Uncluttered 5 star elegance in the sky, the Compass Skyview Hotel Bangkok, is a contemporary hotel where the discerning guest will want to hang out in the Mojo Bar with views to die for over the blinking lights of the city’s skyline – think floor to ceiling windows – and decadent old world charm reeking of leather and crystal. Whilst for others it may be the Cuban Sky Bar, where you can tinkle the ice blocks in your drink whilst leisurely puffing on your perfect cigar choice in total Havana bliss.
The site of the UNESCO listed Khao Yai National Park is mere moments from the new boutique U Hotel Khao Yai with its tasteful lashings of bourgeois Parisian chic, opened in November 2016.
If you don’t want to be parted from your pseudo baby of 4 legs whilst on holiday, your problems are over. The pet friendly dusitD2 Khao Yai which opened this past summer allows you to bring along the creature that you can’t leave behind, with or without any other partner or family in tow.
If you are heading to the cosmopolitan north of Thailand and the cultural hub known as Chiang Mai, the latest addition to the hotel scene in this eclectic and dynamic city is the North Hill City Resort Chiang Mai. Opened in August 2016, this luxurious five-star resort will make an appearance as the “pretty lady” of the Chiang Mai domain with stunning views of Doi Suthep as a backdrop.
Opening in November 2016, Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park sits in the buzzing environs of Sukhumvit Road in downtown Bangkok flanked by designer shopping venues, business and entertainment hubs that pulsate 24/7.