The St. Regis Bangkok unveils new penthouse suite

The St. Regis Bangkok unveiled a new Penthouse Suite located on the hotel’s highest floor, 44 stories above street level. The space combines signature St. Regis bespoke services and Asian décor with floor-to-ceiling windows, creating a double-story three-bedroom residence with panoramic views of the city.

Throughout both floors, memorabilia from “The King And I”, the Broadway musical set in Bangkok, adorns the walls, including costumes worn by Yul Brynner. This and the decor creates expression of “East meets West”.

On the balcony, a private 22-foot infinity pool overlooks the greenery of the Royal Bangkok Sports Club and the city skyline, while a private home theatre includes a 65-inch high definition television and larger pull-down projector screen among the host of state-of-the-art equipment.

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A private dining room overlooking Bangkok’s Sukhumvit stretch is available, accommodating up to 16 guests and is adjacent to a fully equipped kitchen. Meanwhile a wine room offers a selection of old and new world offerings, chosen by the house sommelier from the hotel’s cellar.

The bespoke 24-hour St. Regis Butler service is available to offer two personal butlers.

In the three bedrooms, there is a signature St. Regis king-sized bed. The master bedroom boasts green parkland views; it also has a study area with a desk. An en-suite walk-in closet leads to the marble bathroom, where double vanities reside alongside a freestanding bathtub and separate custom shower with Remède bath amenities.

There is a private exercise room outfitted with TechnoGym equipment and a range of free weights. Adjacent to this, a private spa therapy area offers two treatment beds.

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