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  • 10 Best Luxury Hotels in Silom

    Most Popular 5-Star Hotels In Silom

    The best luxury hotels in Silom are far more than just a room with a bed. Here you will find fantastic design hotels with world class restaurants, funky bars, spas, swimming pools, and even business facilities.

    Thanks to the BTS Silom line, public transport is the logical choice for travelling around the area when staying at one of SIlom’s best luxury hotels. Suvarnabhumi is only 45 minutes away from this area, and with Lumpini Park at one end and the Chao Phraya River at the other, there is plenty of cool things to do in Silom. Have a look at our constantly updated list of the best luxury hotels in Silom below.

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    A subtle mix of Thai and modern design embellishes the 327 rooms in the Banyan Tree Bangkok, inspired by the countrys heritage and accommodation offering floor-to-ceiling windows with fantastic views of Bangkok.There are seven room types; even the spacious Deluxe comes with separate living space.It is the little luxuries that help Banyan Tree Hotel stand out from the crowd, such as two televisions, a daily newspaper and a fragrant essential burner with a range of scents.If you are coming with family then the 119sqm Two-Bedroom Suites offer a home away from home.The Banyan Tree Hotel Spa is a calm oasis over three floors, the decor minimalist and Zen, with 16 spacious treatment rooms to allow privacy when enjoying luxurious pampering. Read More...

    Dusit Thani Bangkok is a renowned five star hotel in the Silom District of central Bangkok which has 517 rooms, each with a Thai twist to them, touches of Thai silk, teak wood and orchids.Although the rooms have a traditional feel to them, they have incorporated modern amenities for both business and leisure guests including complimentary internet in all rooms and Wi-Fi in public areas, flat-screen LCD TV, and bedside controls for the air-conditioner and blackout curtains.If given a choice, the rooms with the best views are those overlooking Lumpini Park, which is only a couple of minutes walk from the hotel. Read More...

    Guests enter the Sukhothai hotel via a tree-lined driveway, a short distance that takes you away from the noise of busy Bangkok streets, and into the manicured gardens that surround the hotel.Although Sukhothai Hotel may be only 13 stories high, it does not feel overlooked, and all of the 210 rooms look out onto the verdant grounds, water features and trees that surround it.The decor is luxurious and unobtrusive, inspired by the ruins at the old ancient capital after which the hotel is named - you will find stupas in one courtyard and a Buddha statue floating serenely on the water in another.With high-end Italian, Thai and International restaurants to pick from you are spoilt for choice, and Zuk bar on the ground floor opens onto an outside terrace, perfect for evening drinks. Read More...


    Le Meridien Bangkok is a sophisticated five star hotel in the Silom area of Bangkok.This location is known as an excellent location in which to base yourself when visiting Bangkok because of the range and scope of local attractions and services, as well as the excellent public transport links that make travel around the city quick and easy.The hotel is actually situated on Surawongsee Road that runs parallel to Silom but it is just a short walk to the BTS Station at Sala Daeng and the MRT Underground at Silom.Other places of interest include Lumpini Park, shopping experiences at Silom Complex Shopping Mall and Patpong Night Market and many bars and restaurants that create one of the liveliest areas in Bangkok. Read More...


    There are 238 chic rooms in four different styles that spill out into the corridor, making each floor feel like a different hotel.The lowest floors are the metal zone, with bedrooms so white and futuristic, the bright space contrasting with Bangkoks jumble of colour and noise.For a more Zen-like experience, continue upwards to the warm, wood-inspired rooms; a twist on traditional Thai accommodation that has a Japanese feel right down to the Bonsai tree.Earth rooms are painted Klein blue with paintings inspired by Thai mythology.Fighting fish feature on the top floors in the rooms themed around water with marble walls recreating the colours of the sea. Read More...


    W Bangkok


    There isnt a corner of W Hotel that does not make a good impression with a light-hearted and playful design that is exciting and fabulously hip.The reception is decked out in a large mural created from thousands of crystals, each painstakingly positioned by hand, and as you enter the lift, there is a wall of Tuk Tuk lights creating a disco vibe.With a fantastic location in the business district of Bangkok, W Hotel is only minutes walk from the BTS at Chong Nonsi, and only a short taxi ride from Siloms famous nightlife.The 407 rooms are equally cool, with bright bursts of colour, plenty of high-tech equipment and funky amenities. Read More...

    The best thing about the Metropolitan is that the hotel offers you so much more than just a bed to sleep in.Nahm restaurant serves up some of the best Thai food in the city, creating a host of amazing Thai dishes using high-quality ingredients and some interesting twists.Any food lover visiting Bangkok should include a trip here on their to-do list.Creative cocktails are served in the Met Bar, with happy hour running from 16:00 till 21:00.For those looking to relax, there is no better way to do it than booking into Shambalaya Spa for a massage and facial or simply relaxing in the hydro pool.The hotel also boasts a great fitness centre, with top-of-the-range equipment, a separate yoga studio and an outdoor swimming pool. Read More...

    Pullman Bangkok Hotel G is a luxury five star property with amazing restaurants, amenities and diligent staff.The hotel is located in the Silom area of Bangkok, the main business district of the city, surrounded by many famous tourist spots such as Patpong Night Market and entertainment zone, Silom Complex Shopping Mall, Lumpini Park, and the riverside area of Bangrak is nearby.The hotel is well serviced by public transport with the BTS Skytrain Station at Chong Nonsi just a few hundred metres away.The 469 fashionable rooms available at Pullman Bangkok Hotel G are split into three room types, each awash with style: from the chic Deluxe rooms to the more classic accents in the Executive rooms. Read More...

    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...

    Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park is a professional five star hotel close to the Silom business area if the city and here the service is amazing, rooms are clean and well appointed and facilities are excellent for business or leisure guests.The hotel is actually located on Surawongsee Road, just a few minutes walk from both the MRT Underground at Silom and Sala Daeng BTS Skytrain Station so travel around the city is as easy as possible and in the local area guests are spoiled for choice when it comes to shopping - either at Patpong Night Market or fancy Silom Complex Shopping Mall - and dining out, with many excellent Thai, Japanese and European Restaurants within a few hundred metres of the hotel. Read More...

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