High above the bustling streets of Bangkok, this boutique hotel tower is the ultimate luxury getaway. 137 Pillars Suites Bangkok is a 135 meter (443 feet) tall skyscraper designed by the iconic Palmer & Turner architects famous for their hallmark buildings in Hong Kong. This boutique hotel occupies the uppermost floors of this exclusive tower in the famous Sukhumvit district, popular among tourists.
The four different suites are named after significant royal periods of Thai history. The Sukhothai Kingdom was the first Thai kingdom, and then the Ayutthaya Kingdom took over under the name of Siam (present-day Thailand). The Thonburi Kingdom was short-lived and preceded the Rattanakosin Kingdom, the last royal period of Siam and the name for the most luxurious suite in the hotel. Whichever you'll book, they are all exceptionally spacious. The smallest suite Sukhothai is 70 sqm (753 sqft), and it comes with a marble bathroom with the hotel's signature circular bathtub overlooking Bangkok's rooftops. The bed's 400-thread-count Egyptian bed linen is a guarantee for a good night's sleep, and the balcony with a daybed and a rocking chair is the best spot to read your favorite book.
For fine dining, try one of the culinary adventures in one of the in-house bars and restaurants, or call your personal (!) butler 24/7. The pinnacle of 137 Pillars Suites is the rooftop infinity pool elegantly floating above the amazing Bangkok skyline. It's one of those rare attributes of a hotel that makes you want to book instantly. Sipping a cocktail in the cabana lounge at the infinity sky pool is an experience you will not forget.