10 Reasons to Stay at Banyan Tree Bangkok
We loved it and here's why
Banyan Tree Bangkok Hotel is one of the tallest hotels on Sathorn Road in downtown Bangkok, and certainly the most iconic. Consisting of 327 guestrooms and suites, a sumptuous collection of restaurants and cool bars, and an award-winning spa, leisure facilities will satisfy the most particular of guests. The customer service at Banyan Tree Bangkok Hotel is also spectacular here and has several unique selling points that make this one of the finest five-star hotels in the city.
Rooms are kitted out in a contemporary-classic style with a focus on native aesthetics such as Thai artwork and silk fabrics, as well as all the modern conveniences you would expect from a leading five-star chain. Here are our 10 Reasons to Stay at Banyan Tree Bangkok Hotel.
Visiting Vertigo (for dinner) and The Moon Bar (for drinks) on the 61st floor rooftop of Banyan Tree Bangkok Hotel is a rite of passage for first-timers in Bangkok – just don’t wear flip flops because you won’t get in!
If you have already experienced the (admittedly, stunning) cityscape from Vertigo, take the lift down to the 51st floor and have the open-air but under cover Latitude Lounge and Bar all to yourself.
Floor to ceiling windows in all 327 guestrooms ensure a simply stunning cityscape – certainly among the best views in Bangkok!
Banyan Tree Spas are among the finest in the world and at their Bangkok establishment you can tailor a program to suit your exact specifications, from the massage technique down to the choice of scent to light up your room.
Guests can order the world-class Banyan Tree Spa treatments to be given in your room or suite. Pricey, but highly recommended!
Banyan Tree offers a unique Complimentary Shopping Companion to accompany you to the shops and point out the best bargains.
Along with some cool bars, Banyan Tree Bangkok Hotel has speciality Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Seafood, and International Cuisine restaurants that are among the best in Bangkok. Bon appetite.
The Lobby Lounge has a traditionally dressed Thai musician play a stringed instrument called a ‘kim’ every afternoon, and, in the evening, a three-piece jazz band playing smooth hits to enjoy over a leisurely drink and enjoy.
The swimming pool on the 21st floor is a relaxing space but it isn’t south facing so guests won’t receive all day sun.
Banyan Tree has a charming river cruise called Aspara that is the finest of its kind in Bangkok. Enjoy a five-course feast aboard a converted rice barge. A must-do! Read More...
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