With a 24-hour business centre, the hotel features a pillar-free ballroom, three mid-size meeting rooms and a boardroom, capable of seating between 50 and 600 people.
"Kempinski is delighted to open such a magnificent property in the heart of what many people consider to be Asia's most vibrant and colourful city," said Kempinski president and chief executive Reto Wittwer. "I'm optimistic that the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok with its strategic location and beautifully appointed facilities will become one of Kempinski's more sought after and acclaimed properties."
The hotel includes the Brasserie Europa fine dining restaurant, T Lounge and the 1897 whisky bar and cigar court. The Sra Bua modern Thai dining restaurant and Kempinski The Spa will open in a few weeks' time.