Above: The Sukhothai was designed byÂ Edward Tuttle and Pichitra Boonyarataphan.
Named after the capital of the ancient Thai kingdom, The Sukhothai hotelâ€”Sukhothai translates to dawn of happinessâ€”has launched its own Bangkok tour inviting guests to scratch the surface of Thailandâ€™s captivating history.
The â€śHidden Bangkokâ€ť package features a tour of the Grand Palace, home of the king of Siam since 1782, along with visits to the temple of the Emerald Buddha, Wat Pho, and Chinatown, as well as a boat ride along the quiet canals of Thonburi.
The deal includes accommodation in a Superior room or Executive suiteâ€”all the Sukothaiâ€™s 210 guest rooms and suites are furnished in teakwood and Thai silks,Â and have private balconies or terraces overlooking lotus pools. The Sukhothai will also lay on a round trip limousine airport transfer and daily buffet breakfast in Colonnade restaurant, as well as a two-and-a-half-hour spa treatment at Spa Botanica for two people, which includes pebble stone bath and Thai herbal compress.
Guests must stay a minimum of three consecutive nights. Rates start from US$400 per Superior room, per night. The package expires on December 28 and can be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
13/3 South Sathorn Road; 66/2344-8888; sukhothai.com
Below: An Executive suite.