SALA RATTANAKOSIN BANGKOK has launched its latest boutique hotel in old Bangkok, with 17 guest rooms, most offering river views, including its luxurious Arun River Suite.
To mark the opening, SALA Rattanakosin Bangkok is offering a “one plus one” promotion from May 5 to May 31, and a 30% discount for bookings in June and July.
SALA Rattanakosin is located along the eastern bank of the Chao Phraya River, across from the famous Wat Po Temple, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the National Museum and a number of significant attractions, including the Grand Palace.
Brian Moodie, SALA’s chief operating officer, describes SALA Rattanakosin Bangkok as “a wonderful choice for visitors … as a central location to visit many of the Kingdom’s popular sites” as well as “a refreshing respite with stunning views”.
It has two restaurants – The River, which features local cuisine, and The Roof, a rooftop bar and terrace that overlooks the river.
Ayutthaya is a World Heritage Site, certified by UNESCO. As such, the whole city is protected. Ancient ruins like the royal palace and a handful of majectic temples are all that’s left – a time capsule back in ancient Siam – which you can experience at SALA Rattanakosin.,
- Wat Pho and Reclining Buddha (alicjamarciniak.wordpress.com)
- Bangkok’s Major Temples and the Grand Palace (travelingcoder.com)