There are five high-end restaurants here, including a Japanese place that has teppanyaki tables. There’s also a bakery, which serves up sandwiches, cakes and pastries. You’ve got a swimming pool on the sixth floor. Come sundown, choose from a Manhattan lounge for cocktails, or a bar that specialises in the Japanese liquor, sake.
FOOD & DRINK
The buffet restaurant* serves international dishes and comes with city-wide views. You’ve also got a steakhouse*, an elegant Chinese eatery*, and a grab-and-go bakery*.
You’ll find two restaurants* serving Japanese cuisine. One of them specialises in teppanyaki dining, which means you can watch a chef grilling up fine waygu beef cuts in front of you.
- New York Steakhouse*
This place serves up some of the best steaks in Bangkok. You can also expect delicious seafood, a long list of side dishes and a great selection of wines. Just so you know, there's a dress code here - men will need to wear a collared shirt and full-length trousers. The restaurant is open for dinner.
- Marriott Cafe*
The Marriott Cafe offers up buffet spreads for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Or if you'd prefer, there's an à la carte menu to choose from, too.
- Tsu Japanese restaurant*
Try this contemporary restaurant for freshly-prepared sushi. It's open for lunch and dinner.
- Nami Teppanyaki Bar*
Cooked-to-order dishes are prepared in front of you at this stylish Teppanyaki steakhouse. Freshly-grilled steaks, shrimp and seafood are on offer here for lunch and dinner.
- Man Ho Chinese restaurant*
This place serves up dim sum, Cantonese and Szechuan-style dishes, prepared by master chefs. You can eat here for lunch or dinner.
- Bangkok Baking Company coffee house*
Freshly-baked breads, sandwiches, pies, cakes, and pastries all find a spot on the menu here. There's an outside terrace here, or if you don't want to miss a moment's sightseeing, you can grab something to eat on the go. It's open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Manhattan Bar*
This place is decked-out in the style of a trendy New York City cocktail bar. It's open in the evening and serves up a selection of cocktails and wines.
- Tsu bar*
The perfect accompaniment to the Tsu Japanese restaurant, this bar serves up 100 different types of sake. Like the restaurant, it's open for lunch and dinner.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
You can unwind in the hotel’s spa* – it’s one of the best in the city. The menu ticks off massages, body wraps, foot baths and facials. You can opt for beauty treatments, too.
There’s a hi-tech gym* on offer, and fitness classes are complimentary.
Part of JW's Health Club and Spa, this is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day's sightseeing. You've got an extensive menu of treatments to choose from, including things like body scrubs and wraps, massage, facials, foot baths, waxing, manicures and pedicures. Just so you know, you'll need to book an appointment for any of the treatments.
Part of JW's Heath Club, this place is well-equipped with plenty of cardiovascular machines and free weights.
- Personal trainer*
- Steam room*
- Beauty salon*
There are a couple of bars* to choose from. Manhattan Bar* is a trendy cocktail lounge. Tsu Bar*, meanwhile, lets you try 100 different varieties of sake – a traditional Japanese liquor made from fermented rice.
There’s a pool on the sixth floor, which is bordered by comfy loungers and palm trees.
- Outdoor pool
The stylish, rectangular pool is surrounded by a sun terrace, palm trees and comfy sunbeds. The hotel provides pool towels, too.
- Pool towels
- Kids' pool
- Wi-Fi zones*
Wi-Fi zones are available throughout the hotel's public areas and rooms.
- Money exchange
- Laundry service*
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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