Le Méridien Bangkok has created a new room
category that features circular beds.
The Executive Round Rooms are located on the 22nd
floor with floor-to-ceiling windows providing guests with a
panoramic view of Bangkok’s ever-changing cityscape.
For the many travellers, getting a great night’s
rest is one of the most important things they look for when
choosing a hotel for a vacation or business trip, and the hotel insists that the round beds are not
simply a marketing gimmick, and that they have been “proven to
improve sleep quality, ease pent-up stress and help tension float
Some rooms at Le Meridien Bangkok now feature a round bed
“The circle has always been a symbol of wellness.
In the principles of feng shui, it represents continuity, harmony
and balance,” said Mr. Dieter Ruckenbauer, General Manager, Le Méridien Bangkok.
“For modern travellers, a round bed is not only a quirky design
feature and a talking point; it can ensure a deeper sleep and a
greater feeling of wellbeing. We look forward to helping our
guests create their own personal sanctuary of peace and harmony in
the heart of this pulsating metropolis.”
The new Executive Round Rooms form part of Le
Méridien Bangkok’s recent refurbishment which also includes a
private Onsen allowing visitors to soothe their senses by plunging
into mineral-rich waters, using precise Japanese formulas that
change with the seasons.
Alternatively, SPA by Le Méridien
features seven treatment rooms, an outdoor swimming pool is
for daytime and evening dips, while the fitness centre is furnished
with the latest high-tech equipment for energising workouts.
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