High on Hotels:Siam Kempinski Hotel, Bangkok

 

We absolutely love the hotel life… Think about it-don’t we all love to delve into the absolute luxury of comfort when on a holiday and the idea is to simply relax and be at ones comfortable best especially when you have had a busy day exploring the city. Or what about those work trips? Who doesn’t like coming back to a supremely well-kept room packed with all the essentials at your disposal even when you are away from home? We believe a good hotel pampers you even more than your own peeps back home. It is only fair to give such hotels who are redefining the guest experience their due. It is with this thought that we at Helipad on Heels are coming up with a special series where we will talk about some truly fine hotels from around the World.

This time around we are rather high on learning all about the very plush Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. We got talking with the hotel representatives and are now sharing all that you need to know about this super property.

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Q: Why a stay here would prove to be the most memorable one?

A: Because of our perfect and ideal location with prestige facilities and services. Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is Bangkok’s only luxury hotel offering a “resort-like’ experience in the city centre. The hotel is located in the heart of Bangkok’s premier shopping and entertainment district and within an easy reach of the Skytrain (BTS) Siam Interchange Station. The only luxury hotel that provides a direct access to Siam Paragon through the sky bridge located on Floor 2 of the Royal Wing. Most rooms feature breathtaking views of the lush green garden and free-form swimming pool with 21 rooms offering a direct access. Therefore, the hotel is a perfect place for an ideal vacation.

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Q: What all facilities would you find in the room?

A: Here are the facilities available- 100% cotton over-sized bath towels, Cable television, Coffee and tea making facilities, Complimentary local daily newspapers, DVD player on request, Hair dryer, Hypoallergenic pillows on request, Individually controlled air-conditioning system, In-room safe, Iron and ironing board, Multi-line telephone(s) with voicemail, Laundry and dry-cleaning (in specific room categories), Personal safe, Refrigerated private bar, Twice-daily housekeeping service, Wired and Wi-Fi broadband Internet and Complimentary mini-bar replenished daily.

Q: Elaborate on the facilities in the hotel for in-house guests?

A: Here are the details-

-Kids Club: The Kempinski Kids Club welcomes in-house children aged from 3 to 12. To keep your young ones entertained, it provides an educational and fun environment supervised by qualified staff.

-Fitness Centre: The 24 hours open fitness centre is fully equipped with TECHNOGYM CARDIOVASCULAR equipment. It also features an aerobics room with a selection of classes, such as step aerobics, body stretching, muscle relaxation and Muay Thai, which are complimentary for hotel guests. A private class with a professional trainer is available at an additional charge.

-Kempinski The Spa: Embark on the ultimate spa journey at Kempinski the Spa, which is inspired by the European cycle of the seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. The signature treatments include the Seasonal Massage, which can be personalized according to the individual’s seasonal element.

-Business Centre: This comprehensive service centre can cater to all your business and secretarial needs and offers mobile telephone rental service, local pre-paid SIM cards, photocopying, printing and scanning, video conferencing, Internet computer stations and meeting rooms.

-Executive Lounge: Guests staying in the Executive Room and all suites can enjoy complimentary access to the Executive Lounge. Located on Floor 17 of the Royal Wing, the Executive Lounge offers personalised check-in and check-out as well as basic secretarial services. It is also equipped with small meeting rooms, allowing guests to hold business meetings or private discussions. Complimentary non-alcoholic and selected alcoholic beverages, including beer and house wines, are available throughout the day. Guests can exclusively enjoy breakfast, all-day snacks, afternoon tea and evening cocktails with a variety of freshly made sandwiches and canapés.

-Restaurants: Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin, Niche, Brasserie Europa, Rotunda, Hanuman Bar and not to forget the in-room Dining.

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Q: Must try restaurant in the hotel and why?

A: “Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin” is hotel’s signature restaurant which is conceptualized by renowned chef Henrik Yde Anderson, whose Kiin Kiin restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark has been awarded one Michelin star since 2008 and is the only Thai restaurant in the world with this prestigious honour. Diners are offered a set menu of modern Thai dishes with a unique, contemporary twist which cannot be found elsewhere.

Q: Please throw some light on the USP of the hotel?

A: Here is what we feel is the USP-

-It is the only luxury urban hotel in the city which offers a resort-like atmosphere allowing guests to indulge and relax in the beautiful surroundings while shopping malls are located just steps away from the property. The hotel offers a 24 –hour buggy service within its neighborhood area.

– From a total number of 401 rooms and suites, the stay at either Cabana Room or Duplex Cabana offers a real getaway experience in the city without actually being a getaway with its direct pool access from a private terrace.

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– A  spacious residential style Kids’ Club (complimentary access for in-house guests) sized 275 square metres (2,960 square feet) features art and craft zone, game zone, playground, Karaoke room and the city’s first ever Kids’ Cooking School (located inside the Kids’ Club) where the Kempinski Junior Chef Programme has been introduced.

So, now that we have shared all that we found out, you too could consider tasting luxury the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok way when hitting the city next.

Pictures Courtesy: Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

 

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