Going up the tree-lined drive already suggests you’re in for something special, and as soon as you reach the beautifully landscaped grounds with lotus ponds, your hopes come true.
Sukhothai was in fact the name of Thailand’s first capital during the 13th century which has inspired the combination of traditional Thai architecture with sleek up to date design.
Rooms exude serenity, using texturally rich fabrics, teakwood furnishings and finer than fine finish. There are over 200 but the hotel remains conscious of your individuality and the service is rumoured to be impeccable.
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Spa Bonatica within the hotel is a wonderful sanctuary that offers sublime relaxation in stunning surroundings.
The lovely infinity 25-meter pool serves well after a hot sticky day on the town.
210 rooms – Superior, Deluxe Studio, Suite divide into Executive, Deluxe, Garden, Deluxe Terrace, Deluxe Residence, and The Sukhothai.
Top rooms – the 12 Garden Suites for their romantic balconies overlooking the courtyard gardens and lotus ponds.
Prices start from £250 not always including breakfast.Eat & Drink
Voted one of Bangkok’s fine-dining meccas, you have three restaurants to pick from with Thai inspired Celadon leading the pack. The other two focus on Italian (La Scala) and Western flavours (Colonnade).
Drinking at The Sukhotai is a slinky affair in Zuk Bar that extends to garden views and features an open-air lounge.Activities
Sweat away in the gym which also comes with cool down facilities (Jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath), try your hand at squash, tennis, and join an aerobic class.
And then there is the 25-meter pool, set within our lushly landscaped gardens and tropical surrounds.Relaxation
Spa Bonatica within the hotel is a wonderful sanctuary that offers sublime relaxation in stunning surroundings.Essentials
Parking – free onsite.
Wifi – free throughout.
Room service – 24/7.
Children – welcome with assistance and facilities available.
The Sukhothai Hotel
13/3 South Sathorn Road