Despite gloomy times for the travel and tourism industry, Capella Hotels and Resorts will unveil its first Thai property on October 1st 2020. The award-winning hospitality group focuses on crafting authentic cultural experiences for its guests, combining a legacy of thoughtful design with the highest level of personalised service.
Situated along the prestigious Chao Phraya, Capella Bangkok will offer 101 guestrooms, suites and villas, each of which boasts uninterrupted views of Thailand’s majestic river. The location was selected due to its access to the Chao Phraya River and Charoenkrung Road – Bangkok’s oldest paved road where tradition and cultural heritage meet the city’s trendiest cafes, bars and art galleries.
Guests can truly enjoy a glimpse into the soul of the city at Capella Bangkok, as a dedicated team of Capella Culturist crafts enriching Capella Curates experiences centred around the dynamic neighbourhood and its intriguing residents.
Designed by renowned architects Andy Miller and Richard Scott Wilson of Hamiltons International with interiors by BAMO, Capella Bangkok is a cocoon of tranquillity in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. Ranging from 61 sq.m. to 595 sq.m, each of the sophisticated accommodation is fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony or verandah, allowing guests to take in the spectacle of the Chao Phraya river. Every riverside Villa and Verandah accommodation also feature an outdoor jacuzzi plunge pool.
o Daily resort credits ranging from THB 3,000 to THB 8,000 nett per day according to the room category. They can be used on accommodation, dining or spa treatments
o Round-trip limousine transfers for villa guests
o Daily breakfast for two in the room or at the restaurant
o Seamless flexible check-in and check-out times
o Complimentary pressing of up to five pieces of clothes per stay
o Complimentary non-alcoholic minibar
Guests can use daily resort credits at all restaurants, including 3-star Michelin chef Mauro Colagreco restaurant Côte. The restaurant will offer contemporary reinterpretation of traditional recipes and culinary heritage of the French and Italian riviera. Testifying to Thai recipes of the district is the alfresco dining Phra Nakhon restaurant, while Stella will serve patisserie and drinks. The hotel will also offer ballrooms and meeting facilities as well as a luxury spa, Auriga Wellness, a unique array of Asian therapies and ancient traditional Thai healings.
“We are thrilled to be launching Capella Bangkok at Charoenkrung, an enchanting riverside enclave,” said John Blanco, General Manager of Capella Bangkok. “In this stimulating setting, curious travellers will enjoy encounters that echo the past while being anchored in the present. We want to encourage learning and exploration, give back to the community and create emotional connections that stay with guests long after they check out.”