The Okura Prestige Bangkok Review

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The Okura Prestige Bangkok is a 5-star hotel in Bangkok’s leading commercial district. 

Its Asian design style blends the best elements of Thai and Japanese cultures. 

With BTS Phloen Chit station just outside, travelling to other areas of Bangkok will be easy.

We’ll show you all the best features at The Okura Prestige so you can have the ultimate stay in Bangkok.

Rooms and Amenities

Prestige club Okura Prestige Bangkok
Prestige club room

If you want real luxury, look for the Prestige Club rooms.

They are the more high-end rooms at the hotel.

Inside, the decor is well balanced with light tones tha create an intimate atmosphere. 

Every room features a large bathtub and picture windows with impressive city views. 

Prestige suite bath Okura Prestige Bangkok
Bathroom in Prestige suite

The Presidential Suite is for VIPs who want the best of everything.

It features a spacious living area overlooking Bangkok’s skyline. 

The suite’s dining area can seat eight guests and comes with a private pantry. 

In the master bath, you’ll find an oversized tub, walk-in shower, and Bvlgari bath products. 

Both Presitege Club rooms and Presidential suite guests have VIP access to the exclusive Okura Club Lounge. 

Presidential suite Okura Prestige Bangkok
Presidential suite

Restaurants & Bars

Up & Above Bar
Up & Above Bar

The Okura Prestige features two award-winning restaurants, including Michelin-starred Elements. 

Elements serve award-winning French Cuisine using both Japanese and French ingredients. 

Watch the chefs prepare their dishes in the culinary theater show kitchen. 

For more Japanese cuisines, check out Yamazoto.

It’s the hotel’s award-winning signature Japanese restaurant. 

They offer teppanyaki grilled meats as well as fresh seafood from Tokyo’s Toyuso market. 

For the most popular hangout spot, Up and Above Bar’s outdoor terrace is the place to be.

From afternoon tea to evening cocktails, it always draws a crowd.  

  • Best Dining: Elements, Up and Above, Yamazoto


Swimming pool Okura Prestige Bangkok
Swimming pool

The hotel’s cantilevered swimming pool offers the best pool views in Bangkok. 

It’s the perfect place to relax, swim, or cool off after a long, hot day.

Another private sanctuary is the Okura Spa, where guest’s comfort is the top priority. 

They offer a variety of treatments and use only organic oils, teas, and balms. 

If you have a meeting, party, and special event, vanues are available for this as well. 

Okura Prestige have events consultants to ensure your event is a success. 

  • Highlights: Swimming Pool, Okura Spa, meeting & event spaces

Places Nearby

Okura Prestige Bangkok is located in Pathumwan, Bangkok’s busiest shopping district. 

High class shopping malls like Central Embassy and Central Chidlom are just 5 minutes walk from the hotel.

For a bit of nature, Lumphini Park is a 15 minute walk away. 

But the real fun is at Nana Plaza.

This is one of th best red light districts in Bangkok, so make sure you check it out.

  • Places: Lumphini Park, shopping malls, Nana Plaza


  • Rating: 5 stars
  • Address:  57 Witthayu Rd, Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailan

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For more luxury rooms, have a look at our list of 5-star hotels in Bangkok.


What’s the best room at The Okura Prestige Bangkok for groups?

The best room for groups at The Okura Prestige is the Presidential Suite.

As you walk in, you’ll immediately notice the panoramic city views.

There’s also a large living room and a complimentary minibar.

You can entertain up to eight people in the suite’s dining room.

In case you have girls with you, make use of the luxurious master bath which features a large tub and a walk-in shower.

What’s the best room at The Okura Prestige Bangkok for couples?

The best room for couples is the Prestige Club room.

You’ll love the king bed overlooking the city through large panoramic windows.

Also, enjoy the grand bathtub with your girl.


Connected to Ploen Chit BTSPoor Wifi
Elements Michelin star restaurantRestaurants too expensive
Friendly staff
Very clean

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