Capella Hotel Bangkok
The Capella Bangkok is set in one of the oldest districts of the city, where shophouses that have stood for hundreds of years, are still open and golden temple rooftops mix with the more modern city buildings. The Capella Bangkok is the first of the Capella Hotels to have opened in Thailand. Even though it’s said to be one of the priciest hotels of the city, The Capella Bangkok is low key with no over-the-top exterior designs or flashy interiors and is known for its privacy and well-heeled crowd.
The Rooms are anything but simple. Just a standard room at the Capella Bangkok will have giant oval bathtubs, high quality comfy cotton robes and fantastic rain showers. The rooms are all spacious and have beautiful views of the Chao Phraya River. If you are looking for a more private experience you can also pick one of the hotels villas, which includes plunge pool, a garden and lounge all facing the river.
Mauro Colagreco, Chef of Mirazur in France, opened Côte at Capella. Here the focus is farm fresh ingredients, long coarse dinners and on-point wine pairings. By the river, you can find Phra Nakhon, a Thai food restaurant with a beautiful terrace full of trees. If you want to drink some, be-spoke cocktails and desserts, head to Stella, the hotels stylish bar.
The Auriga Wellness spa is a must if you are looking to relax, have a Thai massage or if you have time a full day spa retreat. Treatments vary from Thai, Chinese and Indian methods. Try out the sauna and vitality pool after any treatment
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