The essence of the Dusit Thani brand is best symbolized by the statue of King Rama IV, which stands across the street from the hotel. King Rama IV’s philosophy on the ideal modern state blended western and Thai influences and also conceived the Utopian ideal of Dusit Thani, which means “Town in Heaven” – an important belief for all Thai people.
The original lift design remain since the opening in 1970's.
The hall of fame includes the Royalties and Celebrities from around the globe.
The La Grande Dame lobby lounge
Our Dusit Club Room Junior Suite including of some 60sqm in size, providing separate bedroom, living and bathroom which certainly made for a very comfortable stay. As the main accommodation tower is triangular in construction, the rooms are not a traditional box shape, so our Junior Suite was broken up into three areas - entry/living, bedroom and bathroom, each easily cordoned off with a sliding door, with the living and bed rooms have floor to ceiling windows overlooking the city and Lumpini Park.
The breakfast in the lounge was most satisfying accommodating many international and local tastes for the food on offer. You may also want to spend a little bit more time during cocktail hours behind heading out for a meal with their premium selections of beverages and snacks, not to mention that comes with quite a generous service.
The public spaces are old-world grandeur that is still pleasing to see amongst all the other existing hotels in the area and this may be one of the reasons for you to choose this hotel, a fond nostalgic memory assured. The hotel lobby with the large columns and double height ceilings is quite charming still, with the internal courtyard waterfall has some very mature lush garden foliage that is incredibly photogenic and is also quite rare to see in city hotels especially in Bangkok, all this adds to an ambience that cannot easily be re-created in today’s hotels.