BANGKOK, THAILAND -- (Marketwired) -- 04/06/13 -- Every guest of the JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok is given the five-star treatment, whether it's the service and hospitality that's synonymous with Thai culture or access to the fitness club and pool. Those who reserve one of its new premier rooms, however, will receive exclusive benefits during their stay.
Offering plenty of space and either one king or two single beds, premier rooms offer guests the following perks, which are included in the nightly rate:
•Pocket high-speed Wi-Fi device •Daily BTS SkyTrain day pass •3 pieces of laundry per day •Late checkout (2pm) •Discount of 20% when booked at least 14 days in advance
Premier rooms are perfect for business travelers or those looking to upgrade their stay. These air-conditioned accommodations feature a desk, complimentary high-speed Internet, a safe and three phones. A marble bathroom includes a separate tub and shower. For a relaxing evening, slip on a robe and slippers; settle into the cozy arm chair or in front of the fireplace; order 24-hour room service or grab a drink and snack from the minibar; and see what's playing on the 32-inch LCD cable TV. Premier room rates start at THB 6,900++ per night.
While premier room guests may never want to leave their room, this luxury downtown hotel is home to a variety of dining venues including New York Steakhouse. Here, diners will get the best steaks, superb seafood, mouth-watering side dishes and fine wine. Japanese cuisine is highlighted at Tsu Japanese Restaurant and Nami Teppanyaki Bar; the former serves freshly prepared sushi and 100 varieties of sake, while the latter showcases the talents of its chefs as they prepare mouthwatering dishes. For something sweet, try one of the pies, cakes or pastries at Bangkok Baking Company.
About the JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok
The only address sophisticated travelers in this city need to know is that of the five-star JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok, located on fashionable Sukhumvit Road. Here, a sleek, modern aesthetic ties in with traditional Thai hospitality and service. Elegant accommodations meet the needs of both business and leisure guests, combining the latest technology with home-like comforts. Amenities include a 32-inch LCD flat-panel TV, high-speed Internet access, Jack Pack plug-and-play system, safe, plush bed and minibar. Executive rooms are perfect for VIP guests and offer more space, upgraded amenities and access to the private lounge. Treat oneself to some indulgence at the 24-hour JW's Health Club & Spa, where guests can work on their well-being with complimentary fitness classes, a personal training session, dip in the outdoor pool or relaxing treatment at the full-service spa. With a location near the BTS SkyTrain, this luxury hotel is the perfect base for exploration; the surrounding area includes entertainment, shopping, businesses, embassies, the convention center and attractions including the Jim Thompson House and Grand Palace. The JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok is a popular local spot for meals and meetings alike. Its more than 14,360 square feet of event space is ideal for weddings, receptions, conferences and conventions. Its restaurants include Tsu Bar, featuring more than 100 varieties of sake, New York Steakhouse and Bangkok Baking Company, where guests can grab a pastry and coffee before starting the day.
JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok: 4 Sukhumvit Road, Soi 2, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand; 66-2-6567700
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JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok
4 Sukhumvit Road Soi 2
Bangkok 10110, Thailand
++ 66-2-656 7700
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