Info : Lebua
Lebua is a five star, all-suite hotel at the top of Bangkoks State Tower. Located close to the river in the Silom District, it is one of the tallest buildings in Thailand. An ideal choice for business and leisure travellers, the hotel has198 suites, from one to three bedrooms, found on the towers upper floors.
Spacious and contemporary, the suites have modern amenities, kitchens and large lounge areas. For the competitive rates offered, you will not find larger or better appointed rooms in the city. Service is exceptional if somewhat formal, and the staff to guest ratio is impressive. The hotel has a large swimming pool and fitness centre.
The Dome, perched on the top of the building, houses some of the finest restaurants in Asia. Six fine-dining establishments are spread around the towers top two floors, all with amazing views. Distil is an exclusive lounge and oyster bar serving fine food and wine; Mezzaluna is an Italian fine dining restaurant with sleek finish and fine city views; Breeze is a sumptuous seafood fine dining restaurant, while Cafe Mozu offers fine international cuisine. Perhaps the most breathtaking is Sirocco the worlds highest al-fresco restaurant with unrivalled views of Bangkok. Serving exquisite Mediterranean food with live music, it is an experience not to be missed.
Lebuas location is great for exploring all aspects of Bangkok close to the river, the public transport network and in the heart of the main shopping and commercial districts.
Luxury - Luxury hotels would have a superb level of service, very comfortable and usually spacious bedrooms, excellent food, great design and character. For us, when we visited, these places all had the 'wow factor'. A luxury hotel should satisfy the criteria of the most discerning clients.
- 3+ Specialist Restaurants
- Butler Service
- DVD Player
- Fine Dining Restaurant
- Fresh Coffee Maker
- Meeting / Conference Facilities
- River Tours
- Spectacular Views
- Swimming Pool
Really enjoyed the food tour. It took us to a part of Bangkok that we would never have visited. We visited 5 restaurants, some of which you would probably dismiss out of hand and carry on walking past from their appearance. They were also very clued up on local knowledge so it was a much a cultural tour as food tour.