Hotel Muse Bangkok really is one of the city’s most handsome hotels, located in the exclusive Langsuan area near Chid Lom BTS Station. The range of 174 deluxe rooms and various ultra-luxe suites are perfect for both business guests and families, with this boutique hotel also boasting two fine-dining restaurants, an infinity swimming pool and a gorgeous rooftop bar.
Designers set out to create a unique hotel themed around the ‘the golden age of travel’; this is successfully achieved with generous helpings of warm wooden fixtures and furnishings throughout, together with an impressive gothic-like atmosphere to their downstairs lobby and restaurant. From the moment you walk in the door, all guests are treated like VIPs too, with some of the warmest customer service you’ll find in Bangkok.
Hotel Muse really excels on the finer touches and its meticulous attention to detail. Here we give you 10 reasons why you need to stay at this stunning hotel.
- Ayutthaya Ancient Capital Tour with River Cruise
- Banyan Tree's Apsara Dinner Cruise
- Bridge on the River Kwai & Historic Railway Tour
- Thonburi Klongs & Grand Palace Morning Excursion
- Floating Markets Cycling & Boat Tour
- Private Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha & Reclining Buddha Morning Tour
- Siam Niramit Dinner Show
- Calypso Bangkok Cabaret Show
- Safari World & Marine Park Full-Day Tour With Buffet Lunch
- Muay Thai Live Performance
Split over the top two floors, The Speakeasy rooftop bar has an authentic 1920s American prohibition vibe, complete with classic cocktails, an in-house jazz and blues DJ as well as some fine views across Sukhumvit and Langsuan. The impressive bar also serves gourmet dishes created by Michelin Star chef Jean Baptiste.
Medici Kitchen & Bar, the awarding-winning Italian restaurant, serves excellent Italian cuisine in a dark and broody dining room in the basement of Hotel Muse, but it is the dulcet tones of the promenading opera singer that highlights the evening. Read More...
Dark, moody and almost atmospheric, Hotel Muse has obvious art deco influences, with a ‘Golden Age of Travel’ theme running throughout. Designed by MGallery, the building’s gothic-like exterior wouldn’t look too out of place amongst Manhattan’s skyline of classic buildings either.
If the sights and sounds of Bangkok aren’t enough to get you springing out of bed, the impressive breakfast buffet at their exquisite, 19th floor restaurant will surely do the trick. You can also come back in the evening for some of the best steaks in the city.
Hotel Muse Bangkok has one of the best check-in systems we’ve seen in Bangkok. Instead of queuing up, all check-ins are personally done at private desks and all guests are presented with a range of complimentary cocktail shots (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) to enjoy in the stunning lobby.
Get ready for upgrades galore! As well as larger room sizes, other upgrade options such as the For Him and Her (Silver Package) includes personalised embroidered pillows complete with your own name (which you can take home) and a bottle of proseco waiting for you in your room.
For a unique start, middle or end to your holiday, invest in a bottle of Hotel Muse's private label Champagne (3,950++), directly imported from the famous French region. You can enjoy the Champagne by MEDOT throughout the hotel, either in their lobby bar, two restaurants, rooftop bar or even in the comfort of your own room.
Babette’s The Steakhouse is an intimate, 1920’s America-inspired restaurant with modern Art Deco interiors, live blues music and a long list of premium cuts on their menu. Standout choices here include the 70-day grain-fed Jack’s Creek Black Angus, the award-winning Sher Wagyu, and a whole selection of fresh seafood such as Norwegian salmon, French oysters and Canadian lobster.
On occasion, weekend parties are held at the glamorous Medici Kitchen & Bar; sponsored by brands like Moet and Playboy, they bring the cream of Bangkok’s socialite crowd to Hotel Muse’s demure flagship restaurant.
All bathrooms feature huge bathtubs to soothe you’re aching muscles after a day of sightseeing. The decor of the bathrooms, with plenty of sumptuous black on white fixtures, is just as stunning as the room itself.
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