Hotel Buzz: Anantara Bangkok Sathorn

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Anantara goes urban this month with the debut of its first city dwelling - The Anantara Bangkok Sathorn.

The property is designed for both long- and short-term stays, with rooms that measure in from 430 square feet to 1,302 square feet. Each one- and two-bedroom suite offers separate living and entertainment areas. We loved the oversized soaking tubs in the bathrooms.

Time to dine? Check out the pizzeria, Crust, and 100°East, a contemporary all-day dining restaurant, with indoor seating and al freak dining poolside.

The property is also equipped with a gym, pool and spa.

For more information visit www.anantara.com.

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