A new ultra-luxury hotel is now open in the heart of Bangkok. The hotel is Thailand’s second Rosewood property.
The ultra-luxury property houses 159 guestrooms, suites and studios in addition to three “houses,” which feature private pools and terraces. Guests will never want for dining options with four restaurants and bars throughout the property. Sense, A Rosewood Spa, takes an entire floor and offers treatments derived from ancient Thai beauty rituals. To cap off the property’s versatility, 4,520 square feet of meeting space provides room for up to 200 guests.
“We are thrilled for travellers and residents to experience the warmth of Thai hospitality and the dynamism and beauty of its culture within such a fresh, exciting and radiant retreat,” said Sonia Cheng, chief executive officer, Rosewood Hotel Group.
The 30-storey building adds new definition to Bangkok’s skyline and is located in a prime location for upscale dining and shopping options.
“Like the capital itself, the hotel is creatively contemporary, multi-layered, richly cultured and warmly welcoming — a fitting springboard for every guest’s own personal journey to discover the heart and soul of the city,” said Thomas Harlander, managing director, Rosewood Bangkok.
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