- A visually stunning, vertical architectural marvel, Rosewood Bangkok’s contemporary form is inspired by the “wai”, the famous Thai gesture of greeting. The uber luxe Bangkok hotel is a design icon and a modern expression of the gracious Thai culture.
- One of the most exclusive properties in Bangkok, Rosewood Bangkok offers world-class amenities for keeping both body and soul in balance. Relaxation and rejuvenation take center stage in the indulgent spa and state-of-the-art Fitness Studio.
- Rosewood Bangkok is situated in a prime location in the city’s central business district along Ploenchit and Sukhumvit Roads, within an enclave encompassing embassies, new residential towers, offices and upscale retail outlets.
- The hotel’s 159 rooms, including 23 unique suites and houses with private pools and terraces, have contemporary residential styling and each guest is welcomed and treated with personalized attention just as if they were entering their own manor home.
- Rooms and suites are elegantly decorated and offer views over the city. Select accommodations also include spacious terraces and private plunge pools.
- Rosewood Bangkok features four innovative & trendy restaurant and bars, including a brasserie, signature Chinese restaurant, top-floor speakeasy bar with a whiskey library and a 6,000-vinyl collection and the first upscale organic café situated in a Bangkok hotel.
- Sense, A Rosewood Spa offers treatments inspired by Thai culture, with ancient Thai beauty rituals and remedies. The spa also offers a nail bar and hair salon.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Located within the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok, the sacred Wat Phra Kaew is also known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha – a highly revered Buddha image meticulously carved from a single block of jade. Its origins are lost to time, but the statue is believed to have been discovered in the northern city of Chiang Rai in 1434 A.D., after a stucco Buddha image was struck by lightning, revealing the remarkable treasure within. The Emerald Buddha is raised on a series of platforms which no one is allowed near except His Majesty the King, who performs a cloaking ceremony three times a year. The auspicious ritual is believed to bring good luck and fortune to each season.
The largest market in the country, Chatuchak, also known as JJ, is a weekend-only market with over 15,000 stalls spread over 27 sections, drawing crowds in excess of 300,000 per day. You can find everything you will ever need, from furniture to accessories, music to fashion, as well as food and drink.
Or Tor Kor Market is packed with the best fresh produce and ready-to-eat Thai food in Bangkok. This sprawling fresh market was originally set up as an agriculture collective, where people could come to sell their homegrown fruit, vegetables, spices, seafood and much more. Today, it’s widely acknowledged as one of the best places to shop for produce, with the bustling atmosphere and vibrant color showcasing an authentic Thailand.
Thailand’s national sport was once a combat fighting style used in battle with the Kingdom’s enemies, though these days it’s become a major hit with spectators instead. For the best ringside seat to watch the “art of eight limbs” — as Muay Thai is known due to its use of hands, elbows, knees and shins — head to Rajadamnern Stadium, which has been packing them in since 1945.
Once upon a time, Bangkok was riven by canals — indeed, boats were the main form of getting around before the waterways were mostly filled in and replaced by roads. That said, there are still enough to enjoy a ride in the distinctive long-tail boat, so-called due to the lengthy pole that holds the propeller at a distance. Pick up a ride from Sathorn Pier, close to Taksin Bridge right off Saphan Taksin BTS station.
It may be one of the more painful souvenirs, but a sak yant tattoo promises many benefits for the bearer. Thais believe the spiritual inking, traditionally done by a monk using a khem sak — a sharpened metal stick — brings great luck to the bearer, as well as good fortune, protection from harm, improved health and increased strength. Done well, they can also look rather stylish.
Lumpini Park is central Bangkok’s largest green space which offers peace and tranquility in bustling Bangkok. Named after the birthplace of the Lord Buddha in Nepal, the park spans more than half a million square meters with a lake in the center. The park offers recreation for all ages from Tai Chi, basketball, biking and jogging to ballroom dancing.
Often overlooked by visitors who pass by on their way to the Grand Palace or Khao San Road, this museum contains an impressive array of artifacts, which takes the form of a tour through Thai history. The exhibits include works of art, ancient weapons, ceremonial objects and a building dedicated to royal chariots. On an interesting side note, before 1887 this was a palace.
Though it’s some way from the city center, the art on display at the privately owned Museum of Contemporary Art makes the taxi trip worth it. Run by Thai business mogul Boonchai Bencharonkul, the five-floor building houses one of the country’s best collections of modern art, with some 800 pieces covering all mediums — from sculpture to oil painting to furniture.
This remarkable attraction, which consists of eight traditional stilted wooden homes, was once the residence of their Royal Highnesses Prince and Princess Chumbhotbongs Paribatra. In 1952 they turned the property into a public museum and showcase for a collection of priceless artwork, including Ban Chiang pottery, gold-covered panels, porcelain, paintings and statues.
One of Thailand’s most uplifting and picturesque festivals in Thailand, Loy Krathong is held on one night every November during the arrival of the full moon, and sees people all across the country float bought and homemade krathongs (traditionally, small vessels made with banana leaves decorated with flowers and candles) on rivers, lakes and the ocean, sending their bad luck away with them. People also will gather around lakes and rivers to pay their respects to the goddess of water.
Set within the heart of the city, Rosewood Bangkok is surrounded by embassies, offices, and upscale shopping. A visually stunning, vertical architectural marvel, Rosewood Bangkok’s contemporary form is inspired by the “wai”, the famous Thai gesture of greeting. This design icon luxury Bangkok hotel is a modern expression of the gracious Thai culture. The hotel’s 159 rooms, including 23 unique suites and houses with private pools and terraces, have contemporary residential styling and each guest is welcomed and treated with personalized attention just as if they were entering their own manor home. The hotel offers an intimate, secure and private ambiance in the heart of Bangkok.
Embark on a gastronomic journey with Rosewood Bangkok’s dynamic dining outlets from the stunning Chinese contemporary Nan Bei, offering signature and stylish cuisine from Northern and Southern Chinese regions, to Lakorn European Brasserie and lobby lounge. G + O is an upscale café that brings the farm-to-table ethos to life. Lennon’s is an intimate and stylish speakeasy tucked away behind a secret passageway with experienced mixologist and a private mezzanine cigar lounge. Sense, A Rosewood Spa offers a bespoke approach to personal well-being, drawing from the long heritage of Thailand’s healing culture, enhanced by luxurious touches.
The hotel’s 159 rooms, including 23 unique suites and houses with private pools and terraces, have contemporary residential styling and each guest is welcomed and treated with personalized attention just as if they were entering their own manor home. The hotel offers an intimate, secure and private ambience in the heart of Bangkok.
Our Deluxe Room offers 42 square meters of residential-style living space with décor that embraces both Thai heritage and contemporary culture, with a choice of either a king bed or two twin beds. All twin bedrooms can be converted to a Hollywood King. Each guestroom is elegantly accessorized with refined works of art and ornamentation to convey a modern and homelike atmosphere.
Our Executive Room offers 42 square meters of residential-style living space with a panoramic metropolitan view of the Bangkok skyline. With a choice of either a king bed or two twin beds, each guestroom is elegantly accessorized with refined works of art and ornamentation that embrace Thai heritage and contemporary culture. All twin bedrooms can be converted to a Hollywood King.
Rosewood Bangkok’s Premier Rooms feature views of the iconic Bangkok skyline. These spacious corner rooms are unique and elegantly appointed with contemporary Thai arts, books and ornamentation for residential-style luxury. A separate bath and rain shower are also included. Premier Rooms are located on floors 13 through 27.
Rosewood Bangkok’s Studio Rooms offer 55 square meters of sumptuous accommodation, blending a contemporary interior design sensibility with indigenous touches. These thoughtfully appointed rooms feature rich wood furnishings and a soft neutral color palette.
Featuring an opulent relaxation area and private indoor whirlpool, separate bedroom, and luxurious bathroom with bathtub and shower, the Grand Studios are residential-style retreats. The spacious room is decorated with furnishings that embrace the Thai culture in a warm palette of colors. The palatial studio features a view of the waterfall feature that runs through Rosewood Bangkok.
Sky Pool Studio
Relax and rejuvenate in this indulgent Sky Pool Studio. These beautifully appointed and unique sanctuary feature a king bed and a private terrace with personal outdoor plunge pool — perfect for enjoying the panoramic view of the Bangkok cityscape.
Manor Suites evoke sensations of luxury apartment living for guests. The suite offers a majestic separate living room and a bedroom area with a selection of king size bed or two twin beds. Corner suites are available, with sweeping views of the Bangkok skyline. Guests also have the option of connecting the Manor Suite with Executive Twin Room or King Room to create a two-bedroom suite. Manor Suites are located on floors 11 to 27.
Two Bedroom Suite
Each loft-style, residential-like Two-Bedroom Suite offers views from a corner room and floor-to-ceiling windows that create a refreshingly light-filled space. The suite is configured as a combined Premier and Executive guestroom for extra spaciousness and privacy when wanted. Both suite areas offer bathrooms with separate bathtub and rain shower. 990 square feet (92 square meters).
Two Bedroom Manor Suite
The Two-Bedroom Manor Suite combines an elegant, roomy Manor Suite with an Executive or Deluxe Room to deliver a spacious luxury apartment feel. With its tasteful décor and special amenities, the Two-Bedroom Manor Club Suite offers a warm and serene urban sanctuary in downtown Bangkok. 1,300 square feet (121 square meters).
Rosewood Suites bestow an air of elegance in a residential-style surrounding. Tastefully decorated with both contemporary and Thai details, the suites offer a warm and serene sanctuary in bustling Bangkok. Featuring a separate living space, a separate bedroom, walk-in closet and guest bathroom, Rosewood Suites redefine luxury living. Rosewood Suites are located on floors 22 – 28.
A true urban retreat, the exclusive, stunning Nara House nestles at the top floors of Rosewood Bangkok. This house comprises a tranquil bedroom with king bed overlooking the city, a separate natural light-filled living area, a kitchen and a private dining area. The house is one of the four and offers an exhilarating Bangkok cityscape view with private terrace and its own outdoor plunge pool.
Ideal for entertaining, Thara House is among the four accommodations within the hotel to feature an individual outdoor terrace and private plunge pool. The sky-high urban retreat is designed to reflect the pinnacle of contemporary Thai penthouse living with 208 sq. m. of living space. Providing a unique and memorable residential stay in the heart of Bangkok, these exquisite accommodations, with custom-made furnishings crafted with the highest attention to detail, are infused with Thai culture and heritage.
As the largest house at Rosewood Bangkok, Bannakarn House brings luxury to new heights. Providing 291 square meters of grand living space occupying the entire 29th floor, this house offers a grand foyer entrance, separate kitchen, separate guest bathroom, large walk-in closet, and private terrace and outdoor plunge pool. The house creates the perfect place for guests to entertain visitors. With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the iconic Bangkok panorama, Bannakarn House is the ultimate in sophistication. The palatial house nestles on Rosewood Bangkok’s top floor, with the hotel’s highest elevation plunge pool.
Rosewood Bangkok features four innovative restaurant and bars, including a brasserie, signature Chinese restaurant, top-floor speakeasy bar and the first upscale organic café situated in a Bangkok hotel. Embark on a gastronomic journey with Rosewood Bangkok’s dynamic dining outlets from Chinese contemporary Nan Bei, offering signature and stylish cuisine from Northern and Southern Chinese regions, to Lakorn European Brasserie and lobby lounge. G + O is an upscale café that brings the farm-to-table ethos to life. Lennon’s is an intimate and stylish speakeasy tucked away behind a secret passageway with experienced mixologist and a private mezzanine cigar lounge.
Lakorn European Brasserie
Located on the 7th floor, Lakorn European Brasserie is an all-day western dining venue that offers stunning views and elegant European cuisine in the heart of Bangkok. The menu is comprised of dishes made from the finest imported and local ingredients sourced daily from trusted local suppliers, respecting our A Sense of Taste® philosophy. The finest recipes from Europe are presented to discerning guests at every meal.
Located on the 9th floor adjacent to the outdoor pool, G&O is an upscale café that brings the farm-to-table ethos to life. G&O offers a variety of healthy cuisine with an emphasis on organic and natural ingredients locally grown and sourced. Decorated in warm and inviting tones and bathed in natural daylight, G&O is the ideal venue for guests that are a strict on their nutrition or just want to develop a healthier lifestyle.
Located on the 19th floor, Nan Bei, meaning South and North respectively in Chinese, presents an authentic Chinese dining experiences backdropped by an exhilarating view of the Bangkok skyline. The menu features dishes made from the finest ingredients that deliver stunning, authentic Chinese cuisine. Signature regional specialties from the North include the world-renowned Peking Duck, noodles, dumplings and popular Southern Chinese seafood dishes. Considered one of the best eateries in Bangkok.
Located on the highest floor of Rosewood Bangkok, Lennon’s is an award winning stylish speakeasy tucked behind a whiskey library. Inspired by a mid-century home-recording studio, Lennon’s features an extensive 6,000-vinyl collection, which guests can play and experience as in yesteryear. The nostalgic yet contemporary speakeasy features a cigar mezzanine accessible via a custom spiral staircase. The bar features a refined cocktail selection, handcrafted by our experienced mixologist.
One of the most exclusive luxury hotels in Bangkok, Rosewood Bangkok offers world-class amenities for keeping both body and soul in balance. Relaxation and rejuvenation take center stage in the indulgent spa and state-of-the-art Fitness Studio.
Guests enjoy sweeping views of Bangkok’s skyline at the sky lap pool. The dramatic indoor-outdoor saltwater pool also features a whirpool and is conveniently situated between the Fitness Studio and G&O, an upscale green and organic café that offers refreshing pick-me-ups and a menu that truly brings the farm-to-table ethos to life.
Sense, A Rosewood Spa offers a bespoke approach to personal well-being, drawing from the long heritage of Thailand’s healing culture, enhanced by luxurious touches. Our exquisite treatments revive ancient Thai beauty rituals and “lost remedies,” paired with the latest innovations from skincare lines EviDenS de Beauté and Maison Caulières. Sense spa at Rosewood Bangkok offers a sanctuary of tranquility amidst bustling Bangkok, for rejuvenation, relaxation and the pursuit of well-being.
A complete line of state-of-the-art Technogym equipment is provided for Rosewood Bangkok guests to maintain their fitness regimes while away from home. Bathed in natural light, the fitness studio is situated on the 9th floor of the property, offering views of the Bangkok metropolitan skyline. Personal trainers are available for assistance on request.