Located just a casual stroll from The Royal Bangkok Sports Club and Lumphini Park - Bangkok’s equivalent of Central Park - the low-rise Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel blends traditional Thai and contemporary architectural styles. Its concept strengthened with interiors accentuated with authentic Thai artifacts, teak furnishings, silk fabrics and Thai paintings.
Its artistic heritage is showcased splendidly, making an entrance for arriving guests a most enchanting experience. The hotel’s most striking design features are in the lobby, embellished with a series of handpainted silk mandala-type paintings on the ceiling and brilliantly colourful murals on the walls.
Once passed reception, guests process their way to the rooms, overlooking charming courtyards and shady gardens of mature trees and koi ponds. Exclusive garden accommodation on the second floor is available for guests seeking additional privacy. Cocooned by the lush topical greenery, each suite opens onto a private open-air terrace.
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Q&A WITH MICHAEL SEUM
Michael Seum talks about the overarching idea of the new Atrio design, the relevance of Atrio and the challenges of designing a new faucet in heterogenic style segments.