Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok
Rosewood Bangkok

Rosewood Bangkok

1041/38 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand

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“The great urban escape”

Rosewood’s second Thai outpost in the heart of Bangkok welcomes you before you get there. The building is inspired by the Thai gesture of welcome – the “wai” – and once you arrive, that sense of welcome is personified by every single member of staff. Guest rooms are spacious, but the pool sky villas give added luxury, featuring a large terrace and private plunge pool to get closer to a city that never sleeps.

Best time to visit : All year

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What we Love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • Some of the city’s best temples of retail are within walking distance
  • The address may be CBD, but the atrium, complete with vertical garden, serves as a relaxing space for quiet contemplation
  • A direct connection to the BTS skytrain brings the city’s sights easily within reach
  • Instant classic: the architectural firm has designed some of the most iconic landmarks in the world, including the renovation of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in NYC and the International Commerce Centre (ICC) in Hong Kong

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location
  • The Insider

158 Rooms, Suites and Houses

The hotel’s 158 rooms, including 23 unique suites and houses with private pools and terraces, have contemporary residential styling and each guest is welcomed and treated with personalized attention just as if they were entering their own manor home. The hotel offers an intimate, secure and private ambience in the heart of Bangkok.

Room Facilities

  • In-room safe
  • Fully stocked private bar 
  • Slippers and terrycloth bathrobes
  • Tea making facilities 
  • Nespresso coffee machine 
  • Complimentary WiFi 
  • Frette 600 thread-count linen 
  • Bespoke Rosewood bath amenities 
  • Bedside control panel for lighting and drapes 
  • Dyson hairdryer
  • Complimentary local calls  
  • 49’ LCD TV 
  • Multimedia connection 
  • Bluetooth speaker 

Need to Know

Check-in 15.00 / Check-out 12.00

Deluxe Room
Deluxe Room
  • 2
  • 42 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • City

The Deluxe Room offers residential-style living space with décor that embraces both Thai heritage and contemporary culture, with a choice of either a king bed or two twin beds. Each guestroom is elegantly accessorized with refined works of art and ornamentation to convey a modern and homelike atmosphere.

Executive Room
Executive Room
  • 2
  • 42 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • City

The Executive Room offers residential-style living space with a panoramic metropolitan view of the Bangkok skyline. Each guestroom is elegantly accessorized with refined works of art and ornamentation that embrace Thai heritage and contemporary culture. 

Premier Room
Premier Room
  • 2
  • 50 sq. m.
  • King
  • City

Rosewood Bangkok’s Premier Rooms feature views of the iconic Bangkok skyline. These spacious corner rooms are unique and elegantly appointed with contemporary Thai arts, books and ornamentation for residential-style luxury. A separate bath and rain shower are also included. 

Studio
Studio
  • 2
  • 55 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • City

Rosewood Bangkok’s Studio Rooms offer sumptuous accommodation, blending a contemporary interior design sensibility with indigenous touches. These thoughtfully appointed rooms feature rich wood furnishings and a soft neutral color palette.

Grand Studio
Grand Studio
  • 2
  • 90 sq. m.
  • King
  • City

Featuring an opulent relaxation area and private indoor whirlpool, separate bedroom, and luxurious bathroom with bathtub and shower, the Grand Studios are residential-style retreats. The spacious room is decorated with furnishings that embrace the Thai culture in a warm palette of colors. 

Two Bedroom
Two Bedroom
  • 2-4
  • 92 sq. m.
  • King and/or Twin
  • City

Each loft-style, residential-like Two-Bedroom offers views from a corner room and floor-to-ceiling windows that create a refreshingly light-filled space. The room is configured as an adjoining Premier and Executive guestroom for extra spaciousness and privacy when wanted. 

Manor Suite
Manor Suite
  • 2
  • 79 sq. m.
  • King or Twin
  • City

Manor Suites evoke sensations of luxury apartment living for guests. The suite offers a majestic separate living room and a bedroom area. Corner suites are available, with sweeping views of the Bangkok skyline. Manor Suites are located on floors 11 to 27.

Two-Bedroom Manor Suite
Two-Bedroom Manor Suite
  • 2-4
  • 121 sq. m.
  • King and/or Twin
  • City

The Two-Bedroom Manor Suite adjoins an elegant, roomy Manor Suite with an Executive Room to deliver a spacious luxury apartment feel.  With its tasteful décor and special amenities, the Two-Bedroom Manor Club Suite offers a warm and serene urban sanctuary in downtown Bangkok.

Two-Bedroom Sky Pool Suite
Two-Bedroom Sky Pool Suite
  • 4
  • 182 sq. m.
  • King and Twin
  • City

The Two-Bedroom Sky Pool Suite offers an expansive apartment feel in the heart of Bangkok. The elegant, beautifully appointed rooms are a unique haven featuring one twin bedroom and one king bedroom as well as a private terrace with personal outdoor plunge pool -- perfect for enjoying the panoramic view of the Bangkok cityscape.

Rosewood Suite
Rosewood Suite
  • 2
  • 88 sq. m.
  • King
  • City

Rosewood Suites bestow an air of elegance in a residential-style surrounding. Tastefully decorated with both contemporary and Thai details, the suites offer a warm and serene sanctuary in bustling Bangkok. Featuring a separate living space, a separate bedroom, walk-in closet and guest bathroom, Rosewood Suites redefine luxury living. 

Nara House
Nara House
  • 2
  • 189 sq. m.
  • King
  • City

A true urban retreat, the exclusive, stunning Nara House nestles at the top floors of Rosewood Bangkok. This house comprises a tranquil bedroom with king bed overlooking the city, a separate natural light-filled living area, a kitchen and a private dining area. 

Thara House
Thara House
  • 2
  • 208 sq. m.
  • King
  • City

Ideal for entertaining, Thara House is among the four accommodations within the hotel to feature an individual outdoor terrace and private plunge pool. The sky-high urban retreat is designed to reflect the pinnacle of contemporary Thai penthouse living. 

Bannakarn House
Bannakarn House
  • 2
  • 291 sq. m.
  • King
  • City

As the largest house at Rosewood Bangkok, Bannakarn House brings luxury to new heights. Providing grand living space occupying the entire 29th floor, this house offers a grand foyer entrance, separate kitchen, separate guest bathroom, large walk-in closet, and private terrace and outdoor plunge pool. The palatial house nestles on Rosewood Bangkok’s top floor, with the hotel’s highest elevation plunge pool.

Lakorn European Brasserie
Lakorn European Brasserie
This is a spacious and elegant restaurant that features an outdoor terrace with Bangkok cityscape view.  Decorated with traditional ornaments worn by Thai dancers, Lakorn European Brasserie offers an idyllic contemporary Thai ambience perfect for any time of the day or night.
G&O
G&O
Located on the 9th floor adjacent to the outdoor pool, G&O is an upscale café that brings the farm-to-table ethos to life. G&O offers a variety of healthy cuisine with an emphasis on organic and natural ingredients locally grown and sourced. 
Nan Bei
Nan Bei
Located on the 19th floor, Nan Bei, meaning South and North respectively in Chinese, presents an authentic Chinese dining experiences backdropped by an exhilarating view of the Bangkok skyline. The menu features dishes made from the finest ingredients that deliver stunning, authentic Chinese cuisine.  
Lennon’s
Lennon’s
Located on the highest floor of Rosewood Bangkok, Lennon’s is a stylish speakeasy tucked behind a whiskey library. Inspired by a mid-century home-recording studio, Lennon’s features an extensive 6,000-vinyl collection, which guests can play and experience as in yesteryear. 
Signature Degustation Afternoon Tea
Signature Degustation Afternoon Tea

Lakorn European Brasserie has added a touch of tipple to its signature degustation afternoon tea offered 14.30 to 17.00 hrs daily. 

Sense, A Rosewood Spa
Sense, A Rosewood Spa
Sense, A Rosewood Spa offers a bespoke approach to personal well-being, drawing from the long heritage of Thailand’s healing culture, enhanced by luxurious touches. The exquisite treatments revive ancient Thai beauty rituals and “lost remedies,” paired with the latest innovations from skincare lines EviDenS de Beauté and Maison Caulières.
Pool
Pool
Guests can enjoy their urban escape at the dramatic 20-meter indoor-outdoor saltwater lap pool, which also features a whirlpool. The pool is conveniently situated between the Fitness Studio and G&O, an upscale green and organic café that offers refreshing pick-me-ups.
Fitness Studio
Fitness Studio
A complete line of state-of-the-art Technogym equipment is provided for Rosewood Bangkok guests to maintain their fitness regimes while away from home. Bathed in natural light, the Fitness Studio is situated on the 9th floor of the property, offering views of the Bangkok metropolitan skyline. 

Rosewood Bangkok

Bangkok, or Krung Thep, the City of Angels, welcomes more visitors than any other city in the world. Rosewood Bangkok is situated in the heart of the metropolis in central business, embassy and upscale retail district. 

1041/38 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand

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Thomas Harlander
Thomas Harlander
Managing Director

With more than 18 years of experience in the luxury hospitality industry, Thomas Harlander is appointed as the Managing Director of Rosewood Bangkok. Born and raised in Germany, Harlander’s successful career has taken him around the world. Mr. Harlander brings with him a wealth of luxury hospitality experience from many different locations, including Washington DC, Cologne, London, Los Angeles, Buenos Aries, Tokyo and Seoul. Prior to joining Rosewood, his career has largely been spent with Hyatt hotels, primarily in the Park Hyatt brand where he held senior roles through food and beverage to general management. Mr. Harlander began his career after graduating from Simon-Knoll-School in Munich, Germany, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Hotel Management.  

Wat Phra Kaew
Wat Phra Kaew

"While Bangkok is a city full of temples, there is only one “wat,” as they are known in Thailand, which is home to an emerald Buddha -- the sacred Wat Phra Kaew. Its origins are lost to time, but the statue is believed to have been discovered in the northern city of Chiang Rai in 1434 A.D., after a stucco Buddha image was struck by lightning, revealing the remarkable treasure within.

"TIP: Beyond the building housing the Buddha, walk along the inside of the temple walls, which tell the story of the ancient Indian poem Ramayana through a series of remarkable paintings."

Photo Credit: Ninara TSP 

Wat Arun
Wat Arun

"One of the most recognizable temples in the country -- its likeness appears on the back of the 10 baht coin -- Wat Arun sits on the opposite bank of the river to the Grand Palace. Meaning “temple of dawn,” its magnificent Khmer-influenced central spire, known as a prang, resembles the towers of Angkor Wat and symbolizes the mountain at the center of the Buddhist universe.

"TIP: Pay close attention to the colorful decoration on the five prang at the center of the temple—the intricate patterns consist of pottery and seashells brought to the city by Chinese traders."

Photo Credit: Preecha.MJ

Wat Po
Wat Po

"You won't find more Buddha images in any Bangkok temple than in Wat Po, including a 46- meter-long reclining statue. However this impressive wat is also famous as the home of Thai  massage which is still taught on site with sessions available; it makes for a relaxing break from sightseeing.   In the mid-1800s King Rama III established the country's first ever university here.

"TIP: Along one side of the reclining Buddha you'll find a series of 108 brass pots -- exchange your notes for a bag of satang coins and receive good luck by placing a coin in every pot." 

Photo Credit: Terry Kelleher 

Chatuchak
Chatuchak

"Known also as Jatujak or simply JJ, this weekend-only market is home to more than 15,000 stalls, spread over 27 sections, drawing crowds in excess of 300,000 per day. Without a doubt the largest market in the country, you can find everything you ever needed (and many things you didn't), from furniture to accessories, music to fashion, as well as food and drink.

"TIP: It's easy to get lost in this gargantuan center to all things retail, so pre-arm yourself with a copy of Nancy Chandler's Map of Chatuchak Weekend Market, available at city bookstores."

Photo Credit: martinhosmat083

Floating Market
Floating Market

"There are numerous floating markets around Bangkok, so choosing the right one is really about what floats your boat -- pun intended. Taling Chan is only 12km from the city, and is the easiest to reach, but can get busy. For a more authentic experience, head to Amphawa -- it's an early start to reach it, but the flotilla of boats and authentic wooden houses make up for the lost sleep.

"TIP: When you've had enough of the market, go on a canal tour with a longtail boat driver -- at Amphawa, the tour includes a stop at Wat Bang Koong, a remarkable temple set inside a tree."

Photo Credit: Roberto Faccenda

Bangkok National Museum
Bangkok National Museum

"Often overlooked by visitors who pass by on their way to the Grand Palace or Khao San Road, this museum contains an impressive array of artifacts, which takes the form of a tour through Thai history. The exhibits include works of art, ancient weapons, ceremonial objects and a building dedicated to royal chariots. On an interesting side note, before 1887 this was a palace.

"TIP: For a taste of how the royals once lived, spend some time in the “red house,” a traditional teak house made from interlocking wooden panels that was built more than 200 years ago."

Photo Credit: Joyofmuseums

MOCA
MOCA

"Though it's some way from the city center, the art on display at the privately owned Museum of Contemporary Art makes the taxi trip worth it. Run by Thai business mogul Boonchai Bencharonkul, the five-floor building houses one of the country's best collections of modern art, with some 800 pieces covering all mediums -- from sculpture to oil painting to furniture.

"TIP: Pick up a unique Bangkok souvenir in the MOCA Shop, from a T-shirt adorned with art prints to a range of MOCA-branded merchandise, art books and limited edition gold statues."

Photo Credit: Smuconlaw

Thipsamai
Thipsamai

"There's probably no dish that's considered as quintessentially Thai as Pad Thai, the stir-fried noodles that come served with tofu, dried shrimp, shallots, bean sprouts, roasted peanuts and lime, as well as a generous portion of red chili powder. And there's no better place to try it than Thipsamai, which serves eight varieties and claims to be the city's oldest Pad Thai restaurant. 

"TIP: Due to its popularity -- and that it's only open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. -- the queues can be round the block. Pass the time by ordering a pre-dinner dessert from one of the nearby street stalls."

Sri Trat Restaurant & Bar
Sri Trat Restaurant & Bar

"Trat is a small province on Thailand’s eastern seaboard. Adjoining Cambodia, it’s famous for its natural beauty -- you’ll find the tourist island of Koh Chang here -- but also for its distinctive dishes which combine spicy herbs, fresh seafood, and wild fruits to produce one of the best cuisines in the country; order the massaman curry with durian and ceviche-style barracuda.

"TIP: Save room for their signature dessert selection, an absolute treat of a plate that includes soft crêpes filled with coconut and green beans and dumplings served in warm coconut milk." 

Sorn
Sorn

"The owners of this restaurant, which occupies a 90-year-old wooden house down an otherwise quiet suburban lane, have obviously hit upon the right recipe for success, judging by the queues of hungry Bangkokians. The formula is deceptively simple: they serve a five-course menu of sharing plates, all made from traditional southern Thai recipes, in a luxury high-end setting.

"TIP: While down south many of these dishes are commonly accompanied by cheap local beer, Sorn ups the stakes with a list of pairing wines, with slightly sweet white wine recommended."

Restaurant Suhring
Restaurant Suhring

"Fine dining modern German cuisine is not a common feature of many culinary capitals, but Suhring makes you wish it were. Twin brothers Thomas and Mathias are stripping away the perception of heavy food from their homeland, and replacing it with inventive dishes that pair memories of their childhood with more contemporary culinary influences from Central Europe. 

"TIP: Given you'll most likely not be familiar with the dishes, forget à la carte and place your trust in the twins and order either the “Klassiker” (classic) or “Erlebnis” (experience) set menus."

Sushi Ichizu
Sushi Ichizu

"Helmed by talented Japanese chef Riku Toda who, despite his youthful appearance, has already received plaudits at Michelin-star Sushi Sugita in his homeland, this hidden restaurant rewards adventurous diners with some of the best sushi in Bangkok, with quality imported ingredients prepared to exacting standards, at prices to match. Reservations are definitely recommended.

"TIP: Whether you choose the nigiri (THB4,000) or omakase (THB8,000) set menu, make sure you are not wearing any strong scents when you sit down to dine -- they're strictly banned to encourage olfactory appreciation of the dishes before you."