In the heart of Bangkok, the new "Grande Centre Point Surawong" will open its doors on November 2023
On November 25, Grande Centre Point Surawong Bangkok opens its doors with a launch promotion that includes breakfast for two for 5,100 Baht and credit that is given in token coins.
By: LH Mall & Hotel
Located on Surawong Street's commercial district, has architecture by award-winner Palmer & Turner Architects. The 399 rooms and suites at Bangkok's Grande Centre Point Surawong are decorated in a contemporary Thai style. The brand-new property, built on the heritage site of the Surawong Street, is designed by the award-winning Palmer & Turner Architects. Grande Centre Point Surawong Bangkok has 399 modern Thai-inspired rooms and suites.
With a focus on cultural design, this hotel will have practical facilities including a multipurpose facilities level perfect for business travelers, families, or vacationers. Included in the same floor The state-of-the-
Grande Centre Point Surawong Bangkok will also embrace a philosophy of collaboration with local partners. Hua, the hotel's all-day dining Chinese, Hong Kong, and Yaowarat restaurant, is managed by Sifah, a well-known Thai restaurant chain. While for wellness, the award-winning Let's Relax Spa will be in charge to give guests the best trip and stay experiences.
Visit the Bangrak Grill rooftop restaurant, which serves popular American-style grilled foods, western specialties, and mocktails with a Bangkok flair, if you're seeking for a quiet setting to celebrate special occasions while admiring Bangkok's urban landscape. Visitors and locals alike can relax here any time of day or night.
Grande Centre Point Surawong is the perfect location for visitors who want to experience Bangkok's rich culture because it is situated in the historic Bangrak neighborhood. One of Bangkok's most important business areas, Silom Sathorn surawong feature a broad variety of impressive buildings and residences with architecture that fuses elements of traditional Thai architecture with those of European countries. The buildings in the Silom Sathorn Surawong area span from the novel era to the colonial era to the modern era and beyond. According to the hotel chain, "it is a place where Eastern and Western cultures coexist harmoniously."
The revitalization of the Chao Phraya River has brought renewed attention to the many cultural treasures that can be found in its riverside neighborhoods.
In recent years, more and more art galleries have opened up in the Chao Phraya and Charoenkrung district of Bangkok. The proliferation of art galleries is a direct result of the rising popularity of local and international artists. The River City is Asia's top art and antiques center, presenting national and international exhibitions as well as a digital art museum.
Imaginative hubs and public arts
The Art Zone. The Bangkok Creative District is booming and soon will be the city's epicenter for the city's artistic community. Through street art, the creative neighborhood has attracted a growing number of artists and forward-thinking businesses. Guests should get their exploration of the nearby Creative sector started with a stroll from our hotel.
Graffiti in the Ong Ang Canal area. Joining Rattanakosin and Chinatown, the Ong Ang Canal project included the work of some of Thailand's most famous street painters. New canal walls, a paved canal sidewalk, and solar-powered ferries are all part of the canal revitalization plan. Both sides of the canal are covered in murals depicting locals and events that give the area its unique flavor.
Say the name "Talat Noi." This is a typical Bangkok neighborhood, complete with narrow lanes, historic stores, and long-established locals who haven't changed much over the years. A charming community, currently in its heyday, may be found along the river, between Chinatown and Bang Rak.
Our visitors can enjoy both inside and outdoor shopping at riverside establishments. Sooksiam, a site that showcases the cultural legacy of each of the four main geographic regions of Thailand, capturing their arts, handicrafts, performing arts, and local wisdom, may be found within the glittering one-stop-shop ICONSIAM, which is a mini-world in itself. You can find quaint shops selling one-of-a-kind products around Charoenkrung road. Our visitors can take advantage of the free Tuk Tuk service between the hotel and the dock at ICONSIAM, as well as Charoenkrung Road and Yaowarat.
King Power Duty Free, located in the Mahanakorn Building, is a popular destination for tourists looking to save money without sacrificing quality.
Places to eat and drink that are currently popular
Silom, Sathorn, Bangrak and Charoenkrung are home to a wide variety of restaurants serving everything from haute cuisine to cheap street food. Guests can find hidden or secret pubs, restaurants, and trendy cafés offering inventive cocktails, unusual foods, live music, and more by crossing the rivers or taking a few steps walk.
Book now at grandecentrepointsurawong.com
Grande Centre Point Hotel is a quality Thai hotel managed by LH Mall & Hotel, a subsidiary of Thailand's top company Land & House, known for providing top-level customer satisfaction, as seen from the positive feedback from the Grande Centre Point Space Pattaya, launched in 2022.
Grande Centre Point Hotel Group now operates six properties, including Grande Centre Point Ploenchit, Grande Centre Point Ratchadamri, Grande Centre Point Terminal 21, Grande Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit 55, Grande Centre Point Pattaya and Grande Centre Point Space Pattaya. Additionally, hotels are being built in three of the best locations for the future.