Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week’s edition features a junior deluxe suite at the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok.
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The Waldorf Astoria Bangkok is ideally positioned for guests to immerse themselves in the city’s vibrant culture, being a short walk distance from the Erawan Shrine, the luxurious Gaysorn Village mall and both lines of the Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) Skytrain.
This property opened in August 2018 and sits in a 60-story tower in Bangkok’s central business district near Ratchaprasong intersection, occupying floors 6 through 17, plus 55 through 57. Accomodations offered consist of 136 Deluxe Rooms, 34 Suites and a grand Royal Suite, ranging in size from 50 to (wow!) 3,000 sq. m.
Here’s some images and how the property describes their King Deluxe Suite:
Giving off a luxurious contemporary vibe with deep mineral blue and mustard gold décor, the deluxe suite centers on a stylish open living/sleeping area fitted with the signature king Waldorf Astoria bed, a sofa and a 49-inch TV. It also comes with an in-room espresso machine and complimentary WiFi, making it the ideal space in which to unwind and relax after a shopping or sightseeing excursion. The elegant bathroom includes an open wet-area that boasts separate bath, shower and a selection of luxurious bathing products. Other amenities include a walk-in closet, personal bar, signature king Waldorf Astoria bed and laptop safe. Sleeps 3 with a rollaway bed and is subject to availability.
Here is our video review and commentary on this suite:
Nice suite for an upgrade. I don’t know if it’s worth the 183,000 points per night Hilton Honors wants for it though considering the cash rate is around $380 per night and it can probably be bought for cheaper on one of their regular Asia Pacific promo sales.