Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel has unveiled its new contemporary Thai-inspired guestrooms, offering leisure and business travellers even more style at the brand’s Thai flagship property.
Designed by Jeffrey A. Wilkes of LTW Designworks the new interiors of the deluxe and premier guestrooms inject a fresh sense of luxury by infusing a more contemporary aesthetic, greeting guests with a subtle Thai character remaining true to the ethos of the Anantara brand.
Using regional undertones, typical Asian details were eschewed with the design instead paying homage to Thai palaces that have been constructed with European influences. Thai silk has been used as wall panels to give an elegant finish, a refined reflection of Thailand, and an antique map of Bangkok in the Deluxe rooms provides an interesting conversation piece.
The 307 new 42-square-metre deluxe and premier guest rooms in one king-size bed or two double beds configurations can accommodate up to three adults or two adults and a child, and feature an ensuite marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub and separate glass enclosed shower.
Four room categories are available: Deluxe Room, Deluxe View Room, Premier Room and Premier View Room. The View category rooms’ expansive windows reveal the hotel’s tropical gardens, swimming pool or the private golf course of the Royal Bangkok Sports Club.
Ideal for business travellers, some of the deluxe and premier guestrooms are located on the hotel’s Kasara Floor where, for a daily fee, guests are afforded access to the Kasara Executive Lounge with all-day dining, dedicated concierge and business services, and private meeting facilities.
The addition of a complimentary Handy smartphone in every room allows guests to keep in touch with family and friends with unlimited international calls and texts to 25 countries, and 4G and preloaded popular apps to explore Bangkok with ease.
The refurbishment of its deluxe and premier guestrooms completes a THB 470 million project that also saw the upgrade of Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel’s suites and public spaces.