A Look at Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

The Kempinski brand’s second outpost in the Thai capital has much to offer wellness-minded travelers.

A spa treatment room at the Sindhorn Kempinski. (All photos courtesy of Kempinski Hotels)

Situated in Sindhorn Village, an upscale residential development within walking distance of Lumphini Park, the months-old Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok has announced its arrival as a must-visit urban wellness destination in Thailand’s buzzing capital, thanks to the debut of a 25-meter saltwater infinity pool and newly added facilities at its spa, Sindhorn Wellness by Resense.

These range from a hammam, a micro-salt inhalation room, and a glass-fronted sauna to a tepidarium with infrared-heated loungers and a Rasul room — where guests are treated to an Arabian-inspired treatment that combines the health-enhancing properties of heat, steam, and mud. Previously opened facilities include boutique fitness, yoga, and Pilates studios. Memberships with Sindhorn Wellness by Resense are now available for local residents wishing to stay fit and look their best.

The newly opened salt sauna at Sindhorn Wellness by Resense.

The spa also features a purpose-built hammam.

Sindhorn Kempinski’s main saltwater pool.

Inside the tepidarium at Sindhorn Wellness by Resense.

Fitness facilities here include a cutting-edge virtual cycling studio.

Spa-goers can also expect to eat well at the Sindhorn Kempinski. The Lobby Lounge offers light bites and afternoon tea in an elegant, ultramodern setting with plenty of greenery and natural light, while the menu at all-day restaurant Flourish spans Thai and other Asian cuisines, alongside European and Middle Eastern fare; vegan dishes are available too. Patrons here can opt to dine indoors or on a leafy garden terrace. Tucked inside Flourish is Loukjaan by Saneh Jaan, an offshoot of the one-Michelin-starred Thai restaurant Saneh Jaan, whose chefs use locally farmed ingredients and ancient heirloom recipes once served to the royal family. Meanwhile, creative cocktails, fine wines, and premium spirits await at the European-inspired Firefly Bar, a clubby space adorned with Thai fine art pieces.

Upstairs, there are 274 rooms and suites to choose from. The entry-level Grand Deluxe rooms are billed as the largest in the city at 66 square meters; each one boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and private balcony seating. Pre-cooled air from the roof level supplies every room with extra oxygen, while double walls, solid doors, and other soundproofing features ensure a restful night’s sleep. Guests in specific room categories can have access to the rooftop Executive Club Lounge, where complimentary breakfast, all-day refreshments, afternoon tea, and evening cocktails are offered through the week. Special rates apply for bookings until the end of this year.

More information here.

The Lobby Lounge at the Sindhorn Kempinski features an ultramodern curved ceiling.

The Firefly Bar is adorned with Thai fine art pieces.

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