One of Bangkok’s largest and most elegant properties, The Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel, is centrally positioned in the heart of downtown Sukhumvit.
The hotel boasts more than 1250 luxurious guest rooms over 37 stories and is home to a shopping arcade, four restaurants, cafe’s, bars and tour operator outlets.
Staying at The Imperial, you get the sense you’re being treated like royalty. This isn’t uncommon when visiting Bangkok. The Thai hospitality industry understands the importance of quality service and the role it plays in making guests feel welcome, comfortable, relaxed and eager to return... long after they’ve made their departure.
From Sukhumvit, the entire city is easily accessible via the Skytrain, subway or by tuk-tuk and taxi. The Imperial Queen’s Park is a short 5-minute walk from the nearest public transport stations and the well-travelled Sukhumvit Road.
Upon entering the guest rooms you’ll notice the cleanliness and attention to detail that has been delivered by the hotel’s assiduous staff. Accommodations available include; deluxe rooms, premier rooms, deluxe suites, premier suites, family suites, imperial suites, a presidential suite, a royal suite and the grand penthouse.
Thailand is a humid and warm destination, year-round, so don’t forget to pack your swimming trunks and take advantage of the two pools, located on the fourth and ninth floors of the hotel. If it’s an intense workout you’re after, look no further than the fitness gymnasium and its famed tone zone.
The Queen’s Park Imperial boasts one of the best meetings facilities, offering MICE organisers access to the grand ballroom, rainbow room, sakura room, panorama rooms and the terrace. Ideal for small corporate events or large-scale functions, the hotel is able to provide a full range of options and packages to meet every need.
When it comes time to let your hair down and relax, you’ve got plenty of choices. Soothe your aching muscles at the hotel’s exotic Thai spa, Imperial Massage. Professional and properly trained staff are on-hand to assist in your general wellbeing. If you’re keen for a wild night on the town, be sure to start your evening off right with a chilled cocktail at Sundowner’s Bar on the Lobby level.
When travelling throughout Thailand it can be difficult to pinpoint a great hotel in an equally fantastic area. This particular instance is inspiring, as the uniqueness of Sukhumvit is paired with the individuality of The Imperial Hotel, creating the perfect place to rest your head, party hard and definitively enjoy your visit to the wonderful city of Bangkok.
Monday, 23 July 2012
The Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel | Bangkok
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T