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Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Amara Opens First Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand

Singapores Amara Group has opened its first hotel in Thailand - Amara Bangkok.

Managed by the hospitality arm of Amara Holdings, the new hotel is situated near two BTS Skytrain stations Chong Nonsi and Sala Daeng. The hotels custom-made air-conditioned Tuk Tuk shuttles guests to and from Sala Daeng BTS and Silom MRT.

Amara Bangkok has 250 rooms each featuring abstract Thai art prints all conceived by local Thai artists, winners of an art competition launched by Amara Bangkok in 2014.

The hotel features Amaras signature restaurant Element specialises in authentic Singaporean, Thai and Provincial Chinese cuisine, as well as a rooftop infinity pool and bar on the 26th floor named AkaAza, and a 24-hour minibar boutique.

The minibar boutique allows guests to select whatever items they prefer to have available for consumption in their rooms, all at convenience store rates rather than normal hotel prices.

For those looking for event space, Amara Bangkok also features Grand Ballroom Tanjong Pagar 1 and 2, named after the neighbourhood where Amara Singapore, the Groups flagship property is located, and two function rooms Surawong 1 and Surawong 2.

Mr. Albert Teo, CEO of Amara Holdings, said, Bangkok is one of the worlds most dynamic and exciting leisure cities in Asia, so we are delighted that our first Amara hotel in Thailand will be located in the middle of this vibrant and energetic city. We are confident that Amara Bangkok, with its personalised service, unique offerings, exceptional design and dining options will enable travellers to enjoy a new type of luxury all within five minutes reach of the citys main attractions

Amara, Bangkok

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