Sukhothai Bangkok

Aman-worthy serenity

13/3 South Sathorn Road, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120, Thailand


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At a Glance

The Sukhothai opened in 1991, but the hotel, tucked away downtown, has hung on to its timeless elegance, thanks surely to the discerning eye of designer Ed Tuttle (of Aman fame).

Indagare Loves

  • The contemporary chic design of Ed Tuttle who was the aesthetic mastermind of many of Aman’s top properties
  • The incredible gardens on property
  • Celadon, one of the city’s top restaurants


Locals and loyal visitors cite it as one of the most serene properties in the city owing to the beautiful gardens, complete with lotus ponds that surround it. There are 210 rooms and suites, all done with lots of polished teak and Thai-inspired furnishings (ask for one with a terrace). The Celadon restaurant, in a traditional Thai building overlooking several lotus ponds, remains one of the city’s culinary temples. The Sukhothai is next to the Banyan Tree and the Metropolitan, so if you’re staying at either of these three hotels, be sure to take advantage of the different restaurants and bars in each of them, since they’re in an area not blessed with tons of dining-out options.

Who Should Stay

Visitors looking for an oasis of zen.

Written by Simone Girner

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