SO Sofitel Bangkok
Elegant, urban design hotel
- 238 rooms and suites
- Rooftop restaurant and bar
- Infinity pool
- Fitness centre
- Cruise down the river in a long-tail boat
- See the Temple of Dawn, the iconic Grand Palace, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha
- Visit Skredhaugen open-air museum
- Stroll down Sampeng Lane to discover Little India
- Check out Bangkok Art & Cultural Centre
- Spend some time in verdant Bangkok Lumpini Park and indulge in a range of outdoor activities
- Go shopping at one of the many malls close by
- Try street food
The product of an innovative collaboration between an award-winning architect and five of Thailand’s leading designers, the Sofitel So Bangkok is a hotel that embodies the epitome of design and modern luxury.
238 rooms and suites come in a variety of sizes and four unique room design themes; Water, Earth, Wood and Metal. Each theme features a different lay-out and decor, styled by world renowned fashion designer Monsieur Christian Lacroix. Depending upon their location within the hotel, rooms offer views of Bangkok city, Chao Praya River or Lumpini Park and come equipped with the latest technology – think electronic curtains and Apple Mac Mini multimedia entertainment.
When it’s time to dine, you’ll be spoilt for choice with three restaurants, a rooftop restaurant and bar, a lounge and a ‘Chocolab’ dedicated to tailor-made confectionary, while the 32-meter infinity pool on the 10th floor will give you the impression of swimming in mid-air, high above the bustling city streets.
Step outside the comfort of this luxury hotel, and you’ll find yourself brilliantly placed to discover all of Bangkok’s main attractions such as temples, shopping malls, museums, parks, restaurants and street food.
Sofitel So Bangkok has received enormous praise for its recent efforts in food waste reduction. Through a partnership with LightBlue Environmental Consulting and the implementation of innovative strategies, Sofitel So Bangkok has been able to greatly cut down on overall food consumption. This along with other ongoing sustainable initiatives has led the hotel to be granted the Green Hotel Award 2015 (Gold Level) from the Department of Environmental Quality Promotion.