At the core of Bangkok’s ever evolving hospitality scene is its constant push for design gumption, a call actualised by SO Sofitel Bangkok’s 237 rooms and suites based on 4 elemental themes of wood, earth, water and metal.
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SO Spa took a cue from the design themes of the hotel's rooms and conjured up an inventive treatment called the 'Serenity of 5 Elements'. Incorporating traditional wooden hammer 'Thai Tok Sen' massage, hot herbal press with less conventional cold metal ball rolling, one walks away from this experience with mixed feelings, wondering if perhaps a proper 90 mins massage might not have done more with less. A sitting at HI-SO rooftop bar come with yummy cocktails, tasty bar grubs and spectacular views.
The folks at Club Signature are always so kind and convivial to guests they feel more like friends than staff. Naturally, when one is drenched in costume a la Monsieur Christian Lacroix, the sense of service takes on new heights.
When the hotel was launched at the turn of the current decade, these were the most exciting designer rooms in the region. Here the eyes can feast on sartorial excesses and inhabit outrageously accoutered rooms. A few check-ins later, the dramatic quotient has significantly abated and the expectation is once again hinged on service, service, service.