A luxurious five-star luxury hotel in Bangkok, the award-winning Swissotel Nai Lert Park with designs by internationally renowned architect Calvin Tsao, offers a retreat in Thailand’s bustling capital with gourmet restaurants, lush eight-acre tropical gardens and a beautiful free form pool. A few minutes’ walk from the Skytrain station and all main shopping malls, with easy access to business districts and Bangkok’s famous nightlife, the hotel is the perfect choice for both business and leisure.
Swissotel Nai Lert Park is a low-rise, resort-style building set within an enormous garden estate; the understated, graceful interiors are complemented by the picturesque richness of these luxurious gardens. Stunning design displays a richness and variety which gives the property its uniqueness, interiors feature a stimulating variety of classical and cutting-edge contemporary décor, firmly rooted in modern Thai colours and forms. All 336 elegant guest rooms feature private balconies overlooking the pool and gardens, while the Swiss Executive Club and exclusive suites serve the demands of the most discerning business and leisure travellers.
Enjoy delicious dishes from around the world as well as local specialities in an elegant or casual ambiance; an outdoor dining terrace is a luxurious spot for a stylish evening and a sumptuous breakfast buffet offers a wide range of choices to energise your day. Two bars offer a trendy place to relax over drinks after a busy day.
Located in the lush gardens of the hotel, the Amrita Fitness & Health Centre is an exclusive resort club, with personal trainers, a free-form outdoor swimming pool, spa & fitness centre, indoor squash courts and outdoor competition-standard tennis courts with floodlights for night games. 10 meeting and conference rooms host all sizes of events, and a grand ballroom is a luxurious venue for deluxe occasions for up to 800 people.
Business and leisure travellers will find comfort in the hotel exclusive facilities combined with the quality, efficiency and reliability that is synonymous with Swiss hospitality.