|Welcome to Metropolitan Bangkok Hotel
The Metropolitan is Bangkok newest hotspot and latest addition to the boutique hotel scene. When it comes to design the hotel is minimalist inspired.
The spacious lobby has a clean cut and ultra modern look accentuated by soothing pieces of antique Asian decors and furniture. The youthful and energetic spirit of the Metropolitan is best characterized by its team of outgoing and service oriented staff.
From it's madly fashionable rooms decked in luxurious silk furnishings and Egyptian cotton sheets, to its award winning cuisines and the sanctuary of the Health Club and Spa, the Metropolitan is highly recommended for its style, flair and sophistication.
Indulge in the Metropolitan way of life: fresh, stylish, energetic
The Metropolitan, Bangkok, is the Thai capital's newest hotspot for those at the centre of the action.
A cool and contemporary east-west aesthetic with modern Oriental accents is combined with award-winning cuisine, a holistic spa and Bangkok's chicest lounge bar.
However, the Metropolitan, Bangkok, is also a place for the most demanding traveller who seeks not just style, but accurate service.
Here, at this calming haven within the urban hubbub, experience COMO's belief in detail -and our meaningful promise of perfect respite from a busy day.
Experience simplicity's power, and the chic appeal of understatement
The hotel's 171 rooms, including four penthouse suites and a two-bedroom presidential fiefdom, share a cosseting, contemporary style by Kathryn Kng, a Singapore-based interior design practice.
The look is fresh without being ferociously avant garde, acknowledging influences from both the east and west.
The simple, ample volumes are flooded with light, manipulated by lighting architects, Isometrix, London.
Natural materials include Makha wood from Thailand, combined with oxidized brass paneling.
Paintings are also featured, by Natee Utarit, an up-and-coming artist at the cutting edge of Asia's art scene. Utarit's images, hung throughout the hotel, give depth to the otherwise clean-lined spaces.
Guest room amenities include the following :
- Egyptian cotton linen
- Cable TV
- CD player and disc library
- Steam iron and ironing board
- Dual line, direct dial telephones
- Voice mai
- In-room safe
- Individually controlled air conditioning
- Electronic 'do not disturb' sign
- COMO Shambhala bathroom amenities
- Hot spots (wireless access points)
- RJ45 (category 5 wired)
- Printers, adaptors and in-room fax, on request
- Yoga mat
- Fine goosedown duvet and pillows (non allergenic by request)
The Metropolitan Bangkok provides various standards of guest accommodation; all offer generous space, with luxury felt in the telling detail, from towels like clouds to COMO Shambhala bathroom amenities.
Met Room: These are the largest standard/deluxe rooms in Bangkok, at 51-54sq metres each. King size or twin beds are flanked by a simple teak wood bench, bedecked in Thai silk cushions. The mosaic and limestone bathrooms are conspicuously oversized.
Studio: Like the 122 Met Rooms, the seven Studios offer ample space, at 43sq metres, with the same amenities. However, beds are king size only, and the bathrooms feature a separate shower and bathtub.
City Room: The 22, 29sq metre City Rooms feature a Queen Size bed and large limestone and mosaic bathroms, the shower combined with the tub.
Terrace Suite: Picture a Met Room (see above) and add a spacious private patio with clean-lined landscaping and an outdoor bench.
Creative, intelligent staff are quick to solve, fast to assist
The Metropolitan, Bangkok, is one of the few design hotels that knows the value of image but doesn't compromise on service. Which is why we are fast becoming the number one choice among the music, media and fashion industries.
Our staff, dressed in Comme des Garcon liveries, are energetic, savvy and cosmopolitan. The Guest Services team will also give you the insider track on what's happening in Bangkok, where the best restaurants are, shows and gallery openings.
Other guest services include :
- 24-hour room service
- Daily maid service and evening turndown
- Laundry, dry cleaning and pressing
- Shoe cleaning
- Express check-out
- Secretarial and translation services
- Full service business centre
- Valet parking
- Foreign exchange
- Limousine, car rental and airline reservations
- Theatre, golf and restaurant reservations
- Personalised shopping itineraries
- Gift wrapping, courier services and mail
A landmark address for Bangkok's most happening hotel
The location of the Metropolitan, Bangkok, allows guests to experience the best of both worlds - the energy of this lively metropolis, and serene escapism within the hotel's calming confines.
It is positioned at one remove from Bangkok's traffic yet steps from the city's buzzing nightlife, tucked away on South Sathorn Road in the city’s Central Business District. This is minutes from Bangkok's main shopping areas and a 40-minute drive to the International Airport.
We can arrange airport transfers, car hire, private drivers for the duration of your stay, onward air or train travel. Please contact the hotel if we can help ease the way.
To understand Bangkok, explore the city by neighbourhood. For a synopsis, see below :
Chinatown: This labyrinth of streets features dim sum restaurants, traditional teahouses and bustling markets, packed with Chinese herbalists, fabric and jewellery shops
Dusit: Elegant avenues are flanked by attractive architecture, including Chitrlada Palace, the official residence of Thailand's Royal Family
Old City: Founded in 1782, this is where the city's greatest number of historial attractions are located, including the Reclining Buddha, Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew
Siam Square, Ploenchit: This is the epicentre of the Bangkok shopping experience. The main drag runs from Siam Square to Central Chidlom
Silom-Sathorn: Bangkok's Central Business District combines high-rise offices with traditional houses. At night, this area is popular for entertainment, including shopping, clubbing and dining
Sukhumvit: This upmarket residential district is favoured by expats, and has a number of high-end shopping malls and international restaurants