Posted by: kookkhu | July 19, 2010

The Peninsula Bangkok — Bangkok, Thailand

In the few years since the hotel opened, the luxurious riverside Peninsula Bangkok has quickly established itself as one of Bangkok’s finest hotels, winning many awards and accolades, including “World’s Best Hotel” in 2003 by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine. Thanks to its unique waved-shape design and location on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, The Peninsula Bangkok is a stunning, 39-storey hotel offering uninterrupted panoramic views of Bangkok from every one of its large, luxurious guest rooms and suites.
The Peninsula Bangkok is within easy access of the business and shopping districts of Bangkok and is close to several of the city’s numerous attractions. Adjacent to the Saphan Taksin Station of the Bangkok Sky Train (BTS), The Peninsula Bangkok is also just 35 minutes from Don Muang International Airport. Among the largest in Bangkok, each one of the guest rooms features pioneering technology, allowing hotel guests to control their environment with the touch of a fingertip.

The hotel’s elegant and chic dining options include contemporary Pacific Rim cuisine at the stylish Jesters restaurants, authentic Cantonese cuisine at Mei Jiang, extensive International buffet at River Cafe & Terrace and home-style Thai dining by the river at Thiptara. With unrivaled hotel facilities, The Peninsula Bangkok features a magnificent, three-tiered swimming pool, a Fitness Center with gymnasium, sauna, and steam rooms as well as a Beauty Salon offering a range of massage treatments. Hotel guests of The Peninsula Bangkok also have special access to the exclusive Thai Country Club golf course. The Peninsula Bangkok blends traditional Thai hospitality with a fresh yet timeless elegance – and, of course, the legendary Peninsula service.


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