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That is Suite: Here are the Best Hotel Rooms in Bangkok

Paul Feinstein | December 27, 2017

You want to reside like a royal? Populate like a president? Dwell like a foreign dignitary? Well, if you don’t mind spending your bounty of Bahts, then you’ll love kicking off your cleats in the best suites Bangkok has to offer. These are the best hotel rooms in Bangkok.


Anantara Siam Bangkok

Why it made the list

Starting at around $5,000 a night, the Jim Thompson Explorer Suite is 2,100 square feet of pure class. The suite comes with two bedrooms, deep soaking tubs, a complimentary mini bar, portable Wi-Fi device, and stunning views of the Royal Bangkok Sports Club.

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Park Hyatt Bangkok

Why it made the list

An interior design masterpiece, the Park Hyatt’s Presidential Suite is 2,500 square feet of pure style. Guests will be treated to floor-to-ceiling windows, separate dining and living rooms, a spa treatment room, and its own whirlpool and plunge pool. You’ll have to call to make a reservation, but you can expect a 4-digit dollar number per night.

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Siam Kempinski

Why it made the list

The Royal Suite inside the Siam Kempinski comes in at a whopping 3,500 square feet! And that’s not including the 1,300-square foot outdoor terrace complete with sundeck and Jacuzzi. Inside, there are three bedrooms and bathrooms, a full kitchen, separate dining room, private gym, and a spa with massage beds! And for only $8,000 a night it can all be yours!

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The St. Regis Bangkok

Why it made the list

There is nothing quite like the Owner’s Penthouse at the St. Regis. For one, it’ll run you close to $8,000 a night. With that, you’ll get a three-bedroom, 8,611 square foot residence with your own infinity pool, a home theater, private dining room, large-scale kitchen, private gym, and two butlers at your beck and call 24-hours a day. Additionally, you and your guests will be treated to in-room spa treatments, daily breakfast, personal shoppers, and limousine service.

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The Siam Hotel

Why it made the list

The nicest boutique hotel in Bangkok comes with some of the best suites money can buy. If you reserve one of their Pool Villas with River Views, you’ll be blown away by your own private outdoor pool, stunning rooftop deck, portable Wi-Fi device, and around-the-clock butler service.

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Shangri-La Hotel

Why it made the list

2,300 square feet of luxury makes up the Presidential Suite at the Shangri-La. Inside, you’ll find unbeatable views, your own kitchen and dining rooms, Jacuzzi tub and complimentary breakfasts, high teas, and more.

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The W Bangkok

Why it made the list

For roughly a $1,000 a night, you can indulge in the W’s Extreme Wow Suite. Here you’ll find floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views and its own projection room. One could argue that $1,000 is a little steep for the lack of accoutrements (and they’d argue correctly), but you’ll forget all about it when you’re luxuriating in the room’s Jacuzzi tub and steam room that can fit you and three of your closest friends.

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Why it made the list

You’ll have to call the hotel directly if you want to know the price of the Peninsula Suite. But what we can tell you is that the room(s) is 3,885 square feet. If you like, you can have the hotel whisk you over from the airport in their helicopter and be taken to the suite directly where you’ll find your own fitness studio, massive bedrooms, endless views, and butler’s quarters.

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Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

Why it made the list

If you have a spare $1,300 laying around, you can book a night at this esteemed hotel’s Author’s Suite. This very cool accommodation pays tribute to the famous authors who have frequented the hotel and features a study, living room, master bedroom, and two bathrooms. Butler service is of course included.

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Tower Club at Lebua

Why it made the list

Known worldwide for its prominent role in the movie Hangover II, the Tower Club at Lebua is a soaring skyscraper that gives you a chance to party like the Hangover crew in the same suite. Complete with three bedrooms, a fully stocked mini-bar, and endless balcony views, you can pretend you’re in the blockbuster--minus the debauchery, of course.

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