This high-rise hotel has a distinctive pyramid shape that makes it immediately identifiable. The reception area, where a sunken lounge overlooks a small garden and waterfall, is one floor up. Rooms are spacious, especially the high-price suites. The Dusit's proximity to the Skytrain and subway stations makes it a convenient base for exploring the city. It's also across the street from Lumphini Park, Bangkok's best public park. The pool is in a central courtyard filled
with trees, making it a peaceful oasis from the heat and humidity. The Devarana Spa offers an impressive menu of treatments, from herbal steam baths to body scrubs with unusual ingredients. The hotel's popular Chinese restaurant, Mayflower, is worth a visit even if you don't stay here.