The Okura Prestige Bangkok is Back in Operation with Attractive Offers and New Services
All at The Okura Prestige Bangkok are pleased to announce that the hotel will open its doors to guests once again from 2 July 2020. During its closure the hotel was certified by Thailand’s Safety and Health Administration (SHA) and cited for its sanitation and safety standards. Additional measures are currently in place to provide a comfortable yet safe environment for all guests and visitors as the health of the patrons of the hotel is always of primary concern.
Please visit our website (https://www.okurabangkok.com/covid-19-update) to learn more about our additional measures to provide a safe and clean environment.
The hotel is looking forward to welcoming locals and expatriates wanting a relaxed stay in a great downtown location. Particularly attractive is our special “Buy one get one Free!” offer, which is available for bookings and stays between 2 July and 31 August 2020. Priced at Baht 6,600++ per night for a Deluxe Room, it is inclusive of a choice of daily Japanese set breakfast at our signature Yamazato Japanese restaurant or an international set breakfast at Up & Above Restaurant or in the comfort of your room, complimentary stay for children under 12 years (maximum 2 children per room) with extra bed and daily breakfast and best of all, a complimentary late check-out until 16:00 (subject to availability).
At Up & Above restaurant guest can enjoy the all you can eat lunch with the first diner paying the full price and the second paying just Baht 88++ while all you can eat dinner the second person paying Baht 888++, available from 2 -31 July 2020. The all you can eat lunch menu start from Baht 1,200++ per person and all you can eat dinner menus start from Baht 1,800++ per person.
Next door at Up & Above Bar, Executive Chef Sebastiaan Hoogewerf has created a refreshing Lavender Afternoon Tea for two to enjoy. Available from 2 July until 30 September 2020, the delicacies include mixed berry macarons, blackcurrant bon bon, Hokkaido mousse, blackcurrant jelly and almond financier, coconut mousse and lavender yuzu jelly, dark cherry coconut crumble, blueberry and yuzu tart, yoghurt panacotta with forest berries, purple potato sorbet and organic blueberry scones with clotted cream, jams and marmalade. All go exceptionally well with Mariage Frères teas or fresh-brewed coffee. Priced from Baht 1,400++ inclusive of coffee or tea for 2 persons.
Master Chef Shigeru Hagiwara at Michelin Plate restaurant Yamazato is serving special Gozen lunch and Kaiseki dinner treats to celebrate the traditional Tanabata Star Festival during 2 – 26 July 2020. A number of the dishes feature decorations and ingredients with a Tanabata theme, such as seasonal corn, sweet fish, cutlass fish and pike eel. In addition to delicious soups and noodles, also on offer are wonderfully fresh sashimi, tempura and grilled dishes. Diners can enjoy a Gozen starter of smoked duck, mussels, baby corn and star-shaped paprika with yogurt egg yolk sauce, and a soup of shrimp, shimeji mushrooms and glass noodles with vegetables. Highlights of the 9-course Kaiseki dinner include vermicelli with seasonal sweet fish (ayu), a hearty soup of pike eel dumplings, and a grilled dish of Spanish mackerel and beef with leek miso sauce. Priced at Baht 1,600++ for Gozen lunch and Baht 4,700++ for Kaiseki dinner.
Yamazato also introduces a selection of dishes that you can order to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. Menu items include salads, grilled dishes, fried dishes, rice dishes, sushi rolls, teppanyaki, bento and donburi. Recommended items are deep-fried oyster with breadcrumbs and Ebiten maki roll. For beef lovers, premium Japanese black cattle sirloin from Kagoshima Prefecture comes with steamed rice. Bento and donburi selections include stir-fried ginger pork bento, salmon & salmon roe donburi, grilled eel donburi, pork loin cutlet donburi and much more. To order please contact 02 687 9000 or email email@example.com between 11:30 – 14:30 and 17:30 – 21:30 (Pick up at Yamazato Restaurant). Prices start from Baht 300. Delivery can be arranged by 3rd party delivery service such as Line Man or Grab. Delivery cost will be charged according to your location.
Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% government tax (except for takeaway and delivery menu at Yamazato and La Pâtisserie, which are exempt from service charge but include 7% government tax).