The Siam Hotel

3/2 Thanon Khao, Vachirapayaabal, Bangkok, 10300, Thailand

Old Hollywood meets art deco at this family-owned property on the Chao Phraya River in the regal Dusit neighborhood. The design of this ultraluxurious boutique lodging pays homage to the postcolonial, early-1900s era of King Rama V, with black-and-white striped lounge chairs and a library lined with limited-edition tomes. The suites are exercises in sheer elegance, and the pool villas include private plunge pools, rooftop terraces, and a decor of quirky artifacts, from straw fedoras to vintage clocks, binoculars, and steamer trunks. On the grounds you'll find a cooking school, a conservatory, a spa, a private pier complete with its own boat, and—the hotel's most coveted accommodation—an original, century-old, teak pagoda-topped villa. There's even a muay thai boxing ring.

PROS

  • everything right on the property
  • great location
  • exclusive and private
  • truly classy

CONS

  • very pricey
  • a long way from public transportation
  • far from nightlife

Location

QUICK FACTS

Resort
Quiet
Residential Area
Luxurious Retreat

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 02-206–6999

HOTEL DETAILS

28 suites, 10 villas, 1 cottage
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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