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Four Seasons Bangkok introduces a new look for the Rajadamri Suite

Four Seasons Bangkok introduces a new look for the Rajadamri Suite

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok announces the relaunch of its premier accommodation, the Rajadamri Suite. Named after Rajadamri Road, the street on which the Hotel is located and that is very much the true heart of the city, the Rajadamri Suite symbolises the fact that Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, like the road itself, has long been known as a point of convergence in the city, attracting well-heeled Bangkokians, business executives, heads of state and international travellers alike.

Rajadamri Road was planned and constructed by His Majesty King Rama V, a monarch who was highly respected for his forward-thinking international outlook, and who is recognised as having put Bangkok and Thailand on the international stage, introducing international culture to Thailand, and Thai culture to the world.

The renovated Rajadamri Suite reflects this convergence of cultures by embracing elements of both East and West, and has been conceptualised by Bangkok-based P49 Design, also responsible for the recent renovation of the Hotel’s Lobby.

Residents of the Suite will discover traditional and modern fabrics by Jim Thompson throughout; cool, calming, contemporary shades of yellows, golds and greens in the Living Room; mossy greens and rich purples in the Study Room; a typically Thai colour palette of vivid red silk walls complemented by greys and golds in the Dining Room, which also doubles as a boardroom; and greys and silvers complemented by touches of mauve and gold in the Master Bedroom.

The Suite is located on the ninth floor of Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, and is the ideal accommodation for those requiring the highest degree of comfort, luxury and privacy. It can be combined with additional guestrooms to form a seven-bedroom suite on its own floor, ideal for larger groups and delegations, or can be enjoyed on its own as a large, lavish one-bedroom suite, encompassing a spacious living room with space for up to 18 guests, private dining room or boardroom able to seat 12, separate study room, and two guest powder rooms for additional privacy.


The Master Bedroom overlooks the tropical gardens and waters of the pool deck, and offers a separate dressing room, marble bathroom with deep soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower, whirlpool, and an adjoining massage treatment room with private entrance.


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