The best luxury hotels in Riverside Bangkok could make up a who's who of the world elite travel brands. These large resorts offer incredible facilities and services to impress those with even the most exacting standards of hospitality. In between these large resorts, you will find ultra-luxe boutique hotels that are unmistakably Thai yet of great appeal to world travellers.
Bangkok Riverside's best luxury hotels have been picked because of their reliable track record to going the extra mile for their guests along with premier dining venues, spas and convenient transport options. See the full rundown below.
- Damnoen Saduak Floating Market Tour
- Banyan Tree's Apsara Dinner Cruise
- Vertigo & Moon Bar Rooftop Dining
- Ayutthaya Ancient Capital Tour with River Cruise
- Shangri-La Hotel's Buffet Dinner Cruise
- Bridge on the River Kwai & Historic Railway Tour
- Siam Niramit Dinner Show
- Calypso Bangkok Cabaret Show
- Chao Phraya River Dinner Cruise
- Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha Half-Day Tour
Mandarin Oriental, BangkokBangkok
The legendary service of The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok dates back 125 years when it was first opened as a seamans lodge along the Chao Phraya River.It typifies a golden age of travel and attends the needs of guests at the highest levels.The recently retired legendary General Manager of the hotel, Kurt Wachtveitl, has spent 41 years ensuring that the Oriental has no rival for excellence of comfort, dignity and style. Read More...
The Siam is a five-star hotel located riverside in Bangkok Dusit District.Set in three acres of tropical exotic splendour, The Siam is a 39-room luxury retreat sited only minutes from the Royal Elephant Museum, Dusit Zoo and Chitlada Palace, not to mention The Grand Palace, and Wat Po.Accommodation comprises 16 Siam Suites (80sqm); six Mae Nam Suites (90sqm); six Riverview Suites (100sqm); six Pool Villas Courtyard (130sqm); four Pool Villas Riverview (130sqm), and Connie Cottage (160sqm). Read More...
The Peninsula BangkokBangkok
Guests to the 37 storey Peninsula Hotel will be impressed by the palatial colonial charm but its the faultless service and attention to detail that really awes and sets the benchmark for premium luxury hotels to strive towards.Shoes are polished at the touch of a button; your preferred newspaper is noted and delivered each morning, and your favourite breakfast spot is remembered for the duration of your stay.Every request is fulfilled and nothing needs to be asked for twice.This is the superior treatment guests can expect at The Peninsula.The breakfast buffet in The River Cafe - with a beautiful setting beside the Chao Phraya on one side and lawn on the other - offers a suitably impressive start to the day, while five further restaurants on site each provide something different. Read More...
Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok is one of the most luxurious five-star hotels in Bangkok and its Riverside location offers the best in terms of convenience and beauty.Located on the banks of Chao Phraya River, the hotel has simply stunning views of the river, both from the guestrooms and the lovely poolside area.The location also offers easy access to Bangkok leading shopping, sightseeing and business districts thanks to the adjacent Sky Train at Saphan Taksin BTS Station which enables guests to travel throughout the city with ease.Suvarnabhumi international Airport is only just 30-35 minutes away by car. Read More...
Tower Club at lebuaBangkok
There is a sense of prestige that pervades Lebua Hotel and especially the Tower Club room category housed on the 51st to 59th floors with the infamous Hangover Suite at the top (a reference to the coming-of-age movie about the exploits of bachelor party gone wrong).Entry level 1 Bedroom Suites start from 66 sqm, and each features a colonnaded balcony for enjoying the unforgettable view.The 2 and 3 Bedroom Suites increase massively in size to 176 sqm and 266 sqm respectively, giving room for a full kitchen, en suite, three separate balconies and large living and dining room.Furnished in a classic style, decor is more comfortable than chic: a welcoming space after a hard day shopping or tramping round the many temples and museums nearby. Read More...
Anantara Bangkok RiversideBangkok
Set on a massive plot of land along the banks of the Chao Praya River, Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa provides enough reasons to never leave the hotel, with 11 separate restaurants and bars, beautiful pool area fringed by palms, tennis court and fully equipped gym with planned activities.Add to this the famous Anantara Spa with a range of treatments and Crayon, a staffed childrens playroom, and you have activities to please the whole family.With many elements of Thai design mixed with a profusion of wood and high ceilings straight from the colonial era, the low-rise resort feels separated from the hustle of downtown Bangkok, even though it is only a 15 minute boat ride to the pier and BTS Station at Saphan Taksin. Read More...
Royal Orchid SheratonBangkok
The five-star Royal Orchid Sheraton summons the age of Thai antiquity with an outstanding resort-style complex that is decked out in rich colours and ornate furnishings, and owing to its huge size, is perfect for many types of traveller.The gold and teak classically styled lobby is an inviting space, with water features, daily musicians playing Thai instruments and even a replica of the Emerald Buddha, the most sacred Buddha image in Thailand.There is little doubt you are in Thailand.On the first floor you will find most of the leisure facilities: two swimming pools, river or garden view, fitness centre, tennis court, onsite Mandara Spa with luxury packages and even an outdoor Thai massage option overlooking the Chao Phraya River. Read More...
lebua at State TowerBangkok
lebua at State Tower is a luxury five star hotel in Bang Rak, close to Silom business district and the mighty Chao Phraya River.The facilities at this property are truly special and will leave guests with many memories and even more magnificent photos of probably the best view of the meandering river and rolling cityscape that Bangkok has to offer.Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain Station is just five minutes walk away from the hotel as is Sathorn Pier with free shuttle ferries to Asiatique Night Market, and several ferries heading towards the Old Town of the city, home of many majestic temples and the Grand Palace. Read More...
There are many quirky traits to Praya Palazzo: a quick call from Pra Athit Pier or Rajaworavihara Pier and a barge will collect you and your bags and deliver you quickly and safely to the other side of the Chao Phraya - the only way to access the hotel.Check-in is done during your brief boat ride so you can waltz straight in and up to your room.Although Praya Palazzo is only accessible via the water you never feel cut off, only a minute away from the bars and restaurants of Pra Athit and Khao San, with the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and the Temple of Dawn only another short ride away.This hotel balances seclusion, whilst still being in a bustling, interesting part of Bangkok. Read More...