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The Okura Prestige BangkokA swanky, high-rise hotel in the heart...

















The Okura Prestige Bangkok

A swanky, high-rise hotel in the heart of Thailand’s absorbing capital city, The Okura Prestige Bangkok features grand interiors, lavish amenities, and sensational skyline views.

Bespoke touches, panoramic windows, and state-of-the-art technology complement the stylish contemporary decor of its rooms and suites, all drenched in soothing, natural colors.

Dining options include Japanese haute cuisine at award-winning Yamazato; French fare with a Japanese twist at stylish Elements; and a selection of Asian and western dishes along with refined cocktails and stunning vistas at Up & Above.

The luxurious spa offers amethyst infused massages, and the professionally equipped fitness center nearby comes with fabulous views of Bangkok’s skyline. Also here, perched on the 25th floor is the hotel’s most spectacular feature - a suspended 25-metre infinity-edge pool gazing across the horizon.

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