JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok Completes First Phase of Renovations

The JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok, the flagship of the JW Marriott brand and one of the first Marriott properties in Thailand, announced it has completed the first round of its multi-phase renovation process. The transformation of its rooms and public areas will be conducted in phases over three years.

With the completion of the renovation, the hotel debuted over 130 new rooms and suites. The second phase, which will take place between April and October, includes the makeover of 178 guestrooms, meeting rooms and its all-day dining outlet. The last phase will commence mid-2019 on all remaining guestrooms. JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok will be operating as normal during the whole transformation process.

The architecture firm, PIA Interior Company, has been tasked with the hotel’s new look. The new design blends traditional Thai elements and modern architecture. A combination of lightwood flooring and natural tones accentuated with marble materials have been paired with traditional Thai mural paintings and decorations.

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The JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok is located in the heart of the city with access to the airport, expressway and public transport. The hotel offers 441 accommodations, an executive lounge, fully equipped health club and spa, 11 meeting facilities, and nine F&B dining outlets, including New York Steakhouse, Tsu Contemporary Japanese Kitchen and Nami Teppanyaki Steakhouse.

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