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Bangkok Marriott Resort and Spa

Bangkok Marriott Resort and Spa is a haven of tranquility in the centre of the City of Angels.

As you enter the hotel you are greeted by a torrent of water cascading from the upper lobby to a lily pond. Polished hardwood floors, flower arrangements, lots of natural light and the clever use of tropical plants and flowers give the impression of a traditional Thai house: warm, cozy and friendly where the welcome is genuine.

The polished hardwood floors are followed through into the guest rooms and a further Thai accent is provided by the muted tones of the furniture and furnishings. Bathrooms are big, light and airy with walls and floor of cool beige stone. The facilities are exemplary too, large screen TV, broadband Internet access and of course tea and coffee facilities and a well-stocked mini-bar.

Marriott Resort Royal Suite Luxury

For real luxury then the Royal Suite is a must. It boasts a master bedroom, a twin bedroom, living room fully equipped with the latest in entertainment gadgets. Add to this a boardroom big enough for 12 people along with a separate kitchen and dining area makes and the Royal Suite an outstanding living space.

Bangkok Marriott Resort Junior and Executive Suites

If the Royal Suite is occupied the Junior and Executive Suites are just as luxurious if on a smaller scale but includes the use that most coveted of hotel luxuries the Club Lounge. The Club Lounge has all the facilities you would expect like complimentary breakfast until 10.30, complimentary afternoon tea until 4 pm and cocktails from 6 to 8 pm.

Eating at the Bangkok Marriott Resort and Spa

Al fresco eating is always a special experience and at Bangkok Marriott Resort, relax overlooking the Chao Phraya River and dine out while being cooled by the waft of a gentle zephyr. Right on the banks of the River of Kings the 11-acre garden offers a tree-shaded retreat from the frustrations of the world.

The Riverside Terrace Restaurant

An extensive choice of seafood is available. The Riverside Terrace’s chefs will create the meal at the tableside. As befits a four star restaurant there is a selection of seafood from fresh prawns, oysters, mussels, BBQ sea food, sushi, sashimi, Teppanyaki or Mongolian wok as well as Thai, Indian and Western favourites the choice is wide ranging and interestingly international.

Market Restaurant’s Asian Touch

The Market Restaurant prides itself on its contemporary Asian décor, the restaurant is flooded with natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the River of Kings and its glass-ceilinged atrium gives the feeling of being in a cool tropical garden.

World Famous Trader Vic’s Bar and Restaurant

Trader Vic’s is the Marriott’s signature bar and restaurant again located overlooking the river and affording sweeping views of Bangkok and of the river’s bridges and the bustling waterway traffic. As the light of day gives way to the velvety darkness of nighttime the city lights reflecting off the river are ideal for contemplating a perfect day and planning the next day’s activities.

Trader Vic’s heart lies with its traditional Chinese wood-fired oven which because the fire is outside the oven preserves the flavours of the meat, their cooking juices are retained in the food adding to their flavours.

A Chocolate Lover’s Heaven

Who can resist chocolate? And at Chocolate Haven at the Numero Uno chocoholics will be in seventh heaven. Chocolate has ancient antecedents and the Aztecs and Mayan civilisations of Central and South America prized the drink as an aphrodisiac.

Trader Vic’s does wonders with chocolate, from milkiest white to the bitterest of dark chocolate the chef creates culinary miracles from a rich Tarte au Chocolat to the splendidly alcoholic Cherry Chocolate Cake to a wondrous Cacao Barry chocolate fondue with fresh strawberries, marshmallows and exotic Thai fruits is pure indulgence.

Of course drinks are also available from hot chocolate to iced frappes and chocolate based alcoholic cocktails. The kids are not forgotten either with a plentiful supply of animal-shaped lollipops, waffles and shakes.

Be you a tourist, second honeymooner, on a business trip or just out for fun with the family you really can’t do any better than Bangkok’s own in-city resort at the Marriott Resort and Spa.