Kempinski Hotels has confirmed a May 2020 opening for the new Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok.
Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is nestled in the ‘green corridor’ of Bangkok and is the extension of the largest green space in the city – Lumphini Park. The design of the building seamlessly blends in with the eclectic tropical garden and its serene pathways surrounding the hotel. Every detail is devised to provide utmost comfort, from the soaring lobby basking in natural daylight to the spacious soundproof rooms and dedicated wellness programs, all in anticipating the needs and wants of modern travellers.
“We are bringing a new perspective to luxury lifestyle travelling. I am particularly excited to introduce to our guests the wellness concept at the hotel, whereby we take wellbeing to the next level,” says Edward E. Snoeks, General Manager of Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok and The Residences at Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. “Our vision from the start was to create a forward-looking and mindful guest journey with a refined approach to design, innovative guest experiences and impeccable service.”
With room sizes starting at 66 square metres, the largest lead-in room category in the city, the hotel’s 285 oversized guestrooms’ interiors feature authentic Thai elements. A nod to the local culture and everyday Thai life is showcased with the Phudtan, a local flower motif; vivid colours of Benjarong ceramics provide cheerful tones to the furnishings while the intricate patterns of the Rajabopit temple grace the walls. Each room features a dining table, a standalone bath with a separate shower and a private balcony with a seating area for relaxing and admiring the surrounding greenery.
Unique to Bangkok, guests travelling for business or leisure can seamlessly continue their own wellbeing routine or choose to make a fresh start at Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. Leading global wellness expert, Resense, has meticulously crafted 4,000 square metres to empower guests to achieve optimum wellbeing.
Inspired by the leading wellbeing destinations of the world, the spa is complete with 26 treatment rooms, including private suites, and offers a bespoke collection of treatments and advanced therapies focused upon detoxification, rejuvenation and prevention.
At Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok offers four distinctive dining and drinking concepts, including the airy Lobby Lounge which provides the archway to the gardens and hotel in warm and welcoming surroundings, whether for afternoon tea or relaxed business meetings. Other venues include Flow, serving “modern wellness cuisine”; Flourish, a beautiful garden-view restaurant, featuring an open kitchen and menus with Thai, European, Mediterranean, Asian and vegan cuisine; and Firefly Bar.
More information at kempinski.com/en/bangkok/sindhorn-hotel/