Capella Bangkok is Wonderful. Cool, contemporary chic, with hushed romantic tones. Great location for exploration.
Price from £688 per person for 3 nights | Including airport transfers
Based on travel May to October 2022
Capella Bangkok is a relatively new addition to the Bangkok luxury hotel, opened in October 2020. Superb location on the atmospheric Chao Phraya river. The style is chic & serene, almost resort-style, in a quiet way.
The Taksin Sky train station is just a few minutes drive away plus there is a regular ferry shuttle. The aptly named IconSiam Shopping centre is just across the river. The main airports are about 45 minutes drive away.
Capella Bangkok has 101 suites and villas spread over 10 floors which is low-rise in Bangkok.
All are spacious, bright and subtly luxurious, river-facing with floor to ceiling panoramic windows and large balconies.
The Riverfront rooms are 61sqm with integrated living space and are located on the 2nd to 4th floors.
The Riverfront Premier rooms are similar but on the higher 5th to 10th floors.
The Courtyard Suites are in the corner of each floor, larger at 101sqm and have a separate living room.
The Verandahs are our personal favourites and offer 137sqm, have integrated indoor living space, outdoor terrace and patio and Jacuzzi plunge pool.
The River Suites have 91sqm and a separate living room.
In addition, there are six one-bedroom riverside villas, directly riverside with private garden, Jacuzzi plunge pool.
- Choice of restaurants *
- The Living Room lounge library
*Capella Bangkok is under the same ownership as the neighbouring Four Seasons so shares a riverside promenade, plus several additional cuisine options.
Wonderful. The exterior from the road might seem a little nondescript but once inside it is cool contemporary chic, hushed romantic tones.
The accommodation is just superb with great views through the panoramic windows or from your balcony lounger. Convenient location to explore Bangkok with a ferry to the sky train and riverside activities including Icon (a must to visit even if you don’t shop) and Asiatique night market. It is on the high side of luxury price-wise, but you are purchasing something unique and rather special.
For those looking to travel around Thailand, we think the combination with 137 Pillars House in Chiang Mai would be rather special. And in the southern resorts, The Sarojin in Khao Lak , Banyan Tree in Krabi or The Rosewood in Phuket would all make a truly memorable holiday of quality and contrast.
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Breakfast daily, private transfers, Business Class air travel on Thai Airways London Bangkok and return with the enhanced economy with Thai Smiles on the domestic sectors.Scenic and cultural contrasts, some of the very best hotels in the entire region. Very different but with wonderful consistency in quality. The type of holiday that excites and inspires.
Prices from £5588 per person | Based on travel in May or September 2022
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