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??81 Wireless Road, Lumpini,Pathumwan
Bangkok 10330
Nightly Rates: (USD$5,000.00 - USD$6,800.00)
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At the Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road hotel, our stylish guest rooms offer stunning views of downtown Bangkok, and combine vintage details and modern materials to share our neighborhoods contrasting story of technology and tradition. Our team seeks to aid your pursuit of sanuk, the search for the pleasures of life. Our neighborhood cafe, Metro at Wireless, brings the best of local Thai cuisine, complemented with a range of international options. Located in the center of Bangkoks Sukhmvit, we are walking distance to Lumphini Park, restaurants, shopping and local markets. Our infinity-edge swimming pool on the 24th floor offers a stunning view of the city.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  Thai Baht
Number of floors:  26
Number of rooms:  192
Number of suites:  1
Time zone:  GMT


Metro at Wireless: Our neighbourhood caf where the East meets the West in perfect sense; Metro offers the best of Thai food and great Western comfort food, bringing you a range of mouth watering dishes in a great atmosphere. Chef Jimmy and his team have gone in search for
CHAR Restaurant: Located on the 25th floor of Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road, CHAR Restaurant offers incredible dishes from our contemporary grill. Enjoy exquisite cuts and taste the juicy tenderness of premium meats in a refined, relaxing atmosphere.
22 Steps Craft House: 21 steps above the lobby and one step into the bar bring you into our 22 Steps Craft House. No matter if you want to unwind after a busy day or if you are continuing the day with business colleagues or friends, this is the right place. You can watch the w
CHAR Rooftop Bar: Zoom up to the 26th floor and unwind with a timeless vintage cocktail under the stars at CHAR Rooftop Bar. Crafted by our gifted bartenders, every drink awakens the senses. Enjoy the vibrant social scene and breathtaking views of the Bangkok skyline.


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Room Info:

king deluxe nonsmoking: null
king chaiyapruek executive nonsmoking: null
king tonson city view nonsmoking: null
king superior nonsmoking: null
king tonson garden view nonsmoking: null
superior room nonsmoking: null
2 beds deluxe 2 person nonsmoking: null
royal ratchapruek suite nonsmoking: null

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