February 12, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Banyan Tree Bangkok in Bangkok, Thailand
There’s something to be said for a 21st-story outdoor swimming pool, but Banyan Tree Bangkok is not just a vertical resort. Situated in one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic cultural centers, amidst the best retail and entertainment, this is a headquarters of sophistication. It even offers a “shopping companion” to guide you through the city’s alleyways. And with its aromatherapy burner, even your room is a journey for the senses. The restaurant’s 53rd-floor restaurant Taihei serves sake and sashimi in the clouds, and everyone from concierge to massage therapist extends the hospitality for which Thailand is known.
Indulge in a breakfast of banana pancakes and a traditional Thai coffee, sweetened with condensed milk. Energized, visit Bangkok’s Grand Palace, the home of Thailand’s president, and stroll through the famous Buddhist temple Wat Pho, home of the giant Reclining Buddha. On your way to the river, you’ll only need a couple dozen baht to enjoy the street food: chicken satay, mango sticky rice, roast pork belly or a shell of coconut milk. Board Banyan Tree’s own “Aspara” riverboat and enjoy an elegant dinner of crab in coconut broth as you see the traditional floating markets in action.
Location of Banyan Tree Bangkok
Nearest Airport: BKK
Amenities for Banyan Tree Bangkok
- General Information
- 216 Guest Rooms
- Pool Bar
- 2 Bars
- 6 Restaurants
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
- Personal Shopping Service
- Complimentary WiFi
- In-Room Amenities
- Satellite Television
- Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Center
- Kids Club
Reviews for Banyan Tree Bangkok
I stayed at the Banyan Tree for five nights after touring northern area of Thailand for 9 days. It was so nice to have such a beautiful room and comfortable bed, after having hard beds. I enjoyed the Apsara Dinner Cruise the first night, and my waiter (First??) was excellent in his attendance. A pity about the crazy noise from all the other boats on the river, but stopping for a photo at Wat Arun was great. The food was wonderful. I did attempt to go to the Moon bar beforehand, took a couple of quick photos then left as it was far too crowded. There should be a booking system, with priority for paying guests of the hotel and a cover charge for non-paying guests as it was annoying outside people could get the best views than a paying guest. I ended up at Vertigo Too for some cocktails where they were very attentive. I dined at Saffron on my final night, only just discovering the little outdoor lounge bar. Such a pity I didnâ€™t know about it earlier, or I would have used it more often. The food and service at Saffron were excellent. I loved breakfast but you need to get there very early or after 8:30am if you donâ€™t want to line up for a table. Became a bit monotonous after 5 days. The room itself was spacious and had English Tv channels to watch.Unfortunately one power point near kettle was coming off the wall, so I think maintenance needs checking. It did annoy me that there was now power point near the bed where I could charge my phone overnight and still have it within reaching distance. Laundry massively expensive, ridiculously so for Thailand. I could get a whole bag of clothes laundered 10 minutes away, for less than the price of one item on their list. I did enjoy the little gifts each night when the bed was turned down. I walked 10 min to MRT to catch train to other venues. BTS was a bit further at Silom. Easy to do but may be too much for some. The complementary shuttle times just did not suit me. I made is to Chatachak market easily via MRT without complimentary shuttle. They need to give more information on check in about facilities available. Perhaps in the form of a pamphlet, and how to pay. I did not realise until half way through my stay I could book drinks etc to my room and pay on checkout, and was not aware of all of the wonderful facilities available. I stayed by the pool a couple of times, received a nice complimentary shoulder massage. Plus complimentary drink. Pool was too cold, and perhaps Banyan should consider making it a heated pool if possible to keep a set temperature. Also told via email that the security deposit would be 2000 baht/night but was charged 3000 baht/night on credit card. On checkout, anything I booked to room could not come out of security deposit and also insisted I needed to use same credit card as security deposit to pay for the items booked to room, when I wanted to use a different credit card. Overall, it was a nice way to end five days in Thailand and Bangkok. Perhaps a bit far from the action but a nice place if you want to relax.
Back to this hotel after 10 years and still received the same exceptional service from every corner of the hotel. Would like to express my special thx to the Muay Thai instructor and Pao who is working at the fitness floor for giving us a much relieving and needed back massage. Looking fwd to see u guys again!
Hongkies - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The manager and the staff were absolutely adorable and went so much out of their way to make a particular stay (post accident) a lovely holiday. Everything from the suite, the club, the sky restaurant was idyllic. So grateful to all of them and I cannot recommend enough the Banyan Tree for any special trip!
GwenFirenze - Geneva, Switzerland
There are hotels in Bangkok that are more modern and swish and perhaps in better locations but we loved this Banyan Tree. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and the first hotel of a 3 week holiday that we actually had room to unpack. The bathroom is large but the bathtub is not. The huge picture windows give a good view of the city. The bed was blissfully comfortable. Breakfast is excellent and a fine choice of international cuisines. We did see plenty of queueing for taxis over the New Year holidays. The taxi drivers are involved in lots of scams to take tourists to shops they don't want to visit so we decided to steer clear of their wicked ways and walked almost everywhere. The rest of the time we used public transport which was a short walk away. The rooftop bar was crowded and chaotic at sunset when we visited so not a great experience for us.
YoshisMum - Lancs uk
The Banyan Tree is a wonderful place to stay if youâ€™re visiting Bangkok for a few days. The service is excellent as are the rooms. The Vertigo Bar offers exceptional views as the hotel towers over everything in the surrounding area. I highly recommend staying here as you wonâ€™t be disappointed.
MikeTitone - Burke, Virginia