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8am Check-In and 10pm Check-Out @ St. Regis Bangkok

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 The St. Regis Bangkok has launched a guaranteed early arrival and late departure service for some of its premium guests.

All Platinum level members of the Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) loyalty program are now guaranteed an 8 am check-in and a 10 pm departure at the time of booking for any non-suite room.

All suite guests booking the Caroline Astor suite and higher (with the exception of the royal suite) and who are paying suite rates, will also enjoy guaranteed early check-in and 8 pm departure at time of booking.

We wish to reward our loyal clientele for their level of commitment to the St. Regis which is paralleled only by our commitment to providing them with the highest possible level of service, said Andreas Oberoi, General Manager of The St. Regis Bangkok.

Located on Rajadamri Road, in the heart of the city, The St. Regis Bangkok occupies levels 12-24 of a 47-story building that includes 227 guest rooms including 51 suites and 53 residences.

Located above the hotel, rising from the 25 45th floors of the new St. Regis building are The Residences at St. Regis Bangkok, which feature 53 private residences. The Residences range in size from 320 to 920 square meters and including three and four-bedroom units, deluxe penthouses and duplex penthouses with private pools. Residents have full access to the benefits, services and amenities of hotel a few floors below.

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