The Standard’s Asian flagship readies for May opening

The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon is set to open to first guests on May 11, with room reservations kicking off last Friday.

The 155-key property will be The Standard brand’s flagship hotel in Asia and the latest addition to the company’s growing global portfolio.

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It sits in Bangkok’s central business district, between the Sathorn and Silom corridors, and is housed in King Power Mahanakhon, a 78-floor mixed-use building that is one of the tallest in Thailand.

The hotel will reflect the energy of the Thai capital and infuse The Standard brand’s “anything but standard” ethos throughout.

“There is nothing in Bangkok, or the entire region, like what we have created here,” said Amar Lalvani, executive chairman for Standard International.

“We love the energy, style and culture Bangkok offers and couldn’t be more proud to partner with King Power to open our flagship for the region in this awe-inspiring building, in this incredible city. When we open our doors in May, visitors and locals will be treated to the world of immersive hospitality that only The Standard can create,” he added.

Facilities will include an outdoor terrace pool, an advanced gym with membership for the local community, event spaces, and an array of F&B establishments, including Thailand’s first outpost of the acclaimed Mott 32.

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