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|Indulge in the
Metropolitan way of life: fresh, style, energetic.
The Metropolitan Bangkok, is the Thai capital's newest hotspot for those at the centre of the action. A cool and contemporary east-west aesthetic with modern Oriental accents is combined with award-winning cuisine, a holistic spa and Bangkok's chicest lounge bar. However, the Metropolitan, Bangkok, is also a place for the most demanding traveler who seeks not just style, but accurate service. Here, at this calming haven within the urban hubbub, experience COMO's belief in detail -and our meaningful promise of perfect respite from a busy day.
|The hotel's 171 rooms, share a cosseting, contemporary
style by Kathryn Kng, a Singapore-based interior design practice.
The simple, ample volumes are flooded with light, manipulated by lighting architects, Isometric, London.
Natural materials include Makha wood from Thailand, combined with oxidized brass paneling.
Paintings are also featured, by Natee Utarit, an up-and-coming artist at the cutting edge of Asia's art scene. Utarit's images, hung throughout the hotel, give depth to the otherwise clean-lined spaces
|:: City Room ::
26-39 m2 / 280-420 ft2
A queen-sized bed is flanked by a simple but large L-shaped teak wood bench in these comfortable, airy rooms that reflect the Metropolitan's clean-lined, contemporary style. The large bathroom has a combined shower bathtub.
:: Metropolitan Room ::
51-54 m2 / 549-581 ft2
Oversized beds are flanked by a generous teak wood bench in these, the largest deluxe king or twin-bedded rooms in Bangkok. A Ming-style chair from natural teak and rattan is a unique feature of the Metropolitan Room. The large bathrooms are decorated with off-white limestone and mosaic tiles, each featuring a separate shower and bathtub.
|Eat & Drink
Nutritious, seductive, completely satisfying - the Metropolitan's cuisine is a Bangkok essential
With a Michelin star for his Thai restaurant in London, Australian chef David Thompson is a worldclass talent when it comes to the finest nunces of this explosive, flavourful cuisine. At nahm Bangkok (opening in July 2010), diners can expect proper Thai food done really well in warmly contemporary environs.
The dishes are like the food eaten at home-relaxed, generous and authentic, combining juice and spice, sweet and sour. Menus showcase some of the best market-fresh produce in the world, all carefully put together by Thompson and his experienced team.
For breakfast and healthy all-day dining, Glow serves COMO Shambhala's signature wellness cuisine while the Met Bar features modern Asian dishes in club-like environs, every plate that emerges from our kitchens overseen by another talented Australian, Executive Chef Chris Miller.
David Thompson, famed for Michelin-starred nahm restaurant at The Halkin hotel in London, will be opening his first restaurant in Bangkok this Summer. Serving authentic Thai food, this major new address for the capital will be popular with both hotel guests and Bangkok residents.
However, many new dishes will make their appearance such as:
The restaurant opens for dinner only from 07.00 pm. - 10.00 pm.
For light, healthful dining, the Metropolitan Bangkok offers a trailblazing address for the Thai capital. Glow, located adjacent to our COMO Shambhala Urban Escape, offers a menu based on our COMO Shambhala wellness cuisine.
Menus feature delicious meals, energizing juices and blends rich in living enzymes, vitamins and minerals. This healthful slant is in line with the COMO Shambhala menus available at all COMO properties.
Glow is also ideal for an any-hour meeting. Breakfast is served daily from 6am to 11am, with all-day dining available from 11.00 am to 9.00 pm.
Bangkok's Met Bar, reserved for hotel guests and members only, provides an intimate, exclusive place to party late into the night.
From 4pm to 9pm, the Met Bar serves delectable Thai fare to a high-flying crowd. At night, it morphs into a sultry, lounge-style members bar with deep-club chairs and wine-dark walls.
Bar staff create innovative cocktails while headline DJs spin eclectic lounge sounds from around the world. All this is enjoyed under moody lighting and amidst the company of like-minded sybarites
Dining: 04.00 pm. - 09.00 pm.
Meetings at the Met -- The Metropolitan's fully inclusive meeting package, offers the best value in town and sets the scene for stress-free meetings in a stylish environment. The 'Meet at The Met' package available now until end of the year, include the following :
-- A sanctuary where mind, body and spirit are nurtured holistically.
The Metropolitan, Bangkok, understands its guests are on high-octane
schedules. To counteract the pressure, we have opened a COMO Shambhala
Urban Escape at the hotel - our largest city retreat yet - dedicated
to your continued wellbeing. In addition to a gym, we have steam rooms,
a hydro pool, 20m outdoor lap pool and yoga studio, with 10 treatment
areas where guests can indulge in Asian-inspired, holistic therapies
originally developed at our sister resort, COMO Shambhala Estate at
Begawan Giri in Bali.
Treatments include reflexology and Thai massage, all delivered by experienced, specialized practitioners. In addition, we can arrange for private instruction in yoga, or personal trainers.
-- Creative, intelligent staff are quick to solve, fast to
assist. The Metropolitan, Bangkok, is one of the few design hotels that
knows the value of image but doesn't compromise on service. Which is
why we are fast becoming the number one choice among the music, media
and fashion industries. Our staff, dressed in Yohji Yamamoto liveries,
are energetic, savvy and cosmopolitan. The Guest Services team will
also give you the insider track on what's happening in Bangkok, where
the best restaurants are, shows and gallery openings.
|The COMO Concierge -- The COMO Concierge represents our commitment to a guest's experience of Bangkok, a specific, up-to-the-minute service recommending things to see and do in and around the capital.|
|A landmark address for Bangkok's
most happening hotel.
The location of the Metropolitan, Bangkok, allows guests to experience the best of both worlds - the energy of this lively metropolis, and serene escapism within the hotel's calming confines.
It is positioned at one remove from Bangkok's traffic yet steps from the city's buzzing nightlife, tucked away on South Sathorn Road in the city's Central Business District. This is minutes from Bangkok's main shopping areas and a 40-minute drive to the International Airport.
We can arrange airport transfers, car hire, private drivers for the duration of your stay, onward air or train travel. Please contact the hotel if we can help ease the way.