The Ember Hotel celebrates the philosophy of creating exceptional experiences in a contemporary setting. Blending modern decor inspired by its heritage, the hotel evokes memories from the past in a luxury setting.
The creative column design of The Ember Hotel is a reflection of the ten heritage shophouses previously in the hotel’s location. The unique layered and textured brick facade is inspired by the native Tako tree, ornately designed as an abstract interpretation of trimmed branches that twist and bend. Each and every one of the bricks in the facade of The Ember Hotel was made by and sourced from local artisanal workers in Chiang Mai.
The Ember Hotel weaves fire and steel into a stellar 3D design concept, inspired by the historical significance of the Tani neighborhood with a modern twist.
The charcoal alleyway leading to the hotel’s reception, gives a nod to the charcoal used by the Javanese satay hawkers in the past. The Tako tree of the hotel’s facade is a tree native to the area, and the intricately designed metal screens woven into the interior of the hotel are inspired by the old steel screens used on the neighborhood shophouses years ago as a measure of safety.
A perfect balance and blend of culture and design, The Ember Hotel offers an exceptional city getaway in Bangkok Old Town.