Nikko Hotel Bangkok will open at Thonglor on January 16, 2019 Special opening rates are available to book now

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Hotel Nikko Bangkok, operated by Japanese luxury hotel group Nikko Hotels International, will open at Thonglor on
Bangkok’s tourist and business centre of Sukhumvit Road on January 16, 2019.The hotel is now taking bookings. Special rates start from THB 5,200++ for a superior room, inclusive of breakfast
for two, for stays from January 16 and valid until June 30, 2019.

Grand Tower Inn Group, founded in 1985 initially as an operator of serviced apartments, owns Hotel Nikko
Bangkok. The group has traditionally served mostly a Japanese clientele, with around 90 percent of the guest
profile from the corporate sector, and 10 percent from the leisure market.

Retaining a strong Japanese identity, the hotel service style will blend respectful Japanese hospitality with the
traditional warm and friendly Thai welcome.

“We are all very excited now that our opening date has been confirmed, and we feel that our Thonglor location, with
its huge mix of leisure attractions and its large Japanese community, is perfect for our style of courteous Japanese
‘omotenashi’ hospitality,” said Mr Jo Sato, the hotel’s general manager.

Located at 27 Sukhumvit Soi 55, within easy walking distance of the BTS Skytrain Thonglor station, Hotel Nikko
Bangkok is a five-star establishment with 301 guestrooms and suites, including 10 extended stay rooms featuring a
kitchenette.

Guestrooms and Suites
Guestrooms are on Level 8 to 19, with a number of different room categories, each offering a contemporary and
stylish design, complete comfort, and luxurious amenities. Smoking floors are available. Sealy bedding is provided
in each room, with Nikko signature bed linen, a 43-inch television with multi-language stations, and free Wi-Fi.
Japanese bathrooms are a feature of the guestrooms, and include a TOTO Washlet toilet in a separated room, a
bathtub, and luxurious Panpuri bathroom amenities.

Nikko Club rooms and suites are located on Levels 20 to 22, each one providing a welcome fruit plate, Nespresso
coffee maker, complimentary minibar, and priority early check-in and checkout. Guests staying in Nikko Club rooms

have exclusive access to the Executive Lounge on Level 21, which provides complimentary breakfast and
afternoon tea, evening cocktails, and meeting room usage. A private concierge service is available at the Executive
Lounge.

There are two Nikko Grand Suites available, the largest guestroom in the hotel, with an area of 130 square metres.
Food & Beverages

Hotel Nikko Bangkok will have four restaurants and lounges.

Hishou, the Japanese restaurant, features a sake and tempura bar and offers an extensive a la carte menu of fine
Japanese cuisine, along with special set lunches, bento sets and set dinner menus. A full Japanese breakfast is
available every day at Hishou.

The Oasis is for all-day dining at its best, embracing international breakfast, a signature themed buffet lunch and a
dinner buffet with a la minute choices. Sunday sees an extensive brunch offering. In addition to the buffets, The
Oasis serves a wide a la carte menu, with local, Japanese, other Asian, and international signature dishes.
Curve 55 is the lobby lounge on Level 1, and along with serving drinks and light meals during the day and evening
there is plenty of space and seating to rendezvous with friends and associates, hold informal meetings, or just relax.
The Pool Bar is located at the hotel pool on Level 6, and serves snacks, beverages and cocktails all day. Adjacent
to the pool is the 24-hour fitness centre.

Meetings & Events
Meetings and events are a major component of the hotel, with over 1,800 square metres in total function space,
and all the facilities required for weddings, both on a grand scale and of a more intimate size, along with other
social functions.

The Fuji Grand Ballroom on Level 4 is able to host 500 guests seated and 1,250 persons for cocktails, making this
the second largest venue in the Thonglor area. The ballroom provides the potential for spectacular presentations
and entertainment, with projection brightness up to 10,000 ANSI Lumen, while for daytime events there is plenty of
natural light.

For smaller gatherings, and also on Level 4, there are a further eight small and medium sized function rooms, the
largest being the Sakura, at 14.3×10 metres, and which can be divided into two. The Pool Terrace on Level 6 can
host 230 guests for a banquet, and 300 for a reception.

“We feel that our events space will be very attractive to the large community of the Thonglor area, and that our
venues will be popular for weddings, private parties and for corporate events,” says Mr Jo Sato. “Along with these
magnificent facilities we also have the advantage of being very easily accessible here.”

Catering for banquets and meetings includes Japanese and international cuisines. All events rooms have easy
access from the car park and lobby by both elevators and escalator.

For more information or reservation please call 66 (0)2 080 2111, email: info@nikkobangkok.com or visit
www.nikkobangkok.com