Regardless of over a thousand guestrooms and suites, or its largest 5-star hotel status, the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park is the first to receive Marriott International flagship brand’s marquis designation in Asia Pacific and known as the Siamese Gem..An Entrance to Asia Pacific.
Travellers around the world agree to crown this hotel an open door to Asia Pacific region due to its impressive collaboration of innovative technologies, a vast assortment of 5-star amenities, spectacular Thai-style services, stunning interior decorations, and exceptional exterior architectural designs that are second to none.
The hotel is comprising of 1,360 guestrooms and suites. Let’s start with 820 rooms of the spacious 32 square meters Deluxe Rooms, 206 rooms of the 32 square meters Deluxe Parkview Rooms, which come with jaw-dropping floor-to-ceiling windows, 233 rooms of the M Club Room, 88 rooms of the 66 to 72 square meters M Suite that features separate living rooms completely from bedrooms, 4 rooms of the Family Suite, and the one and only room of 750 square meters Sky Suite .
Other than an impressive number of guestrooms and suite, each room is thoughtfully designed to showcase an innovative functionality and contemporary style of the West and fabulous culture of the East.
The overall design is infused with traditional Thai accents all over the hotel. It features many Thai inspired design elements such as the Thai traditional pattern of façade in the front of the hotel, local cotton and silk uniforms, Kinaree (Thai angels) prints on area rugs, wall murals and interior decors including the extravagant wood pillars in the lobby area. All of these design elements naturally lead to a perfect mishmash of design styles where old meets new.
The Grand Marquis Suite, provides a spacious 128 square meters to wander around in, is the star of the show, an entrance to Asia Pacific. There are 8 suites of this room type. This signature room features a separate living room, a large comfortable sofa lounger, a great size pantry, a closet and dressing area with marble flooring, and a luxurious bathroom with shower and a separate bathtub that comes with mesmerizing panoramic city view. Each of these 8 suites carries different traditional fabric patterns, colors and meanings for decorations such as the patterns of HM Queen Sirikit’s Thai national and the European wardrobe.
Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park offers a variety of dining concepts and bars from Thai, Chinese to Japanese. If you are a fan of Thai dishes, Siam Tea Room serves a selection of authentic Thai culinary treats. The restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor areas for an unforgettable dining experience. Its ingredients are sourced from local markets. You can enjoy a taste of Bangkok through the taste of local food, which is on a display and can be purchased to enjoy at home, such as chili paste, sun-dried local fruits, Northern Thai teas