Situated in the heart of Bangkok's commercial district on Wireless road with a straight line of lush trees and an easy access to Bangkok's BTS skytrain system via the Phloen Chit station, many of the city’s incredible sights, shopping, and entertainment options of this vibrant, bustling metropolis are within easy reach.
Walking into the new lobby, you will immediately be greeted by the elegant outline of a temple and pagoda seen from the Ratcha Woradit Royal Pier given a modern twist. A shade of earth tone hue brought to your attention in a hint of zen motif. From the giant pillars to the chosen sofas color and orderly arrangements, there is no doubt
minimalism plays an essential element while the new design is inspired from the “Art of Wood and Impression of Bangkok”.
Designer Ray Chuang of celebrated Cheng Chung Design has combined the elegance and warmth of teak, evoking Thailand’s local temples and traditional houses, with lighter oak, gold and brushed bronze to stunning effect throughout the hotel.
Art of Wood: The color tone of the new design is inspired by shade of teak wood which is considered as the queen of timber. The designer embraces teak’s elegant brown color and adds a contrast of glossy gold materials and metal, creating a classy, fine and sleek feeling. The soft grain of brown teak wood, so evocative of Thailand’s past, in which local temples and houses were all built with teak.
The towering pagoda is an iconic sight in the Thai capital. The unique temples that represent Bangkok, such as Wat Phra Kaew (The Temple of the Emerald Buddha), Wat Pho and Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn), and views from the Ratcha Woradit Royal Pier - have inspired the designer with a passionate impression. This famous and appealing skyline of the city in the interior design, with a printed decoration and partition in the spacious main lobby are stunningly presented.
At the back of the registration area framed an impression of Bangkok: through 3D crafted artwork of Rajaworadit Pier – the royal pier located on the west side of the Grand Palace. Traditionally, this pier is reserved for the king & royal family since the reign of King Rama I till today. Whenever there is a Royal Barge Procession, the king & royal family will embark from this pier.
The award winning Conrad Bangkok is set to enhance a brand new guest experience as it unveils a major refurbishment since January 2019. The striking new makeover will ensure you to receive the warm welcome and authentic experience so typical of Thailand in a luxurious setting.
The 391 appointed guest rooms, 20 suites and 56 twins, blend Thai décor, natural woods and sensuous silks. The renovation also introduces two new room types - Premium Room and Grand Premium Room. Decorated with local Thai accents, the room also features a big floor-to-ceiling glass wall separating the bedroom from the luxurious bathroom, with a shower and freestanding bathtub. Our Corner Deluxe room marries luxury with innovation and elegant design, with carefully calibrated lighting designed by leading lighting consultants Tino Kwan to ensure the appropriate light levels are preset for day and night, working and relaxing.
All rooms are equipped with intelligent technology, such as climate control based on external temperatures and the position of the sun. Contemporary luxury and innovative technology includes multi-use, desk-dining tables allowing rooms to function for both work and leisure. Each new guest room is equipped with the heavenly and signature The Conrad Bed for the perfect night’s sleep with USB ports placed on either side.
For leisure activities, the resort-style facilities include an on-site health fitness 24-hour Bodyworx gym, 2 outdoor tennis courts and even a rooftop running track. The gigantic resort lifestyle outdoor swimming pool is another rare find in the Bangkok metropolis.
A secluded small “waterfall” pool area away from the main pool surrounded by lush tropical plants for further relaxation is certainly an ideal way to ease your busy day return from outside.
For further pampering and indulgence, the calming Seasons Spa offers some real good signature spa treatments with well furnished 11 thematic spa rooms and top quality amenities to unlock your emotional journey.
Conrad Bangkok offers exquisite dining choices including a Chinese restaurant at LIU with some real Cantonese flavours to explore.
KiSara serves some traditional Japanese food with premium produces freshly flown from Japan regularly helmed by the famed Japanese Chef de Cuisine Kenji Shindo and Bangkok’s only female Japanese Teppan Chef, Masami Inoue.
An afternoon tea is not to be missed at the elegant Diplomat Bar. Besides the warm scones, Thai savories and sweets is another highlight for an afternoon light bites and you could stay on for happy hour by sampling the house’s signature cocktails or a selection of sophisticated wines and spirits.
While the new Club Lounge is still on its way for completion during our visit, a temporary set up on the 3rd floor event rooms are equally elegant serving cocktails and selected wines and house pouring brands together with a reasonable well-spread mini buffet from cold cuts, cheese selection to warm savories that changes daily as well as light deserts. Be sure you get there earlier to get a seat where Club floor guests will pack up the place as early as the happy hour begins.
Breakfast is served at the all-day-dining Café@2 with various international spreads and local Thai delights and the service team are pretty switched-on and the live station kitchen team replenishes the food regularly even during peak hours where breakfast guests flock in at the same time.
A hearty breakfast
The new Conrad Bangkok marries luxury with innovation and contemporary elegant design to ensure their guests Never Just Stay but Stay Inspired with intuitive service. Despite the bell-hop team was a little disoriented during our check out especially when organizing a taxi, Khun Boom from the concierge team is happily and ever ready to listen to what her guests needs are to ensure a hassle free smooth run. Conrad Bangkok remains at the forefront of style and sophistication.
Phatumwan, Bangkok Thailand