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Conrad Bangkok

By Chris Boyle

Presidential Suite

Master Bedroom / Presidential Suite

Key selling points: Located on floor 32, this immense retreat boasts a full kitchen, dining room, tricked-out media room, and sizable work station, plus a spacious spa-style bath with his and her showers, steam shower, and Jacuzzi.

Standout service: A bellman noticed that a guest had left belongings in the backseat of a taxi, but couldn’t catch the driver’s eye as he raced away, so he hopped on a motorcycle and chased the driver down to retrieve the items.

Style: Contemporary Asian, by Wilson & Associates, 2013

Special amenities: Custom Serenity bed; pillow menu; Herman Miller office chair; iPod docking station; Sony Play- Station; Bang & Olufsen home theater; private check-in and checkout; choice of Shanghai Tang, Tara Smith, or Aromatherapy Associates bath amenities; executive lounge access

Master Bath / Presidential Suite

Square footage: 2,561

Number of bedrooms in suite: One

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Number of bathrooms: One and one half-bath

Number of rooms and suites in hotel: 391, including 20 suites

Who’s slept here?: Hillary Clinton, Ricky Martin, Colin Farrell, Oliver Stone, Nelson Mandela

Nightly rate: From $2,086

Location: 87 Wireless Road, Phatumwan

General Manager Herald Feurstein

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www.conradbangkok.com

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