Located just minutes from Gaa and Langsuan’s Velaa Sindhorn Village lifestyle mall—home to Crimson Room cocktail bar and Hong Kong import Coffee Academics—the newly opened Sindhorn Midtown is perfectly poised for a flashy staycation. Launched earlier this month, the mid-scale hotel bills itself as “luxury on a budget,” with prices running from B3,100 per night for a 33-sq-meter double to B7,600 for a 52-sq-meter two-bedroom suite.

The calming blue, grey and brass interiors come courtesy of Eight Inc.—the design firm behind NYC’s famed Apple Store—and are interspersed with playful, Thailand-referencing textile art. Think shimmering strips of Singha cans woven into the reception area’s statement piece. The 31-story hotel features 344 rooms and suites, while a second tower offers 49 serviced residences designed for stays of 30 days or more.

Both the outdoor pool and 18th-floor fitness center enjoy stunning views over the city, thanks to the surrounding low-rise school and embassy buildings, while additional draws include an epic seven-story branch of kids’ indoor playground HarborLand and—perhaps most excitingly—the city’s first 7-Eleven Premium, complete with in-room delivery service supported by the hotel. When you’re not munching on 7’s finest gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, you can check out the hotel’s Thai and Asian fusion restaurant, Tr.EAT, or work your way through Bangkok’s most extensive rum collection at Rhumba.