I’ve been a Marriott brand advocate ever since I started blogging years ago. This is one of the most consistent brands that I’ve worked with, and has proven it time and time again through dozens of stays. While visiting Bangkok, Thailand, I made a stop at the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Hotel. There are several Marriott’s in Bangkok, but the Queen’s Park property is located near both BTS Phrom Phong and BTS Asoke stations.
First and foremost, it’s important to note that this is the largest hotel in the Bangkok. The property is divided into two towers and the lobby was much more extravagant than I expected. After speaking with the lobby staff, we were escorted up to the M Club Lounge on the 27th floor.
M Club Lounge was very expansive and had more to offer than the standard versions. For example, they offer a light lunch from 12 PM to 2 PM every day. The food was great. I can still remember the taste of the beef stew, perfect! After enjoying the lounge for a while, we headed to the other tower, to see our M Suite on the 31st floor.
I opened the door to my M Suite and had a rush of emotions and memories from previous Marriott stays! Marriott interior design tends to suit my tastes perfectly. Straight lines and symmetry make me happy. The living room had a seating area, coffee facilities and desk. The suite look down on the pool and the rest of Bangkok. Thank you very much Marriott for the mango dipped in chocolate!
The bedroom also had a minimalist flair and the always incredibly comfortable Marriott bedding. The room came equipped with a suit rack. Nice!
The bathroom of this M Suite ran almost the entire length of it, this meant it was spacious. The bathroom had tons of closet space, a huge bathtub and partitioned shower stall and toilet. The toiletries looked great in their box.
The Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Hotel pool, gym, steam room, sauna, and spa could be found on the ninth floor. The fitness center was quite spacious with tons of cardio equipment, free weights and weight machines. I loved the other facilities, including the steam room and sauna, located in the changing rooms. It felt like they were my own private facilities, because no one was there both days that I visited. Definitely two thumbs up to the relaxation facilities!
During the stay I also experienced the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Hotel’s Quan Spa. We went for the signature Benja Malee Ancient Flower Remedy treatment, which lasted 2.5 hours. This was quite the marathon of spa treatments. Greeted with a smile and welcome drink, I immediately noticed the appealing interior design of the spa. The treatment rooms were a bit darker in tones, but comfortable nonetheless.
The spa treatment started out with a body scrub, progressing to an aromatic massage and finished with a hot compress. Overall, the spa treatment was moving and left me feeling relaxed. The spa visit concluded with a cup of hot tea and snack.
Food and beverage at the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Hotel was exemplary! We enjoyed almost all of our meals at the property, whether in their club lounge or the other restaurants and bars. Food in the lounge from breakfast to lunch to dinner was all tasty and offered a solid variety, so you won’t get tired of the options. For the other meals, we also tried Akira Back restaurant and the ABar & ABar Rooftop. ABar & ABar Rooftop is their rooftop bar which you can read about in more depth here, and Akira Back is their Asian restaurant that really pushes the limits of various cuisines which you can read about here.
The stay at the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Hotel in Thailand was action-packed! The Marriott service was consistent as expected. They did a great job from start to finish, and I would love to visit again soon. I will never forget the comfort level from the famous Marriott bedding. Flawless. The location of this property is also quite convenient, between the Asoke and Phrom Phong BTS stations. I’m sure that you will enjoy yourself, much like I did, at the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park Hotel!
199 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Klong Ton
Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
Phone: +66 (0) 2 059 5555