November 12, 2017 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 crčme 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
Stayed one night on route to koh samui, hotel was everything I was expecting. Huge room, huge bed, amazing river views! The staff are exemplary and so professional. The sky bar was amazing however I had to go alone because even though we were guests in the hotel my elderly parents were not dressed appropriately (t-shirts, sandals) only to find twenty something year olds with baseball caps and trainers on were up there. Regardless the views and cocktails are great and worth the London cocktail price tag... Iâ€™d go again but for longer next time so I could use the pool and gym for longer....
Decided to go there for my birthday. They found out and when we got back from dinner was a cake waiting for me in our room. The customer service could not have been any better. Very nice and clean room. Very comfortable bed. We will def be going back.
Issues at check in, property is work out and oldâ€¦.in need of updating. Food was just ok, pool was way too small to service such a large hotel population. Roof bar was nice but way overpriced. Will not return, so many better options in Bangkok with better access and locations. Nothing impressed me with this hotel at allâ€¦
mapwhe - San Francisco, California
Exceptional service from when you step foot at the entrance. You don't need to look around as you have someone at your beck and call 24/7! The rooms are beautiful, comfortable and the linen and bed is just perfect. Location was great as I found a tuk tuk was no more than 8 min away to the main shopping Siam square. I loved whole overall service given throughout and the gym facilities and pool and and and the list goes on. I didn't have any dislikes. I would no doubt recommend this experience to anyone visiting.
Liesl V - Benalla, Australia
Stayed here for one day/night on the 56th Floor. We stayed in a suite which had a separate seating area and kitchenette giving it an apartment like feel. The view from our balcony and from the top of the building definitely had the wow factor. During our stay we were given access to a lounge area where canapes and drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are served throughout the day. There were 3 set "courses" with the food changing at each time. It was a nice little touch, although there was a dress code which was strongly enforced. Breakfast was extensively diverse with a range of fresh food stations and a large variety of international cuisine. In terms of food choice you are spoiled. During our stay we had some drinks at the bars at the top of the building, there are 3 difference ones in total and of course the prices are more on par with London's bars. Having said that there was a good variety of really interesting cocktails to try and they were made very well. The main outdoor bar of course attracted a large amount of visitors given that they wanted to see where parts of the hangover were filmed and take pictures. The staff would try and herd you along in this area in order to avoid overcrowding which was a bit of a mood kill when you would be relaxing and enjoying the views. I also couldn't understand why you weren't allowed to take pictures of the views beyond the outdoor dining area but could take photographs of other areas. I would agree with some of the reviews regarding the condition of the property, whilst our room and the bar areas were well maintained, other areas in the hotel could use some TLC. The pool was smaller than I would have anticipated from a property of this size and was quite boxed in, meaning that it did not have the greatest view, had it been set higher up it would have retained more of a wow factor. The carpet in the hallways has also seen better days. Whilst these are small issues, I feel as if this property is being presented as an elite 5* high end establishment. There are various policies and procedures being implemented to that effect (such as dress codes and a large number of staff herding you around the property in different spaces) and so for anyone paying the full price to stay here, they would be expecting absolute perfection and I do not think this hotel would meet their expectations. The location of the hotel was also an issue in that there is only one local train station which is far from the other metro routes and inevitably you would need taxi's and tuk tuks to get you to and from the hotel if looking for the easiest route. The hotel is far from the other neighourhoods in Bangkok and so it is an effort to get out and about. Whilst this was ok for us for one day, I could see it being problematic if staying for a longer period of time and wanting to explore the whole of the city. Given the hotel's reputation, when trying to get transportation back to it, everyone charged extortionate amounts based on the fact that you're staying in an affluent area and in a high end hotel, that did get a bit frustrating, but I guess is not uncommon in Bangkok. From my perspective, overall I was happy with my stay given that I found a good deal via booking.com and stayed for a limited duration. If I had been staying longer and looking to explore Bangkok with more ease, then I would probably have picked a different area to stay in.
SKD-London1 - London, United Kingdom