Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Bangkok stands out from the crowd for many reasons, not least because of its impressive glass sail facade, reminiscent of the world famous Dubai Hotel. The interiors leave a more subtle impression, with rooms decorated in a rich palette of chocolate browns and nude tones. A little part of Thailand is weaved into the design with wallpapers inspired by the floral motifs in temples, rustic carved shutters outside your door and sepia shots of Thai landmarks in the rooms and suites. The beds are some of the most comfortable that weve laid our heads on and there is a cosy chair for lounging on and a desk if you need to catch up with work. Warm lighting gives the guest rooms a welcoming glow in the evenings and from the window you can enjoy the view of Bangkoks twinkling skyscrapers.
Wi-Fi is available and there is a flat screen television with a good selection of international channels. Every bathroom has a separate tub and shower.
Another bonus of the hotel are its excellent leisure facilities, which include an open air swimming pool with sun terrace and loungers, spa with traditional Thai treatments and something a little more unusual: a putting green on the roof of the hotels car park. Equipment is available to borrow free of charge so you can practice your shots in the middle of the city. Grand Millennium Sukhumvit Bangkok is well known for serving one of the best value Sunday brunches in the city, with a regular 2 pay 4 eat deal that comes with free flow alcohol. Cooking stations include Chinese, sushi, a la minute international and a selection of vegetarian and halal dishes. On the same floor you will find Tapas y Vino, a rustic inspired Spanish restaurant with a tiled floor and a Barcelonan chef who brings a genuine taste of his home country to Bangkok.
Address: 30 Sukhumvit 21 (Asoke) Road
Telephone: +66 2 204 4000