Centrally situated in the heart of the southern suburbs, close to sporting and shopping facilities, fifteen minutes from the city and twenty from the airport.
The bedrooms are a happy marriage of classic-contemporary comfort with thoughtful details like the softest mohair blankets and quirky touches of personality too. Our garden suite was a light and bright space with Zen-inspired sliding screens offering privacy between lounge and bedroom - the views of the mountain were glorious. The bathroom, while certainly luxurious, lacked a glam factor.
Browse the cabinets of historical artefacts relating to the hotel in the quarry tile-lined reception area or take a walk in the sprawling six acre gardens. The intimate lounge is a popular all-day meeting and greeting spot while the sun-splashed terrace sees guests tapping away on their laptops.
Eating and drinking
Square is a swish sushi bar and cosmopolitan restaurant situated in the heart of the main building while Myoga is a flamboyant space serving up fusion fare.
A state-of-the-art gym, indoor and heated outdoor facilities ensure travellers' wellbeing while the world-class Angsana Spa offers an authentic Thai spa experience.
There are lapses in service consistency when busy.
Who stays there
Corporate travellers and jet-setters alike.
Value-for-money winter specials for both leisure and business travellers are a well-loved feature.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Escaping the crowds
Pros & Cons
- Excellent leisure facilities
- Sprawling surrounds
- Central location
- Slip ups in service