Denniston designs interiors of Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok

Country Group Development (CGD) and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts partnered with Denniston, led by Jean-Michel Gathy, which will design the interiors of Bangkok's Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River.

When it opens, Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River will be a low-rise, urban resort hotel sprawled across the entire southern span of Chao Phraya Estate. Set on one of the largest land areas directly allocated to one hotel – with 200 meters (650 feet) of river frontage – the property will have a series of cascading green courtyards and landscaped areas. It will also have meeting and function spaces, including the largest riverfront Grand Ballroom in Bangkok. Similarly, there will be entertainment offerings along the property’s waterfront promenade that will have an array of restaurants and bars. 

To be developed with the hotel is the Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok at Chao Phraya River. Denniston will work on the interior and hardscape design of Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River, while BAMO will design the interiors of Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok at Chao Phraya River. Both consultants will work with masterplan and design consultant Hamiltons International.

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The hotel will have more than 300 rooms and suites. Meanwhile, the private residences will have more than 350 luxury units in a 73-story tower offering views of the Bangkok city skyline.

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River and Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok at Chao Phraya River will be completed in 2018.

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