The Sukothai hotel in BangkokCategories All posts0 Comments
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Sawasdee Bangkok, I love it to be here.
The Sukothai hotel is always my first choice.
Its a great location on South Sathorn, near Lumphini Park and MRT Lumphini.
Just nearby in Sathorn on Soi 1 I used to live for three years from 2006 – 2009.
Luxury means different things to different people. For some people its a visual threat others define it in more sensual way both will be more than happy. The Sukothai staff makes guests feel at home within minutes of arrival and will do their best, round the clock, to provide fantastic service and amazing spa experiences.
A perfect place for foodies like me, Australian-born Executive Chef Antony Scholtmeyer has devoted his life to his passion for the culinary world. From his apprenticeship at his family restaurant in Melbourne to his work with some of the best chefs in top independent restaurants across Australia to his experience across Europe and Japan, he spent seven years at Ritz-Carlton hotels around the world, where he broadened and perfected his knowledge and skill, winning awards and recognition.
More recently as an Executive Chef at the InterContinental, Antony had the opportunity to lead the Food & Beverage team for four years in China before coming to The Sukhothai Bangkok to bring diners his culinary creativity and expertise.
Besides this you will find lots of other local food opportunities.
The large executive deluxe rooms feel like colonial era suites in a royal guesthouse, furnished with teakwood and Thai fabrics and are just perfect for family holidays, honeymoon breaks or small business meetings. Large comfortable bathrooms with wooden floors and large tubs round off the refined picture. The typical thai breakfast is included.
I love it to here.