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AtmosphereLively
StyleContemporary Classic

Hotel description

There’s just something about Bangkok. Some of the top hotels are practically pleasure palaces, urban resorts where business is all but forgotten among spa treatments and poolside cocktails. Here even the most conservative business hotels — and now we’re talking about the Conrad Bangkok — take a page from the resort handbook, kicking off its heels and letting down its hair to a degree some of us might find surprising.

You would expect a five-star hotel on Wireless Road, in the heart of the diplomatic district, to be a pretty serious affair. But even here you’ll find saucy glass-walled bathrooms, a couple of remarkably swinging bars, and all through the house, an atmosphere that lends itself just as well to romance as to business.

And while corporate travelers are well looked after, with copious meeting facilities and a first-class events staff, it’s in the more leisure-friendly areas that the Conrad absolutely shines. There’s a spa with 11 treatment rooms and a well-equipped fitness center, plus an outdoor pool, a rooftop track, and two lighted tennis courts. Among the restaurants is Liu, a remarkably atmospheric fine Chinese option, and the Diplomat Bar and the 87 Plus nightclub draw a crowd that’s far above and beyond the usual hotel-bar audience.

How to get there:

From Suvarnabhumi International Airport - Approx. 40 mins. by using the Bangkok-Chon Buri (Motorway) towards the Bangkok City centre and exit at South Ploenchit Road and turn onto Sukhumvit Road. Second left onto Wireless Road where the Conrad is located.

Please contact customerservice@tablethotels.com to arrange airport transfers or to get directions.

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