Subtle yet striking visual notes. The curve of a chedi, a gentle crescendo. The swirl of an ancient script, a melody. The long-held note of a lotus stem rising straight up, magnetically suspended in a frame of black iron.
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Carefully constructed from the inside out, every detail perfected by some of the world's most famed architects and designers. Names such as the award-winning Kerry Hill, along with Edward Tuttle, one of Architectural Digest’s "Top 100 Architects in the World", and Pichitra Boonyarataphan, the famed Thai designer who uses resolutely Thai fabrics in all her work. Together, they complete the ensemble of talented artists who have composed the visually symphonic masterpiece that is The Sukhothai.
The hotel's design takes its cue from the ancient city of Sukhothai, with its careful replication of the magnificent stupas and pagodas reminiscent of that graceful age. Interiors are an elegant mix of traditional Thai materials and fabrics reimagined in comfortable modern forms created for function. This harmony of design all comes together to create a hotel that is at once modern and timeless - and always exquisitely Thai.
Please see The Sukhothai's Rooms & Suites for more information about the hotel's design within the guest rooms.