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The Okura Prestige Bangkok

By Chris Boyle

Imperial Suite

Master Bedroom / Imperial Suite

Key selling points: Guests of this suite enjoy dramatic 180-degree views of downtown Bangkok from the spacious living area. There’s also a dining area with a fully fitted kitchen for private in-suite dining. A spa sanctuary of a master bathroom comes complete with a steam room and sauna.

Standout service: When a guest lost his wallet, staff helped him to file a report with the police and cancel his credit cards, and arranged for the police report to be translated from Thai to English.

Style: Contemporary, silvery elegance, by PIA Interior, 2008

Special amenities: 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens, 52-inch Panasonic flat-screen Internet TVs in the bedroom and living room, Bulgari bath amenities, high-tech TOTO lavatory

Living Room / Imperial Suite

Square footage: 3,250

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: 240, including 18 suites

Who’s slept here?: Top CEOs, architects to the stars

Nightly rate: From $4,900

Location: Park Ventures Ecoplex, 57, Wireless Road

General Manager Samir Wildemann esq.

66-2-687-9000

www.okurabangkok.com

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