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The Siam is an exclusive luxury hotel in the Dusit area of Bangkok. Boutique in size but majestic in amenities, style, and service, the hotel is a haven of peace and serenity in Thailand’s busy capital city.
This privately owned boutique hotel, designed by Bill Bensley, sits elegantly and quietly alongside the Chao Phraya River. This is in the historic part of Bangkok amid three acres of luxuriant gardens. Far from the bustle of downtown nightlife, eateries, and busy shopping streets, the resort provides everything guests could want to relax in supreme luxury.
For those shopping/dining trips or just exploring the city, the hotel has a longtail shuttle boat transfer to the elevated Skytrain and piers throughout Bangkok. Guests can also book a sunset cruise on a traditional rice barge, accompanied by knowledgeable staff and dining options. The city also has two international airports, each less than an hour from the hotel.
One of the best hotels in Bangkok, The Siam is famous for its welcoming reception, superlative staff, service, and comfort. Moreover, a personal butler service surpasses the usual concierge facilities.
Additionally, this stunningly beautiful hotel of elevated structures open to natural light features a magnificent atrium lobby framed with towering palms above a lotus pool.
Interiors also showcase an exquisite art collection, antiques, Chinese artifacts, dark wood, and marble corridors. Gorgeous verdant-covered walkways outside lead down to riverside walks.
This Bangkok hotel is a sanctuary in a busy city and provides an abundance of amenities within this oasis. A 23 ft. infinity pool flows by the river with luxurious loungers and a poolside bar. There are also several other dining options, a cooking school, and an opulent spa and fitness facility with muay Thai boxing. Additionally, there is a Movie Theater, library, vinyl room, business center, and a meeting room.
Accommodation consists entirely of 39 luxury suites and pool villas. These spacious accommodations feature décor with a lot of black and white. This is in keeping with the pubic and dining rooms, an elegant Thai take on Art Deco style. The beds are also huge, and seating is padded and comfortable.
Original art adorns walls and antique pieces that blend with modern technologies in information smartphones and Wi-Fi. Well-stocked mini-bars, coffee machines, flat-screen TVs, radios, and complimentary breakfasts are standard. Besides, bathrooms continue the black and white theme with b/w floor and wall tiling.
Features include huge tubs and rainfall showers, double vanity units, and luxury toiletries. Additionally, villas range about the lush gardens and have private courtyards/terraces and an extra bed. There are also plunge pools and hot tubs, elaborately decorated bedrooms, and glamorous bathrooms. Villas also have fine river views.
Moreover, you can upgrade to one of the Riverview suites or the Siam Suite with special resort credits.
Once the accommodation of socialite Connie Mangskau, this gorgeous traditional Thai teak house has been transformed into a pool house while preserving its original character. Secluded and draped in lush greenery, this 2-person bijou villa has every luxury and comfort.
The hotel offers a contrast of dining options to suit different tastes, moods, and occasions. The Chon Thai Restaurant is the gourmet diner of the resort. It serves perfectly prepared classic Thai cuisine using fresh local seasonal produce.
Furthermore, the restaurant has been formed from a cohesion of old Thai teakwood houses with décor/menus reflecting the traditions and culture of the Thai people. Moreover, a black and white bar and bistro behind the Chon Thai is usually open for breakfast and lighter meals.
Additionally, the Bathers Bar is the poolside option. Here, outsized daybeds and seats are striped in the continuing black and white theme and super comfortable. Likewise, the chic bar beside the infinity pool offers drinks, cocktails, and light refreshments throughout the day. Sunset cocktails on the hotel’s private riverside pier are another evening option.
Tucked in a niche (with Wi-Fi) near the lobby, Café Cha is a beautiful and unusual coffee and tea house. Freshly brewed coffee, fine teas, savory brioches, scones with jam and cream, pastries, and dainty small cakes are here morning to evening. Besides, sparkling wine is an optional extra. Champagne is no problem.
Opium Spa is an opulent award-winning spa facility with saunas and Turkish baths. It also features expert massages and luxury regenerative facials employing exclusive Sodashi therapies and products. Additionally, the spa offers a rare opportunity for a traditional Thai Sak Yant tattoo service.
Moreover, there is a stunning lounge with banquette seating for total relaxation after treatments. A hair and nail studio also provides grooming for all-age guests.
The gym features state-of-the-art fitness equipment in an exercise area, enjoying floor-to-ceiling mirrors. There are also windows allowing natural light in and a peaceful outlook while training. Besides, personal trainers can assist with requests, and Thai boxing lessons are also available. Yoga sessions are also available.
Kids pool and spa facilities are provided. Cookery and kickboxing are also taught, and young guests are made welcome. Additionally, special needs are catered for with some adapted rooms and wheelchair facilities in public areas.
You can explore the city following the waterways starting from the hotel. Guests can barge to old parts of Bangkok with artisans and traditional crafts, floating markets, and famous temples and sights.
Alternatively, guests can explore Bangkok along the many cycle paths or book a day trip to the old capital of Ayutthaya by a personal butler. The trip includes ‘Mary Poppins’ bikes, light refreshments, towels, entrance fees, and a professional host.
Furthermore, guests can enjoy a leafy area with some historic buildings and river views walking near the hotel. Besides, the Chao Phraya River also runs through the royal district of Rattanakosin. There is also The Royal Palace and Wat Phra Kaew temple at the Grand Palace. Chinatown celebrates the Chinese culture and large, lively community within Bangkok, which guests can book as an escorted day trip.
The Siam offers several staycation short breaks. From bed and breakfast to spa and wellness days, short-stay, and dining options.
Bangkok is the vibrant capital city of Thailand today. The river is at the heart of the city, with canals running off into all districts of lively commerce, markets, temples, street food, and restaurants. The Siam offers a place of serene relaxation amid this bustling city. Above all, guests who have stayed at the Siam have nothing but good to say.
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