On my birthday, Patrick and I, we have chosen to stay at Deluxe Suite of Sukhothai Hotel and wow it was wonderful. Though I really enjoy sleek and modern architecture my heart lays with rich cultural and classic design. You can already tell that there is something special about this place by looking at it. Most luxury hotels in Bangkok are skyscraper materials but Sukhothai is low rising labyrinthine complex surrounded by green trees and lotus ponds, adding that secret sanctuary vibe in the bustling City of Angels. Perfect touch of Thai and superb service awaits your visit.
This Luxury Eastern Hotel is located in the center Bangkok on business district, Sathrorn Road, boasting the perfect blend between charms of Old Siam during Sukothai Period such as its name (the first capital of Thailand) and elegance contemporary style. Absolute Thainess and Charisma are reminisced by delicate replication of the marvelous stupas and pagodas, stunning Thai Silk, and beautiful decorations of fresh lotus that await for you every corner. The classic minimal hybrid vibe is completed by sleek furniture and decoration in earthy tone. This is the perfect definition of east meet west.
The Sukhothai hotel is designed by several well-known designers and architects, including Ed Tuttle, the famous American Architect behind the timeless elegant interior designs of Amanresorts in Thailand, Indonesia, India, France, Greece, and United State, Park Hyatt Paris- Vendome in France, Park Hyatt Milano in Italy, and several others. That timeless elegance and beauty of Ancient Siam can be seen from every aspect of the hotel.
Upon arrival we were warmly welcomed with garland, the beautiful Thai traditional flower wreath made entirely with fresh jasmine. This is one of many small things I like about here, how they pay great attention to small details. We knew we made the perfect choice spending our time here when we opened the teakwood door and entered into our 76 square meters suite, so spacious, so cozy, and so beautiful. The layout of the suite is vastly spaced, the corridor leading to the living room equipped with the guest bathroom ahead and the walk in closet that connected with the master bedroom on the left hand side. Being a girl, your favorite part about the Suite can be nothing but the super spacious mirror mirror everywhere on the wall of the bathroom and the walk in closet. I don’t think I need to describe more you can see that for yourself on the footage. I seriously wouldn’t mind sleeping here! I’m dead serious.
Oh have I told you about the sweets? If you are a chocolate lover particularly truffles (like me!), be prepared to get spoil. On the table of the living room you will find 6 pieces of truffles decorated in the shape of Chedi. It gets better during the evening truffles get refilled, other types of chocolate, series of macaron, and assortment of Thai traditional sweets added. Popping special bottle “Moet 1995” given to me by my dad. I am having a super sweet 27! Come and experience Sukhothai your own way <3
Jybby & Patrick