137 Pillars to bring their luxurious bespoke suites to Bangkok

A luxury boutique hotel brand built on the passion of the Wongphanlert Family and following the success of the heritage hotel 137 Pillars House in Chiang Mai, 137 Pillars Suites and Residences Bangkok promises to deliver a sublime experience for international business and leisure travelers.

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The brand epitomizes “Where life becomes Legendary” offering premium bespoke hospitality services paired with lush accommodations.  Opening in 2017, 137 Pillars Hotels Suites and Residences Bangkok is the second foray into Thailand’s burgeoning hotel scene, with the future prospect of the 137 Pillars Estate Phuket to open in 2019 on the shores of Kata Beach.

137 Pillars Suites and Residences Bangkok will feature 34 decadent suites and 179 private residences for a select few to enjoy. Sitting in the heart of Bangkok’s bustling Sukhumvit District at Soi 39, famous for its shopping – think Emquartier/Emporium – all of the suites will be on the 23rd to the 30th Floors.  Ranging from 70-127 sq mts in one and two bedroom configurations of 4 different executive classes, they are named after royal periods in Thailand’s history such as the Rattanakosin, the Ayuthaya, the Sukhothai and the Thonburi.

The suites are all richly furnished in plush fabrics with a liberal use of mirrors to reflect the subtle use of neutral tones and soft lighting.  You can dine in private bliss in your own suite if you wish to rather than taking advantage of the in-house restaurant, indulge in your own wine cellar, grab a drink from your in-room bar or swan around on your balcony looking at the world like a king in his castle.

There are walk-in wardrobes to stash the contents of your Louis Vuitton bag, a huge bath to share with your rubber duck whilst watching television, if you want to, in your expansive ensuite. The 2 bedroom suites actually have 2 bathrooms to stop any squabbling.  The Ayutthaya and Sukhothai Suites have the added benefits of 137 Pillars signature rocking chair and relaxing daybed on the balconies. There is mood lighting to suit your frame of mind, USB ports for charging your necessary gadgets, complimentary Wi-Fi, fresh cotton bathrobes and a complimentary newspaper of your choice.  If going to the gym is a bit hard to manage, you can have your own yoga mat or in-suite gym.

A private butler and personal shopper services are at your disposal, air-conditioned limousines and tuk tuks will be waiting to take you where you heart desires and the Wellness Lifestyle Spa & Meditation Sala is the definitive answer for those de-stressing moments you may need. The Sky Bar is the perfect place to chill out late in the afternoon or at night, whilst the Jack Bain’s Bar and Cigar Divan is the epitome of self-indulgence.   If dining in your room is not on your agenda neither is restaurant hunting in Bangkok’s humidity, you can take advantage of the in-house “Nimitr Restaurant” dishing up traditional Thai favorites or head to the all-day dining bistro and deli named “The Bangkok Trading Post” for a Western taste.  Everything you could want can be arranged from private golf lessons to customized tours.
You can even be fast-tracked through immigration upon arriving or departing Bangkok if required.

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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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