Situated above 22 floors of private residences, the 34-suite 137 Pillars boutique hotel, a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World opened in April.
What’s good? Suites are spacious, with dining tables, mood lighting, high ceilings, walk-in wardrobes, and en-suite bathrooms that have chic, circular bathtubs with built-in TVs. Yes, please. Bonus: All suites also come with butler service.
Tip: Have a variety of age groups in your traveling party? The Rattanakosin Suites are 1,200-square-feet in size and include two baths and an oversized outdoor balcony with a daybed and dining table. These top accommodations are also well suited for VIP couples, as are the Pillars One-Bedroom Residences and the Pillars Executive One-Bedroom Residences, which include a kitchen, in-residence laundry and private balconies.
The two dining options here include Bangkok Trading Post Bistro & Deli, which serves international comfort food as well as grab-and-go options, and Nimitr, which dishes out cutting-edge Oriental fare.
At 137 Pillars’ glass-walled fitness center (with free weight and cardio equipment options), guests can work with a personal trainer as well as with a Muay Thai or yoga instructor. On floor 27, guests will find a pool and Jacuzzi. Tip: Be sure to save time for a drink from The Marble Bar, of course. Fun Fact: The hotel also has its own indoor golf simulator and outdoor putting range.
The Nitra Spa, on floor 28, provides a range of face, body and holistic treatments. We recommend the Sleep by Design Therapy option, especially if you’re jetlagged.
For enquiries, advisors can contact Nutthirada Teppiphob ([email protected]), assistant director of sales - leisure.