The JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok recently completed
an extensive renovation.
All 441 guestrooms and suites were refurbished,
along with meeting spaces, the lobby, and some of the F&B outlets.
The lobby has been enriched with new objects d’art,
while dark and light wood tones are accentuated by pops of
color from the leather seating and plush carpet.
The new room design
balances traditional Thai elements with modern
architectural ideologies and includes some intriguing insights into Thai history and culture.
Four of the hotel’s F&B outlets have
received a makeover. The interiors at the popular JW Café, have
been enhanced with an inspired industrial look, from rustic
exposed finishes and wooden flooring to bespoke lighting fixtures.
The BBCO bakery now has comfortable
settees and updated display cases, as well as its own a la carte
menu, while the
BBCO Terrace offers a new unique outdoor dining experience - an
ideal spot for a coffee or a meal with friends
The Man Ho Chinese restaurant
re-opened with a new look and menu that offers guests modern
interpretations of Chinese cuisine. The elegant interiors are a
refined juxtaposition of Oriental artifacts, accentuated with
contrasting materials, to reflect subtle luxury and depth.
The Tsu Japanese restaurant now boasts large windows that allow
natural light into the open concept plan.
The dining area has a mix of banquettes and tables with the aim of
creating intimate spaces and also allowing the flexibility to seat
large groups. Elevated seating allows diners to watch the chefs
behind the sushi counter create their tempting bites.