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    Editor's Guide to Recommended Hotels in Sathorn

    Broken down into two parallel roads (North Sathorn and South Sathorn), Sathorn is dotted with modern high-rises, embassies, gleaming corporate head offices and some of Bangkok's trendiest hotels like the Metropolitan, the Sukhothai and Banyan Tree. The area also boasts many up-market serviced apartments and a variety of fine restaurants serving up excellent local and international cuisine.

    Sathorn Street runs all the way to the riverside and is accessible via the BTS Skytrain at Chong Nonsi, Surasak and Saphan Taksin. Often considered a 'watered down' version of Silom, Sathorn is ideal for those seeking peace and privacy away from the downtown commotion.

    What is 'Editor's Pick':
    Editor’s Picks are the hotels we personally reviewed and liked the most, ones we recommend to our friends and family when they come to Bangkok and are looking for the best places to stay according to their budget or location preferences.

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    1. Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok 4.7/ 5
    2. Hansar Bangkok Hotel 4.7/ 5
    3. Oriental Residence Bangkok 4.7/ 5
    4. The Okura Prestige Bangkok 4.7/ 5
    5. Banyan Tree Bangkok 4.5/ 5
    6. Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn 4.6/ 5
    7. Le Meridien Bangkok 4.5/ 5

Hotels near Surasak BTS Station

Why Did We Pick This Hotel:

Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn is a prestigious, glass fronted property that suits the surrounding business area perfectly yet still provides enough services, facilities to impress many types of traveller to Bangkok. It is close to Surasak BTS Station on the Silom Line, with direct connections to the Chao Phraya Riverside in one direction and Siam shopping district in the other. More areas of interest close to the hotel include Silom Complex Shopping Mall, Patpong Night Market, and the natural area of Lumpini Park.

The 390 rooms at Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn are well appointed with magnificently soft beds arranged in king or twin configurations, modern artwork, large windows, and marble lined bathrooms. Modern conveniences are provided in the form of air conditioning, fully stocked mini bar, LCD TV, safety deposit box, wireless internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and a hair dryer in the bathroom. The lobby is a high ceilinged room with contemporary chandeliers hangings down over a stylish waiting area, but it is the rooftop, infinity edged swimming pool that is most impressive about the Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn as it is truly one of the finest in Bangkok with spectacular views, sun loungers for catching some rays, a modern fitness centre, and there is an executive lounge, kids playroom, conference facilities and four speciality restaurants serving a range of fine cuisine. Read More...

Why Did We Select This Hotel?

The Mode Sathorn Hotel Managed by Siam at Siam is a four-star hotel located in the Silom area of Bangkok, Thailand. The Mode Sathorn Hotel Managed by Siam at Siam is located right beside the BTS Surasak Station, which will help guests get to where they need to go. The Patpong Night Market is 1.6 km away, and is for those who wish to shop and enjoy the famous nightlife culture of Bangkok. China Town is 2.7kms from the hotel and Siam Square is 3.1kms away. The hotel central location allows for stunning views and easy access to the highlights of Bangkok.

The Mode Sathorn Hotel Managed by Siam at Siam has 201 rooms in four different varieties. Each of these rooms, however, has a very urban aesthetic with equally modern colour schemes of oranges, reds, yellows, purples and whites. They are spacious with fantastic views of the city, and are neat and spacious. Each room has a TV and a mini-bar, as well as free Wi-Fi access. The bathrooms have larges tubs and toilets, and are chic and open. There are large mirrors, and the whole hotel has a very suave and sleek atmosphere to it. The hotel has a fantastic outdoor swimming pool overlooking the skyline, great and friendly service, and a professional fitness area. Read More...

 Right at Surasak BTS Station

Near BTS Chong Nongsi


W Bangkok


Why Did We Pick It?

There is'nt 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. In a nod to Thailands favourite sport there is a hint of Muay Thai in the soft furnishings, inluding cushions created from the famous silk shorts emblazoned with a golden W. The room really is all about glitz, glamour, and most importantly, having fun. The 40 inch television offers a large selection of movies, or you can plug in your iPod and connect to your own collection. A wireless tablet is used to control not only the temperature and mood lighting of the room, but also send a quick email to room service. If you are feeling hungry, the Munchie Box is a Willy Wonka inspired treat, and the bathroom is stocked with Bliss products for some in-suite pampering.

What we loved:

- Muay Thai inspired room design including an oversized pair of sparkly boxing gloves
- Wireless tablet controls aircon, lights and contacts room service
- Bliss pampering products in the bathroom
- The surrealist swimming pool is shaped like an eye
- Cool private members club vibe at Woo Bar open for all


Luxury Hotels in Sathorn

These hotels have it all! You will get the complete resort experience right in the heart of Bangkok at these five-star stunners. The prices are high but the range of leisure facilities, stylish rooms and well-oiled efficiency that you will find surely makes it worth the cost for those who expect the best.

Why Did We Choose This Hotel?

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. The signature pampering set here is the Royal Banyan treatment that was inspired by customs from Thailans palaces throughout history, and designed to improved circulation and ease any aches or stress. The Banyan Trees most famous restaurant is undoubtedly Saffron, which offers a modern twist on Thai dishes in a chic, comfortable lounge on the 52nd floor.

What we loved:
- Siloms buzzing nightlife is less than 10 minutes away
- Club Lounge includes all day drinks and snacks, shuttle service around area and express check-in
- Floor to ceiling windows in all rooms
- Moon Rooftop Bar offers a 360-degree view of Bangkok and is of the must-do activities in Bangkok
- Award-winning Spa with traditional Thai treatments and products Read More...

Why This Hotel?

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.

Subject to availability you can pick your element or, if you are staying for a few nights, experience more than one. All rooms come with a selection of complimentary juices and soft drinks, bath and shower, Wi-Fi and an Apple Mac mini system so you can watch television and check your emails on the same screen. The upgrade to Sofitel Sos Signature Club is definitely worth splashing out on as the Exclusive Lounge was inspired by Christian Lacroix (who also designed the amazing staff uniforms) and offers not only an a la carte breakfast, but afternoon tea, evening cocktails, welcome massage at the spa, loan of a bicycle for a tour of Lumpini Park and complimentary use of the Signature Meeting Room.

Couples What we loved:

- The four intriguing and unusual room designs you can pick from
- Apple Mac Mini system in all rooms
- Park Society Rooftop Bar and Restaurant with views of Lumpini Park
- Innovative treatments at the forest-inspired So Spa
- Infinity Pool with underwater music
- Amazing Club Lounge designed by Christian Lacroix

Why Did We Pick This Hotel?

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.

The rooms at Sukhothai Hotel offer a perfect blend of timeless luxury and modern fixtures. Enhanced with teak wood furniture, luxurious linens and Thai silks, they provide a relaxing sanctuary. The colours are muted gold and greens, and we recommend requesting a room that looks out onto the pretty central square and its lily-filled water feature. All the rooms have been designed to make the most of the natural light, and the entire hotel feel spacious and airy. Garden suites are a spacious 76 square metres and have a balcony and a dedicated lounge space. All rooms have desks, access to Wi-Fi and a surround sound system, as well as Lavazza coffee machines.

What we loved:

- The leafy landscaped grounds that surround the hotel provide peace and quiet
- Garden suites look out onto a pretty courtyard surrounded by lawns and lily ponds
- Fine linens, teakwood furnishings and Thai silk embellish the rooms
- High-tech in room AV equipment including a 40 LCD TV, Ipod and Iphone connections
- Spa Botanica is set in a small house, with a private balcony in each treatment room
- The scrumptious Chocolate Afternoon Tea Buffet that runs from Friday to Sunday Read More...

Mid Range Hotels in Sathorn

Why Did We Pick It:

U Sathorn Bangkok features a selection of 86 guestrooms in Superior and Deluxe options, as well as a collection of Suites spread over three low rise wings set in a courtyard style, and surrounded by green areas with a swimming pool as the centrepiece. The hotel features a French colonial style with a contemporary twist. Each room features bathroom with rain shower, in-room entertainment systems, individually-controlled air conditioning, mini-bar, personal safe deposit box, wireless high-speed internet connectivity, IDD telephone, coffee and tea-making facilities and LCD television with satellite channel selections. Great onsite dining options include Jaime, serving fine French dishes with the twist of dishes being served Chinese table style. Read More...

Why Did We Pick This Hotel?

Ascott Sathorn Bangkok is a smart five star hotel and serviced apartments just a few steps from Sathorn Bridge and Chong Nonsi BTS Skytrain Station.This hotel is superbly positioned close to Silom financial district of Bangkok with shopping malls, spas, tailors, and restaurants well dispersed around the local area.The 177 serviced apartments split between studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units.Owing to the large size of this hotel, business guests are catered for as well as leisure travellers, as the well appointed rooms include a full kitchen including washing machine, cable TV with accompanying DVD player, dining table and chairs, comfortable sofa and king or twin beds. Read More...

For people want a full set of facilities but don’t expect perfection at every turn, these mid-range hotels are for you. Sure, you get a nice pool, room service, concierge, but the price is kept lower in different ways – for example, reduced selections at breakfast or slightly smaller guestrooms. The competition in Bangkok is so fierce that prices get reduced on five-star hotels pushing them into mid-range territory. But make no mistake, these are excellent hotels!

Cheaper (but good) Hotels in Sathorn

Choosing the right hotel in any budget is difficult, but getting a cheap (but good) hotel is one of the hardest of all to get right. In every destination the definition of ‘cheap’ changes, and so too does the quality of budget friendly hotels. We have spent many years trying to find the best compromise between quality and price. In this section we have selected hotels that are among the cheapest in the area yet are still sure to put a smile on your face – we only pick places we would be happy to send our families!

Why Did We Pick This Hotel?

Ibis Bangkok Sathorn is a clean and bright property offering international standard service at a budget price. This three star property is located close to the popular tourist thoroughfare of Sathorn - home to several of the finest hotels and restaurants in Bangkok - but Ibis Bangkok Sathorn is down a quiet road that sees little traffic yet still has many convenience stores, local restaurants and massage shops. The hotel is walking distance to the MRT Underground at Lumpini and to Lumpini Park, the largest green space in downtown Bangkok, but to make it even easier the hotel provides a tuk-tuk service to public transport.

The lobby at the hotel is designed in a contemporary fashion with flowing lines and bright colours, and this style continues into the guestrooms, which are simply furnished with red and pale wood, and feature a full range of basic facilities, including air-conditioning, television, coffee and tea facilities and a mini bar. High speed wireless internet access is free of charge in the lobby and in rooms for a fee. Also all televisions have international satellite channels with sports, movies and news stations. One definite plus for pet owners is that Ibis Bangkok Sathorn allows dogs to stay in certain rooms, and Ibis Bangkok Sathorn also has a ground floor all day dining restaurant serving international cuisine. Read More...





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