For decades now The Sukhothai has been the definitive face of Thai hospitality in the highest reaches of the sector. As an architectural enigma its comely interiors, wrought through the imagination of Ed Tuttle and Kerry Hill, have withstood the transition of tastes and time. As an emblem of grand Thai service the collective face of this legendary establishment still emanates the warmth and grace of a royal culture. As a luxury beacon this hotel is still one's preferred home away from home in a tranquil pocket of frenzied Bangkok. The beauty and elegance of this cherished address have truly been imbued with a timelessness that few hotels can hope to match.
While at The Sukhothai Bangkok,
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Check into one of the fabulous rooms at its new wing. The interiors are contemporary and modish with accents grafted from the cultural aesthetics of the Sukhothai DNA. There are only a handful of suites on its top floors and they are indeed some of Bangkok's most spacious and gorgeous.
The spacious executive lounge is one of the best attraction at the new building where guests can enjoy breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails daily.
Celadon has just reopened post COVID and its menu is still brimming with refined favourites from Thailand's classical culinary volumes.
A legendary once-a-week (only Saturdays) affair at the timeless Sukhothai, the chocolate buffet is an attraction for locals and tourists alike and was booked solid for weeks in its heyday. The art of rendering a cup of hot chocolate takes centerstage here, complemented by 2 buffet stations proffering sweet and savoury delights.