Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park has embarked on a new voyage with the launch of Sirimahannop, a replica of the Royal Thai Navy’s last three-masted sailing ship from the reign of King Rama V (1868-1910).
The floating event venue – which transports guests back to a prosperous bygone era of Thai trade and heritage – is permanently docked at Asiatique The Riverfront.
Sirimahannop can accommodate up to 300 guests across two levels: the Upper Deck and Lower Deck.
The Upper Deck is an al fresco space where up to 200 people can soak up river views. Casual stool seating runs along the starboard side, and live bands, performances, and themed parties can be arranged for private buyouts.
Descending to the Lower Deck, the indoor zone can hold up to 100 guests seated. There are also two private rooms that can cater for up to six people each.
Guests can also expect epicurean adventures, including handcrafted cocktails, signature drinks and light shared plates that reflect the ship’s historical global trade routes, with a fusion of the finest ingredients from Thailand, Europe and other ports of call.