Apartment hotel provider, Oaks Hotels & Resorts, has launched Oaks Bangkok Sathorn, the company’s first property in Thailand and the first in its planned expansion into Asia.
Oaks Bangkok Sathorn is located in the heart of the city’s business and entertainment districts, in a central twin tower precinct offering travellers the option of short and longer stays in fully serviced, spacious, self-contained apartments. Perfect for both leisure and business stays, guests can easily access many of the attractions on offer in this vibrant city.
Oaks Hotels & Resorts has launched Oaks Bangkok Sathorn, the company’s first property in Thailand.
The 115 apartments are generously proportioned with separate bedrooms, a living area and kitchen in a choice of studio, one, two or three bedroom configurations, ranging from 39 square metres up to 185 square metres. Balconies open to city and river views offering an urban sanctuary above the bustling city to retreat to and relax in at the end of a busy day.
Guests at Oaks Bangkok Sathorn can work out in the gym, enjoy a swim in one of Bangkok’s longest hotel pools, indulge in a spa treatment at Senses Spa, or for the very energetic, play a game of tennis on the onsite court. Dining includes the innovative 100° East all-day dining restaurant and gourmet pizzeria
Business guests will be equally impressed with an array of services on offer for conference and meeting requests. Ideally positioned in a key central city location close to financial precincts, longer-term corporate travellers will also enjoy the convenience and affordability Oaks Bangkok Sathorn offers.
Oaks Bangkok Sathorn is located next door to and shares some facilities with Anantara Bangkok Sathorn, one of Minor Hotel Group’s (owner of Oaks) properties in the Thai capital.
Oaks Hotels & Resorts founder, Brett Pointon said, “Oaks Hotels & Resorts presence in Asia represents a significant milestone in our company evolution and with Minor Hotel Group forging this expansion, expect to see more Oaks Hotels & Resorts in leading Australian and Asian Pacific locations in the very near future.”