Located on the river banks is an all-new sanctuary of residences and a hotel. Check out the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River.
Thailand’s Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is an all-new sanctuary located in the heart of Bangkok’s Creative District, just 40 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport, along the historic Charoenkrung Road.
The site is a complex of buildings on 200 metres of open riverfront that includes a 299-room hotel and 366 Four Seasons Private Residences. These are connected by a series of indoor and outdoor spaces, eateries, and quiet courtyards, surrounded by lush, tropical greenery and the gentle sounds of water features. The complex also houses event spaces, an urban wellness centre, and a dedicated art space in partnership with MOCA Bangkok, running from the lobby to the river, showcasing contemporary Thai artists in changing exhibitions. Modern rooms and suites feature high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows with garden or river views.
“The much-anticipated return of Four Seasons to Thailand’s capital is nothing short of spectacular,” says Christian Clerc, Four Seasons President, Global Operations, in a statement. “Guests will be in awe of the exquisite design, the world-class restaurant and bar options, and a state-of-the-art wellness centre. As always, the unparalleled, intuitive service from Four Seasons people will be at the centre of it all.”
General Manager Lubosh Barta, said: “Like the city of Bangkok, our new Four Seasons is full of surprises, whether it’s the breath-taking river views, the rich design details, the perfect cocktail or a striking piece of art. We look forward to offering personalised experiences in an environment of safety and trust as we embrace Four Seasons enhanced global health and safety program, Lead With Care, with uncompromising Four Seasons service in a truly spectacular setting.”
The Urban Wellness Centre at the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River
The Urban Wellness Centre at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok is like no other. Spread over more than 2,500 square metres, the Centre is conceived along three streams of wellness, two floors of innovation and one holistic haven.
“Every aspect of the spa places equal emphasis on the ideas of Mind (spirituality), Body (spa), and Work (fitness),” Senior Director of Spa, Sandie Johannessen, said. “With the Palm Courtyard at its centre, it’s a true oasis of wellbeing in the heart of one of the world’s busiest cities, where each guest will find peace, relaxation, renewal and even a bit of indulgence with the skilled guidance of our caring therapists and wellness experts.”
Featuring eight treatment rooms and a luxurious spa suite with its own private bath and indoor garden, the spa also includes a large consultation area with relaxation lounges and a retail store. A state-of-the-art gym, a dedicated mind and body studio with regular open and private classes, and a 30 metre lap pool make up the fitness area. Hair and nail salons and a barber shop offer additional services.
Science meets natural wellness
Treatments include a wide variety of massages that draw from Thai and Western traditions, wraps and scrubs to soften, hydrate and invigorate, and facials in collaboration with Hungarian premium skincare brand Omorovicza.
The Transcendent Bamboo Massage, for example, employs a combination of deep-tissue work, long flowing strokes, and therapeutic bamboo sticks to create a powerful massage to release tension, soothe the senses, and promote deep relaxation. And the BellaBaci Cupping Massage is a tailor-made experience focused on evening skin tones and reducing cellulite, wrinkles and dimples to give skin a healthy glow.
More features include an Advanced Beauty Room, where science meets natural wellness to offer a range of technologically advanced slimming and anti-ageing treatments for men and women. And a Bath Butler will concoct and pour the perfect, tailored bath, in which guests are invited to choose from a menu of ingredients designed to create a soothing, relaxing and therapeutic soak.
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