One of Bangkok’s historical gems, The Siam is a must see when staying in Thailand’s capital. Located on the river front, situated between historic palaces and temples, this boutique hotel has a lot to offer clients in search of a comfortable retreat, in contrast with the buzz and excitement of Bangkok. The hotel has 39 spacious and desirable suites and villas available, kitted out with sumptuous king sized beds, lavish furnishings and individual Thai designs, taking you on a historic journey through Thailand from the comfort of your bedroom. Personal butlers upon request will meet your needs and desires without hesitation and guests can enjoy the Opium Spa with a range of therapies and packages to help unwind from the throng of Bangkok.
This hotel goes even further to ensure guests are entertained. The Siam Cookery School is a favourite; join their chef by tuk tuk to choose fresh ingredients then learn how to cook with them. Round off your experience with a Siam sunset cruise aboard a stunning golden teak barge down the river; available for private charter. This is a great way to see the city and relax completely as you absorb the exuberant surroundings.
A plethora of restaurants within the hotel offer a varied range of cuisine and atmosphere to make sure guests can dine to their preference. Chef’s Table is an excellent choice, which by day is the Cookery School and by night serves an indulgent three course dinner. Not to be missed. Recommended by the Financial Times, this hotel is our Bangkok favourite with all the little touches well accounted for.
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