Metropolitan by COMO
Modern and Oriental minimalist, the Metropolitan by COMO is one of Bangkok's funkiest hotel. Situated right in the heart of the city it has all the contemporary flair and elegance associated with COMO hotels run throughout. Each of its rooms and suites are large and airy with en-suite bathrooms, yoga mats and meditation chairs. For the less spiritually inclined the members-only Met Bar, the hottest spot in town, is open to hotel guests, while the COMO Shambhala Spa offers therapies from all around Asia.
- Nahm at Metropolitan Bangkok has been voted number one in Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2014
- COMO Shambhala Luxury Spa takes a highly personalised approach to fitness and wellbeing
- Daily schedule of complimentary activities for hotel guests
How to get there
Fly to Suvarnabhumi Airport a journey of around 11 hours on a direct flight. Upon arrival transfer approximately 35 minutes by road to the hotel.
Best time to go
Bangkok is a year round destination, the cooler dry season runs from early November to the end of March and April is the hottest month.
The monsoon season runs from June to October.
The perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of Bangkok's lively streets. The hotel offers every comfort and goes the extra mile with the added well being conscious additions like meditation chairs and yoga mats making it an ideal stop over for those heading to the luxurious beach spa venues. Its prime location also makes it ideal for heading out into the city to explore.
- Swimming pool
- Yoga studio
- Steam rooms
- Hydro pools
- Retail shop
- Hair salon
Glow - Glow's wellness menu is curated from their famed COMO Shambhala retreat. From sourcing local and organic ingredients they have been able to create a menu that celebrates food as well as health while using ingredients that increase concentration and energy levels while addressing blood-sugar imbalances.
Nahm - Australian-born Chef David Thompson, famed for award-winning Nahm restaurant at The Halkin hotel in London, has opened his first restaurant in Bangkok. He uses authentic ingredients such as garlic, chillies, lemongrass and shrimp paste and fuses them together to create specials such as; curries, salads, soups and stir-fries.
Met Bar - Deep wine-walls and sumptuous club chairs, the Met Bar (like its London sibling on Park Lane), is open to members and hotel guests. It hosts happy hour from 4pm-9pm with the chance to dine on Mediterranean and Thai dishes. It's the perfect option for a pre-dinner cocktail or a post-dinner nightcap.
Singapore designer Kathryn King was at the interior helm of The Metropolitan by COMO. The 169 rooms and suites are finished to an impeccable standard, where the finest touch is complete with a detailed flourish. Thai Makha wood and brass panelling highlight the textures of the room, along with a neutral palette to make the rooms light and airy. Limestone walls with dashes of mosaic-tile decorate the bathroom, making it a serene place to escape - worlds away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok.
- City Rooms
- Studio Rooms
- Metropolitan Rooms
- Terrace Rooms
- Executive Suites
- Penthouse Suites
- COMO Suite
- Tai Chi
Variety of interconnecting rooms and suites easily accommodate families travelling together. Families will particularly enjoy the 20 metre outdoor pool, kids' menus (available upon request) and babysitting services.