First Published 2nd October 2019
Updated 10 August 2020
BANGKOK – A new level of wellness luxury is coming to Bangkok in collaboration with GOCO Hospitality at the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River, where they will begin accepting reservations for guest arrivals from October this year.
Originally set to open on the 1st February 2020, the unprecedented and unpredicted events of the COVID-19 pandemic delayed opening. Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is now accepting reservations for guest arrivals from 1st October 2020.
Set along 200 metres of the ancient riverfront of Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River, this Jean-Michel Gathy designed Four Seasons hotel will add a new level of luxury riverside hospitality to Southeast Asia’s most popular city destination.
In addition to the 299 guest rooms, including suites with garden terraces and an extraordinary, two-storey Presidential Suite, guests will also be treated to a world-class luxury urban GOCO Hospitality-conceptualised spa that maintains a special focus on mind, body and soul.
In addition to the spa conceptualisation, GOCO Hospitality also assisted Four Seasons with market research & feasibility studies (conducted by our sister company, Horwath HTL Health and Wellness), strategy and operational recommendations, as well as full-scope design and development technical services from conceptual and schematic design to construction documentation.
The spa will feature nine single and double treatment rooms, one spa suite with thermal facilities, a private green space and bathing area, a beauty salon, male barber, gender-specific heat and water experiences along with a gym and a mind and body studio. The spa also includes an Advanced Beauty Room, a place where science meets natural wellness through a range of technologically advanced slimming and anti-ageing treatments for men and women.
Founder and CEO of GOCO Hospitality, Ingo Schweder, says “The Bangkok riverfront demands a new spa facility that is set apart from the existing offering in the area. The spa at Four Seasons offers something completely different, designed with a focus on the healing elements of water.”
Described by Gathy as “sometimes dramatic, sometimes intimate, but always charismatic,” the hotel will integrate successive indoor and outdoor spaces through a series of cascading building, courtyards, terraces and water features. In celebration of Thailand’s legendary craftsmanship and artistry, the hotel will include art pieces from Gathy’s own collection, along with a dedicated Art Space for contemporary Thai art.
The Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River will also offer two infinity pools overlooking the river and a range of other thoughtful amenities for families, such as a complimentary kids club; private boat dock; extensive event spaces; a waterfront ballroom and terrace; and world-class culinary offerings, including new dining concepts introduced for the first time.
Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is now accepting reservations for arrivals beginning 1st October 2020.