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Roadbook Journal: 10 Bangkok Luxury Hotels

Roadbook Journal: 10 Luxury Hotels

“Krung Thep” — the City of Angels — as Bangkok is also known, is also home to some of the world’s best 5 star luxury hotels. Many are an escape to neighborhoods away from the hustle and jam of Sukhumvit Road. Roadbook shares with you 10 Bangkok luxury hotels — check Tripadvisor and you may land some Bangkok luxury hotel deals!

The Banyan Tree Bangkok

Banyan Tree

Banyan Tree in the Sathon and Silom neighborhood of Bangkok is accessible by BTS Skytrain or MRT (underground). The hotel is only a 10-15 minute walk away. Banyan Tree provides a free transfer to the stations by traditional Thai Tuk Tuk which in itself is a must-do when in Bangkok. This 5-star all-suite hotel offers Bangkok’s largest luxurious accommodation, with world-class dining, meeting and event spaces, and an award-winning spa. Banyan Tree has an exceptional roof-top restaurant and Vertigo bar. 

Okura Prestige Bangkok

The Okura Prestige

The Okura Prestige Bangkok raises the bar for luxury hotels with its minimalist interior and over-the-top service. Situated in Ploenchit neighborhood, you’ll get breathtaking views of Bangkok’s skyline from the comforts of your bed and even the swimming pool! A noteworthy feature is their breakfast with one of the biggest selections in Bangkok.

The Okura Prestige Bangkok offers amenities and facilities that bring you to soaring heights, with pristine views over the Bangkok horizon. The fitness center, 25th-floor infinity pool, and spa are all in proximity to provide a zone of inner peace, away from any distractions and perfect for experiencing Bangkok from a fresh perspective.

Sukhothai Bangkok

The Sukhothai Bangkok

The Sukhothai Hotels & Resorts, situated in the Sathorn neighborhood, describes itself as “a curated collection of individualized hotels, each of which reflects the distinctive culture of its destination.” With its thoughtfully-curated facilities, sophisticated design, warm hospitality, and service delivered with passion, The Sukhothai Bangkok wants their guests to feel at home, and return. As far as hotel amenities, The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel offers a spa and health club with a wide variety of sports with trained personnel to guide you — a swimming pool, squash and tennis courts, golf and jogging track.

SO Sofitel Bangkok

SO Sofitel Bangkok

According to General Manager Jean-Francois Brun, “In a city where anything is possible, SO Sofitel Bangkok hotel is everything to everyone, whether you’re in Bangkok for business or leisure, party or spa, or a little bit of everything.” Located in the Lumpini Park neighborhood, SO Sofitel is the product of a design collaboration by Thailand’s top designers and fashion icon Christian Lacroix. SO Sofitel Bangkok boasts six bars and restaurants including a rooftop bar and a rooftop swimming pool party at the end of every month.

W Hotel Bangkok

W Bangkok

Describing itself as a luxury urban playground, W Bangkok seamlessly blends top tier accommodation with comfort and style. Located in the neighborhood of Silom on North Sathorn Road, the property boasts 403 spacious smoke-free guest rooms and suites amid inspiring designs and custom furnishing, boasting one-of-a-kind luxury accommodation right in the heart of the city. W Bangkok offers the full luxury set of amenities as expected by top tier Marriott Bonvoy properties.

 

 

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The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

What more can be said about one of the most famous hotels in the Asia-Pacific region? For over 140 years, travelers have followed the Chao Phraya River to stay at the legendary Mandarin Oriental Bangkok. Describing itself as a “haven of calm on the banks of the river,” Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is timeless yet contemporary, blending luxury and comfort.

The grande dame has just closed one wing for a renovation. Whether or not you stay at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, stop by historic Bamboo Bar. The live jazz starts at 9 p.m. and the martinis are on point.

Shangri-La Bangkok

Shangri-La Bangkok
Upon arriving at the charming Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok, a porter greets you with a warm smile and gracious Thai hospitality. The architecture offers a mix of traditional Thai style and modern comfort, with fantastic sunset views of the Chao Phraya River and the surrounding Charoenkrung neighborhood. Five-star amenities include a stunning outdoor swimming pool set amid lush tropical greenery. Nearby are shiny malls, charming boutiques and open-air markets accessible by BTS Skytrain or a river taxi.

Peninsula Bangkok


The Peninsula Bangkok
At The Peninsula Bangkok, five-star luxury meets sophisticated Thai charm for a memorable cultural experience. Take the hotel’s iconic Peninsula Green Tuk Tuk, or go on an adventure down the Chao Phraya River. Sample delicious authentic Thai cuisine featuring generations-old recipes from royal palace cooks. The hotel is located on the Thonburi side of the river, backed by a neighborhood which is not as hectic as Sukhumvit Bangkok, and best of all giving you amazing views of the city. The Peninsula Bangkok has begun an “Artist in Residence” program, which allows you to engage with contemporary art and talented Thai creators during your stay. The hotel is featuring a new artist every quarter who is working at a studio at The Peninsula Bangkok.

Millenium Hilton Bangkok


Millenium Hilton Bangkok
Rising up from the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Millennium Hilton Bangkok offers breathtaking views of the city. The hotel operates its own shuttle boats and provides guests with complimentary transport to and from the hotel to the BTS Skytrain and other points along the Chao Phraya River. Right next door in the Thonburi neighborhood is Iconsiam mall, one of Bangkok’s celebrated luxury shopping paradises that boasts the city’s flagship Apple Store.

Park Hyatt Bangkok


Park Hyatt Bangkok
Located at Central Embassy, one of the most luxurious malls in Bangkok, the Park Hyatt Bangkok hotel boasts 222 luxurious rooms, including 32 suites, with unobstructed views of the city. With entry-level rooms starting at 48 square meters, it ranks among the largest in Bangkok. In addition to a spa and fitness center, hotel amenities include a garden terrace with a 40-meter saltwater pool.

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Roadbook Journal: 10 Bangkok Luxury Hotels

“Krung Thep” — the City of Angels — as Bangkok is also known, is also home to some of the world’s best 5 star luxury hotels. Many are an escape to neighborhoods away from the hustle and jam of Sukhumvit Road. Roadbook shares with you 10 Bangkok luxury hotels — check Tripadvisor and you may land some Bangkok luxury hotel deals!

The Banyan Tree Bangkok

Banyan Tree

Banyan Tree in the Sathon and Silom neighborhood of Bangkok is accessible by BTS Skytrain or MRT (underground). The hotel is only a 10-15 minute walk away. Banyan Tree provides a free transfer to the stations by traditional Thai Tuk Tuk which in itself is a must-do when in Bangkok. This 5-star all-suite hotel offers Bangkok’s largest luxurious accommodation, with world-class dining, meeting and event spaces, and an award-winning spa. Banyan Tree has an exceptional roof-top restaurant and Vertigo bar. 

Okura Prestige Bangkok

The Okura Prestige

The Okura Prestige Bangkok raises the bar for luxury hotels with its minimalist interior and over-the-top service. Situated in Ploenchit neighborhood, you’ll get breathtaking views of Bangkok’s skyline from the comforts of your bed and even the swimming pool! A noteworthy feature is their breakfast with one of the biggest selections in Bangkok.

The Okura Prestige Bangkok offers amenities and facilities that bring you to soaring heights, with pristine views over the Bangkok horizon. The fitness center, 25th-floor infinity pool, and spa are all in proximity to provide a zone of inner peace, away from any distractions and perfect for experiencing Bangkok from a fresh perspective.

Sukhothai Bangkok

The Sukhothai Bangkok

The Sukhothai Hotels & Resorts, situated in the Sathorn neighborhood, describes itself as “a curated collection of individualized hotels, each of which reflects the distinctive culture of its destination.” With its thoughtfully-curated facilities, sophisticated design, warm hospitality, and service delivered with passion, The Sukhothai Bangkok wants their guests to feel at home, and return. As far as hotel amenities, The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel offers a spa and health club with a wide variety of sports with trained personnel to guide you — a swimming pool, squash and tennis courts, golf and jogging track.

SO Sofitel Bangkok

SO Sofitel Bangkok

According to General Manager Jean-Francois Brun, “In a city where anything is possible, SO Sofitel Bangkok hotel is everything to everyone, whether you’re in Bangkok for business or leisure, party or spa, or a little bit of everything.” Located in the Lumpini Park neighborhood, SO Sofitel is the product of a design collaboration by Thailand’s top designers and fashion icon Christian Lacroix. SO Sofitel Bangkok boasts six bars and restaurants including a rooftop bar and a rooftop swimming pool party at the end of every month.

W Hotel Bangkok

W Bangkok

Describing itself as a luxury urban playground, W Bangkok seamlessly blends top tier accommodation with comfort and style. Located in the neighborhood of Silom on North Sathorn Road, the property boasts 403 spacious smoke-free guest rooms and suites amid inspiring designs and custom furnishing, boasting one-of-a-kind luxury accommodation right in the heart of the city. W Bangkok offers the full luxury set of amenities as expected by top tier Marriott Bonvoy properties.

 

 

The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

What more can be said about one of the most famous hotels in the Asia-Pacific region? For over 140 years, travelers have followed the Chao Phraya River to stay at the legendary Mandarin Oriental Bangkok. Describing itself as a “haven of calm on the banks of the river,” Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is timeless yet contemporary, blending luxury and comfort.

The grande dame has just closed one wing for a renovation. Whether or not you stay at Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, stop by historic Bamboo Bar. The live jazz starts at 9 p.m. and the martinis are on point.

Shangri-La Bangkok

Shangri-La Bangkok
Upon arriving at the charming Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok, a porter greets you with a warm smile and gracious Thai hospitality. The architecture offers a mix of traditional Thai style and modern comfort, with fantastic sunset views of the Chao Phraya River and the surrounding Charoenkrung neighborhood. Five-star amenities include a stunning outdoor swimming pool set amid lush tropical greenery. Nearby are shiny malls, charming boutiques and open-air markets accessible by BTS Skytrain or a river taxi.

Peninsula Bangkok


The Peninsula Bangkok
At The Peninsula Bangkok, five-star luxury meets sophisticated Thai charm for a memorable cultural experience. Take the hotel’s iconic Peninsula Green Tuk Tuk, or go on an adventure down the Chao Phraya River. Sample delicious authentic Thai cuisine featuring generations-old recipes from royal palace cooks. The hotel is located on the Thonburi side of the river, backed by a neighborhood which is not as hectic as Sukhumvit Bangkok, and best of all giving you amazing views of the city. The Peninsula Bangkok has begun an “Artist in Residence” program, which allows you to engage with contemporary art and talented Thai creators during your stay. The hotel is featuring a new artist every quarter who is working at a studio at The Peninsula Bangkok.

Millenium Hilton Bangkok


Millenium Hilton Bangkok
Rising up from the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Millennium Hilton Bangkok offers breathtaking views of the city. The hotel operates its own shuttle boats and provides guests with complimentary transport to and from the hotel to the BTS Skytrain and other points along the Chao Phraya River. Right next door in the Thonburi neighborhood is Iconsiam mall, one of Bangkok’s celebrated luxury shopping paradises that boasts the city’s flagship Apple Store.

Park Hyatt Bangkok


Park Hyatt Bangkok
Located at Central Embassy, one of the most luxurious malls in Bangkok, the Park Hyatt Bangkok hotel boasts 222 luxurious rooms, including 32 suites, with unobstructed views of the city. With entry-level rooms starting at 48 square meters, it ranks among the largest in Bangkok. In addition to a spa and fitness center, hotel amenities include a garden terrace with a 40-meter saltwater pool.

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