Accor Opens Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 15 June 2012

Accor has opened the second Sofitel hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.

The Sofitel Bangkok Sukhumvit, located close to both Asoke and Nana skytrain stations, features 345 rooms including 37 suites and 75 executive rooms (Club Millsime).

The Club Millsime lounge located on the 31st floor offers a refined and welcoming space to work or hold meetings, enjoy breakfast, evening cocktails and a wide selection of French, vintage and new world wines.

A key attraction of the hotel is the skyline restaurant, LAppart, which recreates the ambience of a luxurious apartment in Paris. At LAppart, guests can indulge in evenings of French inspired cuisine, Champagne, fine wines and cocktails, and mood-enhancing music. LAppart, is based on Haussmann-style apartments with areas including a library, a living room, a kitchen with an adjacent dining room, and lounge area with a bar. Outside tables overlook the city skyline.

There is also a strong French element in the Sofitels restaurant, Voil! The hotels premier restaurant that features French cuisine prepared from La Cornue stove and a Parisian-style Rtisserie, Western, Asian, Middle Eastern and Thai delicacies, aromatic pizzas straight from the wood-fired oven, and an array of desserts available all day.

Located in the lobby is Le Macaron, which is a patisserie and delicatessen with an inviting outdoor terrace that features a vast selection of pastries, desserts, and savory items. 

Leisure facilities include an outdoor swimming pool with pool bar, fitness centre, beauty salon and Le Spa with LOccitane.

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