Thai hotel and property developer Dusit International has opened its first all-suites hotel in the Thai capital, the Dusit Suites Hotel Ratchadamri.
Located in the Baan Rajprasong building opposite the Royal Bangkok Sports Club, 100 metres from Ratchadamri BTS station, the property puts guests within walking distance of malls, restaurants and nightlife. Bangkok’s central business district is only one station away on the Skytrain.
The hotel has 97 one- and two-bedroom suites, with each featuring contemporary Thai décor, an “array of modern amenities”, as well as two private balconies offering views of the cityscape and Royal Bangkok Sports Club.
Facilities include a free-form swimming pool (with separate children’s pool), Jacuzzi, sauna and a gym. A range of homemade pastries, cakes and sandwiches, plus a “selection of healthy and hearty meals”, are available at Dusit’s signature Dusit Gourmet outlet located on the ground floor. In-room dining service is available around the clock.
“We are delighted to open the new Dusit Suites Hotel Ratchadamri, Bangkok and bring our unique brand of Thai-inspired gracious hospitality to this prestigious neighbourhood,” said Suphajee Suthumpun, group CEO, Dusit International.
“As this property is not too far from our flagship Dusit Thani Bangkok hotel, which is currently undergoing strategic redevelopment as part of the landmark Dusit Central Park project, it is ideally positioned to meet the needs of our existing customers while delighting many new ones too, keeping our brand top of mind in suitably elegant fashion.”
To celebrate its opening, Dusit Suites Hotel Ratchadamri, Bangkok is offering an exclusive promotion for members of the group’s frequent guest programme, Dusit Gold – including 30 per cent off room rates with complimentary breakfast and full Dusit Gold benefits. The promotion is available for booking until May 14, 2019 (and valid for stays through October 31, 2019).
In other news, Business Traveller Asia-Pacific reported on April 30, 2019 that the Dusit Thani Bangkok, which enjoyed a more than 48-year run as an iconic property in the Thai capital from its opening in 1970, will be replaced by a project called Dusit Central Park.