• FOUR SEASONS HOTEL BANGKOK
    FOUR SEASONS HOTEL BANGKOK
  • THE SIAM BANGKOK
    THE SIAM BANGKOK
  • THE SUKHOTHAI BANGKOK
    THE SUKHOTHAI BANGKOK

Bangkok

Why not launch your Oriental love affair with a few nights in this fascinating river city? The world-class hotels and first-rate service levels will combine with the dazzling temples, fascinating markets and legendary nightlife to make your heart beat that much faster...

Most people kick-off their adventure in the ‘urban jungle’ of Bangkok, trusting their lives to grinning tuk-tuk drivers, exploring the Chao Phraya River by longtail boat and dipping into the famously liberal nightlife with varying degrees of enthusiasm.


Mandarin Oriental Bangkok
Bangkok

You’re in good company if you stay at this legendary hotel overlooking the Chao Phraya river. Royalty, presidents and movie stars have passed through its distinguished portals these past 135 years, although only the Authors’ Residence is left of the original 19th century hotel.

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

St. Regis Bangkok
Bangkok

Superbly situated on the Rajadamri Road, Bangkok’s vibrant commercial district that is home to fine restaurants and boutiques, The St. Regis Bangkok is an urban retreat with grand décor and impeccable service.

St. Regis Bangkok

The Siam Bangkok
Bangkok

The Siam is a pearl at the heart of the gems of Bangkok’s historic palaces, temples and museums. Set in 3 acres that run along the banks of the River of Kings, the 39- room luxury retreat is the creation of globally acclaimed architect Bill Bensley, and Krissada Sukosol Clapp, part of the family dubbed the ‘musical hoteliers’ of Thailand.

The Siam Bangkok

Banyan Tree Bangkok
Bangkok

This ‘sanctuary for the senses’ on the embassy-flanked South Sathorn Road ranks as one of the tallest luxury spa hotels in Bangkok. Stay here and panoramic views of the city and Chao Phraya River come with access to a pool, gym and heavenly spa, not to mention a stylish restaurant on the 61st floor that is appropriately named Vertigo - book in advance!

Banyan Tree Bangkok

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok
Bangkok

Lotus ponds, hand-painted silks and traditional Thai architecture define this five-star urban sanctuary secreted away in the heart of Bangkok’s main shopping district. The residential-style guest rooms rank amongst the largest anywhere in the city; flat-screen TVs and deep-soaking tubs all coming as standard, views of the swimming pool and adjacent golf course readily available at a premium.

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok

The Sukhothai Bangkok
Bangkok

Ed Tuttle and Kerry Hill (of Amanresorts fame) designed this fabled ‘urban resort’ right in the heart of Bangkok. It’s tucked away between the anonymous skyscrapers of South Sathorn Road, yet you only have to set eyes upon the lotus ponds, lush gardens and oversized lap pool to feel your jet-lag melt away.

The Sukhothai Bangkok

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