Rosewood Bangkok

Contemporary calm in the city’s center

It’s hard to say what’s more impressive about the 2019-opened Rosewood Bangkok — the stunning silhouette of the two-tower, 30-story structure’s exterior or the litany of luxuries awaiting you inside. With regards to the former, the building loosely resembles the Thai wai, the local greeting where palms touch in a prayer-like fashion. It’s an architectural marvel in the heart of the city’s central business district that tugs at the heart as you approach it.

Once you walk through Rosewood Bangkok’s marble-draped lobby, you start to conjure even more feelings for the property. Fan-shaped lights and gorgeous Thai sculptures give spaces a distinct design aesthetic. Soft plums and blues, marvelously mismatched furniture and angled floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that rooms, suites and “houses” have an eclectic-yet-elegant energy.

Rounding things out are three restaurants and a top-floor bar that have flavor and fun as their essential ingredients.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • While all 158 units of the Bangkok hotel have a residential air about them, the three houses take the concept to glorious heights. The super suites, which range from just over 2,000 square feet to more than 3,000, have living rooms, full kitchens and outdoor plunge pools that overlook the city.
  • Dining options range from beautiful breakfast spreads (Lakorn European Brasserie) to locally sourced organic lunches (G&O). Come dinner, find tiger prawns and squirrelfish on Nan Bei’s wildly tasty menu.
  • Lakorn has garnered quite the reputation for its elegant afternoon tea. Offered daily from 2:30 to 5 p.m., the sweet session consists of six hand-held treats and coffee or gourmet tea.
  • The 30th-floor Lennon’s bar has made a name for itself. A popular spot for locals and hotel guests, Lennon’s is a speakeasy with cool-named cocktails (the Bee Gees is made with pisco honey, citrus and fig) and a 6,000-record collection.
  • While a treatment from the Sense Spa’s vast menu can relax you, it’s in the indoor-outdoor saltwater pool (and its stunning waterfall feature) where you may find the most tranquility.

Things to Know

  • Rosewood Bangkok sits in a flourishing commercial district along Ploenchit Road, meaning great restaurant and retail options are all within walking distance. In fact, you’ll find direct access to the Central Embassy Shopping Mall from the luxury hotel.
  • The ninth-floor fitness center has all the amenities (new Technogym equipment) you’d expect from a high-end hotel and some you might not (boxing classes).
  • As much as there is to do in and around your room, the hotel wants you to get a feel for the city, too. With Rosewood Bangkok’s curated experiences, you can take a guided walk around Chinatown, go on a private tour of a silk factory, try your hand at cooking Thai cuisine and much more.

24-hour room service
Fitness classes
House car
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
1041/38 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
BKK (18-26 min)   DMK (16-22 min)  
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