Bangkok, the glittering jewel of Thailand, this dynamic metropolis beckons travellers with its captivating blend of ancient traditions and cutting-edge innovation. From its bustling markets to serene temples, Bangkok offers a kaleidoscope of experiences that cater to the most discerning of tastes. Immerse yourself in the exquisite flavours of Thai cuisine, indulge in world-class spa treatments, indulge in some of the best shopping malls in the world, and unwind in lavish accommodations that redefine luxury. Embark on a journey through the city of angels, where every moment is an enchanting escapade waiting to be discovered. Here are our favourite luxury hotels in the city to stay at.
Capella Bangkok (5 Star)
Capella Bangkok, a luxurious award-winning urban resort, offers an exquisite experience on the Chao Phraya River’s East bank. The resort comprises 110 guest quarters made up of seven private pool villas with stunning river views, along with suites – some with private plunge pools, family rooms, and bedrooms featuring in-room bars, never-ending luxury amenities, private balconies all with incredible views over the Chao Phraya River. Renowned Michelin-starred chef Mauro Colagreco curates a unique fine dining experience that combines French and Italian Riviera flavours at the on-site Michelin Star restaurant, Cote. Guests can also enjoy a range of services including children’s activities, a destination spa with personalised wellness treatments, a beauty salon, in-house culturists, yoga sessions, and an outdoor swimming pool. Take afternoon tea in the Tea Lounge and enjoy complimentary ‘Chin Chin’ drinks every day at 5pm in the Stella bar. A courtesy water shuttle allows guests to reach Sathorn Pier quickly and conveniently and connects with the BTS Sky Train for further exploration of the city. Capella Bangkok effortlessly blends sophistication with boutique charm, making it the perfect retreat for discerning travellers seeking an intimate and refined stay along the river’s renaissance. Read our expert review here.
Rosewood Bangkok (5 Star)
Shortly entering into its fifth year of operation, the Rosewood’s Bangkok property offers 158 bedrooms (including 20 suites and three signature “houses”), four restaurants and bars, Sense, A Rosewood Spa and an indoor-outdoor saltwater lap pool. Frette 600 thread-count linen, Nespresso coffee machines, premium minibars and Dyson hairdryers come as standard, with the top rooms offering walk-in closets, guest powder rooms, butler service, VIP lifts and whirlpool bathtubs. Guests have access to a top-floor speakeasy bar with the largest collection of vinyl in Southeast Asia, Chinese, Thai and European cuisine and a fancy French afternoon tea service.
Waldorf Astoria Bangkok (5 Star)
The famed Waldorf Astoria hotels began life in New York in the late 1800s and since then the group has built a reputation for top service and sumptuous elegance at locations around the globe – and the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok is no exception. Architect André Fu designed this hotel with bronze accents and soaring ceilings, reflecting the opulence and grandeur of the original Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City and cleverly blends Thai charm with luxurious comfort throughout the iconic hotel. Rooms are sumptuous and offer park or city views, indulgent relaxation facilities including a spa and an incredible Instaworthy outdoor pool are available for each guest to enjoy while the culinary fare and its glamorous sky bar attract visitors on their own merit. Located in the Siam Ratchadamri area of Bangkok, on the ultra-modern Magnolias Ratchadamri Boulevard, this is a great base for business and leisure travellers alike. Read our expert review here.
Four Seasons Bangkok at Chao Phraya River (5 Star)
Conveniently located and overlooking the Chao Phraya River, this urban sanctuary hotel is a hub of energy and style. Throughout the hotel and grounds, lush courtyards and water features bring a sense of calm whilst each guest room and spacious suite boasts sophisticated interiors and hi-tech amenities. Dining here is an exquisite experience with a choice of superb restaurants and bars; from the glamour of BKK Social Club through to the Riverfront French Brasserie guests are sure to find the perfect match for any taste or occasion. The spa and wellness centre offers a haven of tranquillity and with a choice of an infinity pool and lap pools guests can soak and swim whilst taking in the stunning views across the city. This riverside resort is the perfect Bangkok bolthole.
137 Pillars Suites & Residences Bangkok (5 Star)
Stay in a royal-inspired suite in the sky, at this boutique hotel on the upper floors of a high-rise in the Phrom Phong district. And you won’t be just sleeping in the sky, you’ll feel like you’re swimming in it, in the jaw-dropping rooftop infinity pool which appears to hover over the city; it’s edged on one side by cabanas, a bar and a vertical green wall. Further facilities include a golf studio with an outdoor putting green and indoor simulator, the Nitra Serenity Centre, a second pool on 27 and dining venues including the colonial Bangkok Trading Post, Nimitr and Baan Borneo Club.
Hotel Indigo Bangkok Wireless Road, an IHG Hotel (5 Star)
Take a dip in the infinity pool as you admire sublime views of the skyline at bird’s eye level on Hotel Indigo’s 24th floor. Set in a leafy suburb within walking distance of Lumphini Park, the property has a funky feel, with retro elements and lots of modern arty influences that reflect Bangkok’s current culture. The in-house cafe, Metro on Wireless, serves Thai and international dishes, while CHAR Restaurant & Rooftop Bar is an award-winning dining venue with a wood-fired grill and more fantastic panoramas.
The Salil Hotel Riverside – Bangkok (5 Star)
Just a five-minute drive from the Asiatique Riverfront and River City Shopping Complex, this 235-bedroom hotel enjoys prime waterfront views. On the rooftop, you’ll find a hydrotherapy circuit and comfy loungers as well as a river-facing outdoor pool. Nava Kitchen all-day dining sala with a grill, a Chef’s Table and a riverside terrace. Also on the riverside is Jumbo Lobster for tasty seafood. Guests can also eat at the Brix Dessert Bar, hang out beside the pool at the Brix Minibar, in the Taproom by the River, at Shaloba Boutique Coffee, Ray Cocktail & Bite, Mars The Wine Space, Rintaro (a Japanese gelateria) and Pacific Cigar Divan, the city’s only rooftop cigar bar. Begraybangkok has designed the Salil Hotel’s decor.
Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok (5 Star)
The well-heeled district of Langsuan, beside Lumphini Park, was the chosen setting for Kempinski Hotels and Siam Sindhorn Company Limited’s second collaboration in Thailand. It opened in 2020, with a Lobby Lounge serving fine afternoon teas, cocktails at Firefly Bar, seafood at Bistrot de la Mer and Royal Thai dishes at Loukjaan by the Michelin-starred Saneh Jaan. It contains Asia’s first hotel boutique fitness facilities which covers two floors of Sindhorn Wellness by Resense, the hotel’s spa, which also incorporates a partially covered outdoor infinity pool. The Sindhorn Kempinski has 274 bedrooms and suites.
Oriental Residence Bangkok (5 Star)
145 bedrooms including suites with one, two or three bedrooms and kitchenettes are available to book at the Oriental Residence in the Embassy neighbourhood of downtown Bangkok. Its fourth-floor pool has cocktails, cabanas and a games area with a foosball table as well as some cracking views — there’s also a kids’ pool adjoining this area for families and a playroom. Dine on gourmet comfort food all day long at Café Claire, or for lunch or dinner at The Play Deck, beside the pool.
INNSiDE by Meliá Bangkok Sukhumvit (4 Star)
Found in the burgeoning On Nut district, INNSiDE Bangkok Sukhumvit is right by the Skytrain station and the BITEC convention centre. Business travellers will appreciate the views and facilities of the co-working space on the 32nd floor. On the top floor (34) is an infinity pool and The Giant Swing Pool Bar, with the LUZ tapas bar just below. Guests can also experience Thai food at The Kites Eatery. The fun-loving residence has 208 bedrooms with Chromecast, coffee machines, mini-bars and gaming devices. The 24/7 amenities appeal to the young professional set.
The Westin Bangkok (5 Star)
Stay in a four-star Marriott property close to Lumpini Park and Pratunam Market: The Westin Sukhumvit offers rooms with blackout curtains, free newspapers and movies, optional babysitting services, toiletries and minibars. Guests can dine on sophisticated Japanese cuisine at the Kisso restaurant, or buffet food at Taste. Horizons Sky Lounge is a drinking spot with views across the city and karaoke if you’re in the mood for a song or two. The Vareena Spa is a serene space offering a unique range of therapies that combine modern and ancient techniques. Treatments can also be arranged in-room. Other facilities include a fitness centre, an outdoor pool area with a bar and an onsite gift shop.
The Standard, Bangkok Mahanakhon (5 Star)
In receipt of the AHEAD Award for the Best Hotel New Build in Asia, this 155-room forward-thinking flagship property features immersive designs by Jamie Hayon and The Standard’s in-house team. It boasts the highest alfresco rooftop bar in the capital, as well as a fantastic selection of other bars and restaurants; The Parlor (great for live music, lectures and lounging), an alternative tea room named Tease, an American steakhouse, an award-winning Chinese cuisine by Mott 32, and the super funky, boldly decorated Ojo Mexican-inspired restaurant. Plush, pet-friendly bedrooms have a retro vibe, as well as Nespresso Machines and Bang & Olufsen Bluetooth Speakers. A 24/7 state-of-the-art fitness centre and terrace pool can be enjoyed by guests who love to work out whilst on their travels.
The Landmark Bangkok (5 Star)
Soaring 31 storeys from the ground, The Landmark has 399 rooms of five-star accommodation in which muted dark hues and crisp white linens are used alongside rich silk fabrics. Expect authentic and warm Thai hospitality here, paired with Western-style interiors. The Viva Jive Spa is found on the hotel’s ninth floor, next to the outdoor pool and a fitness centre is open for sue by hotel guests. Those staying in a club room or suite gain access to the exclusive top-floor 180° Club Lounge, offering complimentary drinks, snacks and super high-speed internet. Nine eateries provide guests at The Landmark with an abundance of culinary choices — from a bakery to a traditional British pub and a steakhouse to a dim sum restaurant. The hotel is a member of preferred hotels & resorts lifestyle collection.
Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit (5 Star)
The second of Marriott’s high-end properties in the city, this one isn’t far from The Westin, in the district of Wattana. Its Octave Rooftop Restaurant is the place to go for dinner and craft cocktails with a view of the Bangkok skyline. Or if you fancy a juicy steak, take a table at the award-winning District Grill Room and Bar. Alternatively, you can tuck into Thai food at 57th Street, light meals at the Azure Pool Lounge and indulgent puds at the Chocolate Cake Company. Rooms are light and airy, with deep soaking bathtubs beside picture windows (providing a bird’s-eye view of the local area in higher-grade suites). Other facilities include an onsite fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool and an Anne Semonin spa which offers soothing massages, revitalizing body scrubs, facials and customizable spa treatment packages. Restaurant and bar choices are varied but all of the exacting quality; from Volti Tuscan Grill & Bar, Shang Palace Chinese Restaurant, Salathip Thai Restaurant, the Chocolate Bar and of course, The Long Bar – a striking spot for early cocktails or a late night rendezvous boasting impressive views and creative cocktails.
Shangri La Bangkok (5 Star)
Located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Shangri-La Bangkok is undoubtedly one of the most luxurious hotels in the capital. It’s a 5-star hotel offering excellent value, a convenient location and stunning interior design. Guests enjoy eclectic views of the river, while many of the bedrooms are strategically located by the quieter poolside. This is perfect for those who prefer large-scale hotels – Shangri-La has 802 guest-rooms housed in two adjacent towers, the Shangri-La Wing and Krungthep Wing. Restaurant and bar choices are varied but all of the exacting quality; from Volti Tuscan Grill & Bar, Shang Palace Chinese Restaurant, Salathip Thai Restaurant, the Chocolate Bar and of course, The Long Bar – a striking spot for early cocktails or a late night rendezvous boasting impressive views and creative cocktails. Set in a prime area close to Bangkok’s central business district, just next to the sky train at Saphan Taskin BTS station, it’s ideally suiting those visiting for work or pleasure.
The Siam (5 Star)
The Siam is surrounded by historical places, museums and notable Bangkok temples, offering sightseeing convenience. The luxurious hotel is set on 3 acres of privately owned premium river frontage – the River of Kings. It has a total of 39 guestrooms and is characterized by an oriental allure along with contemporary comforts. Designed by two world-renowned architects, Bill Bensley and Krissada Sukusol, The Siam offers one of the largest suites in Bangkok, as well as open roof terraces, private pool villas and a sumptuous spa. Eating here is an unforgettable experience, with the hotel providing exclusive dining services on its teakwood houses. Plus guests can take a trip on the river, watching Bangkok by boat from the private piers while sipping on one of The Siam’s irresistible cocktails.
The Peninsula (5 Star)
The Peninsula has established itself as one of the best hotels in Bangkok. It’s won many awards over the years, including the ‘World’s Best Hotel’ back in 2003. The hotel is conveniently situated on the banks of the river Chao Phraya. A wavy design characterises The Peninsula, and its beautiful form offers a panoramic view of Bangkok City. The hotel is located about 35 minutes from Don Muang International Airport. The 39 Peninsula guestrooms are among the most technologically advanced rooms in Bangkok. Guests can control their environments with the push of a button. And families revel in the space provided by staying in one of the Sky Residences, offering a two-floor private oasis. The unique Paribatra Aviation Lounge on the 37th floor comes with its own helipad for travel in ultimate style.
Siam Kempinski (5 Star)
As part of the Kempinski Group of hotels, this was established in 2010, and designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates. Located at the heart of Bangkok this is truly an urban oasis. The hotel has a touch of European contemporary sophistication which harmonises with local traditions, a philosophy that flows throughout the hotel and is perfectly encapsulated within the restaurants and bars here too. The Siam Kempinski has 42 suites and a total of 303 rooms, in addition to the 98 serviced residences. The meeting rooms offer an impressive welcome to delegates – each is accessed via an ornate golden brass door. There’s also a sumptuous spa, health club and a gorgeous outdoor pool. But its highlight has to be the green royal garden accessed right from the balconies of the rooms.
InterContinental Bangkok (5 Star)
Reimagined in 2023, the exquisite InterContinental® Bangkok, located in the Ratchaprasong area, with the BTS Skytrain adjacent to the hotel offers a cosmopolitan escape. in a convenient location. Rooms are classic in style with a fresh interior and curated artwork throughout. The spa and outdoor pool boast stunning views across the city and the fitness centre, along with daily exercise classes are exclusive to hotel guests. Seasonal and sustainable cuisine is the order of the day at each of the hotel’s restaurants; from breakfast at Espresso to European-inspired cuisine, we offer a creative dining and cocktail culture.
The Sukhothai Bangkok (5 Star)
The Sukhothai Bangkok is inspired by the bygone age as it combines contemporary style with old-world palatial charm. Designed by Kerry Hill and Edward Tuttle, the sophisticated interiors pay homage to the ancient capital of Thailand. It stands on a 6-acre piece of land, including a charming expansive lotus pond with a relaxing ambience. Each of the 210 rooms has its own lounge area and balcony overlooking either the pond or pool with some offering grand pianos and four-poster beds. The hotel specialises in offering personalised services. The Sukhothai Bangkok also has a tennis court, spa, hot tub and three world-class restaurants providing exceptional wining and dining experiences. Be sure to sample the decadent chocolate buffet available every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
COMO Bangkok (5 Star)
Como Bangkok is Thailand’s capital hotspot. It has an Asian aesthetic that has been combined with contemporary urban styles. The hotel is known for its award-winning cuisine served in its featured restaurant, Nham. Dishes are a modern take on traditional Thai fare, with sophisticated spicing of innovative Thai delicacies. Private dining banquets can be arranged and a range of healthy, Italian and child-friendly comfort dishes make up the in-room dining service. The hotel has 169 rooms, two presidential suites, and four penthouses, all of which were created by Kathryn King, an interior designer based in Singapore. Many have their own yoga mates, private patio area, outdoor showers, dining rooms and 24/7 butler service.
Banyan Tree (5 Star)
Banyan Tree Bangkok is the city’s only 5-star all-suite hotel with each suite boasting views of the city or Chaophraya. Conveniently located in the Sathon/Silom area guests can immerse themselves in the vibrant buzz of the city. The award-winning destination spa is the tallest in Asia found on the 51st and the 54th floors. It’s a true sanctuary where you can rejuvenate all the senses and enjoy a range of holistic treatments. The hotel is also home to world-class dining experiences, including Vertigo, the iconic rooftop bar and restaurant and other gourmet restaurants offering everything from Thai street food to international and Asian gourmet experiences and for something a little different enjoy a dinner cruise on the Chao Phraya River. Other facilities include; unique event spaces, an outdoor swimming pool and a health centre.
JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok (5 Star)
This 5-star city oasis is in the heart of downtown Bangkok and its superb location means that guests have the best of the bustling city right on their doorstep. The modern and beautifully appointed 441 hotel rooms, across 24 floors, offer fantastic views of the city and the luxury hotel amenities have been designed to both pamper and inspire. Dining here is an international affair with a superb selection of restaurants; from authentic Chinese and Japanese delicacies to a hip New York Steakhouse and casual cafés for informal drinks and light-bites. The indulgent spa is the place to relax and unwind, work up a sweat at the fitness centre or take a refreshing dip in the palm-tree-framed tiled pool. A stay at the JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok offers exceptional city-style luxury.
Mandarin Oriental (5 Star)
This is a brand and hotel that needs no introduction. The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok dates back to 1876 and sits on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in the historical Charoenkrung district. With a high staff-to-guest ratio and guest butlers, the hotel’s reputation is built not only on style but also on unparalleled service. Guests can enjoy an array of five-star dining experiences with the pinnacle of French fine dining served at Le Normandie by Alain Roux, elegant Afternoon Tea in the Author’s Lounge, a selection of all-day dining and international buffets, cocktail and live jazz and of course, traditional Thai cuisine. The spa and wellness facilities are both exquisite and serene with treatments blending ancient and contemporary techniques. Adventure, art, and culture form part of the experiences which can be organised by the hotel team so guests see the best of Bangkok. The stunning transformation of the River Wing has further enhanced the accommodations and facilities in this iconic hotel – which is a haven of calm on the banks of the river,
W Bangkok (5 Star)
The W Hotel in Bangkok’s Sathorn business district has its finger most definitely on the pulse, and its prime location means that the sights and sounds of bustling Bangkok are easily accessed. Hotel interiors are designed by Soda and Avroko, with “casual luxury” at the heart of this brand and it works flawlessly. Cutting-edge technology and little surprise finishing touches ensure the guest experience is first-class. The sixth-floor outdoor pool and fitness centre are reserved for guest use only. The hotel’s dining facilities are extensive and eclectic and is a culinary destination in its own right whilst the bar and social spaces are oozing with a fun and funky vibe. A personal highlight here is the famed epic brunch – it’s so vast diners are given a map of the buffet on entry. This is a popular choice for younger travellers seeking a luxury date experience. We loved every minute of our time at the W and we know you will too!
Centara Grand At CentralWorld (5 Star)
For the traveller who likes sleek modern luxury in a super convenient location then the Centara Grand at CentralWorld is the place to stay. One of Asia Pacific’s largest hotels, it has everything you need for a luxury city break. Set over 55 storeys, with 505 rooms, the hotel boasts spectacular views over the city, and the roof terrace at Red Sky Bar is the place to enjoy a sunset in style. Explore the tastes of Thailand, Spain, Italy China (to name a few!) in the selection of international restaurants at the hotel. The award-winning SPA Cenvaree is the place to nourish the mind, body and soul or for something more energetic guests can enjoy the outdoor pool, tennis courts and fitness centre. This hotel perfectly blends city living with resort-style facilities.
Park Hyatt Bangkok (5 Star)
This hotel may be located in the centre of Bangkok’s entertainment district but it offers pure tranquillity and refined luxury. Guests are presented with panoramic views across the city with floor-to-ceiling picture windows in its 222 rooms and 32 suites. Dining here is a treat for any culinary connoisseur; from the Penthouse Bar and Grill to the Chef’s Table, The Cocktail Bar and the Rooftop Bar – there is something for every occasion. – and with the only dining destination in Bangkok to offer authentic and refined Catalan dishes guests can enjoy a truly unique experience. Relax in a comfortable lounger or private cabana by a saltwater infinity pool overlooking the terrace garden. Work out 24 hours a day at level 11’s fitness centre where more stunning vistas to be enjoyed, or escape to the sanctuary of the hotel’s organic spa for luxurious treatments. The team here pride themselves on discrete and sincere service when nothing is too much trouble.
Le Meridien Bangkok (5 Star)
Sophisticated and modern design can be found at this art-inspired five-star hotel. Just a short walk from the dynamic Patpong night market and within close proximity to the MRT station, it makes for a great base from which to explore the dazzling entertainment of the city. Hotel rooms and suites are fresh, modern and spacious and provide a serene sanctuary in the heart of the city. Two distinct restaurants and three bars for guests to explore the creative cuisine inspired by Asian and European flavours, whilst cocktails and drinks are an elegant affair. The sixth floor is dedicated to health and wellness where the Technogym-equipped fitness centre, with floor-to-ceiling widescreen window panels can be found along with the outdoor rooftop pool and Plunge Bar. The award-winning Spa offers sensory rituals and creates a contrasting ambience to the vibrancy of city life below. Le Meridien is the hotel of choice for the cultured traveller.
The St Regis (5 Star)
Located within the commercial district, The St Regis Bangkok, offers easy access to the Skytrain meaning exploring local attractions is quick and easy. And this splendid five-star hotel is the perfect place to retreat after exploring the city. Warm hues and Thai-inspired interiors create a sophisticated sense of style which echoes throughout guest rooms and suites, all of which have 24-hour personalised butler service – something that has been offered for over a hundred years. Dining here is a gastronomic delight, with eight restaurants to choose from including the fine dining experience at the Michelin-starred restaurant, IGNIV, and signature buffets, brunches, handcrafted cocktails and a dedicated menu for younger palates. Guests can be pampered at Clinique La Prairie Longevity Hub, or relax at the hotel’s 15th-floor pool deck. For those who embrace timeless elegance, The St Regis is the place to be.
SO/ Bangkok (5 Star)
This luxury boutique hotel is a popular choice with the trend-setting crowd, seeking to experience the vibrancy of Bangkok. The hotel design takes inspiration from Lumpini Park and combines Thai design with traditional Feng Shui, to create a contemporary urban style, which is effortlessly luxurious. Designed by some of Thailand’s leading creatives, rooms are themed by the natural elements of water, earth, wood, metal, or fire – each nurturing a unique ambience. The 237 rooms and suites also present guests with integrated Zafiro In-Room Entertainment Solutions. Good food, good drink and good times are the basis for the diverse foodie scene here where rooftop fine dining meets street food, and a playful pool bar complements two buzzing evening cocktail spots. The infinity pool was made for Insta moments and is said to be the best in Bangkok. This really is the choice hotel for those who want to have sophisticated fun!
Sheraton Grand Sukhumvit (5 Star)
The Sheraton Grand Sukhumvit is a Luxury Collection Hotel that has what is arguably the grandest frontage in the city. Its vast, almost village-like presence, comprises delightful nooks and crannies of tranquillity, among the opulent large-scale vestibules. There are 420 guest rooms presented in traditional Thai style with silk, marble and teakwood, whilst offering guests the latest in-room technology for convenience and comfort. Seek out the oasis-like tropical pool area and spend an evening listening to international jazz musicians playing in The Living Room. Dining here is a foodie paradise, with an extensive choice of restaurants and bars including Michelin-starred cuisine and for those seeking exciting food experiences, the highly rated in-house Dine in the Dark provides an unusual and unforgettable sensory journey. This is the ideal choice for guests who embrace, excellent service, and exquisite local culture and appreciate an enchanting setting.
Chatrium Grand Bangkok (5 Star)
Benefit from direct access to the Paragon Shopping Mall, when you stay at this hotel in the centre of Siam. Its 582 bedrooms include three-bedroom suites and a penthouse boasting a full-sized butler’s kitchen and a dining table seating 12 (all guests have access to a digital butler service). When you’re ready for a meal, you can choose between French-Mediterranean cuisine at Casia restaurant and local, Pan-Asian and international dishes at Savio. For something a little lighter, order a traditional high tea in the Lobby Lounge or some poolside snacks at Flow bar. Chatrium also offers a kids’ club and Spa by Thann Wellness Sanctuary.
Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel (5 Star)
Found conveniently centrally in the Ratchaprasong neighbourhood, this is Anantara’s flagship urban resort. All of the rooms — from deluxe to club level — feature Jim Thompson fabrics, while suites bring Kasara Executive Lounge privileges. Book the Presidential Suite for your own private garden entrance, outdoor space, a massage room, a formal sitting room, dining for 12 and powder rooms, as well as many complimentary experiences. The resort includes a spa, a leisure club, cafes, restaurants, a secret garden bar, a patisserie and a terrace. Cooking classes, cruises and many other activities are offered.
Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok (5 Star)
This five-star resort is found in the downtown Ratchaprasong area, linked to Chidlom BTS SkyTrain Stations and close to shopping malls. Bedrooms feature Hyatt Grand Beds™, Balmain bath products, a mini-bar and a pillow menu, while those staying in Club rooms and suites benefit from use of the Grand Club Lounge with complimentary breakfasts and cocktails. The hotel’s amenities includes a spa, a fitness centre, an outdoor free-form swimming pool, a 24-hour business centre and babysitting services. Nine restaurants and bars provide everything from private dining experiences, to international buffets, afternoon teas, French patisserie and Thai style hot chocolates.