5 Best Luxury River Side Hotels And Resorts In Bangkok

Best Luxury River Side Hotels And Resorts In Bangkok

The City of Bangkok is magnificent and attractive and among the most visited destinations in The World. Naturally and Culturally Bangkok is blessed with many wonders to be proud of. The River Chao Phraya- renowned as ‘The River Of Kings’ is yet another natural boon bestowed on the City which is proudly flowing in the heart of Bangkok. The bank of the river is a home to some of the best luxurious hotels with a fabulous view of the river.

Here Are Some Of The Best Luxurious Hotels Along The River In Bangkok

1) The Peninsula Bangkok

The Peninsula Bangkok is a true peninsular oasis. The Hotel offers fantastic view of the River and also the city Skyline. It is classic yet elegant and absolutely sophisticated. The Thai ambiance and hospitality will impress you for sure. The wireless internet service is provided complementary for the guest. The Hotel has a classy range of vehicles for transportation including the BMW 7  series, a helicopter, Rolls-Royce Silver Spur and also a private ferry. The rooms are decorated with decent artworks and photography. Another prominent feature is the Thiptara restaurant which serves you in small pavilions by the river.

The Peninsula Bangkok

2) Chatrium Hotel Bangkok

Hotel Chatrium is located at Bang Kho Laem, is on the banks of the river. The location is also convenient and accessible from the prime locations like Grand Palace, Taskin Bridge, Central World and Siam Square. The Rooms have balconies directly above the river giving you a amazing view of the river and the city lights. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, dark wood furniture and some also have small well equipped kitchens and dining areas. You have alfresco dining option at Pier 28, international buffet is served at River Barge and Cantonese at Silver Waves.

Chatrium Hotel Bangkok

3) Shangri la Bangkok

It is the heart of the business district of Sathorn. There are two towers facing the Saphan Taksin Bridge. A 802-room property fully equipped with all modern amenities. There are two swimming pools and a health club with all the necessary equipment,yoga, aerobics and Thai boxing sessions. There are 6 restaurants with Italian, Chinese and Thai cuisine. It also has its own cruise ship, The Horizon with international buffet on board.

Shangri la Bangkok

4) The Siam Hotel

The Siam is along the River of Kings, among the historical  monuments, temples and museums. It is a 39 room luxury retreat or a resort with plush villas along the river frontage. The Siam’s one of its kinds infrastructure with ancient doors, windows,door handles, window screens and many more antique details make it stand up on others. The villas are alluring with private pools, gardens and rooftop terraces.They have a Thai Restro, Bar, Cafe and also private dining options. To Complement your spa and gym there is a infinity pool overlooking the River. The Chef’s table is a great option to enjoy a indulgent dinner with your very own master chef creating delicious dishes making it one of the best dining experiences for you.

The Siam Hotel

5) Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort

Anantara Riverside is a thriving oasis offering a unique way to experience the City Of Angels. Palm trees swaying in the tropical gardens with a huge view in the middle. The Thai style rooms offer majestic view of the river. The rooms have balconies and are furnished with Thai fabrics and modern comforts. At night, oil lamps flicker and lanterns hang from the trees, as the river glitters beyond. The guest are offered a ‘Handy’ mobile phone, which confers free local and UK calls. The cuisine includes Italian, Polynesian, Japanese menus and there is Terrace dining with eat in abundance option and Thai dancing at considerable prices.

Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort

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