Bangkok, Thailand: a hotel with a view

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Bangkok: a superior suite at the Royal Meridien Plaza Athénée (a luxury Meridien). I’ve read the Meridien group wants to become « Chic, Culture, Discovery », choosing the old director of Palais de Tokyo (the famous contemporary art museum in Paris), Jerome Sanz as a curator. Not really my kind of hotels. But I’ve appreciated the space that so often misses in many hype hotels. Yes, a real superior suite with nice big volumes and a 180 degrees view. Near luxury malls streamer and the new metro to avoid the huge stress of endless traffic jams. The swimming pool with a garden at the 10th floor: precious break in a so polluted town. The discret service. And the marble spacious bathroom. THE snag: the extremely boring decoration, with an awful beige colour in the suite. And the very impersonal common places (hall…). What a pity!  

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One response to “Bangkok, Thailand: a hotel with a view

  1. Avec la crise, ces palaces seront sans doute un peu plus abordables, je rêve de séjourner dans un comme celui ci. A Bangkok ou ailleurs….

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