Founded in 2010, Soho Hospitality is a Bangkok based integrated creative studio & restaurant group delivering compelling hospitality experiences from concept to design, development and management.
As an off-shot of a pure play interior design company, Soho Hospitality’s in-house interior design studio conceptualizes hospitality projects for global brands such as Accor, Starwood, IHG, Mövenpick, Anantara, Dusit, Centara and Taj amongst others.
Our fast growing portfolio of owned F&B venues (Above Eleven; Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology; Havana Social) ranges from high-end fun dining to fast casual and is realized by our seasoned F&B team.
Soho Hospitality’s in-depth knowledge of conceptualizing, designing, developing & asset managing hospitality projects across the board allows us to not only create stunning designs but practical, functional and most importantly financially sound projects with a strong focus on delivering the best possible yields and ROIs for our clients and partners.
Since 2016 Soho Hospitality has been listed as the preferred designer for InterContinental Hotels, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, Dusit International, Anantara Hotels & Resorts, Centara Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Worldwide & Accor’s upscale & luxury brands.
we deliver not only stunning designs but practical, functional and most importantly financially sound projects
Soho Hospitality Developments
Soho Hospitality’s development arm owns, operates and asset manages hotels and restaurants in Thailand.
Soho Hospitality is the developer of the 163 keys Fraser Suites Sukhumvit property in Bangkok, Thailand, managed by Frasers Hospitality from Singapore.
Soho Hospitality entered the F&B business in 2012 with the development of Above Eleven, a Peruvian Japanese rooftop bar & restaurant in Bangkok which quickly became one of the most popular venues in Bangkok with an average of 14,000 customers per month. Above Eleven has recently been voted best outdoor venue in Bangkok 2014 by BK Magazine and was featured on the cover page of WHERE Magazine Thailand.
In December 2013 Soho Hospitality opened Gramercy Park, a hidden bar on top of Above Eleven, with the entrance gate tugged away in the far end corner of Above Eleven’s mezzanine floor.
In November 2014 Soho Hospitality launched Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology, a new concept in Indian dining which became an instant success. The restaurant has received global critical acclaim with feature articles in Wallpaper* Magazine as well as the Boston Globe. In May 2015 Soho Hospitality received an Asia Pacific Property Award in the category of Leisure Interiors Thailand for the design of Charcoal Tandoor Grill & Mixology.
In October 2015 Soho Hospitality opened Havana Social, an early 1940’s, pre-revolution, Cuban cocktail bar concept, hidden in down town Bangkok.
Currently Soho Hospitality follows an aggressive growth plan for its F&B developments with several concepts in the planning stages to be opened in the next few years.
Additionally, Soho Hospitality is in the early planning stages of developing a new lifestyle hotel concept to be opened in central Bangkok.