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Bangkok, Thailand, December 2016 - 137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts newest edition; 137 Pillars Suites & Residences Bangkok is scheduled to open on 15 February 2017.  The property is located on Sukhumvit Soi 39, a short distance from the upscale and fashionable shopping district of Emquartier/Emporium.  

137 Pillars Suites & Residences Bangkok will showcase 34 exquisitely appointed suites and 179 private residences.  The architects for the property are Palmer and Turner from Bangkok, with Interiors by P49 Design and Landscape by Wabi Sabi Studio.  Interiors will showcase a warm palette of rich tones with exquisite white and grey marble bathrooms and expansive use of mirrors and glass.

137 Pillars Suites
The hotel suites will be located from the 24th to 32nd floor with four categories of one and two bedrooms ranging from 70-127 square meters. Features will include private dining tables, private butler service, maxi bars with wine cellars, user friendly mood lighting, high ceilings, large walk-in wardrobes and stunning marble en-suite bathrooms with chic circular baths complete with built in TV.  The sleep experience will be of the highest standard and the spacious balconies will be the ultimate chill zone, complete with the traditional 137 Pillars House signature rocking chair and an oversized day-bed for two, with superb view of the Bangkok skyline. 137 Pillars Suites will be a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH).  
Introductory rates for Suites start from Baht 18,500 (USD 514) per night for two people and include fast track immigration service at the airport, private round trip airport transfers, 24-hour butler service, all-day daily breakfast, available from 6.30am-10.30pm, access to exclusive Leonowens Club, use of the hotel’s private London Cab to Emquartier shopping complex and complimentary Wi-Fi.   Rates are subject to applicable service charge and government taxes.  Book now and stay between 15 February and 30 April; visit

137 Pillars Residences
The residential charm of 137 Pillars Residences will combine world class facilities with spacious, well-designed and elegantly furnished studios as well as one and two bedroom residences.  The 179 residences will offer four configurations ranging from 40-91 square meters, all with spacious private balconies.

Introductory rates for Residences start from Baht 4,500 (USD 125) per night for two people and include daily breakfast and complimentary Wi-Fi.   Rates are subject to applicable service charge and government taxes.  Additional advantages and promotions are available for early bookings; visit  for more information.

137 Pillars Suites & Residences will feature the 137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts signature Leonowens Club, the Jack Bain's Bar and Cigar Divan, and the exquisite Nimitr specialty restaurant featuring Thai favourites with a molecular twist as well Western delicacies created by our Group Executive Chef and Culinary Artist, Peter Marx from Sweden. The Bangkok Trading Post Restaurant on Soi Sukhumvit 39 will be an all-day dining bistro and deli appealing to local residents and guests and will serve Western and Asian favorites as well as freshly baked breads, connoisseur coffee and specialty beverages, to go or dine-in.

A range of creatively designed retail products will be available at the Bangkok Trading Post. Both restaurants have been designed and created by Bangkok’s chic design couple Sophie Beghin and Faun Israrena na Ayudhya of Santhaya Associates.

Additional features will include the Sky Bar and rooftop infinity edged pool on the 32nd floor. Jack Bain's Bar and Cigar Divan will be situated on the 28th floor above the specialty restaurant Nimitr on the 27th floor with a beautiful 6-meter ceiling with panoramic views to the City of Angels. (Jack Bain was the owner of the original teak homestead in Chiang Mai which dates back to the late 1800s and after which 137 Pillars House is named.)  A spa and wellness center with a separate yoga and meditation sala will offer activities including aerial flow yoga, tai chi, reiki and dance. The 27th floor will also have our feature late check out and early check in pods and separate shower facilities in the event suites are fully booked.

Guests can arrive in ultimate style at the Bangkok BTS Skytrain and MRT underground trains, as well as to the upmarket Emquartier/Emporium shopping complex in the hotel’s classy customized complimentary London Cab.  Limousines will also have complimentary Wi-Fi connection.

Others services include 137 signature dining and picnics by design, a personal shopping service and guide, privately curated and customized tours, tennis and golf practice putting and chipping with personal trainers for both on request, kids’ corner and meeting space.

For more information and reservation enquiries, please contact 137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts

Tel:            +66 (0) 2079 7137
Instagram:    137pillarshotels
Twitter:        @137Pillarshotel        

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