It’s time you met Haven’t Met

sleep October 05, 2017 19:00

By The Nation

New Thai hospitality brand Haven’t Met offers modern travellers a fresh holiday experience with a hi-tech stay in Bangkok’s Silom district.



As convenient as can be, the hotel uses integrated technology to connect guests and their destinations with a dedicated custom-travel application and complimentary use of 4G connected interactive in-room tablets. 

You can call up a map of the area, the hotel directory, the restaurant and room service and even stream music via Joox, and there’s a dedicated chat-room for guests to compare notes on great sights and activities around town. 

“Gen Y travellers want a convenient, stylish place to stay as a base to venture out and really experience a city like Bangkok,” says executive director Patrick Pratummanee. 

“They focus on what to see, what to do and what’s new. They also look for the best photo opportunities so they can share travel experience on their social networks.”

Haven’t Met Silom seamlessly incorporates all these highlights through its app so that guests can share ideas and inspirations before, during and after their trip. 

There are five themes, one to fit any lifestyle. 

Eat Bangkok takes guests on culinary journeys with dining destinations to suit every budget and taste, whether authentic Thai, Japanese, Korean, Italian or Indian. 

Play Bangkok offers a variety of adrenaline-fuelled activities such as racing, laser tagging, trampolining and even skiing their way around the Thai capital. 

Learn Bangkok focuses on experiences that encourage travellers to develop new skills or stretch their minds with “learning by doing” activities. 

Shop Bangkok takes guests on magical mystery retail-therapy tours, from eclectic markets to upscale boutiques in high-end lifestyle malls.

And Party Bangkok ups the ante for night owls, exploring the city’s exciting nightlife and discovering some of the most hip and happening after-dark hotspots. 

“In a city as varied as Bangkok the key to a memorable stay is being able to choose the experiences you enjoy the most,” Pratummanee adds. 

“Exploring local and international attractions, discovering the history and traditions of the city, or diving into contemporary culture – that’s what travel is all about. Haven’t Met Silom introduces you to the many faces of Bangkok.” 

Learn more at www.Facebook.com/haventmetbangkok.