Design at SO centres around five elements. Water brings sophistication and calm, where dark tones accentuate the glittering lights of the Bangkok skyline, especially at night. Earth references wonder and enrichment, with simple luxury drawing inspiration from nature. Wood focuses on elegance and tranquility, where textures and hand-drawn murals ground the space. Metal brings purity and modernity from the moment you open the black stainless doors to a space that marries glass and metal. Fire represents indulgence and flair, a warm inviting space that’s encapsulated in Red Oven, the open kitchen that will delight gastronomes. Rooms and suites combine these elements creating cosy, comfy and lofty accommodation – you won’t just be in your element, you get to choose it.
Many hotels have their own café, but how many have a decadent chocolate café? Chocolab allows guests to observe the craft of chocolate making but also to indulge in a confectionery class. Spend a morning or an afternoon creating something delicious, then take it back to your room to savour it.
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