The Siam Hotel
Along the River of Kings, nestled amongst Bangkok's historical palaces, temples and museums, a lucky few will happen upon our boutique gem, The Siam. Set on 3 acres of premium river frontage, this privately owned and operated 39-room luxury retreat will transport you to a bygone serenity suffused with priceless antiquities, Oriental allure, and contemporary comforts. Conceived by Krissada Sukosol Clapp and globally acclaimed architect and designer Bill Bensley, The Siam features Bangkok's most spacious suites and is the kingdom's premier urban resort offering intimate private pool villas with open-air roof terraces. For an unforgettably unique experience, relish the exclusivity of dining or staying in one of four traditional Thai teakwood houses sourced by silk tycoon Jim Thompson, and socialite owner Connie Mangskau. In these homes, Connie has hosted an array of cosmopolitan characters such as Jacqueline Kennedy, Henry Ford, John Rockefeller, and Roger Moore. An irresistible array of bespoke cultural amusements await you at The Siam: explore Bangkok by boat from the private pier, indulge in pampering at the seductive spa, explore the grounds and discover a veritable treasure trove of curios, or simply unwind with a sunset cocktail at the riverfront bar. Whatever your desire, Siam Hotel awaits you with delight…
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- The Siam Hotel
- 3/2 Thanon Khao, Vachirapayabal
- Bangkok, 10300
The Siam is located on the Bangkok side of the Chao Phraya River, at the base of Krung Thon Bridge in historic Dusit district. This area is home to all of Bangkok's must-see cultural sights. Vimanmek Teak Palace Museum and Dusit Zoo are 5 minutes away by car and a boat ride to the Grand Palace is just 15 minutes. Suvarnabhumi airport is reached in a smooth 45-minute limousine ride and the city's main shopping artery, down-town Siam Square, is just 20 minutes away. To beat Bangkok's traffic, hop aboard Siam Hotel's luxury speedboat to the BTS skytrain at Taksin bridge,which takes just 15 minutes.
Furnished with original, antique folding wood & velvet French cinema seats, the private screening room at The Siam will show historic clips relating to Thailand's history and the history contained within The Siam as well as play host to movie nights and a series of guest lectures in an ambience that resurrects the luxury of a bygone theatre-heyday.
The Siam offers a fully equipped, thoughtfully designed, sunlit Meeting Room suitable for corporate or private events for up to 30.
Available for buyouts for events and functions to people who wish to have a truly memorable experience in absolute privacy.
Fine Dining on Site
Chon is the Thai word for spoon: the hotel's very own symbol of service, dining and sharing. At The Siam's signature Thai restaurant and cooking school, you will be served a truly, local meal while enjoying some fascinating history.
Fully equipped gym with floor to ceiling mirrors and windows overlooking a peaceful, neighboring monastery.
High Speed Internet
Also, period Library with Internet & Screening Room.
Riverside Infinity Pool.
Bangkok by Boat private barge tour, revealing the City of Angel's ancient beginnings and Koh Kret Island. Featuring a spacious, fixed wooden deck and a floating pontoon for private mooring, the hotel's private pier over the Chao Praya is safely fenced and glows by lamplight at night.
Private pier with Thai barge & luxury speedboat.
Theatre & Museums
Museums & Mansions personal guided tour.
Retreat to an intimately private Pool Villa and bask in either Thai, Chinese or Colonial surrounds. Every villa is awash with lush internal gardens and features a private swimming pool and open-air roof terrace, perfect for private sunbathing, evening cocktails or tête-à-tête dining.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Executive Retreat
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pool, Outdoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Boating
- - Dining
- - Ecological Tourism
- - Sailing
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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