Following a multi million dollar refurbishment of the Chaophya Park Hotel
and famous Garden Court Chinese Restaurant, the Chaophya Park Hotel has invested in unique restaurant art works reputed to have cost 6 figure sums in its new design. The artworks include specialist Sino-Thai art, depicting Thai scenes in the form of traditional mural paintings overlaid with Chinese motifs and incorporating classically inspired weather formations.
Mr. Andrew Wood, General Manager of the Chaophya Park Hotel comments on the new art work, “The U.S. based architect firm Bent Severin and Associates, working with their Thailand
team, researched the art work on our behalf. The hotel wanted something rather unique that fitted with the overall concept, yet classically inspired and we wanted to buy art work that was special to Thailand. The location was the Garden Court; Bangkok
’s immensely popular Chinese Restaurant.”
Mr. Wood added, “Visits to China
and Shanghai helped the design team understand textures and themes, that would achieve our overall design objectives. A few of the pieces had to be large scale items also, to fit the restaurants dimensions. We are very pleased with the end result.”
The award winning Chaophya Park Hotel is a luxurious 402 bedroom hotel on Rachadapisek Road, just 10 minutes from Sukhumvit Road. Getting around town on business or to simply shop couldn't be easier with the MRTA subway (linking to the skytrain) just a few minutes walk from the Chaophya Park Hotel's entrance.
Offering 5 distinct styles of accommodation
the hotel is on everyone’s lips; offering a full range of hotel services, 24 hours a day.
With both traditional and 'hi-tech’ modern restaurants (5) and impressive wine cellar, it is the place Bangkokians gravitate towards for its famous name restaurants including the renowned Kao Tom Buffet, Mori Grill Restaurant and the Garden Court Chinese Restaurant, each open every day, for both luncheon and dinner.
The Chaophya Park Hotel boasts a full length golf driving
range with 45 tee off positions; a massage centre; Bali Spa and fully fitted fitness centre and outdoor pool. The Chaophya Park Hotel was the first in Thailand to offer complimentary WiFi and internet access in guest rooms and all public areas. Parking for 900 cars.
[Source from; www.etravelblackboardasia.com]
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