Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok welcomes guests to enjoy the season’s festivities with a number of festival activities.
Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok goes festive.
Among the highlights are an Elegant Farewell to 2022 at Firefly Bar with a collection of tempting drink and canapé experiences ideal for ringing in the New Year. Firefly Countdown starts from 5,000++ baht minimum spend for two persons from 5.30pm until late at Firefly Bar, located on Lobby level.
The hotel’s Lobby Lounge and Chevaa Garden will host a farewell to 2022 which is no ordinary countdown. The last party of the year must be a stunning celebration filled with classic dishes from around the world, endless desserts and beverage packages. New Year’s Eve Dine Around starts at 7,500++ baht per person from 5.30pm until late at Lobby Lounge and Chevaa Garden.
New Year’s Brunch at Flourish Restaurant, Lobby Lounge and Chevaa Garden will begin the year and feature the freshest bounty from the sea, international delicacies, local favourites, and tempting desserts. It is priced at 4,900++ baht per person from noon to 5pm at Flourish Restaurant, Lobby Lounge and Chevaa Garden.
Anantara Siam offers decadent gift ideas
Anantara Siam Bangkok launches bespoke hampers overflowing with sweet delights and festive essentials both traditional and unexpected. From a classic hamper that ticks all the boxes to delectable chocolate advent calendars, the Anantara team has carefully edited each offering to include only the most mouth-watering treats and gourmet food products into the luxurious and decadent gift boxes.
Advent Calendar by Anantara Siam.
For other last-minute gift ideas, Anantara Siam is also offering a traditional homemade panettone and chocolate advent calendars, while those who enjoy festive baking will appreciate professional-quality chocolate chips and pistachio and chocolate icing on offer at Mocha & Muffins.
Anantara Siam Bangkok’s festive hampers are available at Mocha & Muffins until Jan 15 daily between 7am and 9pm, with prices starting from 1,800++ baht.
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Celebrate Christmas the Landmark way
This festive season, Landmark has been transformed into Mrs Claus Bakery, featuring a host of wonderous characters, including a Christmas elves family who join Gingy the Gingerbread Man, Flippy the Penguin, Fluffy the Polar Bear and Dasher the Reindeer, to help Mrs Claus in her bakery. Discover a delightful world with Christmas cookies all around, a magically festive scene with a soaring giant Fluffy the Polar Bear hot air balloon, Flippy Penguin airship, and Dasher the reindeer flying-tricycle.
As part of the festive activities, families and friends can join in all the Mrs Claus Bakery excitement and partake in photo opportunities from Nov 24 until Jan 2. Purchase a charity ticket to explore Gingy’s Gingerbread House; bounce as high as you can on a giant Tea Pot House trampoline; take a Turning Teacup ride or play on the cookie-made See-Saw all while keeping a look-out for selfie-opportunities with the real-life Mrs Claus and Gingy the Gingerbread Man.
Visit the Landmark Christmas Campaign Site to pre-book time-slots for all Christmas installation activities. Log-in at landmark.hk/en/whats-on/happenings/mrs-claus-bakery to discover exciting pre-event experiences, including creating your very own personal Avatar, WhatsApp stickers and AR e-card to share your Christmas greetings to family and friends.
Banyan Tree adds properties in Bangkok, China
Banyan Tree Group continues to expand one of its latest brand concepts, Homm, with two new properties — Homm Sukhumvit34 Bangkok and Homm Huzhou Xisai Shan in China that just opened their doors last month. They join the brand’s debut hotel Homm Bliss Southbeach Patong in Phuket, Thailand. After Bangkok and Huzhou, more Homm properties are set to open next year in Bali, Indonesia and Luang Prabang, Laos.
Onsen at Homm Sukhumvit34.
Homm, one of five new brands within Banyan Tree Group’s growing ecosystem of concepts, provides a sensible lifestyle and a globally diverse experience, while embodying the feeling of home. Ideal for families, couples and business executives alike, guests will find ease in reliable services, signature facilities, communal dining options and well-designed, price-friendly accommodations elevated by purpose-led, sustainable tourism standards.
Homm’s extrasensibility essentials go beyond answering basic needs, with H2O stations, Grab & Go meal options and friendly associates known as HOMMATES who possess detailed knowledge about the hotel and destination.
At the same time, each property also has a distinct identity, and provides a unique experience. Under the Group’s signature “Stay for Good” programme, each Homm property advocates for a different endangered species, centrally displayed in lobby areas via origami art. At Homm Sukhumvit34 Bangkok, the mascot is the Asian elephant — a national symbol of Thailand, while Homm Huzhou Xisai Shan’s is the crane.