VIP Suite Opens @ Sofitel So Bangkok

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Sofitel So Bangkok has opened a spacious, open-design duplex suite.

The So VIP Suite, located on the 27th floor, has a water theme that is captured in the white-veined black marble of the floors and other surface finishes.

The suite covers 233 sqm and comprises a large jacuzzi, master bedroom, guest bedroom, living room, and dining room.

The living space is multi-functional, with a choice of lounging and more formal sitting areas, a long dining table that comfortable seats 8-10 guests, and, as the highlight to it all, a huge jacuzzi behind a glass wall.

The master bedroom is a mini suite in itself, consisting of king-size bed, writing desk, modern circular sofa, walk-in closet, bathroom with his/her washbasins and circular tub, separate Jacuzzi and shower stall.

While the en-suite master bedroom occupies the upper floor, virtually all the living area is two storeys high, emphasized by floor-to-ceiling windows on two sides that afford views of both Lumpini Park and the city with the Chao Phraya River on the horizon.

The interior dcor has been created by Thai designer Pongthep Sagulkul, with decorative items designed by French couturier Monsieur Christian Lacroix.

High-tech facilities range from Apple Mac Mini multimedia entertainment, with TV, movies, internet and computer mode, to electric frosted glass technology for instant privacy in the Jacuzzi. For visual entertainment there is a 55-inch LCD TV. Other amenities include an Illy espresso machine, complementary in-room private bar, and butlers pantry.

To complete the experience there is access to Club Signature, serving all-day refreshments, breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails. 

Accor, Sofitel, Bangkok, Sofitel So, Sathorn, Suite, Suites

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