JW Marriott Bangkok Hotel

  • Posted onApril 29th, 2013

JW Marriott Bangkok

JW Marriott

Location, location, location. Set at the heart of Sukhumvit Road, just minutes away from the Nana BTS, the city’s shopping district, the clubs and bars of  Sukhumvit soi 11, and some of the best restaurants in town, location wise it doesn’t get much better than this.

Being a Marriott hotel you can expect nothing less than comfort, style, and luxury, with rooms kitted out for both business and pleasure, lots of on-site dining and facilities, and absolutely no problem in bringing a guest (or two!) back for the night. The hotel also underwent some serious renovations not so long ago, upgrading both the decor and technology of the hotel, so now is a great time to make a stay here.

Marriott Bangkok room

The rooms

The JW Marriott has 5 choices of room type, depending on how much style and luxury you require. The Deluxe rooms are all about warmth and cosiness, with large comfy chairs, warm wood panelling, a large desk area for you to work, and a slick marble bathroom. Premier and executive rooms take things up a notch set on higher floors with attractive views of the city the rooms offer lots of additional features including larger beds and TVs, a free BTS pass, a mobile WIFI device, and  access to the 16th floor luxury lounge.

For the ultimate bachelor pad you might want to try the Royal Suite, a huge 330 SQM in size, set up on the top floor of the hotel with panoramic views of the Bangkok skyline. This pad has all the luxury facilities for work and play you could desire, including 3 TVs with full cable access, whirlpool master bath, walk-in wardrobe, and a work area with cable and WIF internet.

All rooms  come with sound-proof windows, meaning you’ll feel a million miles away from hustle and bustle of downtown Bangkok when it comes time to work, play, or sleep.

JW Marriott Bangkok poolThe facilities

The hotel has a wealth of on-site dining options, including the popular Marriott Café which has gained a local reputation for their tasty buffet selection, and prime view of the all-action Sukhumvit Road.

The hotel is also proud to host not one but two Japanese restaurants, with the Tsu restaurant serving traditional Japanese plates and Nami known for its teppanyaki style cuisine. Every Sunday these two restaurants merge together to host one of the city’s most popular Sunday brunches.

If you’re a meat lover then you’ll be no doubt drawn to the hotel’s New York Steakhouse, and accompanying Manhattan Bar, the perfect place to fill up on prime imported steaks and world class cocktails.

JW Marriott Bangkok lobbyFor the health conscious, the JW Marriott also has its own Health Club on the 6th floor, with pool, spa, and Juice Bar, and lots of state-of-the-art fitness equipment. This is as good as any gym in town, and the fitness room overlooks the outdoor pool area, which itself is shaded by palm trees. The spa is also top notch, with professionally trained therapists and a wide range of treatments and massages available, including sauna and steam rooms.

Whether you are looking to work hard, party hard, or both, the JW Marriot is one of the best guest friendly hotels n Bangkok. You won’t be disappointed.


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