Anantara Bangkok Sathorn is good place for meetingsWe stayed there for 3 nights from 8 to 10 Feb 2015 for a workshop. The room is spacious sitting room with dining/meeting table. It is extremely big. The rooftop restaurant on 38 Floor was really a wonderful for drink and dine. The food was good, a bit expensive in Bangkok. The meeting room Sathorn I on level 1 probably, a very quite place for workshop. The logistics were excellent.
Good experience but a bit pricey.Branch: Siam paragon, ground floorPro- Very friendly staff- Complimentary bread with nice cheese and olive. (Refillable)- Good location, Excellent atmosphere- Menu with picture (but portion is smaller than you expect)Cons- Expensive. For example, they served only imported mineral water. - Small portion- Salty (for my taste)
Good viewWe got to know that our hotel had a kind of sky restaurant on the 37 floor. We had a go. The ambiance is comfortable and you can sit on the terrace overlooking Bangkok. The food was good and the service ok. The evening overall went well, but could be done some improvement, especially some training for the staff.
Still LearningWe were in the restaurant at Siam Paragon groundfloor. To begin with something nice the kitchen is good and some dishes are sophisticated, but we didnt enjoy our meal.We had four dishes. We started with a salad with tomato, mozarella and avocado and told the staff we want to share this. Good staff would have asked if they should serve on two plates but not here. We got the salad and divided by ourselves no problem. Then we asked for olive oil and balsamico. After asking for these two ingredients one man came with olive oil and did drip some over our salad, he left and we had to ask again for balsamico. The same procedure.After the salad we had a minestrone soup we also told the stuff we want to share. We had to ask after serving for small bowls to share again no offer to serve in two portions. The soup looked as if it was the last serving and they had to fill it with water. It looked watery. The vegetables were cut fine but their taste was overwhelmed by the tas...