bangkok marriott marquis queen’s park: คุณกำลังดูกระทู้
It is often a worry with hotel reviews that we may fail to find more to add to past experiences, almost expecting a copy and paste from past accommodations. Yet here, at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, we find the complete opposite, as we are almost overwhelmed by the scale of what the hotel has to offer. But I did arrive with a backup plan, through reminiscing, as the last time we left these front doors was after an all night rooftop party on the building top’s helipad, almost 5 years ago. Because this building, formerly the Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel, has presided over the surrounding skyline for many years, only now it has become almost unrecognisable after a rather extensive and extravagant transformation. And now it feels like centuries beyond. I now have an odd feeling that I’m falling for Marriott Hotels, something I never thought I would ever say, and ironically it is for unlikely reasons. In the past we have always focussed more on boutique hotels, for design reasons in particular, as really we are not suited to small, and somewhat claustrophobic settings. But at the front entrance to the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park we are almost overwhelmed by the sheer expanse of the towering spaces which surround us. As, along with the prestige, the elegance in dress, and the forever captivating Thai smile at check-in, we find it hard to even leave the welcoming of the lobby. Yet there’s still much more to explore, given we had just entered what will soon be Bangkok’s largest hotel.
In many ways this stay was a sneak peek at what the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park will become, as the doors did open less than six months ago, and many of the facilities are yet to come. Yet the place is already huge, with two swimming pools and all sorts of bars, eateries and restaurants dotted through the lower floors and lobby. It’s almost like a mini city in itself. Our guestroom is found in the North Tower and is still pristine and polished, free from wear and tear, but we do find some unexpected recollection from the moment we stepped through the doors. This may have been the Japanese style plunge bath, or maybe the linear room design and rigid angles, or just everything being so well and purposely placed. As the design aspects are very similar to a previous stay at the Marriott in Osaka and this only brought fuzzy nostalgia of a truly unforgettable experience in Japan (although there are no washlets / robotoilets). And we actually found similar in Osaka where all the soaps and lotions are by Thann, a luxury Thai brand, so in many ways they bring the best of both worlds to their hotels, which makes sense as why change it when the formula works (as well as branding and economies of scale of course). Yet, through personalized stencils, accents and flair in design, the guestrooms do feel uniquely Thai, or at least contemporary, urban Thai, as we are in modern city settings. So, throughout our stay, there was only really one complaint, from Fanfan, who asked why the TV was so bright, and said it was like trying to sleep in a cinema. To be fair she was trying to sleep at the time, and I was wide awake watching the “A Team”.
Queen’s Park and Em District
I actually once lived on this street, my first ever rental apartment in the city just further down on Sukhumvit 22, and I would used the hotel at the time as a shortcut to Benjasiri Queen’s Park, which pretty much sits on the hotel’s doorstep. They are now in negotiations to renew this connection, with the reopening, which kind of makes the park an extension to the hotel. And Benjasiri Park, or Queen’s Park as it is better known, is easily my favourite in Bangkok due to its small, compact size and well maintained gardens of trees and art sculptures. Mornings and evenings being the better hours when the park comes to life with local life, joggers circling the central lake, aerobics, sepak takraw (Thai foot volley), and Tai Chi at the front gates. Some of the best people watching in Bangkok. And the area would be my all-rounder recommendation for staying in Bangkok, since the recent facelift, and rebranding of the area as a rejuvenated “Em District” now being dubbed the ‘Epicentre of Sukhumvit’. This started with a complete revamp of the malls adjoining at nearby Phrom Pong Skytrain station and includes the opening a beast of a mall, called the EmQuartier, which is rivalling the other big name mega malls of the Siam shopping district. The Helix food court alone worth the visit. So it is the new, up-and-coming shopping district of the city, yet unlike others there will always be a long going on street level, with variations of restaurants and nightlife and now there’s even something for the kids with the new Dinosaur Planet opening right next door. It’s just a very exciting place to be right now.
Next Level Breakfasts
Breakfasts have always been more of a footnote in past reviews, but at the Goji Kitchen & Bar they have taken breakfasts to a whole new level (coincidentally the last time I said something similar was at the Marriott in Rayong). But I really don’t want to go into some long list of what to find at the pancake and waffle bar, the bagel bar, the cheese bar… so instead my focus will be more on a, hopefully less monotonous, list on the street food section. This is the ideal place to sample Bangkok’s iconic street food staples, from pristine clean counters, and without leaving the doors. A complete new to me and it felt more like an open air food court, than a buffet breakfast counter, or a theatrical performance even, where vendors would throw together many of Bangkok’s street food favourites. This starts at the front with the rice and noodle stalls, which serve on a rotation of different meats through the week, where on the first morning we find Khao Man Gai (Hainanese Chicken Rice) and Kway Teow Ped (Roast Duck Noodle Soup). And from there the selection is somewhat phenomenal ranging from the baos and shumai of Yaowarat’s Chinatown, to flaming grills of Sai Oua (Chiang Mai sausage), a Lanna staple from the north parts. But, given I live in Thailand, and eat this stuff daily, I find myself drawn to the international food sections and, during our two days stay, I managed to eat from China, to Japan, to India, and right across the globe. In short the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park has quite probably the best buffet breakfast in Bangkok.
[Update] Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Presents “Festive 2020” | bangkok marriott marquis queen’s park – Sambeauty
Send off the year in style with an array of festive promotions in the heart of Sukhumvit
Festive fun beckons as the year draws to an end at Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. And indeed the five-star hotel steps from Phrom Phong skytrain and Sukhumvit underground train stations on Sukhumvit Soi 22 is already up for Christmas and New Year 2020 celebrations under the banner of “Festive 2020”.
The celebrations kicks off with Christmas lighting and decoration at the Lobby Lounge, shortly followed by a sleigh-full of food and drink promotions at all the hotel’s F&B outlets throughout the festive season from December to New Year 2020. Not to mention countless private parties.
Moreover, to fulfill every festive wish and whim, a wide selection of premium festive hampers is available from now until January 15, 2020.
Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, Bangkok’s largest luxury hotel, is ringing in the new year with Festive 2020 to make Christmas and New Year celebrations throughout the hotel full of moments to cherish.
In the Lobby Lounge, the hotel is lighting a six-metres-tall Christmas tree on December 2, 2019 between 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM, around which will be sung Christmas carols. The twinkling Christmas lights will remain bright throughout the festive season.
Festive Afternoon Tea, where Silver Jubilee & Watte series 100% pure Ceylon teas and coffees are offered alongside the cutest sweet and savory nibbles and live piano music at the Lobby Lounge from December 1-31, 2019 between 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM, is another highlight. Prices are THB 999++ for two people and THB 1,490++ with 2 glasses of sparkling wine.
Moreover, every weekend throughout December, guests can indulge in Festive Free-Flow Weekends at the Lobby Lounge with free flow of white, red, rose and sparkling wines, accompanied by live music and entertainment, Friday and Saturday from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM between December 6 – 25, 2019. Priced THB 989++ per person.
Christmas feast, Akira Back Restaurant and Bar on the 37th floor which specializes in innovative and creative dishes is offering Festive Fusion. The array of finely created dishes with premium quality ingredients includes: Gillardeau Oysters from France to enjoy with ponzu, chojang and tomato salsa (THB 920++) and; Pan Seared Andaman Sea-bass with black bean sauce, spicy tofu and asparagus (THB 650++). Other delectable dishes include: Claypot Rice with fresh winter black truffle, shio kombu and tamanishiki rice (THB 680++); Roast Whole Lamb Rack served with baby potatoes, cauliflower, grain mustard (THB 1,900++), and; Grilled Baby Back Ribs served with Spicy Korean glaze, sesame seed and baby corn (THB 1,100++). Meat lovers will not wish to miss Prime Porterhouse that comes with coffee crust and black garlic bordelaise (THB 3,600++). The festive Christmas dinner is served between December 20 – 29, 2019, 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM.
For a sumptuouson the 37th floor which specializes in innovative and creative dishes is offering Festive Fusion. The array of finely created dishes with premium quality ingredients includes: Gillardeau Oysters from France to enjoy with ponzu, chojang and tomato salsa (THB 920++) and; Pan Seared Andaman Sea-bass with black bean sauce, spicy tofu and asparagus (THB 650++). Other delectable dishes include: Claypot Rice with fresh winter black truffle, shio kombu and tamanishiki rice (THB 680++); Roast Whole Lamb Rack served with baby potatoes, cauliflower, grain mustard (THB 1,900++), and; Grilled Baby Back Ribs served with Spicy Korean glaze, sesame seed and baby corn (THB 1,100++). Meat lovers will not wish to miss Prime Porterhouse that comes with coffee crust and black garlic bordelaise (THB 3,600++). The festive Christmas dinner is served6:00 PM – 11:00 PM.
For a buffet-style banquet, Christmas Eve Dinner Family Feast can be had at Goji Kitchen + Bar, international buffet outlet that celebrates diverse culinary cultures with theatrical open kitchens. Highlights include five types of oysters from the seas around the globe, Boston lobster, Alaskan king crab, BBQ river prawns, Salt-Crusted Baked Salmon, Prime Rib, Lamb Rack as well as Christmas specialty menus such as Honey-Glazed Ham and Roasted Turkey. Meanwhile, sweet treats include traditional Christmas pudding, yule log, gingerbread and more to be enjoyed with Christmas sangria. Festive entertainment includes Santa Claus making appearances bearing gifts and complimentary magnet photo booth. The Christmas Eve Family Feast is served on December 24, 2019 from 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM at THB 2,337++ per person with optional free flow drinks package at THB 1,288++ or THB 2,500++ champagne package.
Goji Kitchen + Bar also serves Christmas Fun Day Brunch which will feature the same menus as the Christmas Eve Family Feast, on December 25, 2019, but served between 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM at THB 2,337++ per person with optional free flow drink package at THB 1,288++ or THB 2,500++ champagne package.
SPARKLING NEW YEAR’S CELEBRATIONS
Bid farewell to 2019 with the stellar countdown event, The Final Feast of the Decade, at Goji Kitchen + Bar. Taking place on December 31, 2019 from 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM, the feast includes sumptuous dinner buffet with five types of oysters, caviar, Boston lobster, prime rib and many more along with finely selected champagnes. Price per person is THB 2,888++ with optional free flow drinks package at THB 1,288++ or THB 2,500++ champagne package.
Fusion food lovers can enjoy the Elevated New Year’s Eve Celebrations at Akira Back Restaurant and Bar, comprising the innovative Asian dishes for which Akira Back is world-renowned. Kick off your dinner with Foie Gras Potato Salad tossed with black garlic dressing, winter black truffle and micro roquette, followed by Crispy Egg served with house-cured smoked salmon, crème fraiche and caviar. Pamper your palate with Iberico Miso Black Cod, an Iberico ham broth with assorted vegetables and basil oil. Meat lovers may delight in A5 Satsuma Gyu 4% Miracle Striploin served with daikon and leek kimchi, grilled garlic, kizami wasabi. Conclude an unforgettable last supper of 2019 with the sweet notes of Pina Colada Panna Cotta that comes with Malibu coconut sorbet and pineapple confit. All this and more as you enjoy live music throughout the scintillating evening. The festive dinner is served on December 31, 2019 at 6:00 PM – 6:45 PM and 8:30 PM – 9:15 PM. Price per person is THB 3,900++ with optional THB 4,500++ free flow champagne package. A la carte menus are available for children under 12 years old. ฃ
PARTY IN STYLE
Celebrate the arrival of 2020 with a spectacular New Year’s Eve countdown party at ABar, Sky Garden and ABar Rooftop! High above the city streets, we’ll ring in the new decade with a stunning views across the firework-lit skyline, this is sure to be an evening to remember.
38th floor – ABar Rooftop – Neon Party
38th floor – Sky Garden – Neon Party
37th floor – ABar – Eight to the Bar Gatsby theme, 5 course set menu plus free flow beverage package
Time: ABar from 19.00 hrs • Sky Garden and ABar Rooftop from 20.00 hrs
Until 02.00 hrs
Price: Ticket starts from THB 2,800 nett per person. Heavy snacks pass around is available from 21.00 hrs until 01.00 hrs
Book now http://go.eventpop.me/2020neonrooftopcountdown
It’s important to start the new year right as well. The best way to welcome 2020 is with the scrumptious New Year’s Resolution international brunch that entices with fresh seafood, five types of oysters, Alaskan crab, grilled river prawn, salt crusted baked salmon, prime rib and much more. Not to mention a spectacular array of desserts. All at Goji Kitchen + Bar. The brunch is served on January 1, 2020 between 11:45 AM to 2:30 PM at THB 2,128++ per person.
GIFTS OF GOODWILL TO ALL
During the season of celebration and giving, the hotel offers Festive Hampers filled with seasonal classic delicacies such as roasted turkey with all the trimmings, prime rib of beef and a broad choice of classic Christmas desserts such as yule log cake, Christmas stollen, plum pudding and much more. The hampers are available from Hamper House, Lobby Level, from November 25, 2019 to January 15, 2020 daily between 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Celebrate Christmas and New Year to start 2020 with happiness at all outlets of Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. For more information and reservation, please contact +66 (0) 2 059 5999, email email@example.com or visit www.bangkokmarriottmarquisqueenspark.com
Review: M Suite at Marriott Bangkok Marquis Queen’s Park
It’s one of popular Marriotts in Bangkok due to being the biggest. In this episode we’re having a look at their M Suite.
For their latest deals and bookings you can head to https://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotelrooms/bkkqpbangkokmarriottmarquisqueenspark/
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Staycation: แมริออท มาร์คีส์ ควีนส์ปาร์ค | Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Bangkok
During my stay as M Club, Lounge access, Guest room king. The room so beautiful room decorate classic Thai influences with modern accents. provide complete premium amenities and facilities, room clearness with a great park view.
Hotel staff all nicely and warmest welcome.
Special Thanks to Marriott Marquis Team, Thank you for kind all assistance during stayed krub.
Really perfect staycation during this kind of situation with stayed safe at the center of Bangkok.
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Marriot Marquis Queen’s Park in Bangkok || Room + Hotel tour || October 2021
Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park in Bangkok Sukhumvit Soi 22.
This video was taken this month (October 2021). The hotels North wing was closed due to low occupancy. The lounge was closed too but they are still serving evening cocktails and all day refreshments at the lobby.
Always call the hotel before checking in to check what’s open and what’s not.
⚠️update: Nov 7 2021 I happened to pass by Soi 22 at night and looks like both towers (north and south) are now opened⚠️
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