Luxury hotel group Rosewood has added to its growing portfolio with the opening of the new destination in Bangkok, Thailand. The 30-story standalone rentals are the 27th in Rosewood’s global network and it is second in Thailand.
With a striking architectural design, the brand new hotel is really a dramatic addition to Bangkok’s skyline. Your building is formed from two connected structures, which is supposed to symbolize wai – the Thai gesture of hands pressed together in greeting.
Ideally situated in on Ploenchit Road in the heart of the city's prime central business and retail district, it immediately becomes one of Bangkok’s prime accommodations for business and recreational travelers. Your accommodation is surrounded by new office blocks and is steps from Central Embassy, the capital’s most luxurious shopping mall.
The hotel continues to be designed so that it provides sanctuary from the metropolis that surrounds it. This starts as soon as guests become the private driveway and continues because they are greeted through the sound of the hotel’s 10-story waterfall. The various water fountains happen to be designed in tribute to Bangkok’s relationship using the sacred element.
There are 159 rooms including 34 suites and studios. Including three signature “houses” restricted to the elite traveler. These exceptional properties boast private meditation areas, terraces, outdoor plunge pools as special amenities. The suite collection includes the loft-style Manor Suite, featuring floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall windows offering natural light as well as an unparalleled perspective around the Bangkok skyline.
Guests have four dining options to choose from together with a brasserie, signature Chinese restaurant, top-floor speakeasy bar and the first upscale organic café situated in a Bangkok hotel.
Lennon’s, an elegant bar perched on top floor of Rosewood Bangkok, will probably prove popular with its 6,000-strong vinyl collection open to request as well as purchase. G&O (Green & Organic) is located just steps from the hotel pool and brings a farm-to-table concept alive having a menu filled with locally-grown natural ingredients.
Rosewood’s resolve for wellbeing is laid bare around the sixth floor, which has been completely reserved for the hotel’s Serenity of Sense Spa. Treatments are inspired by ancient Thai rituals with “lost remedies” complemented by modern skincare lines EviDenS de Beauté and Maison Caulières. The indoor-outdoor saltwater pool seems like an oasis because the sound from the waterfall replaces the hustle from the surrounding city with ambient, natural sounds.
“Rosewood Bangkok exemplifies an ideal marriage of destination and Rosewood's core idea of a contemporary ultra-luxury hotel experience,” says Sonia Cheng, chief executive officer of Rosewood Hotel Group. “We are thrilled for travelers and residents to see the heat of Thai hospitality and also the dynamism and beauty of its culture within such a fresh, exciting and radiant retreat.”
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