Siam Kempinski hotel in Bangkok accepted first guests on July 22. Located in the heart of Thailand's capital, the luxury hotel features 303 standard and luxury rooms and 98 suites. This is the 64th property in the Kempinski collection, which has been around since 1897 and is known to be the oldest hospitality group in Europe.
Close to the hotel are the modern Siam Paragon trade center and Bangkok's BTS Skytrain transportation system. You can use the system and get to the airport quickly. The hotel prides itself on a collection of hundreds of paintings by Thai artists. All rooms face a beautiful hotel garden with fountains and three swimming pools filled with sea water.
Kempinski's European heritage is reflected in the hotel restaurants - Brasserie Europa and T Lounge, plus 1897 whiskey bar – offering exquisite cuisine and a broad selection of cigars. The modern Sra Bua restaurant and Kempinski The Spa are expected to open within a few weeks.
Thai style marble lobby with high ceilings, two spiral stairways and a lotus-shaped fountain, has become a beautiful addition to the hotel in Thailand.
On the occasion of the opening, the administration has announced a special price - $239 per stay, including the use of the mini-bar, unlimited Wi-Fi connection, tea, coffee and movies. A two-night stay ensures free third night. The offer is valid until October 31, 2010.