- Type: Luxury Hotel
- Summary: Contemporary and stylish hotel in a quiet location
- Feature: Acclaimed Thai restaurant led by award-winnning chef
- Rooms: 169 rooms and suites
- Location: Bangkok, Thailand
- Nearest airport: Bangkok Airport
Location and transfer
Approximately 40 minutes by private car from Bangkok Airport.
Conveniently located in the stylish district of Sathorn, between the Chao Phraya River and the exclusive area of Sukhumvit, COMO Metropolitan Bangkok is a luxurious urban escape in Thailand's vibrant and eclectic capital, just minutes from the city's famous sights on the sleek Skytrain. Visit the numerous, enchanting temples; immerse yourself in the bustling, friendly markets; taste the inimitable freshness and authenticity of aromatic Thai street food; or dance the night away in Patpong, renowned for its world-class nightlife.
Spa & Wellness
With an emphasis on wellbeing and relaxation, COMO Metropolitan Bangkok boasts the tranquil COMO Shambhala Urban Retreat Spa - featuring ten treatment rooms, steam rooms, a hydropool, a fully-equipped gym and a sleek outdoor pool. Pick from a sumptuous selection of Asian-inspired therapies - including deep tissue massages, holistic techniques, rejuvenating body scrubs, revitalising baths and hydrating facials. For utter detoxification and wellness, try a Complete Day Cleanse, including a two-hour body treatment, a therapeutic cleansing juice and a light healthy meal. Alternatively, there is a daily schedule of complimentary Tai Chi, yoga and Pilates.
Culture & History
A city steeped in a fascinating history and boasting a multi-faceted culture, Bangkok demands to be explored. Embark upon a boat ride of discovery down the River of Kings as you head towards the magnificently ornate and intricately designed Grand Palace, a formal royal residence that is now a symbol of Thailand. Be mesmerised by the striking Wat Phra Kaew, the temple at the spiritual core of Thai Buddhism, composed of over one-hundred buildings that represent centuries of royal history and architectural experimentation. For a taste of true Thai culture, lose yourself in the enchanting stalls of the Chatuchak Weekend Market.