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The St. Regis Bangkok Hotel Review: At Bangkok's lavish St. Regis outpost, guest rooms feature exceptional extras, such as floor-to-ceiling windows with unobstructed views, beds outfitted with hypoallergenic feather pillows and 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets, marble bathrooms with rainforest showers, refreshment centers and LCD TVs with in-room movies and cable. In addition, standard amenities include wired and wireless Internet access (for a fee), radio alarm clocks, scales and additional phones in the bathrooms. A variety of decadent suite-style accommodations are also available, with the premier lodgings being the St. Regis Residences. Each of these accommodations boasts four bedrooms, modern Asian décor, marble floors, an extravagant living room with home theater system and 42-inch LCD TV, private balconies and a fully equipped kitchen and wine bar with complimentary house-selected spirits and bar service. Guests at the hotel can also enjoy a wealth of facilities, such as a glass-walled, 24-hour exercise room, a fifteenth-floor pool and the intimate on-site Elemis Spa. In addition, the hotel caters to corporate travelers with a 24-hour, full-service, staffed business center. For food and wine, the St. Regis is above par. Among its eclectic collection of restaurants, guests will find Decanter, an elegant gentleman’s-club-inspired wine bar; Zuma, which features a contemporary interpretation of izakaya, or Japanese-style informal eating and drinking; JoJo, serving Italian fare paired with fine wines; The Drawing Room, a lobby lounge ideal for casual afternoon tea or evening cocktails; Viu, a panoramic dining room that offers international cuisine; and The St. Regis Bar, a sophisticated lounge that serves light fare in a New York City-inspired setting.