Courtyard by Marriott Bangkok has emerged from an extensive renovation of its contemporary rooms and suites, public areas, and meeting and event venues.
All 314 rooms and two suites at Courtyard by Marriott Bangkok have been refreshed under the “Touch of Nature” theme, which will help business travellers to move forward and feel more relaxed during their stay.
With bright, earthy tones and natural design elements such as trees, leaves, and stones, the newly refurbished rooms will exude a sense of deep tranquility. Guests will be able to get a great night’s sleep with comfortable king or twin beds, feel fully refreshed with invigorating rain showers and tea & coffee making facilities, and stay connected with high-speed Wi-Fi, large LED TVs, international power outlets, and USB ports.
The hotel’s public areas have also been uplifted with a new interior concept that embraces the theme of “Lai Dao” or “guiding stars”. These auspicious emblems are now prominently featured throughout the lobby and shared spaces, creating a profound connection between the hotel and local culture. These stars also adorn the uniforms of the hotel’s passionate associates, representing the guiding lights who deliver the best possible service and lead our Trailblazers to greater success.
Courtyard by Marriott Bangkok has also unveiled Erawan Sky, an all-new multi-purpose venue that will empower the hotel to stage exceptional meetings or small exclusive events. This innovative, versatile, daylight-filled space commands 180-degree panoramic views. Ideal for an array of events with up to 50 people, from intimate private dinners, and engagement ceremonies to small-scale business meetings, corporate receptions, and even hybrid conferences, Erawan Sky is equipped with a private bar, lounge area, a huge 98-inch LED TV, and a cutting-edge sound system.
A total of five Erawan meeting rooms (including Erawan Sky and four other spaces located on the M Floor) have also been fully refurbished including state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems.
Courtyard by Marriott Bangkok continues to enhanceits guest journeys in the future, including the transition of the menu at MoMo Café, the signature restaurant, to a more casual and inviting café-style dining experience.
“We are delighted to reveal the results of our successful transformation. This important project has not only raised the standard of our facilities and experiences; it has done so in a way that is natural, sustainable, and inspiring,” says general manager Joshua Lee. “Our modern design evolution puts people first and aims to enhance the well-being of our guests and associates alike.”
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