Leisure and business travelers visiting the Thai capital will find exceptional style and modern luxury at JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok following an extensive top-to-bottom renovation earlier this year. The transformative refurbishment raises the standard of accommodation in the city, offering a more exclusive stay in Bangkok. The makeover includes expansive updates to all 441 guestrooms and suites, refreshed meeting spaces, a reimagined lobby, and enhancements to some of its food and beverage outlets.
The experience begins the moment the travelers arrive. The spacious lobby has been enriched with stylish design details and unique objects d’art that emulate the rich culture of its location. Dark and light wood tones are accentuated by pops of color from the orange leather soft seating, vibrant floral arrangements, and the Thai-inspired geometric design of the plush carpet underfoot. Multiple intimate spaces allow for a quiet place to work or unwind with a favorite beverage. The new room design also seamlessly balances traditional Thai elements and modern architectural ideologies. Some unique features in the rooms provide intriguing insights into Thai history and culture.
Four of the hotel’s food and beverage outlets have also received a makeover. The interiors at the popular JW Café, have been enhanced with an inspired industrial look, from rustic exposed finishes and wooden flooring to bespoke lighting fixtures. Next door Bangkok’s favorite bakery, BBCO invites with comfortable settees and updated display cases, and its own a la carte menu. BBCO Terrace offers a new unique outdoor dining experience that makes it’s the perfect place for a coffee or a meal with friends and family.
The award-winning Man Ho Chinese restaurant re-opened with a new look and menu that offers guests modern interpretations of Chinese cuisine. The elegant interiors are a refined juxtaposition of Oriental artifacts, accentuated with contrasting materials, to reflect subtle luxury and depth. Finally, Tsu Japanese restaurant boasts large windows that allow natural light into the open concept plan dressed in bright colors. The dining area has a mix of banquettes and tables with the aim of creating intimate spaces and also allowing the flexibility to seat large groups. Elevated seating allows diners to watch the chefs behind the sushi counter create their tempting bites.