Europe's oldest luxury hotel brand has announced plans for the opening the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok in June.
The five-star luxury city resort, located adjacent to the Siam Paragon complex in the heart of the Thai capital, boasts 303 rooms and suites in addition to 98 serviced apartments.
General Manager Thomas Klippstein said that the property will combine Kempinski's trademark European sophistication and refinement with the finest of Thai hospitality standards. He said: "We aim to bring together the best of East and West and create an opulent sanctuary in the heart of the city. The Siam Kempinski will deliver a superlative hotel experience for leisure and business guests."
The Siam Kempinski is a THB4 billion project which is owned by Kempin Siam Co. The hotel will initially target Asian travellers but is also expecting business from Europe, the Middle East and further afield.
Jee Hoong Tan, Director of Sales and Marketing, added the hotel also expects to attract business from the local market through weddings and the MICE industry. Room rates will start at THB7,900 plus tax.
The hotel will showcase its standards and traditions in outlets such as the Brasserie Europa, for European fine cuisine, the Sra Bua Thai restaurant, the T Lounge, serving the finest teas from around the world as well as cocktails and champagne, and the 1897 bar, named after the year that Kempinski first started business in Berlin.
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