Lebua at State Tower: A Pleasant Experience


Lebua at State Tower, is comparatively a recent addition to the Thai luxury hotel chain, but has already earned the peculiarity of being the only founding hotel to win Condé Nast Traveler acknowledgment for its fabulous restaurants.

The Lebua, situated inside the 65-level State Tower, is the second tallest building of the country. From the windows of the luxuriously prearranged suit, you get a very breath taking view; the sight of the sun-saturated and star-lit sky of the city mesmerizes you. All the suites display immaculate taste, starting from sophisticated Bvlgary facilities to fashionable interiors that blend modernity with traditional touch.

The Dome restaurant is renowned for the exciting range of cooking adventures. The other restaurants have their own uniqueness; each has its different features. The Sirocco on the 63rd floor is the highest al fresco restaurant in the world. It serves a quality Mediterranean fare while the Breeze restaurant on the 52nd floor serves Asian-style seafood.

Via: luxury-insider.com

Posted by Erin Silverman on April 01, 2009 in Travel

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