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The Siam Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand

Board a private speedboat bound for The Siam Hotel at Saphan Taksin central pier and leave Bangkok’s chaos behind. This urban retreat, part of the Legend collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, is a one-of-a-kind marriage of traditional Thai culture and delicious Art Deco ornamentation designed by “Architectural Digest’s Top 100” recipient Bill Bensley and overseen by Krissada Sukosol Clapp, a Thai pop singer and actor who won the country’s equivalent of a Best Actor Oscar. The resort sits on three acres of riverfront land in the royal Dusit district and draws inspiration from Paris’s Musée d’Orsay. Guests are blanketed in tranquility in oversized suites teeming with antiques.

Rise early and call your butler for breakfast to be delivered to your suite. Take a walk along the Chao Phraya River. Join the resort’s guest practitioner for some breezy vinyasas on the outdoor yoga deck. Recline by the riverside infinity pool. Order a traditional Thai whiskey soda to sip poolside. And dine on homemade curries in a former private residence that entertained glitterati including Jackie Kennedy and John Rockefeller.

Location of The Siam Hotel

The Siam Hotel
3/2 Thanon Khao Vachirapayabal, Dusit
Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Airport: BKK

Amenities for The Siam Hotel

  • General Information
  • 39 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Cafe
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Fitness Center
  • Sauna
  • Butler Service
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Marina
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryers
  • Mini Bar
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • Bathrobes & Slippers
  • WiFi
  • Activities
  • Yoga
  • Business
  • Meeting Room
  • Business Center
  • Conference Facilities
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Pool
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Interests
  • City
  • Hotels

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 21 hours ago

I travel four or more months a year and am lucky enough to be able to stay in many of the world's greatest hotels all over Europe, Asia and The Americas. My standards are extremely high, but not many hotels begin to compare to the Siam, a boutique resort right on the river with only 39 rooms, all exquisitely designed in Art Deco meets modern Thai design. The lush green grounds are magnificent as is the totally unique architecture and the eclectic art collection. But besides the physical side, which is indisputably cool and opulent, the service is flawless and you feel like you are part of a big family. The Australian GM Nick is clearly a perfectionist, but at the same time extremely warm and funny and a wonderful companion to have cocktails with.

Catherine H

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

For those travelers looking to replicate the sameness of large luxury international hotels The Siam may not be the best choice. But for my wife and I, The Siam was, without a doubt the best choice we could have made for a myriad of reasons. We had narrowed down our Bangkok hotel choices to the Oriental and The Siam based on TA and other sources and reviews. In the end we decided on The Siam because we felt we would need calm after the hurly burly of Hong Kong, Hanoi, Saigon and Singapore, where traffic is relentless and once exotic venues hurry to achieve the boredom of cookie cutter exclusiveness, featuring the same hotels, the same level of service, that makes you wake up wondering where in the world you spent the night. Simply stated, The Siam is an Art Deco, limited accommodation, architectural masterpiece, impeccably decorated in its public spaces and rooms with priceless, Thai antiques. The color scheme is white, accented with black counter point, especially in the inlaid floor marble designs. In the main structure, rooms are situated in two level, balconied, open atrium design from which guests can look down on lovely tropical growth and listen to quiet water flow down the surround of black marble. At the same price point as the Oriental, our room was an expanse of 1200 sq. ft. and beggared the Oriental with a comfort and elegance we never expected. Our every need was anticipated, ensured by our butler, Paul, who provided dining and touring recommendations as well. The grounds are as elegantly planted as the rooms and public spaces..and you walk through fragrant frangipani arches on way to the restaurant, pool or bar on the boat pier space. Jim Thompson habitats are tastefully blended into the whole. As for cuisine, forget entirely on the ersatz of the dumbed down Thai you get in the international paste you get in the hype of international hotels there. The Oriental cross river Thai dance and meal resemble Vegas in mediocre food quality though the show is good. Real Thai is in the streets and in the honesty of hostelries that deliver the real deal... and steer you to the locals who make it daily as in the Rau Topson...a no nonsense chain that delivers fact inThai cuisine.The owner cooked for the King after retiring. If you think you get the best in a hotel you are dull. The best and real are elsewhere. And beside the honesty and genius of Thai cooking in the street vendors and restaurants, Siam takes it to a level where you dine verite with the exquisite invention of the master chef. The Oriental, Shangri La and Peninsula sit, clustered on the Chao Phraya River's edge as exemplars of grande dame confidence, large and busy, and ferrying guests in kitchy junk facsimiles to each other and to the sights up river. The Siam, by contrast sits quietly up river, 20 minutes away, transporting its guests in a quick, elegant launch equipped with an air conditioned, aft salon and a plein aire space forward. Trips to the center and the sights are provided on a regular schedule and the staff ensures on time security. If you are discomforted by non air conditioned areas that don't matter in the moment,you may grumble as you amble from splendor to splendor. But if you wish for a time of elegance, a reminiscence of bygone remembrance recherché, you must stay here..The Siam..a place we will return to without doubt.

merville t

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

really amazing. pool villa, luxury and relax photogenic. very quit. They protect the guest from visiter. It's really nice..(not for visiter who want to take a photo) at restaurant, We can test very delicious thai foods. and sometime they organize cooking class. It's good activity for culture thailand. and I like also boat service. I feel millionnaire when I stay there.

Miki U - Minato, Japan

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

My husband and I stayed at this hotel at the end of a trip to Thailand/Cambodia, returning home the next day. Having spent some time in Bangkok earlier in the trip we had a couple of things we still wanted to do: take a trip on the Chao Phraya (river running through Bangkok) and visit the National Museum. We arrived before check-in at The Siam and I have to say that in all our travels I’m not sure I’ve ever encountered such an extraordinary feat of customer service. Within minutes of our arrival they served us an excellent passion fruit drink, whisked our bags away, booked us on their boat, and sent us off to the national museum via the river. We were on that river 15 minutes after we arrived. Wow. All of this was done with grace, and service was neither servile nor unctuous. It will cost you to stay here, but I am really very impressed by the staff, and management. Nicely done!

Erin S

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Thie is a first class hotel. It is beautiful and the rooms are beautiful. Dianna with Travel Beyond planned our whole fantastic trip and booked us here. The restaurant was delicious. We highly recommend this hotel.

drdavid2 - Castle Rock,CO

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