The Ritz-Carlton Residences Bangkok

The Ritz-Carlton Residences Bangkok

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Comprising 194 freehold residences in a luxury mixed-use development, The luxurious Ritz-Carlton Residences will be Bangkok’s first world-class architectural landmark and the tallest building in the city.

Ideally located in Bangkok‘s central business district on Ratchanakarin Road between Silom and Sathorn Roads, the development is connected to Chongnonsee skytrain station as well as the Bangkok Rapid Transit bus service.

Rising 77 floors over Bangkok, MahaNakhon is a brand new building and the 194 freehold Ritz-Carlton Residences are available from level 23 to 73.

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On the lower levels will be the Ritz Carlton Hotel and select retail outlets providing residents with unrivalled convenience.

The architectural concept is by OMA, one of the top 5 World-class Architects, and the interior concept is by David Collins Studio, a world renowned Interior Designer.

Residents will enjoy an entire private floor of facilities and the entire property will be professionally managed by The Ritz-Carlton.

Impeccably trained staff will provide concierge services, valet parking, security, doorman and porter services. Other hotel services, such as housekeeping and in-home dining and pet services, are also available on your doorstep.

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The Ritz Carlton Residences Bangkok are ready to move in to now

For qualified purchasers up to 70% finance may be available.

Please contact us on for further details including a brochure and floorplans as well as latest availability and prices


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