Banyan Tree Bangkok's elegant decor, Thai-infused features and iconic building complete with amazing views across Chao Phraya River are just but a few reasons why this hotel should be your number one hotel upgrade choice when you visit the Land of Smile's bustling capital city. From its rooftop bar down to its riverboat restaurant, this place oozes pure Thai culture and joy - with the added bonus of your worldy mod cons too. Your biggest problem about staying at this five-star paradise (um, hotel) is that you won't want to leave all of its' luxurious goodness to go out and explore the rest of the city!
Banyan Tree Bangkok consists of 327 rooms and suites. Even your basic twin and king rooms (aptly named deluxe and premier) boast your own living room, fancy bedroom, four-fixture ensuite, two TVs and very own aromatherapy burner with essential oils. Moving up the room list, it just gets better and better with Club Room stayers enjoying rain showers, jumbo baths and fancy art in addition to benefits including full buffet breakfasts, snacks, canapes, laundry service and free drinks. Guest who stay in suites, which comprise of one and two bedroom and spa options, also enjoy club privileges alongside spacious Thai-style living and resting areas including a kitchette inclusive of your own espresso machine. Spa suites have their own spa treatment views. And then there's the presendital suite, well we might let you use your imagination for that one!
If you manage to drag yourself away from your room, hit up the Banyan Tree's award-winning spa, hit the rooftop Vertigo & Moon Bar for fancy drinks and al fresco dining or try Thai dining at its fining at Saffron or onboard Apsara Dining Cruise. Lumphini MRT underground train station and Suanlum Night Barzaar are less than 600 metres from the hotel. Suvarnabhumi International Airport is a 40-minute ride by car. You can opt for a taxi or the hotel’s limousine and van transfer service.