| April 18, 2018

Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse - Praya Kitchen


Bangkok, Thailand — April 3, 2018 — Marriott Hotels, the iconic flagship brand of Marriott International, opens the Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse. Owned by TCC Land Asset World, the premium hotel is situated on Surawong Road, an exciting heritage destination in Bangkok’s city centre that is experiencing a creative revival.

“Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse expands Marriott Hotel’s presence in Bangkok and offers experiences to inspire both international and domestic travellers to travel brilliantly,” said Mike Fulkerson, Vice President, Brands & Marketing Asia-Pacific, Marriott International. “Its modern design, dynamic meeting spaces and creative dining venues will attract both international visitors and local residents.”


Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse’s offers flexible room layouts that feature up to three expansive bedrooms to accommodate guests’ individual needs. Set in a 32-storey modern building, the new-build property comprises of 197 well-appointed guestrooms and 106 deluxe suites that exude contemporary sophistication. Featuring a soothing palette of warm greys, neutrals and textured surfaces, the welcoming interiors embody the Marriott Modern Design philosophy with stylish and dynamic living spaces where guests can work, reenergize and leave inspired.


Conveniently located between Bangkok’s historic quarter and Central Business District, the hotel offers easy access to famed cultural attractions such as Neilson Hays Library, Bangkokian Museum, Sri Maha Mariamman Temple (Wat Khaek) and is situated within steps of the up-and-coming Bangrak Creative District, providing guests with enriching and access to authentic local experiences. The soon-to-open Mahanakhon Observatory, which provides 360-degree panoramic views and a luxury shopping enclave ICONSIAM, is also within easy reach.

Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse - Deluxe Room

The property’s four alluring dining concepts present a rich array of global flavors to delight well-traveled guests. The Lobby Lounge is an all-day dining venue that serves international favorites and light, seasonal dishes. Praya Kitchen celebrates the fragrant and piquant flavours that define Thai cuisine with an elaborate buffet to showcase heritage local fare with a modern twist. Located on the top floor of the hotel, Yào Rooftop Bar presents crafted artisanal cocktails and signature bar bites with a Shanghai-inspired terrace that looks out onto breathtaking views of the colorful cityscape and the Chao Praya river. At Yào Rooftop Bar Restaurant, guests can enjoy elevated Cantonese and Shanghainese fare, elegant tea rituals and unwind in glamorous yet modern Chinese-fashioned interiors.


Designed to meet the needs of Thailand’s dynamic MICE market, the property boasts 1,555 sqm of versatile event space. Event planners can choose from two ballrooms, nine meeting rooms, a colonial-style courtyard and an outdoor garden to create inspired events of all sizes. Each venue is equipped with the latest seamless audio-visual technology for innovative and personalized event experiences. The hotel’s expert event team is able to conceptualize productive business functions, engaging conferences to spark creativity or exclusive private receptions with flair and thoughtful hospitality.


For a restorative wellness experience after a long day of meetings or leisurely exploring the cosmopolitan city, guests can indulge in an array of signature treatments at Quan Spa to refresh the mind and rejuvenate one’s body. Open 24 hours a day, the fitness center is equipped with the state-of-the-art amenities to maintain your workout regime while a dip in the outdoor infinity pool offers light exercise against an enviable backdrop of the Bangkok skyline.


“Leisure and business travelers will enjoy our timeless Thai hospitality right in the heart of Bangkok,” said George Varughese, General Manager, Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse. “Our unique location close to city’s main attractions and within an emerging creative neighbourhood will provide guests with fresh and immersive experiences of Bangkok.”


Bangkok Marriott Hotel The Surawongse is a convenient 45-minute drive from the airport. For more information, please visit

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