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Discussion in 'Luxury Hotels' started by Kalboz, Mar 11, 2012.
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Related topic, Thai hotel tycoon speaking on CNBC: http://www.cnbc.com/id/102616590
Thanks Kalboz. He's an interesting business personality.
My friend stayed at this Gothel.
The Siam Basic Room or Mandarin Oriental Suite
Mandarin Oriental Suite
St. Regis Bangkok is going for $167/night a helluva deal if you are SPG platinum and can score a suite upgrade!
Thailand Dos & Don'ts would be a good thread for the elephant topic
How is your Thailand trip going @Kalboz
Not there yet ... will be there in late March. Booked 4 biz class seats on OZ using 312K miles I bought here on InsideFlyer for 150% bonus Avianca miles. Returning April 20th BKK-AUH-LAX burning 435K AA miles. The exciting thing is the AUH-LAX portion will be in F suite on EY.
Lancaster Bangkok Debuts Soon in Thailand
There’s a new luxury hotel prepping to open its doors in bustling Bangkok. The Landmark Lancaster Hotel Group is behind three hotels in London and the Landmark on Sukhumvit Road in Bangkok. Their latest venture is the Lancaster Bangkok, which is being promoted for its convenient access to Suvarnabhumi and Don Muang International Airports; the new five-star hotel will be located at the intersection of the MRT and Airport Link transit lines in the Makkasan District.
The Lancaster Bangkok will have 230 guest rooms with all the latest technology (like free wifi and a digital room-control tablet). The best rooms in the house will be the Sky Garden Suites (with a sky-high garden!) and the Royal Suite, a two-bedroom penthouse on the top floor. There will be an entire floor devoted to wellness; think gym, 20-meter swimming pool, and a spa where each treatment room comes with a hammam. Other facilities include a stylish restaurant, bar and light-filled meeting rooms. Stay tuned for the exact opening date in 2016.
The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok’s Multi-million-dollar 140th Birthday: http://www.destinasian.com/blog/new...bangkoks-multi-million-dollar-140th-birthday/
The Siam sounds better than all of those
4S - Finding Home in Bangkok: http://magazine.fourseasons.com/tra...apartments?ep_mid=115119601&ep_rid=3933922365
The Grand Dame of Bangkok. Happy Birthday.
What is your favorite Bangkok moment and hotel ?
any one going to go to bangkok edition @Kalboz opening soon
The original plan was to open this year, but I believe there was a press release from Marriott that announced pushing it back to 2017. The actual structure (MahaNakhon) is already opened:
favorite Bangkok moment: Visiting the temples for the first time back in 2005.
and hotel? Too many but none is luxury, Grand Hyatt Erawan, JW Marriott, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, Marriott Sukhumvit, Millenium Hilton ... etc.
What are yours?
sounds really amazing. Bangkok sounds like a great city
Yes, indeed ...
Recent review of the Siam hotel by Huff Post UK:
But is the Siam really worth it?
Looks like it's a $500+ USD per night hotel. I imagine a similar hotel might be even more expensive in another city.
The Siam is listed in the following:
The 6 Most Luxurious Honeymoon Suites in Thailand