The much-anticipated 285-key Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is set to open its doors this October. Situated within the newly developed Sindhorn Village in the upscale Langsuan neighbourhood and just steps away from the verdant Lumphini Park, the hotel is poised to redefine luxury hospitality in the most visited city in the world.
Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is nestled in the ‘green corridor’ of Bangkok and is the extension of the largest green space in the city – Lumphini Park. The design of the building seamlessly blends in with the eclectic tropical garden and its serene pathways surrounding the hotel. Every detail is devised to provide utmost comfort, from the soaring lobby basking in natural daylight to the spacious soundproof rooms and dedicated wellness programmes, all in anticipating the needs and wants of modern travellers.
“We are bringing a new perspective to luxury lifestyle travelling. I am particularly excited to introduce to our guests the wellness concept at the hotel, whereby we take wellbeing to the next level,” says Edward E Snoeks, general manager of Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok and The Residences at Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. “Our vision from the start was to create a forward-looking and mindful guest journey with a refined approach to design, innovative guest experiences and impeccable service.”
Leading global wellness expert, Resense, has meticulously crafted 4,000 sq m to empower guests to achieve optimum wellbeing. The integrated spa, wellness and fitness approach ensures personalised care and tangible results where guests are at the centre of the experience. “Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok guests can jumpstart their busy day with a spinning class in our virtual studio; or balance themselves with Tai Chi in the lush gardens. The hotel will deliver a distinctive and desired wellness experience,” says Kasha Shillington, CEO of Resense.
Inspired by the leading wellbeing destinations of the world, the spa is complete with 26 treatment rooms, including private suites, and offers a bespoke collection of treatments and advanced therapies focused upon detoxification, rejuvenation and prevention. “We all seek to live longer, look younger and feel fitter. Our range of advanced treatments and specifically selected technologies will empower our international and local guests to achieve their goals,” says Emma Darby, COO of Resense.
The detoxification programme offers everything from Dermalux facials and Pressotherapy to a detoxification circuit and an authentic Moroccan hammam. The unique thermal journey is extensive including bio and salt saunas, a cold chamber, aroma steamroom, Rasul mud room and a tepidarium lounge where guests can relax as they look over Bangkok. Adjacent to the spa is the hotel’s 25-metre saltwater infinity pool with the Bangkok skyline as a backdrop.
Fitness enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice with Asia’s first hotel boutique fitness facilities. Spread over two floors are dedicated workout studios, such as the live and virtual cycle studio featuring world-leading Les Mills classes; a HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) studio offering the latest CrossFit and virtual workout system; exercise studios for a wide range of yoga and high intensity classes; and a beautiful Pilates studio with the latest equipment from Balance Body. Resense’s highly trained experts are on hand and ready to guide all guests to achieve their optimum performance, whether they be athletes, exercise enthusiasts or simply interested in trying something new.
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