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COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

Our contemporary hotel puts careful emphasis on providing perfectly curated experiences of the city. These range from orchestrating a customised street market trip, designing a programme of treatments at COMO Shambhala Urban Retreat, arranging restaurant reservations or securing guides to the city’s up-to-the-minute fashion stores.

 

Address and Contact

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok sits in the heart of Bangkok, in the part of the Central Business District known as Sathorn. The hotel is only minutes from the city’s major shopping areas such as Siam Centre, MBK (Mah Boon Krong) and Central Silom Complex, major sightseeing and historical attractions such as Mr. Kukrit's Heritage House and night markets and is 40 minutes from the International Airport. The hotel is steps away from the neighborhood’s nightlife, shopping and restaurants.

 

Directions and Getting There

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COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

27 South Sathorn Road
Tungmahamek, Sathorn
Bangkok 10120, Thailand

General enquiries or more information

E. res.met.bkk@comohotels.com
T. +66 2 625 3333

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok Reservations

E. res.met.bkk@comohotels.com
T. +66 2 625 3322
 

 

  • Seasonality - Metropolitan Bangkok

Seasonality

Situated just 14 degrees north of the Equator, there is no doubt that the city can get steamy during the hottest part of the year, which runs from March to May. The rainy season is from June to November, but it is rare that it will rain all day. Travel to Bangkok is slightly cheaper at this time, especially during the wettest months of July and September. The temperature is still around 30°C (85°F) during the rainy season, although humidity can be high. The best time of year to visit Bangkok is the cool season between November and February when temperatures range from the high 20’s to low 30’s.

 

  • Design - Metropolitan Bangkok

Design

Our Bangkok, Thailand, boutique hotel is at once timeless and modern. Created by Singapore interiors architect Kathryn Kng, COMO Metropolitan Bangkok has 169 generously sized rooms and suites. All of them are clean, crisp open spaces filled with natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows. With juxtapositions of materials and influences from the East and the West, spaces are serene and sophisticated. Details include carefully sourced Asian antiques, furniture by contemporary designers and artists, mosaic and limestone bathrooms, Thai silk curtains and, in select suites, private terraces.