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Nouveau French meets Thai at SO Sofitel Bangkok, which takes its design cues from the Chinese elements: Fire, Water, Earth, Metal, and Wood Full review →Each room and common space is themed, and depending on which element you end up in (the website has a quiz to help you choose the element for your room), there may be fantasy-inspired wallpaper, walls of glass or warm wood, or highly polished floors.
A 238-room hotel in the capital's business center, housed in a new 30-story glass tower next to Lumpini Park, one of the few green spaces in town. Full review →
An architectural gem, this elegant hotel is designed around the five elements of water, earth, wood, metal, and fire. Full review →
Fits right into the colorful chaos of Thailand’s vibrant capital...spectacular views from guest rooms, the top-floor spa, an outdoor glass-walled swimming pool and the several in-house restaurants. Full review →
Taking inspiration from (and featuring amazing views of) adjacent Lumphini Park, this is one of a handful of large-yet-hip name-brand hotels to open in Bangkok in the last couple years. Full review →
The distinctive building offers stunning views from many rooms and all common areas, which include an outdoor rooftop pool, the acclaimed Park Society bar and restaurant. Full review →
Opened in 2012, the Sofitel So is a trendy, outrageously fashionable lifestyle hotel, located in the downtown Sathorn area facing Lumpini Park Full review →
Following on from the success of the Sofitel So in Mauritius, the second hotel from the group is a 30-storey property in the Thai capital of Bangkok. Full review →
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