AVANI adds first hotel in Thailand AVANI Atrium Bangkok

| December 18, 2014

Appealing to business and leisure guests who appreciate a prime location in the Thai capital, a passion for design and a relaxing stay, the new refreshingly contemporary and simple AVANI Atrium Bangkok is the first upscale hotel under the AVANI brand to open in Thailandon 28 November 2014. The new hotel blends contemporary style and an upbeat vibe, Thai hospitality with professional and welcoming services plus AVANI’s signature hallmarks for sleep satisfaction, a lifestyle zone, honest food and a warm welcome.


AVANI prides itself on a great night’s sleep by offering essential comforts and amenities for all the senses. The hotel has 568 rooms and suites in a range of categories and sizes that are designed with every travel style in mind. Guests can rest easy knowing that all the modern conveniences are provided in their rooms to make their stay as comfortable as possible. The top levels of the 23 storey hotel are Executive Floors, with rooms and suites boasting upgraded amenities  such as 40” LCD TV’s plus DVD player, a hi-fi stereo,  a trouser press, fax machine, office amenities, in addition to Executive Lounge access for a special breakfast, complimentary evening cocktails and canapés, and a host of executive privileges.

A design for life living space is signature to AVANI, and the hotel’s 12 storey atrium lobby creates an impressive central area for the trendy lifestyle hub.  Social and private spaces mean guests can interact, catch up with friends, meet for business or just enjoy a quiet time out.  A connect space makes it easy to email, chat online, surf the web, print boarding passes or charge up a device.  Ideally located in this communal living area, Pantry@AVANI is a casual venue serving drinks, snacks and light meals, either to eat in or grab on the go.


AVANI’s refreshing approach to honest food focuses on freshness, flavour and vitality and at AVANI Atrium Bangkok, options to sip, snack, wine or dine come without any hassle or fuss.  Guests can chill out by the pool with refreshments, eat whenever they like thanks to all day dining, kick back with daytime drinks, pre-dinner cocktails and nightcaps at the Pantry@AVANI or simply pick up the phone and order room service. The   famous Japanese teppanyaki restaurant Benihana will add an exciting eastern dimension in early 2015.

An AVANI stay is all about guests enjoying what matters most to them.  Well-rounded leisure facilities allow travelers to cool off with a dip in the pool, or top up their tan on a lounger.  Parents can take a break watching little ones play in the children’s pool.  Those with stress or energy to burn can stay in shape at the gym or aerobics studio – then relax afterwards in the steam and sauna.  When it’s time to unwind, a busy day of sightseeing or meetings can be followed by a massage or beauty salon pampering. Guests can call upon the concierge 24 hours a day, stop by the tour desk to plan great days and evenings out, and take the stress out of a family holiday with babysitting available.


Corporate guests benefit from seven meeting, boardroom, function and ballroom venues that cater for 10 to 400 people, with flexible layouts and seating options, the latest audio-visual equipment and a host of supporting services.  A team of professional planners ensure everything flows seamlessly for every kind of event, be it a private meeting, large conference, seminar or exhibition, a cocktail reception or grand banquet.

Located in central Bangkok, getting to and from AVANI Atrium Bangkok is easy.  The hotel offers a complimentary shuttle bus service to the Makkasan Station just over a kilometre away, which operates an Airport Rail Link every hour  between 6:00 am and 9:00 pm daily.  For those who prefer airport taxi or chauffeur transfers, the hotel is well placed for expressway access to Bangkok’s two airports, as well as popular parts of the city.  Just a 10 minute walk away, the MRT subway station links to the BTS sky train system, connecting to everything Bangkok has to offer.  The city’s premier shopping, dining and business districts are a short distance from the hotel and the Thailand Cultural Centre, Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre and several key embassies are a quick train or taxi ride.

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Current: Editor of At-Bangkok.com, Managing Director at dp-Studio Co. Ltd. Past: Lecturer, Instructor at School of Architecture King Mongkut University of Technology, Architect at RNL Architect, Architect at Roth Sheppard Architects Education: School of Architecture Chulalongkorn University Bangkok Thailand (B.Arch) School of Architecture University of Arizona USA - School of Architecture University of Colorado, Denver USA (M. Arch)
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