The 333-room Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel has opened under a management agreement with Maneeya Realty Company, Limited. The hotel is the second Renaissance Hotels property in Thailand, with a third property set to open in Phuket later this summer. Stefan Gruber is general manager, while Julie Codus is director of sales and marketing.
In celebration of its opening, the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel is offering a promotion that includes vouchers for current and future stays. For THB 5,999 per night for a Deluxe room, guests will receive THB 1,650 in voucher that is valid for services on property, including the various food and beverage outlets on property, spa visits, internet and more. In addition, guests will also receive a second THB 1,650 voucher that can be used for their next stay, between 1 April and 15 October 2010. The second voucher can be applied to room charge as well as other services in the hotel. This offer expires on 30 April 2010.
All rooms feature marble tiled entrances, white oak floor and blond Tanganyika wood furniture. Infused with Southeast Asian style, guestrooms are classically designed in warm, vibrant colors and feature oversized windows and glass enclosed bathrooms.
Presenting a variety of dining experiences, the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel has four restaurants and three additional lounge areas. Flavors offers a mix of international and Thai cuisine while R Bar serves up tapas and fine wine. Fei Ya features roast duck and traditional Chinese cuisine and Di Moda highlights fresh seafood in its traditional Italian menu. For socializing and relaxation, Azure Lounge is an easy-listening champagne bar that offers light snacks and classic cocktails. H2O is a sleek and modern pool bar that offers views of the city. A club lounge is also available on the 21st floor for executive level guests.
The hotel’s Quan spa offers five individual treatment rooms on a split level floor overlooking the pool and Bangkok skyline.
The hotel also offers 11 meeting rooms complete with reception areas, open kitchens and a large landscaped terrace that allows meeting participants to step out into the open air during breaks. The ballroom with state of the art light and sound equipment is nearly 7,000 square feet with 3,000 square feet of additional pre-function space.