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Waldorf Astoria Bangkok set for late 2018 opening

Last year, the long awaited opening of The Park Hyatt Bangkok was the high point of the Thailand hospitality calendar of 2017. This year the most anticipated luxury hotel opening in Thailand is The Waldorf Astoria Bangkok. A stunning property for the discerning traveller who wishes to wallow in stylish decadence, the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok is due to open in the third quarter of 2018.

If you wish to join the elite group of VIPs that frequent the hotel offerings of Waldorf Astoria, think along the lines of world leaders to iconic personalities such as Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra, you can be amongst the first to walk through the magnificent doors of the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok.

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Waldorf Astoria has an international portfolio of 30 hotels and resorts with an unwavering commitment to its guests in the areas of personalised service and impressive lush surrounds, many in landmark destinations around the world.   The Waldorf Astoria Bangkok is the brand’s first venture into South East Asia and announces the introduction of “Unforgettable Experiences in Bangkok and Beyond”, setting new heights for luxury in Asia.

Reminiscent of a sprouting magnolia flower, the building sits in the heart of the bustling Ratchaprasong intersection of Bangkok’s CBD, only a 2-minute walk from both routes of the BTS Skytrain and a 13-minutes stroll from the colourful Pratunam Market. Timeless and elegant, a stay here promises to fulfill your every wanton wish with a sublime sense of endearing Thai spirit.  Every moment will become an unforgettable memory as you glide around this visual feast of soaring ceilings and dramatic accents of bronze throughout the hotel.

Guestroom at The Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

Guest room with view of the Royal Bangkok Sports Club at The Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

The Magnolias Ratchadamri mixed-use complex overlooks the Royal Bangkok Sports Club and sits snugly beside the Grand Hyatt Erawan.  Contemporary in style whispering of luxury denote the 171 spacious guest rooms complete with marble bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows allowing the natural light to infuse the guest rooms. Everything you could possibly want from flat-screen TVs, minibars to coffee makers will be at your disposal, as well as 24/7 room service is available to appease any late night munching desires.  There are deluxe rooms to perfect suites for those wishing for more space, coming in 1 and 2 bedroom configurations to suit singles, couples or families.

Bathroom in guest room at The Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

You will be able to dine on the rooftop (55 floors up), in one of the 6 in-house signature restaurants or swan around one of the 2 sophisticated bars.  The wellness spa will satisfy any pampering urges and the outdoor infinity pool will tempt the water-baby in you.  Private cabanas are where you can steal some time alone or for the energetic there is a 24-hour fitness centre, where you can pump your well-toned muscles.  Opulent reception areas are available for special occasions or corporate meetings and you will have a personal concierge for your entire stay to do your bidding.

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Gail Palethorpe is a self-confessed travel junky and caffeine addict with a penchant for the finer things in life such as expensive wine, designer labels and decadent fluffy pillows to lay her head on at night. Having lived in Thailand for numerous years, she is a bit of an avid hotel bed sleuth where the sheet thread count rivals the depth of the bathtub, free standing of course, and whether there is a rubber duck to play with. It is always those extra touches that win her over.

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