobby area, which features a pantry, microwave and complimentary coffee and tea throughout the day. But if a trip down to the lobby sounds like too much hassle, the Jono App lets guests chat with the Jono Crew at the reception in their native tongue, make travel arrangements or get the lowdown on the best local activities, all from their smartphone! A 7-Eleven convenience store is just down the road, and the front desk is open 24/7, with concierge services available.
Conceived to deliver all the benefits of a world-class hotel without any unnecessary gimmicks, Jono Hotels, derived from “Journey of the Nomad”, blends great locations in key destinations with ergonomic comfort, intuitive amenities and seamless service allowing travellers to squeeze the absolute max out of their trips with no wasted time. Each hotel serves as a transition zone between the bustling streets outside and the tranquillity of the rooms – a place to relax, recharge, reconnect and rebalance.
The launch of Jono Bangkok Asok follows hot on the heels of JonoX Phuket Karon, the world’s first Jono Hotel, which opened its doors in October 2022. With new hotels in the pipeline, even more global explorers will soon be able to experience this new generation of hospitality.
The Recharge Rooms feature comfy king beds
The lobby lounge doubles as a co-working space
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