"A contemporary Bangkok luxury design hotel, Metropolitan by COMO combines passionate service with award winning dining options."
This luxury Bangkok hotel puts careful emphasis on providing perfectly curated experiences of the city. These range from orchestrating a customised street market trip, designing a programme of treatments at COMO Shambhala Urban Retreat, arranging restaurant reservations or securing guides to the city’s up-to-the-minute fashion stores.
All 169 rooms and suites offer the cool, light-filled spaces typical of COMO Hotels and Resorts, while the 25m outdoor pool, yoga studio and spa secure the COMO's enduring appeal among design-focused travellers seeking a place of calm amidst the urban buzz. Nahm at Metropolitan Bangkok has been voted number one in Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2014.
As a luxury Bangkok hotel, Metropolitan by COMO combines sleek, urban style with a contemporary Asian aesthetic. Interiors by Singaporean designer Kathryn Kng combine influences from East and West, creating an air of calm and relaxation in each of the 169 generously-sized rooms. Warm Thai Makha wood and oxidised-brass panelling is lit up by the natural light that floods each space. Unique artwork by painter Natee Utarit lends individuality to every space, while COMO Shambhala amenities feature large in each mosaic-tile and limestone bathroom.
The Metropolitan Bangkok understands its guests are on high octane schedules. COMO Shambhala Urban Escape is designed to improve guests complete wellbeing with state of the art facilities, therapists and Asian inspired treatments
- Steam room
- Hydro pool
- Outdoor lap pool
- Yoga studio
The exquisite dining options on offer at the Metropolitan include an award-winning Thai restaurant and the Shambhala-inspired Glow eatery for the health-conscious. Wherever possible, locally sourced organic ingredients are used, so no need to feel guilty.
Bangkok has a tropical monsoon climate and the highest average temperature of any city in the world. Temperatures in Bangkok regularly peak above 30°C throughout the year. The period between November and February is the driest period in Bangkok; September is the wettest month on average. The humidity levels also remain high during this period. The climate in Bangkok is at its hottest from March to August. If you visit between May and October expect short spells of rainy weather, with frequent afternoon showers, monsoons and spells of thunder at times.
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"From gleaming temples to traditional floating markets, there are plenty of fascinating attractions to visit in bold Bangkok."
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- Sunday - closed
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