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Ocean Urban Lounge and Boutique Resort

  • Ocean Urban Lounge and Boutique Resort

Another hip spot for dinner and drinks has just popped up on Sukhumvit Soi 33. Ocean Urban Lounge and Boutique Resort goes for a beach-club-cum resort atmosphere, with eight rooms, one restaurant and a bar. The laidback Ocean Gastro Tapas bar serves up Mediterranean and Asian fusion courtesy of Chef Jacobo Astray. On the club side, the bar offers cocktails from mixologist Joseph Boroski and lets you choose between indoor and poolside seating. We were told the club will soon be expanded to the basement floor, too. Give the bar a try with any of their daily promotions, including Thursday Ladies’ Night offering free-flow sangria from 6-8pm and a complimentary medicure-pedicure by the pool.  

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Phone: 02-261-2800
Ocean Urban Lounge and Boutique Resort, 7 Sukhumvit Soi 33, Bangkok, Thailand

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