10 Best Family Hotels in Bangkok
Most Popular Kid-Friendly Hotels in Bangkok
The best family hotels in Bangkok are ideal for those travelling with children, and wanting to make the most of the time with the kids. Family holidays can be a real pleasure; no matter how fussy the little ones are, especially if you choose a hotel that is geared towards the needs and requirements towards differing age groups. As long as they are happy, you will be too!
Below we have selected the most popular kid-friendly hotels in Bangkok, all of which have a mighty fine reputation for offering the kind of facilities and services that will keep your children in high spirits and make your stay as parents a lot easier and pleasant. Often, these hotels offer various activities for kids - on top of great pool areas (complete with a kiddies pool), and areas for them to play, run around and have fun... the stuff kids love to do.
The hotels in our list are selected according to the following requirements:
- Guestrooms can accommodate at least 2 adults+1 child, often more
- The hotel has a good Kids Club
- Features a large swimming pool
- Is in a stress-free and/or convenient area
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...0
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...0
Just when you think there is nothing more to delight you, the Siam Kempinski pulls another trick out of the bag, raising the bar for five star hotels in Bangkok.Everything is designed to wow here: throughout the corridors and communal spaces you will find beautiful artwork and antiques, displayed without the feel of a stuffy museum.In the middle of the central courtyard is the Rotunda: a casual restaurant surrounded by tropical trees, greenery and the hotels three pools.Relaxing here you might even forget that you are in Bangkok.If this isnt enough to calm you, you can head to the 7th floor where you will find Kempinskis spa, with pampering treatments themed around the four seasons. Read More...0
An attractive water garden separates Grande Centre Point Hotel from busy Wireless Road and transports you away from the city outside to a charming Thai-inspired interior.The welcome at reception is warm and the staff know Bangkok and the surrounds well.On the ground floor you will also find the restaurant where you can enjoy a hearty international and Thai breakfast, buffet lunch and a la carte dinner.The swimming pool, Jacuzzi, gym and sauna can be found on the same floor, where there is an open air feel and a complimentary coffee and tea stand and lounge space.Kids are also well looked after here, with a small, shaded swimming pool in which they can try out their water wings, and soft play room with plenty of toys and games and an outdoor playground with swings and cars. Read More...0
Centara Grand at CentralWorld is a 505 room five star hotel that is located within one of the largest shopping malls in Asia.If youre coming to Bangkok to shop then there really isnt a better option, just walk through the door and you will find 500 shops over 7 floors with a range of international and Thai brands as well as a cinema and kids edutainment zone.Add to that the proximity to Siam Square, Siam Center, MBK and Siam Paragon â€“ it really is a shopaholics dream.The hotel is also connected via a covered walkway to the sky train at Chit Lom, the walk there will take around ten minutes, taking you past the Erawan Shrine where you might catch a glimpse of traditional Thai dancing as a thanks for good luck. Read More...0
Located on Wireless Road overlooking Lumphini Park, this hotel is within walking distance of a major shopping, dining, and office complex.A transit station is within walking distance, and Queen Sirikit Convention Center is 1.5 km away. Read More...0
With a prominent use of glass throughout the hotel and a minimalist white colour scheme, Grande Centre Point Hotel Sukhumvit Terminal 21 mixes a contemporary Thai style with unmistakably modern twists.The building itself is striking, with a golden stupa-like rooftop that is recognisable from across the city and the outdoor infinity pool ringed by frangipani trees is a wonderful area for relaxing, looking out over Sukhumvit Road with a lake view of Benjakitti Park.With many activities onsite - including tennis, karaoke and a putting green - as well as direct access to one of Bangkoks best shopping malls there are enough activities to please the whole family. Read More...0
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...0
Chatrium Residence Sathorn is a massive development that impresses guests with its size.Split into short and long stay residences, the calm and sophisticated environment envelops guests as they enter the glass fronted lobby and once amid the hotel facilities on the fourth floor, Chatrium Residence feels more like a resort than a city centre hotel.The swimming pool itself is very special; the freeform rounded edges act as a centre point around which Albricas, a Japanese and International restaurant, and a fully-equipped gym, is based.This is not the most convenient hotel in terms location, as the BTS Skytrain is several kilometres away, but there is a fast track bus service called the BRT that stops at the entrance to the soi. Read More...0
The Sukosol is an artistically focused five star hotel with unique touches that make this expansive low rise hotel stand out from the crowd.The location of the hotel is excellent for enjoying many different experiences that Bangkok has to offer, including the vital public transport links that mean guests can travel widely throughout the city without getting caught in traffic jams.Close to The Sukosol Hotel you will find both the BTS Skytrain Phraya Thai Station and the Airport Link Station that can connect to Suvarnabhumi International Airport in less than 40 minutes.Other interesting things to enjoy close to the hotel include the night market and local shopping malls at nearby Victory Monument and the international malls and restaurants at Siam. Read More...