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Where to stay in Bangkok - lebua

lebua at State Tower

lebua at State Tower is an indulgent 5-star experience where every occasion is unforgettable. Its elegant suites; each with separate bedroom, living room, and kitchenette; offer spectacular views from their balconies. With the hotel’s prime location near the Chao Phraya River, BTS SkyTrain, and expressway, the entire city is within reach.

Insider Tip: Head to the 67th floor and enjoy the 360-degree breathtaking panoramic view of the city from the regal State Room.

Where to stay in Bangkok - Chatrium

Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok

The 5-star hotel is close to the Saphan Taksin BTS skytrain station, connecting you to all major shopping, dining and entertainment venues Bangkok has to offer. The rooftop infinity pool overlooking the Chao Phraya River offers an expansive panoramic view of the cityscape and the riverside. Luxuriate in excellent riverside promenade alfresco dining or dine under the stars at the Chatrium's specialty restaurants.

Insider Tip: Chatrium ferry shuttle service takes you to the central ferry pier for easy transfer to the skytrain station and shuttle boat service to the Grand Palace, the Reclining Buddha and Temple of Dawn.

Where to stay in Bangkok - Centara

Centara Grand at Central World

The Centara Grand at Central World is one of Asia Pacific's largest hotels, with over 500 rooms and suites, all fully equipped with modern amenities to ensure the most comfortable stay. The hotel is located within Bangkok's CBD and is connected to Central World, Asia Pacific's largest lifestyle living mall with over 500 stores and 50 restaurants.

Insider Tip: Have dinner or lounge at the open-air restaurant, Red Sky, on the 55th floor to enjoy dramatic views of Bangkok.

Where to stay in Bangkok - Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit

Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit

Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit is located in one of Bangkok’s prime areas on Asoke Road (Sukhumvit Soi 21). The 5-star hotel has 325 rooms and suites that are spacious and tastefully decorated with contemporary Thai ‘touches’ and presents the very latest in-room technology. Other facilities include a business centre, full spa and fitness centre, swimming pool and a putting green on site.

Insider Tip: The hotel is adjacent to the subway and skytrain stations, only one stop by subway to the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre and one stop by skytrain to The Emporium department store.

Where to stay in Bangkok - Anatara Siam Bangkok Hotel

Anatara Siam Bangkok Hotel

The Anatara Siam Bangkok Hotel is 25 km from Suvarnabhumi International Airport and is situated among many shopping venues and business addresses. In addition to the displayed artwork and sprawling 25-meter swimming pool, this 5-star hotel has a visually stunning tropical garden, which spreads over 10 acres of land.

Insider Tip: Inform the staff beforehand if you are celebrating a special occasion, and be impressed by their personalised and excellent service to make your stay a memorable one.

Where to stay in Bangkok - Phranakorn Nornlen

Phranakorn Nornlen

This vintage retreat is really rather special. Besides having the friendliest staff in town, the retro theme channels a slower pace, beckoning you to sit back and relax in historic Bangkok near the Grand Palace. Not just a place to sleep, this is owner Donald’s labour of love and a true cultural experience. To make the most of it, sign up for their organic cooking class.

Insider Tip: If you’re travelling with kids, let staff know in advance – the hotel provides special family accommodation with a connecting room for the little ones.

Where to stay in Bangkok - Praya Palazzo

Praya Palazzo

This almost 90-year-old mansion is an Italian-designed private residence converted into a luxury boutique hotel. Set in a wonderfully tranquil spot, on the opposite side of the Chao Phraya River, it is only accessible by boat. The city sites are still within easy reach though, as the hotel’s private barge is on hand day and night – guests can charter it via the mobile phone provided.

Insider Tip: Savour one of the hotel’s signature authentic Thai dishes after dark. Sit on the terrace and enjoy views of the moonlit river while you dine.

Where to stay in Bangkok - Hotel Muse

Hotel Muse

Right in the city centre, this stylish hotel is great for shopaholics – all the top malls are within walking distance. All 174 rooms fuse Asian and Western design influences with an opulent feel. There’s also a sauna and tanning salon for beautifying before you slip on on new designer purchases.

Insider Tip: The Muse Grand Deluxe and Grand Twin rooms boast giant bathroom windows with stunning city vistas.

Where to stay in Bangkok - The Peninsula

The Peninsula

This sumptuous hotel is set in a W shape to offer optimum river views from all its rooms. It is perfect for healthy holidays, as its Wellness programme boasts a three-tiered pool for your daily swim, personal training consultants and fresh, balanced Naturally Peninsula menus. Reward yourself post-workout with a bespoke spa treatment, from a Thai yoga massage to a back, face and scalp massage using volcanic stones.

Insider Tip: There’s a Thai Painting Class for kids to exercise their creative genius. The two-hour class includes painting, singing and dancing, plus the opportunity to make their own take-home souvenir. 

Where to stay in Bangkok - Ariyasom Villa

Ariyasom Villa

This beautiful boutique villa was inspired by the aesthetics of 1940s and 50s Bangkok, with the added luxury of modern facilities. Here, you’ll find antique furniture and Thai silk curtains juxtaposed with flat screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. The attention to design details is outstanding, no doubt due to the fact it is a family-run business. As well as a Thai spa there’s also a peaceful library – great for a cool drink and a moment of reflection.

Insider Tip: For a romantic break, pick room 110 – it comes with a Jacuzzi.

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