Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Bangkok announced

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Bangkok opened, located in the business district in Sukhumvit.

The first Radisson Blu in the city, the hotel is the latest addition to the brand's portfolio of more than 368 hotels in operation and development.

At Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Bangkok, all 290 guestrooms and suites have an aesthetic based on clean lines and soothing palettes set against a backdrop of views of the city. All rooms have free Internet connectivity. Also available is the hotel's amenity line In Transit by This Works, an all-natural skincare, body and bath range developed by Kathy Phillips, a beauty and health expert. This is exclusively available at all Radisson Blu hotels and resorts.

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Available are an array of meeting facilities, ranging from a 4,521-square-foot pillar-less ballroom with a pre-function area that boasts floor-to-ceiling views of Bangkok, to smaller meetings spaces including The Suite, with a built-in show kitchen, and The Gallery, a multi-functional space suited to elaborate décor installations for receptions.

For dining, the property has seven restaurants and bars, including Tuscan-inspired restaurant Attico, offering Italian cuisine; and contemporary dimsum bar China Table. Also available are the B/Sharp lobby bar and B/Sweet dessert lounge.

The hotel is also near shopping hotspots Terminal 21 and The Emporium.

Other amenities include: a gym, open-air pool and Spa Esc.

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