| April 23, 2012

The Sukhothai Bangkok has unveiled its Suite Indulgence package, which offers excellent value to discerning travellers looking for the best in design, flawless service and unsurpassed luxury, with some fabulous added value surprises.

Guests staying three nights or more in any of The Sukhothai’s beautifully conceived and impeccably appointed suites will receive a 15 percent discount, complimentary high speed Wi-Fi internet access and a local English newspaper. An additional luxurious surprise awaits guests booking the Garden Suite, Deluxe Residence Suite, The Beaufort Suite or The Sukhothai Suite: a complimentary Molton Brown ‘Hotel Remedies’ kit of products tailor made for travelling.

Set within six acres of tranquil, beautifully landscaped gardens and lily ponds in the heart of Bangkok, this iconic hotel combines traditional refinement with immaculate contemporary style and has long been a favourite with design-savvy visitors to Thailand’s bustling capital. The exquisite suites encapsulate the signature opulent yet pared back décor with the ultimate luxury of space. All offer separate bedroom and living areas; spacious bathrooms with generous double basins; oversize bathtubs and separate showers; walk-in wardrobes; and all the facilities of a world class hotel.

The suites range from a spacious 66 square metres in the Deluxe Terrace Suite, which has its own balcony overlooking the swimming pool, complete with private sun lounger; through to the palatial 198 square metres of The Sukhothai Suite, which features such luxuries of space as a lounge with a grand piano; a private dining room; fully equipped kitchen; separate study; bedroom with separate dressing room; and master bathroom.

The décor combines contemporary design and facilities with unmistakeable Thai style and grace to give a true sense of place, and each suite has its own character and unique features: the 76 square metre Deluxe Suite has a separate bedroom and living room divided by gorgeous teakwood doors, which allow guests to tailor their own space; the 76 square metre Garden Suite has high ceilings and a private balcony facing the peaceful lotus ponds and courtyard garden; the 98 square metre Deluxe Residence Suite has a separate living room, dining room and bedroom; whilst the 138 square metre Beaufort Suite overlooks the swimming pool and houses a large sun terrace with an open plan living room, bedroom and kitchen area.


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