The Hotel: Mode Sathorn Hotel
Mode Sathorn Hotel Bangkok 201 fashion-inspired rooms and suites in six categories provide sophisticated executive and leisure accommodation. Modern amenities include a spa, infinity-edge pool with bar, 38th-floor rooftop bar, an all-day dining restaurant. Plus spacious, stylish, well-equipped meetings and events choices. All in the commercial heart of Bangkok, steps from Surasak skytrain station, with excellent access to tourist attractions, entertainments, business offices, and airports.
Hearty gastronomic delights can be enjoyed at Mode Sathorn’s many eateries including The Sathorn, an all-day dining facility serving international breakfast, bistro-style BLD – all-day dining of European fare, and The Roof @ 38 Bar which, apart from refreshments, boasts selections of Mexican, Moroccan, French, and Asian dishes alongside panoramic views of the city from a height.
Serene stays can be completed by falling into the pampering embrace of spa treatments at Borisud Pure Spa where dedicated therapists aim to knead worries away and restore balance to one’s mind and body.
Wander the city streets to explore nearby attractions such as the Asiatique the Riverfront, the Chinese temple of Jael Aeung Beal, and Healthland Spa & Massage, or hop on the train at BTS Surasak station to discover more splendid sites.
Deluxe Mode Room
- Bed size/type: King bed and a twin bed or two Queen beds,
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Two people
- Apartment features power shower, bathtub, digital weight scales, coffee and tea making amenities and air conditioning
Groupon’s Guide To Bangkok
Thailand is one the most visited countries in Asia and is renowned for its culture, sandy beaches, culinary delicacies and tourist attractions. The country’s capital, Bangkok, is one of South-East Asia’s enigmatic cities where modernity blends with century-old traditions.
The city is split into 50 districts, while the Rattanakosin Island, the historic centre, awaits visitors with local attractions such as the Grand Palace, boasting asymmetrical and eclectic architecture, or the City Pillar Shrine, displaying mural paintings on its walls. In downtown Bangkok, tourists can make the most of high-end restaurants and vivid nightlife, while local attractions such as the Thai Pharmacy Museum, Kamthieng House and the temples of Phetchaburi await the history-minded travellers. Bangkok features a tropical climate, characterized by two seasons, wet and dry. The rainy season lasts between May and September and temperatures during this season reach the high 20’s. The best period to visit this city is, however, the period between October and February, when temperatures range between 25°C and 28°C and the occasional rainfall and smooth breezes break from the heat. The dry seasons lasts between November and February, while in March, temperatures go as high as the mid 30’s and rainfall picks up.