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Rosewood Bangkok

Architecturally marvellous with teak Thai interiors

The humble, bent-angled façade at the Rosewood Bangkok is an immediate homage to Thailand. Designed to look like the famous bowed greeting, the wai, the marvellous architecture makes it perfectly acceptable to judge this book by its cover.

 

Inside, minimalist interiors feature touches of teak and Thai art – along with exquisite gardens and fountains – and are as impressive as the gleaming exterior. Rooms, such as the sumptuous Manor Suites, provide majestic views of the city skyline along with the experience of opulent living in ritzy Ploenchit.

 

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