kimpton maa lai bangkok: คุณกำลังดูกระทู้
A hotel is like having a large home
I remember years ago when I started my career in the airlines, our trainer imparted to us a quote which stays with me till today – a quote by Maya Angelou, “I’ve learnt that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” A quote so simple yet so true.
Being in the hospitality industry requires immense genuinity in service, interest, and momentum that will not only make the brand unforgettable but also one that guarantees patrons’ return. So glad to be chatting with Patrick Both, General Manager of Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok.
Patrick, you are a hospitality man through and through; having been in the hotel industry for more than two decades. Let’s start off by telling our readers about you.
The Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok, Thailand, is located in Langsuan and next to Lumpini Park; this is the first property from IHG’s luxury boutique brand, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants to launch in Southeast Asia. My role, apart from leading the team in the opening of the 362-room hotel including 131 residences, its five restaurants and bars, and Amaranth by HARNN spa, I am responsible for driving the hotel’s strategic and commercial growth, and creating Kimpton experiences throughout the property.
During my 25 years in hospitality, I have been extremely lucky to have worked in 11 countries so far, allowing me to be exposed to a range of cultures and working styles. It is this cultural immersion that really fuelled my passion for international hospitality. I held senior management positions across almost all hotel disciplines, from sales and finance through to room operations and food and beverage, before taking on hotel manager, and subsequently general manager positions.
My experience, before Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok, lies in the traditional luxury hospitality, which was why the chance to take on the opening of an international design-led, luxury boutique hotel was such an exciting one for me. It is a true privilege to deliver the Kimpton brand in its first hotel opening in Southeast Asia.
Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok is modern, edgy and the location is impeccable! Walk us through on all we need to know about the hotel.
Thank you for your compliment!
In 1981, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants was founded by Bill Kimpton in San Francisco. He pioneered the concept of unique, distinctive, design-forward hotels in the United States. The opening of Kimpton Da’An in Taipei last year was the brand’s debut in Asia and has since rapidly increased its global footprint.
The hotel took its name after Maa-lai, the traditional Thai floral garland symbolic of welcome, good health and respect to honour guests, families and loved ones. This art form has inspired many contemporary interpretations and resonates perfectly with Kimpton in Bangkok, as you’ve said it, age-old traditions take on a modern edge.
Kimpton spaces and experiences centre on its guests, offering inspiring design that evokes curiosity, to forward-thinking flavours that feed the soul. Every detail is thoughtfully curated and artfully delivered, so that guest experiences remain meaningful, unscripted and ridiculously personal.
Being next to the lush greenery of Lumpini Park and Langsuan, the hotel’s design narrative fuses storied Thai history with the urban intensity of the city. You’ll see the relentless tempo of life in the old capital mirrored through local artisanship and hand-woven Thai textiles and scenes of modern eclectic Bangkok resonating through raw concrete, oversized furnishings and metallic touches.
Once a residential area, Langsuan now crosses boundaries with luxury developments and the trendiest places at which to see and be seen are Michelin-starred eateries, shopping centres, The Velaa Project in Sindhorn Village. All this in central Bangkok and connected by the city’s incredible public transport system.
In our guestrooms, you’ll find smart room design balanced with playfulness where it matters. Bathrooms have oversized tubs, luxurious carefully designed robes, and closets are lined with bird-themed wall illustrations by the Bangkok-born artist Phannapast, and Amaranth by Harnn’s signature scent for the hotel will be part of the guest room amenities.
The brand is also renowned for its award-winning, seasonally inspired restaurants and bars globally. As a ramp up towards the hotel opening in October 2020, we’ve opened CRAFT in our lobby, featuring craft coffee and brews, and Bar.Yard, our re-imagination of a backyard barbecue on the rooftop. The other two restaurant and bar will be opening in the coming months – Ms. Jigger featuring narrative cocktails paired with authentic Italian cicchetti and small plates, and StockRoom, a grocerant featuring wholefood, local produce, farm-to-plate, and six ‘live’ kitchen.
The Studios – we don’t call them conference or meeting space, are purpose-built and modelled after photo studios and art galleries. Natural sunlight through floor-to-ceiling windows in every room. Innovative live cooking stations, bars and kitchens are woven throughout the space to expound on the ethos of culinary-led experiences for all events to be hosted. We offer the hotel’s gardens as an urban retreat for social events such as bijou wedding, solemnisation, and cocktail events as well.
Patrick, in your opinion, what separates a good hotel from an exceptional one?
Our industry is all about people. The people working in the hotel definitely make the difference between good and, to quote you, exceptional. Saying this, a good product is of course necessary.
With Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok, we have an incredible team hired for their personality and attitudes. Part of providing opportunities for the team lies in the hotel’s training programmes, to support everyone in succeeding in their roles. However, the people and who they are, their stories, their ethos – this is what we look for.
No two employees are the same and all of them have a great capacity for person-to-person interactions and an ability to cognitively connect with people. Kimpton’s employees, empowered to provide heartfelt service and experiences, have built a highly regarded workplace culture driven by strong workplace values. The brand has appeared on FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list for 11 years now.
A hotel’s programming further enhances the difference. From our playful and sophisticated design to our award-winning restaurants and bars, Kimpton is known for creating immersive guest experiences such as Kimpton Off The Record which is a live music series featuring local emerging artistes, industry’s leading pet-friendly attitude and an approachable luxury experience fuelled by my team, championing heartfelt hospitality. .
I would also like to think that hotels that are respectful to the areas in which they operate are also making the step change, for us it’s Bangkok. From the decor to ingredients and food trends reflective of our city, and nation. You will experience it through our robust food and beverage programmes or our social responsibility practices including policies that regulate how we recycle, and you will not find single-use plastics in the hotel. Bangkok is our city, it’s important we treat her well.
If you can name me one aspect of running a hotel you enjoy most, what is it and why?
Running a hotel is extremely fulfilling. It’s like having a large home; a house with 362-bedrooms and a rooftop barbeque, and managing the day-to-day! For me, being involved in the daily facets of operating something that I call my own, is what I enjoy most. As a General Manager, you are heavily involved across all hotel functions, including the commercial strategy, finance, engineering, food and beverage, sports and wellness, corporate social responsibility, as well as the design and guest experiences. Not one day looks like the previous one and unexpected things happen all the time. It is highly satisfying; I never call it a job, just an exciting lifestyle choice.
How long does it take to plan a hotel marketing programme – from idea to fruition?
This depends on what you are marketing. Our collaboration with Wonderfruit in 2019 took six months of preparation while hotel pre-opening would have been at least a year in planning. A quick win or news-jacking will take anytime between one week and a month.
Marketing plan gets picked up, fleshed out, sometimes thrown out. While overarching strategies do not change, tactics do. It is a rolling document that changes with new opportunities and ideas. As my director of Sales & Marketing, Shane Jameson likes to say, one idea, one rhyme leads to another and another, and before you know it, the song is finished and there’s a remix in the making.
Activating the Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok pop up at Wonderfruit was part of introducing the brand in the market. Offering a taste of our food and beverage programming at Bar.Yard, and brand signatures such as Morning Kickstart and the Evening Social Hour, were all part of our hotel launch ramp up.
Running a hotel is always seen as something glamourous – but of course we know that there is more to it than meets the eye. In your own words Patrick, how hard is it, really?
I look at running a hotel as a lifestyle more than a job. Long hours and managing the day-to-day operations are part and parcel of my role. Passion should drive the individual, if it doesn’t, it’ll be a tough one.
I’m sure there are few factors contributing to creating loyalty in your guests. Talk to us about that Patrick.
Recognition is most important. If guests are recognised and their likes and preferences are recorded, it gives team members an opportunity to let our guests feel cared for, and to add ridiculously personal touches to their experience. The more you know about your guest, the easier it is to turn them into a loyal guest.
I am, just as everybody else, particular about certain things. If these are addressed, it gives me a feeling of belonging, and I know that I’m not simply a number, and most importantly, I will return. Creating loyal guests gives you the capacity to talk to a captive audience who don’t need to be reintroduced to your overall proposition, but rather communicated in a way that suits them about subjects relevant to them.
It is hard not to talk about something these days without touching on the COVID-19 situation which is still happening as we speak. Let’s talk about running a new hotel such as Kimpton Maa-Lai, during this global pandemic.
I think the most important thing is maintaining a happy team, who trusts me and shares my vision of what success looks like.
The hotel is actually not open yet! We are due to welcome our first guests in October 2020. At this point, we’ve only opened CRAFT, Bar.Yard and The Studios. We believe that people will always want to explore the world, relax or reconnect with friends and family, the wheels of business must turn, and events still need to be run.
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Any parting words?
Thank you for allowing me to share about Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok with your readers. To everyone in Thailand, join us at CRAFT and Bar.Yard if you are in the area!
For Marketing In Asia readers who are keen to check-out Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok once the borders are open again, where’s the best place to get your fabulous deals, Patrick?
The best deal would be on our website, kimptonmaalaibangkok.com. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram, for all the latest updates about the hotel.
IHG Hotels & Resorts is offering Book Now, Pay Later with up to 50% off room rates across our properties in Thailand when you book by 30 August 2020 for stays up to 31 March 2021. The offer extends the flexibility of having full cancellations up to one day before their stay with no deposit required.
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I am generally not a big fan of the IHG hotel chain because the elite loyalty benefits are weak relative to other chains such as Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton, and in Asia specifically, Accor as well. Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok opened back in October and I was curious to try it despite the uncompetitive elite benefits. Our stay turned out to be a very pleasant surprise and I am glad I gave this hotel a chance: service was excellent and dare I say, better than at the new Four Seasons Bangkok, and the room I ended up with was quite nice and bigger than what many other hotels call suites. The fact that I normally have a negative slant on IHG hotels and yet I am writing a glowing review of this property should be quite telling.
Kimpton is in a fairly convenient part of the city, in a new development shared with Sindhorn Kempinski, in fact both hotels have the same owner. It’s on a small street between Ratchadamri Road (Grand Hyatt, Waldorf Astoria, Anantara Siam, and St.Regis) and Wittayu Road (Athenee, Indigo, and Conrad) so a heavy area filled with 5-star hotels. Kimpton is about a 10-minute walk from the Chit Lom BTS sky train station.
From memory at the time I booked my reservation, I think the rate was the same for the entry level room (King Deluxe) and the 1-Bedroom Apartment so I chose the latter. I am a bit confused because now when I look at future room rates on the website, the 1-bdr apt no longer seems to be listed. I got upgraded as Platinum Ambassador to the Grand Premium room; because of my confusion about my original room type I cannot say for sure whether this was in fact a 1-category upgrade or a 2-category upgrade. The entry level room is 48 sqm which is already quite big for a standard room, and interestingly the second room type (Premium) is much bigger at 77 sqm yet cash rates are only marginally higher. The same can be said for the Grand Premium room which I got: 87 sqm but only a small extra over the standard room. So my upgrade was material space-wise, but not cash-wise.
Many other hotel chains are generous with suite upgrades and at Kimpton I did not get a suite: the Grand Premium room is one short of the junior suite (108 sqm). That said, this is only semantics: my room would be called a suite by almost every other hotel because the living room was completely separate from the bedroom and bathroom. In addition, in most other hotels the standard suites are in the range 60-80 sqm and therefore smaller than our room at Kimpton. I will not get hung up on the naming conventions and whether my upgrade was stingy or not: bottom line is I had a bigger and newer room than what generous hotel chains give me, so the typically more modest IHG upgrades ended up being a complete non-issue for me.
The room was a fairly good quality build, one step above Park Hyatt which normally does not impress with hardware (except their bathroom) and one step below Waldorf Astoria. Comparing to St.Regis is a bit more difficult, I would say Kimpton is lower than StR used to be when StR was a brand new hotel but since StR now has some wear & tear I would pick the room at Kimpton now compared to standard suites at StR.
To be balanced in my review, I must highlight a few points which make me rate this room good but not great: (1) I wish it had hardwood floors rather than carpet, (2) Water pressure in the hand shower was fine but from the rain shower it was weak, and (3) To be considered a top notch suite I am generally looking for 1.5 bath but this room only has the main bathroom. I am assuming that some of the larger rooms (which they call suites) have 1.5 bath.
Otherwise I did not have much to complain about, the air conditioning was strong, the bed was comfortable and they delivered a special pillow order to our room before our arrival as per my e-mail exchange with staff before we arrived at the hotel.
This hotel is pet-friendly and since we do not have a pet I was not sure it would be a good fit for us, but they limit pet owners to rooms on floors 7 and 8 only. This is a high-rise building and we had a room on a high floor so there were no sanitary concerns in our room and obviously no noise issues either since any potential barking dogs were not anywhere near our room.
I had never stayed in a Kimpton brand hotel before – somehow I thought the hotel would be competing with W and Sofitel SO, perhaps because of the style. However, in large part due to service levels, I think Kimpton is far more akin to Park Hyatt, St.Regis, and Waldorf Astoria. For newer hotels I tend to excuse service hiccups such as those we had at Four Seasons one week prior to our stay at Kimpton, but the service at Kimpton was thoroughly excellent at every interaction with staff. Not only it started on the right foot before our arrival with the e-mail exchange mentioned above, but also at the hotel the service was great with staff at the front door and reception addressing us by name regularly, and similarly service was excellent by the pool during happy hour and in the restaurant during breakfast. The high level of service was not because the hotel was almost empty and staff not busy, in fact Saturday and Sunday mornings the restaurant was fairly crowded (unlike during week days). Not only it was impressive that staff remembered our names and room number as soon as we stepped off the elevator as early as the second morning (we are not regulars at this hotel!), but it was clear that staff were always trying to anticipate guest needs and address them proactively rather than wait for requests. I could make a long list of how staff were client-centric, for example at the noodle soup station in almost every hotel when you order you have to wait for your bowl to be ready but instead at Kimpton staff informed us that we could go back to our table and they would bring our order. Once they saw my pregnant wife a bit uncomfortable on her chair they brought a cushion to support her back. Staff made the rounds in the restaurant to ask clients if they were happy with their stay. When guests were leaving the restaurant, staff at the entrance would step ahead to open and hold the elevator door for customers. During happy hour the refills kept coming without us having to ask for anything. Our next destination after Kimpton was Kempinski next door and I wanted to check-in there before we checked out from Kimpton. When staff saw me heading to Kempinski they insisted on walking with me and my suitcase next door to their close cousin hotel. I could go on and on, all these little details were non-stop during our stay. To conclude on service the GM paid us a visit during happy hour on the day we arrived to introduce himself. Since he is making himself visible and available for guests, he is probably setting the right tone for the staff.
Regarding breakfast itself it was a combo of buffet and a la carte. There were a few interesting dishes and drinks with a good balance of western and Asian choices, there was even a mini Arabic station. To mitigate the risk of covid at the buffet with many guests sharing spoons and tongs, the hotel made plastic gloves available for all guests. The design of the restaurant was quite inviting and attractive as well. Breakfast was supposed to end at 10:30am but they were not rushing guests at all, many times food was still available after 11am unlike hotels which take food away on the dot.
Happy hour was 5-6pm with free-flow drinks near the pool. It was available to all guests (not limited to Platinum Ambassador guests) but surprisingly it was fairly quiet even though the hotel was not low occupancy on weekends. There will also be a Club Lounge on the 30th floor but it’s not open at the moment and it is not clear what access rules will be, in fact I am not seeing Club rooms for sale on the website yet. Hotels in other chains provide free executive lounge access which is usually not the case at IHG, but on this aspect once again since I had decent drinks in a location which was not overcrowded, I don’t feel like I was missing out on the elite treatment.
We ordered room service a couple of times and while the dishes were good, what was the most remarkable was how generous the portions were – bigger than most hotel room service choices offered by competitors.
This being a new hotel the gym had new and modern equipment as can be expected. I liked the bright red machines which were in contrast with the more sober looking equipment at other hotels.
As if I did not have enough positive points to mention about this hotel already, wifi worked great and was one of the fastest I have seen in Bangkok with speeds of almost 150 Mbps both download and upload.
Overall it’s safe to say that Kimpton easily exceeded my expectations and I can highly recommend it. Since I have stayed and reviewed almost 40 different hotels in Bangkok in the last few years, I would like to think that I am a decent judge of the local market, however opinions seem to have been mixed so far regarding this hotel, so take it for what it’s worth but in my opinion Kimpton punches well above its weight and any service or hardware issues they might have experienced in the first couple of months seem to be far in the rearview mirror, at least based on my experience from our stay. This hotel has been a revelation for me and seems to be a well-kept secret at least for now. The IHG program can make hotels less competitive for people who stay at many chains, but at least this time I was able to take advantage of the current third night free promotion and IHG Luxury Collection benefits (100 USD credit and free breakfast) which mitigated some drawbacks and made our stay good value for the money. Perhaps in different circumstances the deals will not be the same but at least for this stay I had very little to complain about. It will be hard for me to overlook Kimpton as a good option in Bangkok for my future stays despite the high level of competition in the city.
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Charismatic, Edgy Bangkok Hotel, Bangkok City Hotel Beyond The Ordinary. An insider’s pass to the City of Angels, Kimpton MaaLai Bangkok channels the energy of Bangkok’s vibrant pulse, fusing raw, urban intensity with a lighthearted spirit and distinguished design. Like the Thai capital itself, the hotel is a study in contrasts that’s at once carefree, assertive, edgy and refined, and oldschool and contemporary. The proudly local, undiluted version of the city feels like an alwaysbuzzing artists’ hive that mirrors the centuriesold Thai philosophy of \”lamiat\”: life as a work of art, where details are continually refined.
Luxury Hotel Amenities in Bangkok At Kimpton MaaLai Bangkok, no request is too small, whether it’s a lastminute toiletry (message us on WhatsApp) or a lastminute read (borrow a book from the lobby). In guest rooms, minibars have healthconscious options and indulgent local treats alike, from Chalong Bay rum to SangSom whisky; bathrooms are fitted with blowdry stations with lighted mirrors styling tongs inroom manicures can be had, say the word.
Unique Luxury Residences in the Heart of Bangkok A luxury home in the chic neighborhood of Langsuan, where modern living intersects with local allure. Every unit of Kimpton’s private residences fuses the latest technology with warm cozy vibes. Short and longterm residents can stay in stylishly furnished hubs, a fully equipped kitchen, and a full sense of luxury comfort, starting from 55sqm and enjoying all the perks of hotel living. Spacious and sophisticated with an urban greenery view of Langsuan, Kimpton MaaLai Bangkok sets the standard as the first Kimpton in South East Asia. Wanting you to live inside the cool hub and explore the world of Bangkok with ease.
Eclectic Dining in Bangkok A Bangkok Foodie Paradise At Kimpton MaaLai Bangkok, there’s a unique dining destination to satisfy every craving, from Craft, the groundfloor lobby lounge where locals and visitors alike welcome the day with topnotch coffee, to Stock Room, the fifthfloor grocerant that has a casual, neighborhood feel. Grab an inventive drink at Ms. Jigger, the intimate cocktail bar, before heading upstairs to the rooftop terrace, effectively a garden party in the sky, complete with unparalleled views of the city.
”Craft” Coffee and Brews Community A Social Hub within Green Living Spaces Craft is your coffee goto with singleorigin and blends stemming from Thailand’s incredible coffee landscape. Working with the Royal Project and other local boutique coffee suppliers and brought the Thai coffee scene to life in the lobby of the Kimpton MaaLai Bangkok. If it’s the other brew you are after, we’ve got you covered. A wide range of local and international beers on tap, cocktails aplenty, all paired with easy eats and a curated music vibe.
”Stock Room” Your friendly Neighbourhood Grocerant, Shop, Graze Or Diy Something is always cooking at Stock.Room. It’s your bustling grocerant where you can shop for your fresh groceries, enjoy great food with us (or take it home) from six different kitchens, or perhaps you want to be the chef and entertain in your very own show kitchen. Maybe you even want to enroll in one of the culinary classrooms. Think farmtoplate, locally produced, and sourced serving sophisticated streeteats. This casual and highenergy grocerant eatery houses its own Coffee Roastery, Juicery, Bakery, Butcher, Grill and Larder, Pasta Kitchen, Wet Grocery Room, Thai revolving ‘popup’ kitchen, as well as private dining rooms with chef and mixologist, led learning studios.
”Ms. Jigger” Welcome to the Worlds of Ms. Jigger Narrative Sips with a Sophisticated Touch \”If a message can fit into a bottle, then a story is poured into each of my cocktails.\” Ms. Jigger This cozy lounge features a curated cocktail experience paired with Italian fare, mapping the journey of the fabled Ms. Jigger. A muse lived her very best life all through the Mediterranean but continued to return to ‘il suo preferito,’ Italy. Perfect for those who want to be seen and who don’t. A date or a liaison. With your negroni in hand and Cicchetti on the table, this is the perfect start to your balmy Bangkok night or the end. The story is yours.
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