Siam InterContinental Bangkok private suite for entertaining

Title

Siam InterContinental Bangkok private suite for entertaining

Description

Thai motifs are found throughout the hotel. Common motifs include: the flame, the lotus, the fight between the serpent Naga and the Monkey God, the royal hunt for the mythical jeweled leopard, Thai silk, gold leaf, mirror mosaic, brass, carved wood, and beading. “Both the guest rooms and public rooms are miniature museums of Thailand’s traditional arts” (Quotation from A Room with a World View). The hotel was in operation from 1966-2002.

Architecture by Joseph P. Salerno, AIA (1915-1981).

Interiors designed by Neal Prince.

Creator

Prince, Neal A.

Contributor

Salerno, Joseph P.

Date

1966

Subject

Inter-Continental Hotels and Resorts
Hotels--Thailand--Bangkok
Interior decoration
Hotels--Decoration

Cocktails
Waiters

Rights

Neal A. Prince Special Collection & Archives, New York School of Interior Design, New York, NY, United States

Coverage

Bangkok, Thailand

Files

Bangkok_Hotel_Private Suite for Entertainment 001.jpg

Citation

Prince, Neal A., “Siam InterContinental Bangkok private suite for entertaining,” Designing the Luxury Hotel: Neal Prince and the Inter-Continental Brand, accessed January 27, 2023, https://nealprince.omeka.net/items/show/74.

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