Anantara Siam Bangkok unveils new guest rooms

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
23 October 2017 | Updated 23 October 2017

Thailand: Anantara Siam Bangkok unveils new rooms following refurbishment

Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel has unveiled new Thai-inspired guestrooms, following an extensive refurbishment.
The new interior was designed by Jeffrey A. Wilkes of LTW Designworks, who is recognised for his ability to blend cosmopolitan influences with traditional design features.
The new layout pays homage to Thai palaces that have been constructed with European influences. Thai silk was used to furnish wall panelling and each Deluxe room contains an antique map of Bangkok.
The 307 new 42 square metre Deluxe and Premier guestrooms in one king size bed or two double beds configurations accommodate three adults or two adults and a child, and feature an en-suite marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub and glass enclosed shower. 
The refurbishment of its Deluxe and Premier guestrooms completes a THB 470 million project that also saw the upgrade of Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel's suites and public spaces.

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