Langham Hospitality Group has announced an agreement with Canapaya Development Co. Ltd to manage a luxury hotel by the banks of Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. Only 10 minutes from Sathorn CBD, the hotel is surrounded by majestic views of the river and city. The Langham, Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is expected to open in 2021.
“We are delighted to introduce the Langham Hotels and Resorts brand to Bangkok as we have been waiting for the perfect location in this major capital to add to our portfolio,” says Simon Manning, chief sales and marketing officer of Langham Hospitality Group. “To be right on the banks of the famed Chao Phraya River with its ancient temples, the magnificent Grand Palace and Wat Phra Keaw is a hotelier’s dream. Coupled with our award-wining standards and The Langham’s key signature experiences, I am confident The Langham, Bangkok at Chao Phraya River will be an inspiring destination for our guests.”
Led by Bangkok based firms, P & T Architecture, PIA Interior Designs and Belt Collins for landscaping, The Langham, Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is poised to be the leading luxury hotel in the city. Each of the 207 rooms and 43 suites is equipped with The Langham signature Blissful bed and separate bathrooms with rain showers and bathtubs in an urban resort style. Half of the deluxe rooms will have balconies with a 180-degree-view of the Chao Phraya River while the other half will have the view of both the river and the city. Guests that prefer a more luxurious stay and added space may choose to stay at the one-, two- or three-bedroom suites that range from 80 to 205 square metres. Guests may also opt for suites with separate kitchens which allow cooking and private entertaining.
Positioned to be the social centre of Bangkok’s community and preferred venue to host major events, weddings, high-level conferences and launches in the city, The Langham will have one of the largest luxury ballroom in the city at 1500 square metres with a spectacular frontage and vista over the Chao Phraya River. The Langham will also be the first luxury hotel to have its own fully operational private pier to provide transportation to guests.
To host Bangkok’s most high-profile weddings, The Langham will have its own bridal chapel and a bridal suite. There is also an outdoor terrace overlooking the Chao Phraya River for al fresco events.
Bangkok ranks high on the culinary map and The Langham will also live up to the city’s epicurean reputation by offering some of the finest dining experiences in the city. Headlining the dining experiences will be T’ang Court, offering fine Cantonese cuisine following its three-Michelin-starred namesake in Hong Kong. Chinese cuisine is one of the key signatures of Langham Hospitality Group and the group’s Chinese restaurants in hotels in Hong Kong and Shanghai have all achieved the coveted Michelin awards.
The lobby lounge, Palm Court, will serve Afternoon Tea, a mid-day indulgence served at The Langham, London since 1865. The tradition continues at all Langham Hotels and Resorts globally and will be a highlight at Palm Court at The Langham, Bangkok. There will an all-day dining restaurant serving international cuisine, al fresco dining at the pool bar and grill restaurant, and a specialty restaurant located at the promenade with a view of the pier.
Chuan Spa will also make its debut in Bangkok at The Langham. The award-winning spa and wellness brand will focus on holistic treatments through integrating the principles of traditional Chinese medicine using the five elemental forces of wood, fire, earth, metal and water to relax and invigorate the body, mind and soul. A 50-metre Olympic-sized outdoor pool overlooking the Chao Phraya River will also be a key feature in the spa and wellness part of the hotel.
Located beside the Canapaya Plaza, The Langham, Bangkok at Chao Phraya River has easy access to the multi-level themed retail plaza offering riverfront shopping, dining experiences and entertainment.
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