Bangkok, Thailand, June 4, 2020 / TRAVELINDEX / As hotels across the globe are preparing to reopen, one luxury Bangkok property has decided to let guests bring the best parts of a stay to your home. lebua Hotels & Resorts is launchings a “Hotel to Home” program that helps those itching to travel have a five-star experience without leaving the house.
Enjoy Michelin-starred room service, professional turndown and more with lebua’s new Hotel to Home program.
Beginning July 1st, lebua Hotels & Resorts is offering the Hotel to Home program to bring the luxury retreat experience to your residence. From a gourmet seven-course meal complete with wine pairings to floral arrangements, the services of a babysitter, and a mood-setting turndown, the experience harnesses the in-house expertise of the award-winning, all-suite lebua at State Tower to help treat homebound patrons to a bit of what hotel junkies have been missing. The hope is that the program “will instill confidence among our customers (and) hopefully help bring hospitality back,” says Deepak Ohri, CEO of lebua Hotels & Resorts.
What does that entail exactly? The program allows individuals to experience all of the wonders of lebua’s vertical destination at home, including a seven-course Michelin-ranked meal by either chef Ryuki Kawaski (Mezzaluna) or chef Vincent Thiery (Chef’s Table). One of them will prepare a decadent meal with wine pairings and Champagne aperitif. Also, you get the lebua exclusive tea and coffee service team, a sommelier or mixologist, babysitting service for four hours, a flower arrangement by the in-house florist, and turndown service.
If interested, you can call or email the property for booking starting July 1. A member of the team will discuss details like the infrastructure of your home, menu enhancements, preferences, etc. The hotel then issues the proposal and finalizes all details. Before arrival, all staff undergoes a health screening to ensure everyone is healthy and safe. Finally, the team will create, cook, and serve guests a bespoke menu in their home, leaving the host to relax and spend time with their guests.
“Hotel to Home is to bring the luxury and a level of comfort to our customers in their own homes,” said Deepak Ohri, CEO of lebua Hotels & Resorts, in a statement. “This will instill confidence among our customers, which will hopefully bring hospitality back.”