More than 60 years ago, Mr Shiv Nath Rai Bajaj chose to move from India to Thailand. After several years of successful trading, he decided to enter the world of hospitality business together with his sons. In 1990, the construction of the hotel began with the help of the Rembrandt’s first General Manager, Mr Heinrich Stocker, who contributed great technical and strategic support. Later in 1992, the construction expanded leading to the creation of a 30-story apartment tower, known today as the “Rembrandt Serviced Apartments".
Official Opening in 1993
Rembrandt Hotel & Towers’ official opening took place at the end of July 1993. This date marked the launching of our elegant luxury first class hotel situated in the city centre of Bangkok, Thailand. Guests can choose from Superior, Deluxe, and Executive Floor Rooms or Executive Suite, Terrace Suite, Rembrandt and Presidential Suites. All rooms have a panoramic view and contain one or two large bathrooms with shower and bath tub, LCD TV, DVD player, Mini bar, in-room safety box, air conditioning, and 24 hours room service.
The hotel’s facilities include a large L-shaped swimming pool, fully-equipped gym, the exquisite Spa at Rembrandt, along with a wide variety of dining facilities. The Rang Mahal our award winning rooftop Indian restaurant and Senior Pico for festive South of the Border dining were the hotel’s first dining facilities, followed in 1998 with the Red Pepper our appealing Thai restaurant. In 2003 we added da Vinci for delicious Italian fare at an excellent price.
Facilities for meetings and conferences
In addition, Rembrandt Hotel & Towers offers a ballroom, pre-function, conference and boardrooms. The flexibility of these rooms makes our hotel an ideal choice for business meetings, conferences, training, weddings and dinner dances.
Complete renovation and redecoration
In 2007, a complete redecoration and renovation of all hotel rooms and public rooms began, which finished in summer 2009. Our beautiful, new Rembrandt Hotel & Towers awaits you. Come be our guest.