The former Four Seasons Bangkok gets re-branded as the Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. The hotel will undergo a US$20 million facelift and become the Thai-based hotel group's signature property.
The former Four Seasons Bangkok has been rebranded as the Anantara Siam Bangkok. It will undergo a US$20 million facelift. Public areas and some of the guest rooms will be refurbished.
“We are excited to reflag this prestigious property in central Bangkok to our core luxury Anantara brand, and it’s a fantastic addition to the brand’s portfolio," says Dillip Rajakarier, Chief Executive Officer of Minor Hotel Group.
"The property has a great history and will become the brand’s flagship here in Thailand, and we are confident that as Anantara Siam it will continue its life as one of the city’s leading hotels”.
The hotel has 354 rooms and suites. Rooms measure 42 square metres. Suites run from 72 to 344 squar metres. The marble bathrooms have deep tubs and separate showers.
Most rooms have views of the hotel's tropical gardens, the swimming pool, or the Royal Bangkok Sports Club. Some of the rooms have views of Bangkok's colourful streets.
The hotel's interior design reflects traditional and contemporary Thai style. Furnishings include authentic Thai artifacts, teak furniture, and silk fabrics.
Facilities include a spa, a 24 hour gym, a squash court, and a yoga, aerobics, and spinning studio. There are 10 food and beverage outlets serving everything from Thai to Japanese and Italian cusine.
Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, 155 Rajadamri Road, Bangkok, Thailand. Telephone: +66 2 126 8866.
The hotel is located in central Bangkok’s Ratchaprasong district. It is across the street from the Royal Bangkok Sports Club and next to a Skytrain station.
The hotel is a short taxi ride from Lumpini Park and most of the city's key shopping malls and tourists attractions.
The hotel is a 45 minute drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, which serves mostly international traffic, and a 25 minute drive from Don Mueang International Airport, which serves mostly domestic traffic.
The hotel offers a fast track greeting service to speed up customs upon arrival. Hotel limosines into the city are also WiFi enabled.
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