Sneak Peek: St. Regis Bangkok

On April 1, the St. Regis will introduce a series of firsts to its latest location in the heart of Bangkok.  In addition to being Thailand’s first St. Regis, the hotel will also debut its signature butler service and Elemis Spa. Spanning levels 12 through 24 of a 47-story building, the St. Regis Bangkok has 176 guest rooms, 51 suites, and 53 residences. Rates start at around $480 per room per night. For dining, the hotel offers Viu, which overlooks the 110-year-old Royal Bangkok Sports Club, home to a racetrack and an18-hole golf course. Other venues include Decanter, which has private rooms and exclusive tastings for wine enthusiasts; the Drawing Room, serving traditional Asian tea; and the Infinity pool bar. (+66.2. 207.7777, www.stregis.com)

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