Tower of Excellence
What it is
A new 158-room retreat within a sculptural skyscraper, with a saltwater pool and Rosewood Spa.
What it isn't
Hungry. There are four restaurants on the premises, including a speakeasy cocktail bar, Lennon’s, hidden behind a 6,000-album record library (get the Bee Gees cocktail, with pisco honey, citrus and fig jam).
What we think
Ornate touches meld swimmingly with modernism in this paen to luxury, where even the 452-square-foot “starter” Deluxe Room category is fitted with the most sumptuous amenities imaginable: Frette 600-thread-count linens, a bedside control panel that allows you to control draperies and lighting, a Nespresso coffee machine, soaking tub set beside floor to ceiling windows, and (perk of all perks) twice daily housekeeping. For the ultimate pampering, book the Two-Bedroom Sky Pool Suite, which has its own plunge pool on a private terrace lofted over the skyline, plus nearly 2,000 square feet of living space and butler service.
You're here because
The 9th floor mosaic-lined saltwater lap pool is nothing short of heaven on a hot, humid day: shrouded in leafy trees, with its own organic cafe.
Lakorn European Brasserie hosts a six course afternoon tea that’s nothing short of divine—French, proper British, and thoroughly Thai at once. The best part? You can swap your “tea” for a tea infused gin cocktail. This is living.
Restaurants & Bars
LAKORN EUROPEAN BRASSERIE - European Seasonal Flavors
G&O - Green & organic with Eurasian influence
NAN BEI - Authentic Northern and Southern Chinese
LENNON'S - Cocktails and lite Snacks
Bangkok’s business district hub, a mere three block walk from Nai Lert Park Heritage Home, where you can explore the iconic Thai developer’s own home, a century-old teak structure on the Saen Saep Canal.