Located in Bangkok’s Sathorn area, the Sukhothai is well-known amongst frequent visitors to the city as one of Bangkok’s best, most stunning hotels. The hotel has gone to great lengths to preserve its historical charm and grandeur, with opulence dripping from its walls in the form of luxurious ancient Thai art and crafts. A fine array of restaurants are some of the city’s best, offering fine and authentic Thai cuisine and one of Bangkok’s best Sunday brunches. Amongst the facilities guests can enjoy are an expansive infinity-edge pool, a well-appointed spa, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Location: Situated in the heart of Bangkok’s Sathorn area, with a steady flow of nightlife, classy bars and tasty restaurants close by, not to mention the numerous shopping areas and malls, while near to the underground and skytrain stations, this hotel is excellently-situated.
History: Sukhothai was the name of the country's capital between the 13th and 14th century, which has been labelled Thailand's golden age, and indeed, the architecture and artwork of the hotel is reflective of this historical period.
Service: The Sukhothai’s warm staff provide legendary Thai hospitality in a serene, tranquil, and opulent environment.
The rooms at the Sukhothai are vast, luxurious and plentiful, with modern amenities and surprises. Guests will be treated like true royalty while staying at the Sukhothai, with some of the hotel’s rooms named after royals that have inspired the country's development, as well as celebrities who have stayed at the hotel.
The Sukhothai’s Deluxe Studio rooms are 148-square-feet and offer lovely pool views. Guests may choose from king-sized or twin beds, in rooms decorated with the finest of Thai silks and teakwood furniture. A large desk is available for guests’ use, along with a iPod connection, as well as LCD TV and DVD player.
The hotel’s Executive Suites, at 249-square-feet, offer guests central water garden, as well as cityscape views. The interior contains an open-plan bedroom-living room, as well as a glass-walled bathroom with double vanities and a silk chaise lounge, for the ultimate in royal amenities.
The hotel’s Superior Rooms offer guests 124-square-feet of space, with queen-size beds, decorated with the finest of Thai silks and teakwood furniture. The well-appointed bathroom has an oversized bathtub and luxurious amenities to ensure guests consistently feel like royalty.
The hotel’s health club is the ideal spot for guests looking to keep up their fitness while traveling, offering an extensive range of fitness and aerobics equipment, open 24 hours a day, as well as a tennis and squash court, jacuzzi, sauna, and steam rooms.
The Sukhothai’s Spa is immersed in the hotel’s verdant gardens, where guests can enjoy a diverse array of rejuvenating treatments for the mind and body.
The hotel’s expansive 82-foot outdoor infinity-edge swimming pool is the ideal spot to while away an afternoon, with a spacious pool deck for lounging. Aqua aerobics lessons can also be arranged here.
Guests can indulge in award-winning Thai cuisine prepared by some of the greatest chefs Thailand has to offer. Many people come to enjoy the famed Sunday brunch, which is renowned amongst frequent visitors to the hotel and Bangkok’s expat community alike. The tranquil setting at some of the hotel’s fine dining restaurants is truly the stuff of dreams, overlooking the courtyard with a serene pond with lotus blossoms floating past, making this is truly a special place to be.
If the folks at Travel + Leisure know what they’re talking about, the Celadon is the “Best Restaurant in Bangkok”, featuring true Thai style and service. This iconic Bangkok restaurant serves up deliciously authentic, rich and fresh Thai dishes to guests sitting in the restaurant’s cozy air-conditioned salas, while being serenaded with traditional Thai instrumental music.
Colonnade restaurant features a vast array of international cuisine, as well as entertaining live cooking that includes highly-trained sushi chefs rolling up their latest lunch creations. The Sunday brunch here is the stuff of legend.
This classical fine dining restaurant serves up authentic Italian cuisine with a creative twist, alongside a fantastic selection of imported wines.
The Sukhothai’s poolside bar and cafe has an array of tantalizing cocktails and light snacks to keep guests satisfied while they enjoy a much-needed lounge by the pool.
Guests of the Sukhothai who enjoy the intimacy of private dining can make use of the hotel’s private dining room, ideal for everything from one-on-one affairs to private meetings and banquets.
The Salon serves up delightful coffees, cocktails, light snacks, and afternoon tea, and is home to The Sukhothai’s famed “Chocolate Buffet”, which is offered only on weekends, amidst live traditional Thai music.
The Zuk Bar is an innovatively-decorated hot-spot that serves up aperitifs and after-dinner drinks, which takes on a club atmosphere in the late evening with resident DJs spinning out tunes.
The Thimian Gourmet Shop sells sweets ranging from pastries to truffles, gourmet teas and coffees, sandwiches, quiches, and more.
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