Staying at The Siam Bangkok will be a uniquely luxurious experience. Quirky art deco blending seamlessly with gentle Thai elegance…
The Siam Bangkok is an absolutely stunning urban luxury hotel, with an emphasis on classic simplicity and total individuality. The design style combines contemporary luxury with Thai traditions, original artefacts, vintage posters, and some delightfully quirky touches.
Chao Pyhra riverfront location in the quieter Royal Dusit District, close to the Krungthonburi Bridge. Regular complimentary river shuttle to Sathorn pier, an interesting 25-minute “cruise“ and from there you can take a sky-train to all the major shopping areas. The airport is about 60 minutes drive.
The Siam Bangkok has a selection of 39 suites. They individually designed each with super size king beds and lofty ceilings.
In the Residence, you have the Siam and Mae Nam suites, overlooking the garden courtyard. Each is spacious starting at 80 sqm, beautifully designed with some on the higher floors having river views. Further forward you have the elegant and even larger Courtyard and River View low-rise suites, with enclosed garden and private plunge pools. And then the very special teak house, Connie’s Cottage.
- Infinity riverside swimming pool
- library with a screening room
- Curio shop and fascinating art gallery
- “Opium“ spa
- Gym with Muay Thai training and boxing ring
- Yoga terrace
- Chon signature Thai restaurant and the dapper Deco Bar & Bistro riverside bar
- Cooking school
Staying with Siam Bangkok will be a unique experience. It captures the romance of yesteryear and you could almost expect Somerset Maughan or Noel Coward to be holding court at the bar. Yet at the same time, you have all the contemporary comforts you could wish for, with incredible attention to the smallest detail.
For some, it might appear to be a little out of the way of the usual tourist circuit of hotels (20 minutes), but for others that is all part of the attraction, and the location is one of the best for visiting the Grand Palace & Wat Po temple. It is one of the most expensive addresses in town, totally justified in our view, as what you are purchasing is something unique and rather priceless.
If you are looking to combine your stay at The Siam with other points in Thailand, we think the 137 Pillars House in Chiang Mai works rather well. And in the southern beach resorts, Amanpuri or Kata Rocks in Phuket, Sarojin in Khao Lak, or Soneva Kiri on Koh Kood.
To be introduced in early 2023 will be the gallery and shop of Bill Bensley and Jim Thompson, two of the most creative designers in S E Asia. Take time to discover at Connie’s cottage.
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Bangkok Thailand – The bustling capital city of Thailand and one of the main gateways for travel around the country and the region. Towering high rises dwarfing ornate and colourful temples. Traditional Klongs (waterways) alongside packed roads. Smartly dressed executives walking alongside saffron robed Buddhist monks, usually with both on their mobile phone. Flying time 12 hours from the UK.
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