bangkok TOP 10 LIST
TOP 10 LUXURY HOTELS
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Hotel Indigo Bangkok
Adhering to the design directives of the Indigo chain that threw out spas, executive lounges and turn down service, this sprightly outfitted property standing over Wireless Road captivates instead with vibrant rooms and stunning views unmatched by similar competitors.
SO Sofitel Bangkok
At the core of Bangkok’s ever evolving hospitality scene is its constant push for design gumption, a call actualised by SO Sofitel Bangkok’s 237 rooms and suites based on 4 elemental themes of wood, earth, water and metal.
Park Hyatt Bangkok
The city's latest luxury property to open occupies the top floors of the funkily wrought Central Embassy. The spatial compositions are clean and muted at first sight but harbour understatedly grand conceptions upon closer inspection.
One of the original riverside triumvirate that defined Thai hospitality in decades past, Shangri-la Bangkok is still immaculately well preserved and more than matches up to younger competitors with aplomb.
The Sukhothai Bangkok
Wrought through the hands of eminent architects Ed Tuttle and Kerry Hill, the timeless beauty and elegance of this famed oasis in the heart of a frenzied city is still attracting a knowing multitude unto its graceful colonnades and serene suites.
137 Pillars Bangkok
As the city installation of the renowned Chiang Mai resort, 137 Pillars Bangkok comprises of 34 sumptuous suites with walk-in wardrobe, roomy bathroom and a private balcony that opens to expansive views of the trendy Thonglor district below.
St Regis Bangkok
Even as one enters the St Regis Bangkok well assured of the level of dedication the brand is famed for, the uncommon attention to details and guest satisfaction as delivered by wonderful floors butlers here surpasses even our lofty expectations.
A looming presence on the other side of the river, The Peninsula Bangkok was launched as a stupendous retreat to set the bar for all others in the city. Indeed it has maintained much of its former vigour, and even as the original rooms are not entirely aligned with today's design sensibilities, it is still a grand presence that towers over the rest.
The Siam Bangkok
Conceptualised by Krissada Sukolso in collaboration with celebrated interior/ landscape designer Bill Bensley, The Siam was raised from little more than imagination and a steely resolution to create a new hospitality landmark in a city renowned for hospitality landmarks.
The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok has been standing on the banks of the Chao Phraya for over 140 years, receiving scores of dignitaries and fans into its fabled suites and historic parlours. There have been recent refurbishments, but the visage remains resolutely unchanging and ever so one's cherished home away from home.