The generous use of polished wood in the reception area may suggest a grand European hotel, but the Landmark prides itself on being thoroughly modern. Rooms, though elegant enough to satisfy leisure travelers, are geared to travel executives, with good-size desks and business amenities. For a little extra, you can stay on one of the executive floors, which includes complimentary breakfasts and cocktails. There's a staff of nearly 700, so it's no surprise that the service
is attentive. There are shops and restaurants in the basement and first floor of the hotel. Upstairs is the RR&B, a steak and rib joint, along with the Sui Sian Chinese restaurant.
Jul 19, 2004
Had a three-day stopover at the Landmark en route to our holiday in Australia. What a delight! We were upgraded to the executive package and had superb service and free evening cocktails! The Huntsman pub in the basement is better than a lot we've been to in England and the food and entertainment were also very good. Highly recommended!
Aug 3, 2002
Probably one of the best kept secrets in Bangkok. Service on the Executive Club Landmark floors are first class and of comparatively good value to other 4-5 star hotels. Hotel staff consistently practice the lengendary warmth and grace of the Thai culture. Coming from San Francisco with its wide selection of world-class restaurants, my favorite Japanese Restaurant in the world is located at The Landmark Hotel. Worth every Thai Baht. Have stayed
at The Landmark Hotel on my last ten trips; Have strongly considered staying at another 5-star hotel on my next trip for variety but, the Landmark Hotel and it's staff is really in a class of their own.