The Zuk Bar, located on the ground floor of The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel, is one of the city’s best jazz bars. As you enter Zuk Bar Bangkok you’ll see the grand piano set up ready for the live jazz performances that take place from Thursday to Sunday, led by celebrated vocalists and ably assisted by a 3-piece backing band. The Sukhothai Bangkok is among the best destinations in Bangkok for smooth jazz and sophisticated cocktails. The band covers many jazz standards, from Ella Fitzgerald to Dean Martin, and does a great job of working the room with warmth and grace.
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A long cocktail bar takes up the centre of the room, serving classic cocktails and, a wide range of wines, and single malt whiskies. There’s a happy hour every day from 18:00 till 20:00 when selected drinks are available on a ‘buy one get one free’ deal. To accompanygo with your drinks, there’s a snack menu featuring items tapas-style items such as yakitori platters (740 baht), freshly shucked oysters (4 pieces for 440 baht), sushi and tempura. There’s also an outdoor section atto The Zuk Bar, where you can enjoy the lily ponds and elegant architecture of the hotel.
Note that there’s a smart casual dress code at all venues in The Sukhothai Bangkok, and The Zuk Bar is no different. This means no sportswear or flip flops.
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The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel
Guests enter the Sukhothai hotel via a tree-lined driveway, a short distance that takes you away from the noise of busy Bangkok streets, and into the manicured gardens that surround the hotel.Although Sukhothai Hotel may be only 13 stories high, it does not feel overlooked, and all of the 210 rooms look out onto the verdant grounds, water features and trees that surround it.The decor is luxurious and unobtrusive, inspired by the ruins at the old ancient capital after which the hotel is named - you will find stupas in one courtyard and a Buddha statue floating serenely on the water in another.With high-end Italian, Thai and International restaurants to pick from you are spoilt for choice, and Zuk bar on the ground floor opens onto an outside terrace, perfect for evening drinks. Read More...
- Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 17:00 - 01:00 (Sunday until 24:00)
- MRT: Lumphini
- BTS: Sala Daeng
- Address: The Sukhothai Bangkok, 13/3 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok
- Tel: +66 (0) 2344 8658