Sabtu, 28 Mei 2011

maria ozawa

By looking at the Peninsula Bangkok Hotel Building, you can tell that it is a very special hotel. The hotel building is perched on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The curvaceous design allows every window along its 37-storeys to have an uninterrupted view of the river below and the cityscape above. If you notice something interesting in the distance, take the sky-train nearby the hotel which will bring you to world-class establishments within a matter of minutes
The hotel has 370 remarkable guest rooms and suites with a plethora of innovations. It might be the technology that allows everything about a room, from the mood lighting to the temperature, to be controlled with the push of a button. Or it might be the flawless bathroom fittings, fully marbled with twin vanities and a television installed by the bathtub.
Those who missed the comforts of home may find the generous room size to be their best attribute at an average room size of 46 sq m. The most amazing thing about the rooms might be that every single one offers a river-facing view.
The Grand Deluxe Rooms are magnificently furnished and an excellent choice for demanding travellers. Almost every part of the living space is clad in luxurious materials like marble and silk. Much of its furniture has been exclusively designed to offer a sense of classic elegance. A number of Balcony Rooms are also available.
If Bangkok is said to be larger than life, then it is fitting that visitors should have accommodation to match. The two-bedroom Duplex Suite is an incredible split-level residence that shows off its full height in the entrance hall. You can have towering views stretching from the river to high above rooftops from any point on the suite's two terraces
After having a long day exploring the city, you may want to visit the Peninsula Spa which is located in a traditional Thai colonial-style building by the tree-tiered outdoor pool. The spa features 14 treatment rooms and 4 luxury suites. Some of these rooms offer a river-facing view.
With so many health facilities and comprehensive entertainment that include 6 restaurants and bars, the Peninsula Bangkok Hotel is no stranger to many travellers. The Peninsula Bangkok has been awarded the "World's Best Value Hotel" by Travel and Leisure magazine in 2006 and 2008 and will no doubt continue to win the hearts of both business and leisure travellers alike