KASARA EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGES
At Anantara, we know that the more you travel, the more life's little luxuries become absolute necessities. The Kasara experience has been specifically designed to meet the desires and needs of travellers accustomed to exclusive privileges and luxurious experiences.
Our Kasara guests can soak up the Kasara Experience throughout the day. Breakfast is served from 6.30 am – 10.30 am, followed by complimentary soft drinks and light snacks. Our hospitality continues in the evening with canapés and drinks served over mesmerising views of a sunset over Bangkok.
Exclusively for Kasara guests, a selection of local and international newspapers on our iPads keep you updated with the latest information from around the world.
Take a moment to meet with our Kasara Concierge as he highlights the best of Bangkok in excursions, entertainment, dining and latest events for you to explore.
Whether you want to book a sought-after restaurant, to find a place to celebrate a special occasion, to coordinate travel itineraries or personalised shopping, or to organise a party or a business meeting, the Kasara Concierge is your unique personal assistant helping you to make the most of your time at Anantara.
Kasara Executive Privileges are available exclusively to guests staying in Kasara Room and Suite categories.
KASARA EXECUTIVE LOUNGE
6.30 am – 10.30 am
Snacks and Refreshments
11.00 am – 5.00 pm
Canapés and Drinks
6.00 pm – 8.00 pm
Located on the 32nd to 35th floors, our spacious Kasara Rooms and Suites are designed in contemporary style with elite amenities, while a private balcony offers a perfect vantage point over Bangkok’s dramatic cityscape. All rooms and suites come with access to the Kasara Experience with exclusive benefits.
- Welcome drink on arrival
- Complimentary international newspapers on iPads
- Concierge services
- Daily breakfast service
- Evening cocktails and canapés
- All-day snacks and refreshments
- Daily complimentary laundry services up to THB 500 per day
- Express lounge check-out service