There are a great number of Luxury Bangkok Hotels of choice with few cities in Southeast Asia, boasting world class accommodation such as those you will find here. I have compiled a guide to some of the most sort after hotels. They all have internationally renowned facilities equal to the very best in the world. The Oriental Hotel is one such hotel in Bangkok that has top international acclaim.
All the hotels represented here are excellent value for money when compared with similar luxury hotels in Europe and the United States. I invite you to join me as we uncover some of these truly exquisite temporary homes of ours. And for your convenience, you can now make a reservation directly from this page from the most luxurious to some of the more (depending on your budget) affordable ones. While your support is greatly appreciated, I wish you all a very pleasant stay.
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Four Seasons Hotel located on the famed Rajadamri Road has to be top of the list in all round luxury. From the hotel's magnificent lobby, with the exquisite and beautifully hand painted silk ceiling, to the largest and most impressive lap pool in Bangkok. All rooms are spacious and extremely comfortable. The hotel has the highest staff-to-guest ratio in the city and the staff's attention to detail is world class. Why not go and pamper yourself at the hotel's wonderful state-of-the-art spa. Also close to many cultural sites and shopping malls.
The Peninsula Hotel is a luxurious riverside hotel situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. With the hotel's reputation for
superb service and attention to detail, this 37 story hotel
has established itself as one of the finest in the city. Enjoy
panoramic views of Bangkok from any one of the luxurious guest suites. Facilities include an impressive fitness centre with a
gymnasium, sauna, spa and steam rooms. The hotel is within easy access to business and shopping districts as well as many
other exciting tourist attractions.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel on the banks of the Chao Phraya is as rich in history as it is rich in contemporary luxury. It has been the most famous hotel in Bangkok for more than a century. Here equally famous Hollywood celebrities like Charlie Chaplin, Rita Hayworth and the likes have graced their doors. The Oriental is filled with their stories and I am sure we would all like to hear some of them. The hotel is a classical case of the west meeting the east. Did you know that each of the 393 rooms has their own butler assigned to them?
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Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel is perfectly located in the heart of Bangkok's commercial, shopping and entertainment district. Situated close to all public transport including the BST Sky Train at Nana Station, which is only about a two minute walk away. This top class hotel has all the luxury trappings coupled with first rate service right across the board. The extra large rooms have all the state-of-the-art facilities. Apart from the 128 luxurious rooms, there are also 239 fully equipped one and two bedroom apartments. There are also two restaurants, two bars, a fitness centre, sauna and swimming pool.
Banyan Tree Hotel is the second tallest in Bangkok with many of the 216 luxury suites having separate living and working areas geared up for you should you be travelling to Thailand on business. This hotel is situated right in the heart of Bangkok's central business and embassy district. From here you will have easy access to all of the city's best attractions, entertainment and shopping. The hotel's rooftop restaurant affords you some spectacular views over the city.
Shangri-La Hotel is one of the largest 5-star luxury Bangkok hotels with all 799 spacious guest rooms facing onto the Chao Phraya River. You can expect all round first class service from the professional, friendly and helpful staff including butlers who are willing to unpack your travel bags should you be tired after a long journey. A marvellous location allowing easy access to the city as adjacent to the hotel is the BTS Sky Train Station as well as the Sathorn Pier from where you can explore many of Bangkok's superb attractions.
Conrad Hotel is thoroughly modern with top class facilities. The rooms and suites are extremely spacious and luxuriously fitted in a contemporary Thai style using a combination of silk and natural wood. The hotel is situated opposite the US Embassy and Lumphini Park is close by. Right next door is a very stylish shopping mall with some great little eateries. The Conrad is within easy walking distance to the Phloen Chit BTS Sky Train station. A shuttle bus leaves the hotel every 10 minutes and will gladly take you there if you prefer not to walk.
Millennium Hilton towers above the banks of the Chao Phraya River. A modern contemporary hotel with 543 exquisitely furnished guest rooms to help you relax as you gaze over majestic city views. For easy access, the hotel is just ten minutes from the Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain Station. Spend the day visiting the Reclining Buddha at the Royal Palace or the Temple of Dawn or stroll among the colourful stalls in Chinatown. All of these sites are in close proximity to the hotel. Why not spend the night relaxing with your favourite cocktail in the award winning entertaining pub, Zeta Bar on floor 32.
Dusit Thani Hotel is one of the luxury Bangkok Hotels located in the heart of the entertainment and red light district of Patpong Road. This hotel features 517 luxuriously appointed guest rooms with elegant Thai design. It's opposite Lumphini Park with its expansive lakes and boulevards, and where you might like to take a leisurely stroll. The BTS Skytrain and Subway System are within easy walking distance as are the major business, shopping and entertainment areas.
Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel is the ultimate in 5-star luxurious
resort style accommodation and one of the finest Bangkok hotels.
Situated right in the heart of the city's business and commercial
district near Erawan Shrine, one of the most important landmarks
here. Erawan is the name given to the three-headed mythical elephant of
which two six feet, three-headed bronze elephant statues
stand outside the hotel's main entrance. The establishment is linked
via a Sky Bridge to shopping centres such as Central World, Gaysorn and
Siam Paragon as well as being close to a BTS Sky Train Station.
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