Villa de Pranakorn opens in Bangkok
Unicorn Hospitality has announced that Villa de Pranakorn, its elegant new luxury boutique hotel in Bangkok’s historic Sam Yot district, is open for bookings as of now.
Found in Bangkok’s ‘Old Town’, Villa de Pranakorn combines urban style and luxury amenities with Thailand’s rich heritage, culture and cuisine. The 47-key hotel provides the perfect base to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and discover Bangkok’s heritage, including landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Yaowarat, the city’s vibrant Chinatown.
Hotel GM, Erik Lannge, said: “It gives us great pleasure to welcome guests to Villa de Pranakorn, our beautiful new boutique retreat in the historic heart of Bangkok. This luxurious urban oasis allows travellers to unwind with deluxe accommodation and amenities, amid an enchanting ambience that reflects the grace of old Siam. Guests can taste exquisite local cuisine, enjoy a traditional Thai massage, plunge into our inviting pool, or head out and discover this enticing area of the city. We invite curious explorers to discover Bangkok’s past, present and future at Villa de Pranakorn,”
Villa de Pranakorn features a choice of accommodation for every occasion, from solo-friendly Superior Rooms to couple-focused Premium and Grand Deluxe Rooms, all the way up to the luxurious Mahachai and Pranakorn Suites. Every room is equipped with contemporary amenities and adorned with a modern yet understated design and images of old Bangkok. Comfortable beds, rain showers and complimentary Wi-Fi ensure that guests can stay well-rested, refreshed and fully connected throughout their stay, and some rooms even offer standalone or circular bathtubs.
The launch of Villa de Pranakorn follows the recent opening of Sam Yot MRT subway station, a brand new light rail station located just a short walk from the hotel, which puts the entire city within easy reach. The lively streets of Silom and Sukhumvit are only a few stops away on the Blue Line, and Bangkok’s main railway station, Hua Lamphong, can be reached in just two stops. Further down the line, Chatuchak Park station allows shoppers to alight at one of Asia’s biggest markets.