Celebrate life this March with these hot tickets
Sheraton Grande has partnered with Doozy Digilab to bring Digital Delicious, a one-of-a-kind interactive dining experience that combines fine dining with storytelling, digital art, 4D mapping, multi-touch screen and interactive multimedia to enhance the senses. At Basil restaurant, the concept features a four-course set menu curated by chef Gaetano Palumbo. Dine and be dazzled exploring four compelling multimedia stories: Castle in the Sky, Garden of Dreams, Deep Blue Sea and Space Odyssey. Available for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, prices are respectively 2,440 baht, 1,560 baht and 2,960 baht.
More at digitaldelicious.net.
Starbucks celebrates the opening of its largest store in Thailand at IconSiam. The Starbucks Reserve is the first to also serve food and alcoholic beverages while the Muan Jai coffee blend from Northern Thailand is available as well. Located here also is the Teavana bar for customers seeking a reimagined tea experience.
Find out more at starbucks.co.th.
Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin celebrates its fourth consecutive year being awarded one Michelin star. For the occasion, and the winter season, chef Chayawee Suthcharitchan and chef Henrik Yde-Andersen have curated four, six and eight-course Winter Journey menus. Available until the end of March, prices start at 1,850 baht for four courses, 2,600 baht for six courses and 3,200 baht for eight courses. Additional beverage pairing is also available.
Make reservations now at 0-2162-9000.
ALATi, the Mediterranean restaurant at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok has reopened for in-dining services. However for those who prefer eating at home, it unveils the Up the Road three-course set menus from France, Spain, Italy and Turkey. Priced at 990 baht, each set is cooked to order and is available as a takeaway or for delivery via Line Man and Foodpanda.
Igniv Bangkok takes over the Lounge at St Regis offering diners a chance to experience the culinary skills of chefs David Hartwig and Arne Riehn without having to go full scale with Igniv’s popular sharing-style fine dining experience. Served from 8am to 8pm daily, the takeover menu will feature a la carte savoury snacks, light dishes, drinks and more.
Reserve now at 0-2207-7822.
The Pantry at W Bangkok has revamped its look, now with a vibrant, light and fresh space inspired by the Pak Klong Talad flower market. The menu offers healthy food options and more to indulge. Highlights are the immune booster bowl which features quinoa, feta cheese, kalamata olives tossed in spices and more, and the So Green smoothie, a concoction comprising kale, spinach, avocado among other greens. Expect wraps, bowls, salads, smoothies and refreshing drinks. Food and beverage are available for both dine in and takeaway.
For further details check out fb.com/wbangkok.
Yamazato celebrates the blossoming of spring with a choice of special gozen lunch platters and a multi-course kaiseki dinner featuring ultra-fresh seasonal ingredients such as firefly squid, Spanish mackerel and Sakura shrimp. The gozen lunch is priced at 1,600 baht while the kaiseki dinner is 4,700 baht.
Call 0-2687-9000 for more.
Cote by Mauro Colagreco at the riverside Capella Bangkok invites guests to experience its new Escapade lunch menu. Specialising in coastal cuisines from the French and Italian Riviera, the menu is an exclusive lunch service served Wednesday to Sunday from 12pm to 2pm. Comprising four courses priced at 1,500 baht per person, guests can also enjoy a cheese spread and wine by the glass, available at additional costs.
For information and reservations, call the hotel at 0-2098-3818.
Nestled on Nai Yang beach, the Slate is just a 10-minute drive from Phuket Airport. Designed by Bill Bensley, guests arrive at a resort that blends the island’s industrial tin mining heritage with avant garde design. With the new Long Stay promotion, residents can enjoy a rewarding and relaxing stay for a minimum of seven nights in a choice of stylish suites or villas. The promotion starts from 4,500 baht a night for a minimum of seven consecutive nights. Another package is the Ultimate Villa, a three-day, two-night stay in a choice of one of the resort’s villas. Prices start at 46,000 baht.
Learn more at theslatephuket.com.
137 Pillars Suites & Residences Bangkok introduces an exclusive private art tour, a new creative initiative to inspire a deeper exploration of the Bangkok art scene. Curated by art guru Panu Boonpipattanapong, guests are invited to a private special access tour to the homes of artists, collectors, galleries and fun workshops at select locations. Look forward to the chance to explore the personal galleries of some of the country’s biggest collectors such as renowned designer and architect Bill Bensley, who has built himself a studio on the grounds of his home Baan Botanica, and has a collection of over 100 pieces including his own paintings. The art tour includes a two-night stay in a luxury suite of choice, breakfast, a half-day art tour of four to five galleries and much more. Priced at 40,500 baht, a seven-day advance reservation is required.
More information at 137pillarsbangkok.com.
Banyan Tree Krabi unveils a new spa boasting a unique hydrotherapy facility and eight treatment rooms, each of which has been fitted with a selection of coloured lighting designed to help enhance the well-being of each individual. As part of the resort’s grand opening last October, promotions for spa treatments are available to hotel guests and applies to bookings until the end of April.
Find out more at banyantree.com.
The Resort Villa Rayong, an all-inclusive, eco-friendly, eight-villa private haven, has won its third consecutive victory in the Luxury Private Pool Villa category of the World Luxury Hotel Awards. Covering 14,000 square metres, the eight individual villas are only available to a single group of up to 18 guests to ensure utter exclusivity and privacy and features an indoor/outdoor cinema, games room, fully equipped gym, a full-service spa and more. A unique feature on its grounds is a 15-metre aquarium with over 800 fish of 50 different species. The chefs can prepare culinary offerings served at 11 dining areas and four different bars across the resort.
Check theresortvilla.com for more.
So Sofitel Hua Hin expands its Imaginative Escape concept, going outside the resort and inviting guests to explore the region’s natural splendours and local experiences. With the newly launched SO Explorer guest experience programme, two attractions are highlighted: Khao Nang Phanthurat, a lush forest park with walking trails of 300 metres and 3.5 kilometres, and the Nayang bat cave for a pre-dinner sunset cocktail with a view of over two million bats spectacularly leaving the cave.
Call 0-3270-9555 for more.
GranMonte in Khao Yai offers a long-stay package for getaway pursuits. For a minimum of seven nights and options of three room types, prices start at 20,580 baht. Package benefits include a 10 per cent discount on food at the VinCotto restaurant and a 5 per cent discount at the GranMonte shop. Activities included in the package range from a tour of the vineyard and wine tasting, half-day visits at the national park and more.
Add Line ID winecottage for more information.
S Hotels and Resorts’ fun and free-spirited lifestyle brand SAii opens its first two resorts in Thailand: SAii Laguna Phuket and SAii Phi Phi Island Village. The new resorts aim to attract experience-seeking explorers who value personal freedom, authentic encounters, and a sense of discovery. With selections designed to make the most out of the experience, the resort has plenty to offer in terms of F&B and wellness concepts.
Book now at hello.SAiiresorts.com.