Outstanding design, exciting dining and recreational experiences, as well as luxurious accommodation, come together to make The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon a unique property for Bangkok and the wider Asia region
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Strategically housed within the iconic King Power Mahanakhon, a 78-story mixed-use building that is one of the tallest in Thailand, The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon is a breath-taking hospitality landmark spotlighting world-class design, culinary, entertainment, retail and wellness offerings.
Poised to open on May 11, with room reservations available since February, the 155-key property is The Standard brand’s flagship hotel in Asia and the latest exciting addition to the company’s growing global portfolio.
Situated in bold and buzzy Bangkok’s central business district, between the Sathorn and Silom corridors, the eclectic The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon is designed by Spanish artist-designer Jaime Hayon in collaboration with The Standard’s award-winning in-house design team.
A sharp aesthetic departure from other luxury hotels in the city and upholding the same unconventional and playful sensibilities epitomised by The Standard hotels, guests will be pleasantly greeted by the vibrant colours, fluid shapes, evolving art installations and lush greenery that flow seamlessly inside and out of the swanky establishment.
Amar Lalvani, executive chairman for Standard International said: “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.”
Taste-making guests will be impressed with the thoughtfully appointed guestrooms and suites – ranging from 40m2 to a sprawling 144m2 penthouse – which come complete with many creature comforts, such as rain showers and/or soaking tubs, Nespresso machines, Bang & Olufsen bluetooth speakers, plush seating areas, custom robes, and Davines bath amenities. Guests can stay connected with free Wi-Fi, and enjoy access to a 24-hour gym.
A dynamic array of dining and nightlife offerings also beckons at The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon, including the first international outpost of the renown The Standard Grill and Thailand’s first outstation of the acclaimed Mott 32.
The Standard Grill is a take on a classic brasserie that blends traditional American steakhouse with a freshness of regional flavours. Think burger with martini. Mott 32 utilises the latest in innovative cooking techniques and time-honoured recipes to create award-winning Oriental cuisine. For the first time in Bangkok, diners will be able to savour Mott 32’s signature dim sums and apple-wood roasted Peking duck.
The Parlor will be the city’s place to be for socialising or work, cocktails or lectures, and live music or lounging. Over at the fantasy-décor accented Tease, guests can indulge in luxurious tête-à-têtes with the impeccable tea selection.
The hotel’s rooftop showcases Ojo Bangkok, a Mexican-inspired retro-glam restaurant helmed by Francisco Paco Ruano, one of the finest, award-winning chefs from Mexico. It aims to satisfy diners’ midday cravings and midnight ravings all under one roof.
From the al fresco Sky Beach, the highest rooftop bar in Bangkok, hotel guests can relish stunning views of Bangkok.
Delectable culinary delights aside, the retail shop on the ground floor carries a specially-curated collection of local and foreign fashion, travel and home goods, as well as one-of-a-kind collaborations for the shopaholic at heart.
In Lalvani’s own words: “There is nothing in Bangkok, or the entire region, like what we have created here.”
The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon currently offers a 25 per cent pre-opening discount on Best Available Rate. Bookings can only be made directly here.
Find out how The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon can make your client’s next trip to Bangkok an exceptional one.