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The Dusit Thani, Hotel and Fine Dining in the Heart of Bangkok.


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Located in the heart of Bangkok’s business, shopping and entertainment district, The Dusit Thani, Bangkok has made a name for itself as one of the city’s finest hotels. Amongst its 517 luxurious appointed guest rooms are its unique Thai Heritage Suites that bear distinctive decorative motifs from this rich culture. State-of-the-art business and fitness facilities, as well as the essential amenities, make your time here a pleasure.

Complementing these, the hotel boasts fine food and beverage outlets to suit the most demanding of tastes. The jewel in Dusit Thani’s culinary crown is its French fine dining restaurant D’Sens. This remarkable restaurant was modelled on the famous Le Jardin des Sens in Montpellier, France-one of the only 27 restaurants in France to be awarded three prestigious Michelin stars. D’Sens was created by twin brothers Jacques and Laurent Pourcel, hailed by gourmands around the globe as two of the world’s finest chefs.

Influenced by their home province of Languedoc in southern France, the brothers have produced a menu combining Mediterranean-style cooking with carefully selected Thai ingredients. The result is a truly memorable dining experience redolent with exciting tastes and dramatic flavours.

Unsurprisingly, gastronomes have been flocking to D’Sens since it opened in 2004. Insurpassable cuisine demands divine decor: at D’Sens the interiors were created by international designer, Imaad Rhamouni. Pass through a spectacular curtain of handcrafted glass beads before being guided to a private booth, decked with leather banquettes and chairs, posed on Paul Smith carpets. Admire huge aquariums full of tropical fish or the breathtaking views of the city and Lumpini Park below.

After dinner, enjoy drinks at Dusit Thani’s MyBar-a wild mix of modern decor with illuminated white glass and polished metal trims. sit back in MyBar’s plush lounge and lap up live jazz from the resident band. When the band takes a break and the DJ appears, groove to R&B and pop tunes before calling it a fabulous night.

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