The Banyan Tree Hotel is a luxury five-star hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. Located in Sathorn business district, with its 61 floors, The Banyan Tree Hotel is the tallest hotel in Bangkok.
From the outside, this giant looks really narrow, but do not let its elongated shape fool you – it consists of 327 luxury suites and many other facilities. It includes accommodation such as the Presidential Suite, Spa Suite, One Bedroom Suite, Two Bedroom Suite, Banyan Tree Club, Premier Room and Deluxe Room, all of which offer the highest luxury and comfort.
For example, the Presidential Suite alone measures 204 m² and has a living room that can be easily transformed into a private spa area. Apart from that, there are also electronically controlled curtains in the bedroom, a jet pool and a jet shower. Other suites are less spacious, but nothing less luxurious. Deluxe rooms are situated from 33rd to 49th floors, Premier Rooms from 50th to 58th, Two Bedroom Suites between the 15th and 18th , Spa Suites from the 36th to 38th, while the Presidential Suite covers the 39th and 40th floors.
Considering all services which the Banyan Tree Hotel offers to guests, it seems that it is designed mostly for business travellers. On the 11th floor there is the Business Center, suitable for conferences. The hotel even offers secretarial services, in case you forgot to take your own with you. The internet access provides you with non-stop connection with your contacts, and you can also rent a laptop or a mobile phone, and a 24-hour IT support is at your service. The business library is well equipped with business references, books and magazines, and in case you need company for shopping, you can use the services of the hotel’s shopping expert.
If you need to take a break from business or escape from your enormous and fully equipped suite for a while, you have the opportunity to use the hotel’s pool, gym or enjoy massages and beauty treatments in the Banyan Tree Spa.
On top of the Banyan Tree Hotel there is a unique open-air rooftop restaurant – the Vertigo Grill, which, together with the Moon Bar, is one more thing that makes this place so unusual. Apart from glamorous cuisine and luxury drinks, this restaurant provides you with a breathtaking view over the city of Bangkok. On the 60th floor is Bai Yun, a Chinese restaurant. There are also Taihei, which serves South East Asia’s specialties, Saffron and Latitude, where the Thai food is served and Rom Sai with homemade cuisine.
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