The KPF-designed hotel is one of three projects featured in the Robb Report’s article exploring new luxury destinations in Thailand’s capital city.
In recent years, multiple properties have opened that are “ramping up Bangkok’s hospitality cred.” Among those featured is the first Rosewood outpost in the city. The outlet highlights the building’s impact on the skyline, with its form inspired by the “wai,” a graceful hand movement in Thai greeting gestures. In addition to 158 rooms, the article writes, “if you can tear yourself away from your bath and its exceptional view, a plethora of food and beverage outlets await.” After a night at the rooftop speakeasy, Lennon’s, guests can enjoy a swim in the 20-meter indoor-outdoor saltwater pool or a treatment at the Sense Spa.
The Rosewood Bangkok is one of many collaborations between the hotel brand and KPF. Additional locations include the Rosewood Hong Kong located within Victoria Dockside, and the recently announced Rosewood Seoul within the Parkside Seoul.
The Robb Report covers the global luxury market, celebrating an appreciation and desire for quality and fine design. Read the full article here.