The Hua Chang Heritage Hotel, a new boutique property where classic Siamese motifs blend seamlessly with contemporary design concepts, has opened in Bangkok.
The hotel, Inspired by the art and culture of King Rama V-era Thailand and turn-of-the-century Europe, is now in soft-opening and expects to officially begin full operations towards the end of Q1 2013.
Located on Phayathai Road with easy access to the adjacent BTS skytrain system, Hua Chang Heritage Hotel is very close to both Bangkok Art & Culture Center and historic Jim Thompson House. Also within short walking distance are major shopping centers including Siam Paragon, CentralWorld, MBK and Siam Square.
The seven-story building comprises 80 guest rooms and facilities such as 24-hour in-room dining, pool bar, cozy reading area, limousine service and personal butler service.
Every guest room features a bedside touch-screen panel for controlling room features, 40-inch internet-enabled TV with Blue-ray DVD player, complimentary in-room Wi-Fi access and custom designed bathroom featuring electronic toilet conveniences. Bathroom amenities are by luxury Thai brand Thann.
Hotel facilities and services include a free-form swimming pool surrounded by tropical landscaping, pool bar and multi-function room. The hotel’s all-day dining venue, Miss Siam, allows guests to experience the intricate flavors of one of the world’s finest cuisines.
Hotel General Manager, Sammy Sasaki, said, “Hua Chang Heritage Hotel, Bangkok will rekindle the history of Hua Chang Bridge, or Chalermla Fifty-Six, which was built by King Rama V more than one hundred years ago during a period of rapid modernization in Thailand. Our concept of contemporary luxury from a historical perspective, along with unique signature amenities such as Thai-style personal butler service, are certain to please even the most discerning world travelers.”
Hua Chang Heritage Hotel is the newest development by Baiyoke Group of Hotels, developer of major properties including the Baiyoke Sky Hotel in Bangkok.