The first St. Regis residential development in Thailand is unveiled in Bangkok’s prime district.
7 March, 2011
Designed by Brennan Beer Gorman Architects (BBGA), the first St. Regis residential project in one of Bangkok’s most desirable addresses along Rajadamri Road looks set to further define the city’s vibrant skyline.
On home soil, the project has already received a decisive nod of approval, being named ’The Best Condo Development Bangkok’ and ’Best Condo Development Thailand’ at the Thailand Property Awards late last year.
“The single most important challenge was to maximise the opportunities of this extraordinary site and capture the panoramic views of Bangkok,” says BBGA.
The Residences rises from the 25th to the 45th floor of a 47-storey building that also includes the St. Regis Bangkok Hotel. It features 53 apartments spanning approximately 320 to 920 square metres and includes three- and four-bedroom units, deluxe penthouses and duplex penthouses with private pools.
It’s a development where the design and ambience are derived from its location, according to BBGA – one that is comfortable, unimposing, relaxed and residential.
The interiors eloquently translate the glamour and tradition which St. Regis is famed for into regionally-inspired timeless elegance with clean palettes, natural teak woods, Turkish Marfil and Italian Carrara marble stone floors, fully fitted bathrooms, Poggenpohl kitchens and CaesarStone Quartz counters. Floor-to-ceiling windows make the best of the downtown Bangkok views.
Residents-only facilities include a private lounge with a 270-degree view of the city, a swimming pool on the 24th floor, Jacuzzi and steam rooms, and 24-hour butler service; amenities and services at St. Regis hotel, which is set to open in April, will also be fully available to residents.
The Residences at St. Regis Bangkok
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