There's nothing like enjoying Nature's spectacle during the rainy season – from inside.

The Dome at lebua

People often wonder where guests of Bangkok’s most coveted collection of rooftop bars and outdoor restaurants at the Dome at lebua go when it begins to rain, so we thought we’d tell you about the indoor options at each of them.When it rains at Sirocco, our flagship Mediterranean restaurant, we whisk you off to the crown of Tower Club at lebua on the 67th floor: The State Room, with its unbroken chain of floor-to-ceiling windows and perhaps the most stunning 360-degree panoramas of the city and the river in the entire hotel.

The Dome at lebua

At Breeze, where Chef Sam Pang has just unveiled his new À La Carte and Tasting Menus, the indoor dining area is right across the 25-meter neon-lit sky-bridge, while the private indoor dining room can accommodate up to 14 guests and offers magnificent river views.

Perched on the 65th floor, Mezzaluna, The Dome at lebua's finest and highest restaurant, affords a breathtaking monsoon experience through the 180-degree floor-to-ceiling windows that is rivaled only by the masterful culinary presentations placed before you.

The Dome at lebua

But what about Sky Bar? Sometimes it does rain over our glittering island bar in the sky. When it does, guests can take their drink up to Distil, which has both indoor and outdoor sections, where the views are every bit as breathtaking, or The Cellar – the highest cheese cellar in Thailand with 35 cheeses from around the world which may be impeccably paired with the 25 varieties of wine that are available by the glass in addition to some of the oldest vintages in Thailand.

Guests may rest assured that, at The Dome at lebua, you will always enjoy our award-winning food, wine, ambience and service – and never be under the weather. Reserve your evening with us now.