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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 crŤme 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
Great hotel, 5 star service all the way. We chose the Tower Club package and were upgraded to a 2 bedroom suite when we checked in. The suite was amazing with incredible views onto the city of Bangkok and also fabulous river views too. The suite comes with 4 separate balconies, huge lounge area, a kitchen with no utensils and empty cupboards which was a bit strange. The rooms were spotless too. Breakfast at Mozo was fantastic, so much choice and caters for everyone. We used the gym every morning which looks onto the outdoor swimming pool. The club lounge was great after an afternoon in the hot weather of Bangkok. Lots of choice for lunch and afternoon canapes. The lounge is a bit tired now and dark in places. There are 3 choices of cocktails, it would be nice if the cocktails changed on a daily basis. The staff are fantastic at this hotel, they really make you feel special. If I was in Bangkok again I would consider staying here again. Thank you Lebua for making our stay memorable.
Michael G - Harrogate, United Kingdom
On our 2nd visit we decided to try the Tower club and it was another great experience. The Tower club is on a higher floor level so gets better views although from memory the rooms (which are great) was the same size and layout. It allowed me use of the executive business area to sort out my check in for the flight home which was a great advantage. As for the lounge the food was very nice and again as it is across the hotel great service. It was a bit busy when we went in but the views and food were very nice. Not even tailored shorts are allowed but i did see people in trainers which seems odd. The only negative if i was being really picky is that with he Tower bit of the hotel you use the same lifts as the tourists going to the Sky Bar. You are given priority and therefore do not have to wait in line to go up but you do have a lot of people with you and if you are going out later the lifts are busy all night. All in all a very positive stay and I would have no concerns in recommending.
DorsetLarry - Tiverton, United Kingdom
We stayed here three nights and barely left the hotel. Really enjoyed sunsets and amazing views over the city and the river from our beautiful balcony. The room itself is very big, but boring and old. Gym and pool are ok, nothing to write home about. But the breakfast was probably the best I've had anywhere. I could stay here again just to eat the breakfast. We also really enjoyed the drinks and canapes at the lounge, although the service was sometimes slow. We will be back!
Anna P - Melbourne, Australia
We have stayed at the Tower Club at Lebua on a couple of occasions now, just for one night at a time. Have always chosen it simply for a couple of set reasons: 1) Balcony Views from Room - Stunning on every side of the hotel. On a clear day you can see for miles. It is a great feeling lying in bed on an evening or morning with the doors/curtains open looking out over this crazy, huge metropolis. 2) Great Value - normally tower club rooms can be picked up for a really (by UK standards) reasonable rate - bearing in mind the size of the rooms, the amenities offered all day at the Tower Club (in Breeze restaurant) until 6pm. Free flowing drinks, and canap√©s/snacks. Plus the photo opportunities out on the breeze restaurant balcony. It is a rather strange building with a strange history however and can actually be a bit eerie - from the derelict floors visible from some rooms, to the near abandoned shopping mall downstairs. One can see that the development has had a troubled past - see it's sister tower the Sathorn Unique for more of an insight....! Breakfast is a very large and comprehensive affair, however it can get noisy and chaotic at times, and tables near the pool are hard to get. The swimming pool is certainly not even close to one of the best in Bangkok - with it having no view whatsoever and being shaded for 90% of the day by the tower itself. It can feel claustrophobic and a bit dull. Again, ramshackle un-occupied sections of the building can be seen from here, taking away any luxury feel. Drinks prices around the pool are therefore incomprehensibly expensive considering! The gym and changing facilities are pretty good, and the staff within them very friendly. The hotel normally allows guests to use these facilities after checking out for people with late night flights, transfers etc. which is a big bonus. They will also therefore store bags in the same manner, with the front desk and bell staff being very friendly and helpful. On site dining is all very expensive by Bangkok standards, even by international capital city standards, however most restaurants/bars in the building are all about that amazing view. By all accounts the cuisine is also very good. The biggest bug-bear however comes at night time where the building becomes awash with tourists coming to visit the rooftop skybar, partly owing to it's appearance in the Hangover 2 movie. This is where as a guest, you feel a bit put out having long waits for elevators, and being crammed in with often very drunk, rude characters, a lot of which visit the bar and don't seem to even make a drink purchase. Perhaps this could benefit with a minimum spend and pre-booking for people not staying at the hotel. The atmosphere on the roof was akin to Koh San road on one visit, probably featuring many of the same people, slightly smarter dressed for their one off photo opportunity. I feel this really needs to be addressed if this hotel wants to go for a luxury market and pricing to match - or sell out and become a run-down tourist attraction. I for one would not have been happy dropping ¬£300 upwards on dinner that evening with the language, demeanour and drunkenness going on around me. Needless to say we had one drink (¬£20 each) then went back to the room and had drinks on our balcony! All in all it is worth a visit, but do not expect high end luxury, however do expect high end price tags for food and drinks throughout. Would I stay again? Probably, but I wouldn't bother with the Sky Bar or Sirocco until they address what is becoming an off-putting problem that could be easily addressed.
Richard K - Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Club-room at lebua is wonderful. Great view, and a Nice lounge where you can eat and drink. The skybar is really overprised, but a Nice experience. And the breakfast is really good, so much to choose among. Locatioan is ok, 10 minutes walk to the skytrain.
Tho70 - Oslo, Norway