January 1, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Tower Club at lebua in Bangkok, Thailand
Tower Club at lebua rises high above the colorful chaos and sensory overload of downtown Bangkok – it’s the city’s second-tallest building – and offers world-class accommodations in an unbeatable location. Sample delectable street-cart fare and immerse in local markets, then retreat to your sleek, minimalist suite 50 stories into the sky. The Tower Club’s centralized address right on the SkyTrain means Bangkok’s cultural attractions are all close by, but stay close come nightfall: There’s nowhere more glamorous to sip a martini than the SkyBar, called the “most stunning rooftop bar you’ll ever see” by The New York Times.
Start the day with fresh croissants baked by The Tower Club’s French pastry chef. Take a riverboat from Sathorn Pier to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Grand Palace, a collection of colorful, gold-spired temples that date from 1782. Return to the hotel for afternoon tea or a glass of champagne and fresh strawberries on ice with crème Chantilly. Dive into a Mediterranean tasting menu at Sirocco as the lights of Bangkok cut through the dusk.
Location of Tower Club at lebua
Nearest Airport: BKK
Amenities for Tower Club at lebua
- General Information
- 221 Suites
- Private Dining
- 3 Restaurants
- 24-Hour Room Service
- 3 Bars
- On-Site Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- Outdoor Spa Treatments
- In-Room Amenities
- DVD Players
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Business Center/Services
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Tower Club at lebua
Had a 2 night stay at Lebua State Tower in the Tower Club and had an awful experience which I think people should know about. On our last morning we got up and got our money out of the safe to have a quick count up before going for breakfast and checking out. My husband put the money back into the safe but unfortunately forgot to lock it stupid I know. We went for breakfast and while we were gone the cleaners came and made up our room. We noticed a note had been left advising us we had left safe unlocked to contact reception which we did. After getting back into safe counted our money again and noticed some was missing we therefore advised management who was very helpful at all. They said they would look into it and get back to us which they did and said they had no evidence to back our story. We werenâ€™t happy with the decision and asked to have it reported to police which they didnâ€™t want to do but after persistents we did and got a police report. On leaving the hotel management said they would email the next day after they had discussed the matter with their senior management but we have still heard nothing. We know it is our own fault for leaving safe unlocked but really didnâ€™t expect this from a 5* hotel. Really unhappy with the management as well for how they treated this complaint.
Stayed in the Tower Club at Lebua for 5 nights, between 24th and 29th November 2017. When we arrived at around 2.00pm, we were told that our room was not ready, and were asked to wait in the Tower Club Lounge. When we had been waiting for almost an hour and a half, I complained, and suddenly our suite was ready. We were given a very nice corner suite with 2 balconies - one from the bedroom and one from the lounge area. It was suite number 5529. The lobby area and reception were not what we were expecting. It is very old- fashioned and very dark and the Reception desk is quite small and quite dated. Everything seemed to be painted dark brown. The Tower Club Lounge was like this too - everything dark brown. I had expected Lebua to be more modern. However, our suite was really lovely - a small kitchen area, a dining room area, a lounge area, a spacious bedroom and a nice marble bathroom with a walk in shower and bath. The suite was very comfortable and very well appointed. It had almost everything provided for us, with the exception of a full-length mirror - there are no mirrors in the bedroom or bathroom, and we had to go into the hall for a full-length mirror there. The balconies gave us an amazing view of the city of Bangkok. We were able to use the Tower Club Lounge for complimentary food and drinks, up until 6pm each evening - that was a really nice touch. We also thought that the breakfast buffet was really excellent with breakfast foods from all over the world. We did spend an awful lot of time waiting in the hallways for the lift to arrive! Because it is such a tall hotel, the lifts took a long time. We did not have dinner in the hotel, preferring to eat out, but we did visit the Sky Bar on the 64th floor for cocktails. We tried to go there one day around 5pm to take some photos and were told as we tried to get out of the lift on the 64th floor, that the Sky Bar did not open until 6pm, so we therefore could not go there. Another evening, we went around 6.30pm (before the queues of people built up), and we did get in. On leaving the lift, we were asked if we wanted to drink champagne or wine. When we said no, we were directed down a flight of stairs outside the Dome, into the Sky Bar area. It was pretty busy with other guests and our 2 cocktails (which were good but fairly small) cost around Â£40. It was worth the money, as I thought that the whole experience was amazing and the views are stunning. You really do feel that you are in the sky. Would we stay at Lebua again? Perhaps. It is certainly in a good location, and the suites are very nice.
Janice-and-Ali - Scotland
It was unforgettable exprience. I visited the lebua with my old mom and did not expect much. Because that Big hotel could be unkind and just big.. But ! It was not! They were really kind, at the first meeting, chek in. The hotell worker individualy came and explain and show the room with kind explain. And we were stuned with the view and size of the room. They give us upgrade suit room with million doller worth Balcony View. The room was clean and tidy, and very quite. Breakfast was good enough and swiming pool was also wonderful. You go out you can meet everything you want by walk. I truely recommand everyone this wonderful Big hotel the Lebua~~
joonchily - Seoul, South Korea
My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights at the start of our Thailand adventure. Well wow, what a way to start our holiday! The hotel is clean spacious and in a pretty good location to get around the city. We had a suite overlooking the river and city in the tower club located on the 54th floor. The suite was massive - easily the biggest â€˜roomâ€™ weâ€™ve personally stayed in. The bed was humongous I mean you could literally have 4 people in it! The bathroom was also very big with a massive shower, bath etc. Thereâ€™s even a phone next to the toilet - I donâ€™t know why but this seems to be a feature of hotels in Thailand! Plenty of storage for clothes, a safe for valuables, a small kitchen area (not sure why, youâ€™re in Thailand the city of food with literally thousands of places to eat!!) and a seating area with a table too. TV, WiFi usual amenities. The balcony is also a definite highlight of this hotel itâ€™s bigger than many others Iâ€™ve seen, plus the view! Breakfast was great with a big selection on offer. As a tower club member you can also get a light lunch at the tower club. Didnâ€™t eat here at night though. The hotel is located in a slightly odd place or so it seems if youâ€™ve never been to Bangkok. Itâ€™s a great hotel but itâ€™s not unlike other western cities in Bangkok awesome hotels can be in less â€˜opulentâ€™ surroundings if you catch my drift! Itâ€™s about an hour/ 400baht taxi ride from the airport. If I had a few minor criticisms itâ€™s that the lifts can be a bit slow. Itâ€™s worst in the evening as they seem to be shuttling loads of people up to the sky bar who go there for a single drink, see the view and then leave. Thatâ€™s the other minor criticism, it would be nice if there was a bar available just for those people at the hotel. The sky bar just seems to be a cash cow and is crammed which ruins the vibe a bit. Maybe there should be one for the general public and another for the patrons already paying to stay at the hotel? Still I would definitely stay here again in a heartbeat.
TarquinKrikery - Norwich
We stayed here on our last night in Thailand and it was definitely worth the extra for the Tower Club. We flew into Bangkok Mueang airport, outside there were people trying to get us into a taxi, once we had showed them were we were staying the price was somewhat inflated. We used the Grab app and paid less than 400 baht, the taxi company wanted 900! (We used the Grab app loads whilst in Thailand, it was very convenient).When we arrived our room wasnâ€™t ready yet so we were told we could have lunch in the club lounge, which was delicious -free food and alcohol! My partner had to change into trousers so men, make sure you pack some if you want to enjoy the lounge. Our room was amazing, we had the river view which was lovely! We went to the pool for a bit, after the luxury of the room the pool wasnâ€™t up to much, compared to other hotels we stayed in in Bangkok. We went up to the Sky Bar, well aware of the prices but it was very crowded with non-hotel guests taking selfies so we had a quick look around and left to go back to our room. We had a great view from our room so we popped to 7/11 and had our own drinks on the balcony. The stay in all was fabulous, it was so luxurious, breakfast was also amazing, so much choice!
lemon1103 - Leicestershire, United Kingdom