The essence of Bangkok has been interpreted through the eyes of top Thai design figures to create a synergy of contrasts that is, well, SO Sofitel Bangkok. Of the design hotels in Bangkok, SO Sofitel Bangkok is proud to call itself the first truly urban design hotel in the City of Angels.
Each of the 237 rooms and suites in the five star hotel in Bangkok come kitted out with a fully integrated Apple Mac mini media solution.
And have you heard about the elevated park view Bangkok locals and visitors sing praises about? If not, come feast your eyes and reenergize your weary soul.
You trawl through the best design hotels in Bangkok, and narrow down the list. You want playful, you want luxury — SO Sofitel Bangkok has it all. While not boutique in size, SO Sofitel Bangkok promises a personalized experience that will give any boutique hotel in Bangkok a run for their money.
Now that you've made up your mind where to stay in Bangkok, which element are you vibing with?
SO Sofitel Bangkok offers a choice of 4 unique room themes, each with a different layout and decor:
Sophistication and Calm Dark pantone affirms the elegance, the stillness and mystical water. Dim the room and let Bangkok’s Skyline amaze the mind, whether from MyBed or the bathtub next to the window, the floor-to-ceiling windows becomes a living photo frame.
Wonder and Enrichment Grounded in simplicity, in tune with Mother nature. An enfolding haven adorned by Thai primeval wall paintings – mythical creatures. Entering the bathroom, a palatial sense of cool. Marble against blue, black and white tiles, full-length glass and murals reflected. A place to escape and contemplate. Inspired by caves found in North-Eastern Thailand.
Elegance and Tranquillity Wooden floor invites you in to discover the different forms and type of wood creations like no other, brought to life with featured lighting and soft textures. Calmness instills whilst the bustling city outside continues. Hand-sketched mural by national artist of Thailand.
Purity and Modernity Frenetic Bangkok comes to a halt. Black stainless doors opening onto a purity of light, the blur of Bangkok and all its life forces merging to form “a material layer of immaterial feeling”. Ramayana shadows dancing on the walls, a collage of whites and glass and metal. A transcendence of time and space.