There was a news article reporting how Thailand is now targeting Muslim visitors from Muslim countries to diversify its visitor profile. This include setting up so called halal hotels that do not serve alcohol and non-halal food. One of the hotels cited was the Al Meroz Hotel in Bangkok. It is touted as the leading halal hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. Not just Muslims. I think I’ll stay here too, if I want a peaceful, quiet night away from noisy and drunkard revelers. The hotel looks lovely inside and outside. Quoting from their website on the Islamic aspects: The leisure facilities at the Al Meroz Hotel include a large open air swimming pool and state-of-the-art gymnasium. Respecting our Muslim guests, the pool and gymnasium are available exclusively for our female guests during the morning hours, and for our male guests after midday. Our shopping arcade offers a wide range of goods, including alcohol-free toiletries and cosmetics. Barakat, our specialty Mediterranean Restaurant and Diwan our all-day family dining restaurant offer Halal-certified cuisine in a non-alcoholic environment. Our menus have been created with our Muslim guests in mind, but we also offer a range of Thai and regional delicacies. A comprehensive menu is offered for room service, available 24 hours a day. All kitchen and waiting staff at the Al Meroz Hotel are trained to observe the Halal traditional lifestyle….” Pictures from Al Meroz and Agoda.
More info here: http://www.mycen.my/al-meroz-the-halal-certified-bangkok-hotel/