A Look at Sukhothai Bangkok’s New Club Wing

It houses 33 sumptuous suites that feature silk-paneled walls, teakwood floors, and furnishings, and marbled bathrooms kitted out with Japanese high-tech toilets and Bottega Veneta amenities.

Photo: The Sukhothai Bangkok

Repeat guests at The Sukhothai Bangkok will find its former Terrace Wing gussied up thanks to a recent top-to-bottom revamp by architect Ed Tuttle, who (alongside the late Kerry Hill) was responsible for the original design.

Now renamed the Club Wing, it houses 33 sumptuous suites that feature silk-paneled walls, teakwood floors, and furnishings, and marbled bathrooms kitted out with Japanese high-tech toilets and Bottega Veneta amenities.

There’s also a double-height gym downstairs and a sixth-floor Club Lounge overlooking an expanded 25-meter infinity pool; the subtle new look sets the tone for a makeover that will unfold throughout the rest of the hotel in the next few years.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the February/March 2019 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Thai Transformation”).

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