The Sukhothai Bangkok Thailand Completes First Phase of Renovation

 

The Skuhothai in Bangkok Thailand
has completed the first phase of its renovations by revealing the 40 renovated superior
rooms, With the remaining 60 rooms to be complete by July 2010.

 

Internationally Renowned interior
designer & mastermind of this project Edward Tuttle said
“Keeping the classical image of The
Sukhothai was a major concern when remodeling the existing bedrooms. Subtle
touches such as the new teak wood floor throughout the bedroom and bathroom,
give the entire space another level of unity and luxury.”

 

The rooms have been given a new
softness thanks to the use of subtle but rich chenille canvas wall fabrics by
Jim Thompson, which balance the exotic teak wood, pradou cabinetry and
signature detailing that has always defined the architectural and interior
style of The Sukhothai.

 

Amenities have been
upgraded to include integrated bars and new flat screen televisions discreetly
installed behind grey mirrors to blend seamlessly with the room when switched
off. In the bathroom, guests will find compartmental shower and toilet areas remodeled
in classic Sukhothai black granite and mirrored cabinets to create a depth of
space.

 

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