Unicorn Hospitality has expanded its portfolio of
hotels in Thailand with the opening of a luxury boutique hotel on
Mahachai Road, in
Bangkok’s historic Sam Yot district.
The 47-key Villa de Pranakorn offers a choice of
accommodation, from solo-friendly Superior Rooms to couple-focused
Premium and Grand Deluxe Rooms, all the way up to the luxurious
Mahachai and Pranakorn Suites.
eco-friendly company, Panpuri, in-room amenities are made from
bamboo or packed in stone paper. The hotel has also teamed up with
Nordaq, a water filtration company, to produce its own drinking
water onsite. This enables every guest to refill their own glass
water bottle free-of-charge during their stay. Every room is equipped with two
complimentary water bottles – one still and one sparkling.
“It gives us great pleasure to welcome guests to Villa de
Pranakorn, our beautiful new boutique retreat in the historical
heart of Bangkok,” said
Erik Lannge, the hotel’s General Manager.
“This luxurious urban oasis allows travellers to
unwind with deluxe accommodation and amenities, amid an enchanting
ambience that reflects the grace of old Siam. Guests can taste
exquisite local cuisine, enjoy a traditional Thai massage, plunge
into our inviting pool, or head out and discover this enticing
area of the city. We invite curious explorers to discover
Bangkok’s past, present and future at Villa de Pranakorn.”
The launch of Villa de Pranakorn follows the recent
opening of Sam Yot MRT subway station, a brand new light rail
station located just a short walk from the hotel, which puts the
entire city within easy reach.
The lively streets of Silom and
Sukhumvit are only a few stops away on the Blue Line, and
Bangkok’s main railway station, Hua Lamphong, can be reached in
just two stops. Further down the line, Chatuchak Park station
allows shoppers to alight at one of Asia’s biggest weekend markets.
The opening of
Villa de Pranakorn forms part of a period of rapid growth for
Unicorn Hospitality, with several other hotels and resorts
scheduled to open in the coming months. The company’s
overall aim is to triple its worldwide portfolio to 12 properties
by early 2021.