Shama Sukhumvit Bangkok offers resort within a city ambience

V. Sivaji | September 27, 2022 | 0 | Hotels , Live , News , Special features , Spotlight , Travel , Travel Buzz

Located smack in the heart of the hustle and bustle of the Sukhumvit district in Bangkok, is the  Shama Sukhumvit Bangkok managed by ONYX Hospitality Group.

However, the “resort within a city” solace ambience offers serviced apartments in a lush tropical gardens setting which makes it a unique in itself for guests.

The 18-storey serviced apartment offers some 90 contemporary accommodation catering for both business and leisure travellers.

What more, Shama Sukhumvit Bangkok was also named as the “Best Service Apartment Operator” in Asia.

Among their facilities include a clubhouse, rooftop swimming pool, fitness centre, kids area, yoga and meditation rooms.

Their apartments come in single bedroom facility, two bedded apartment, three bedded  (138 sq. and 170 sq.m) and ultimately the 3 bedded apartment deluxe terrace measuring 200 sq.m for big families.

The apartments are fully equipped with kitchenette, LCD TV, Wi-Fi facilities, Hi-Fi audio system, electronic safe, in-room washer and dryer.

Other services include the daily maid, concierge, DVD library, business centre, and also airport transfer.

Shama Sukhumvit Bangkok is led by its general manager Ms Pauline Chua who comes with many years of experience in the hospitality industry.

This in itself is outstanding, as a Malaysian is leading the hotel team in the Thai capital. What more, she is in charge of two more properties, namely Emmaline Hotel Nan and the Shama Ekamai Bangkok.


She is assisted by senior sales manager, Ms Kanjana Hongkum or fondly known as KJ among friends.

The duo can be seen busy attending to travellers and long stay guests to ensure their comforts and well-being.

“We are popular with the guests from the Middle East as they prefer Bangkok for medical tourism. Even during the pandemic, we had guests who came here for medical tourism purposes,” said Pauline to Penang Hyperlocal.

She has been in the hotel industry for the past 28 years and this is her third stint returning to Bangkok for work.

Getting to meet people from all parts of the world, Pauline can also be dubbed the “mini ambassador of Penang in Bangkok” as also never fails to promote her hometown among these travellers. Upon her advice, many have of them have travelled to the Pearl of the Orient to extend their holidays in this part of the world.

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