The sister establishment to London’s celebrity-laden Metropolitan, COMO Metropolitan Bangkok is a chic, minimalist alternative to the hotels that saturate the city. With carefully curated local artwork, design-centric interiors, virtually noiseless and crowd-less amenities, and a peaceful location away from Bangkok’s neon-flowing streets, stays here feel perfectly indulgent.
COMO Metropolitan Bangkok boasts 144 contemporary rooms and 27 suites, all of which reflect a light-filled restraint expertly designed by Singapore architect Kathryn Kng. Open floor plans only further showcase the clean and crisp palettes of neutrals accented by warm Thai Makha wood and oxidized brass panels.
Both the East and the West come to life through considerately sourced Asian antiques and exquisite furniture by artist Natee Utarit, as well as the mosaic and limestone bathrooms and Thai silk curtains lining the floor-to-ceiling windows. The select Terrace Rooms are especially refreshing with their landscaped private patios and outdoor showers, while the four two-story Penthouse Suites on the 11th floor feature Helen Yardley rugs, Patricia Urquilo sofas, and 24-hour butler service. The crown jewel, however, is the COMO Suite, a two-bedroom apartment with a fully equipped kitchen and dining room—perfect for entertaining the crème de la crème of guests.
Experiences at COMO Metropolitan Bangkok are custom-ordered. Whether it is a guided street market excursion, arranging unique restaurant reservations, or booking holistic treatments at the spa, guests are sure to have every whim satisfied. Those looking for a retreat from the bustling city can visit the sleek sanctuary of the COMO Shambhala Urban Escape where hydro pools, steam facilities, and daily complimentary Tai Chi, yoga, and pilates classes await.
Foodies will delight at the hotel’s premier dining establishment, nahm, where Michelin-starred chef David Thompson presents innovative twists on authentic Thai cuisine at what has been hailed as one of Asia’s best and most celebrity-frequented dining establishments. Feeling exploratory? COMO Metropolitan Bangkok is situated beyond the tourist heavy neighborhoods but remains a mere minutes from all of Bangkok’s lively restaurants, shopping, bars, and landmarks. Don’t feel like leaving the hotel? The chic and sultry Met Bar is open until the wee hours of the morning for cocktails and DJ-led sounds, and there is always all-day room service to gratify any craving, no matter the hour.Request Information