We aim to provide that discerning group of travelers with something which is instantly recognizable and appreciated. We define Style as being authentic, detailed, seamless, textured, unpretentious and natural with a personality that exudes innate individuality and The Old Bangkok Inn fulfills and surpasses each of these qualities.
Bangkok, Thailand (PRWEB) August 22, 2008
Thailand inStyle is pleased to announce the inclusion of The Old Bangkok Inn to its highly selective portfolio of hotels and boutique hotels in Thailand. A former palace and located in the heart of Rattanakosin island - not in fact an island but at the very heart of Bangkok's historical and cultural centre - the building that now houses the Old Bangkok Inn was left to decay and in a highly dilapidated state became a noodle house before being fully renovated and reincarnated into the 10-room Bangkok Inn.
But why has The Bangkok Inn been selected by Thailand inStyle?
The eclectic traveler of today looks for experiences that reflect their own tastes and values.
Miguel Cunat, CEO of Thailand inStyle, said, "We aim to provide that discerning group of travelers with something which is instantly recognizable and appreciated. We define Style as being authentic, detailed, seamless, textured, unpretentious and natural with a personality that exudes innate individuality and The Old Bangkok Inn fulfills and surpasses each of these qualities."
"If you like a hotel to be more like a home, then you'll love the Old Bangkok Inn," wrote Lisa Rosenfeld, TIME Magazine, June 6, 2006.
In its selection process, Thailand inStyle evaluates hotels, boutique hotels and villas in Thailand, pigeon-holing the chosen few in various different categories, from ultra innovative and hip through to properties that exude traditional and cultural values.
In Thailand inStyle's properties, you may find properties that are faded but you wont find properties that are jaded. Location of the residence is also an important factor.
The Old Bangkok Inn staff are always at-hand to offer helpful advise and the most practical options where transport is concerned and how to avoid Bangkok's notorious traffic.
Suffice to say that your best options are on the doorstep in the form of Bangkok canal ferries (a truly InStyle mode of transport upon which to navigate Bangkok) and the Chao Phraya River Ferries, both of which are extremely cheap, highly efficient, sometimes a little dramatic and a great way to see the Venice of the East.
"Steering guests away from gas-guzzling taxis and toward alternative forms of transport is just one way the Old Bangkok Inn is actively distinguishing itself as an urban green hotel - one of the increasing number of places that are adopting that strategy," wrote Jennifer Conlin, New York Times, March 16, 2008.
Thailand inStyle also provides concierge services such as chauffeur driven cars, expert guides and a wealth of local travel advise all designed to ensure that guests can sit back and derive maximum satisfaction from their time in Thailand.
For further information refer to http://www.thailandinstyle.com.
About Thailand inStyle:
Thailand inStyle is a Bangkok based travel company specializing in preparing interesting alternatives and ideas which are "out of the box." and which provide a conversational currency long after the holiday itself has finished.