Modern elegance flawlessly combines with rich woods, marble, and Thai silks to create the stylish atmosphere of this Luxury Collection property. Featuring a Business Center and Library with wired and wireless Internet throughout the hotel, the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit was named to Travelers' Choice®: Top 25 Hotels in Thailand 2012 by Tripadvisor and Top 25 Best Business Hotels in Asia 2011 by Smart Travel Asia.
Our convenient location on Bangkok’s major street is enhanced with a direct skylink bridge from the lobby to Asok Skytrain which also connect to the Terminal 21, a new shopping mall and only a few steps from the Sukhumvit Subway stations, facilitating access to the business district, shopping centers and tourist attractions.
Our renowned in-house Spa, the Grande Spa features unparalleled personalized service and treatment rooms richly decorated with Thai silks. Indulge in the spa’s exclusive line of natural products, made from indigenous ingredients including Thai herbs, spices and plants. Experience the oasis of our free form swimming pool, one of the best in Asia, set in the midst of a tranquil garden. Savor the cuisine of our award-winning Italian and Thai Restaurants and listen to world class Jazz artists at the Living Room.
Each of our 420 spacious guestrooms boast LCD TV and DVD, walk in closets and four piece bathrooms. Enjoy views of Lake Ratchada from our 36 Grande Suites or immerse yourself in a Thai Style suite complete with private garden.
Around the clock, our Butlers are on call to pamper you with warm Thai hospitality in a superb luxury environment with distinct amenities of the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit.
The refurbishment of our guestrooms is nearing the midpoint with over 170 rooms and suites completed, with the remaining of the guestrooms due for completion by July 2015. Although a soft refurbishment, there will be some noise disturbances until August 1, 2014 between the hours of 11.00 am to 5.00 pm weekdays only. Special measures are being taken to minimize the noise by closing some floors off as buffers, so we expect minimal inconvenience.