November 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Tower Club at lebua in Bangkok, Thailand

Tower Club at lebua rises high above the colorful chaos and sensory overload of downtown Bangkok – it’s the city’s second-tallest building – and offers world-class accommodations in an unbeatable location. Sample delectable street-cart fare and immerse in local markets, then retreat to your sleek, minimalist suite 50 stories into the sky. The Tower Club’s centralized address right on the SkyTrain means Bangkok’s cultural attractions are all close by, but stay close come nightfall: There’s nowhere more glamorous to sip a martini than the SkyBar, called the “most stunning rooftop bar you’ll ever see” by The New York Times.

Start the day with fresh croissants baked by The Tower Club’s French pastry chef. Take a riverboat from Sathorn Pier to the Temple of the Emerald Buddha and the Grand Palace, a collection of colorful, gold-spired temples that date from 1782. Return to the hotel for afternoon tea or a glass of champagne and fresh strawberries on ice with crčme Chantilly. Dive into a Mediterranean tasting menu at Sirocco as the lights of Bangkok cut through the dusk.

Location of Tower Club at lebua

Tower Club at lebua
1055 Silom Road Bangrak
Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Airport: BKK

Amenities for Tower Club at lebua

  • General Information
  • 221 Suites
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • 3 Restaurants
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • 3 Bars
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Lounge
  • Outdoor Spa Treatments
  • In-Room Amenities
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Nightlife
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Tower Club at lebua

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Issues at check in, property is work out and old….in need of updating. Food was just ok, pool was way too small to service such a large hotel population. Roof bar was nice but way overpriced. Will not return, so many better options in Bangkok with better access and locations. Nothing impressed me with this hotel at all…

mapwhe - San Francisco, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Exceptional service from when you step foot at the entrance. You don't need to look around as you have someone at your beck and call 24/7! The rooms are beautiful, comfortable and the linen and bed is just perfect. Location was great as I found a tuk tuk was no more than 8 min away to the main shopping Siam square. I loved whole overall service given throughout and the gym facilities and pool and and and the list goes on. I didn't have any dislikes. I would no doubt recommend this experience to anyone visiting.

Liesl V - Benalla, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

Stayed here for one day/night on the 56th Floor. We stayed in a suite which had a separate seating area and kitchenette giving it an apartment like feel. The view from our balcony and from the top of the building definitely had the wow factor. During our stay we were given access to a lounge area where canapes and drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) are served throughout the day. There were 3 set "courses" with the food changing at each time. It was a nice little touch, although there was a dress code which was strongly enforced. Breakfast was extensively diverse with a range of fresh food stations and a large variety of international cuisine. In terms of food choice you are spoiled. During our stay we had some drinks at the bars at the top of the building, there are 3 difference ones in total and of course the prices are more on par with London's bars. Having said that there was a good variety of really interesting cocktails to try and they were made very well. The main outdoor bar of course attracted a large amount of visitors given that they wanted to see where parts of the hangover were filmed and take pictures. The staff would try and herd you along in this area in order to avoid overcrowding which was a bit of a mood kill when you would be relaxing and enjoying the views. I also couldn't understand why you weren't allowed to take pictures of the views beyond the outdoor dining area but could take photographs of other areas. I would agree with some of the reviews regarding the condition of the property, whilst our room and the bar areas were well maintained, other areas in the hotel could use some TLC. The pool was smaller than I would have anticipated from a property of this size and was quite boxed in, meaning that it did not have the greatest view, had it been set higher up it would have retained more of a wow factor. The carpet in the hallways has also seen better days. Whilst these are small issues, I feel as if this property is being presented as an elite 5* high end establishment. There are various policies and procedures being implemented to that effect (such as dress codes and a large number of staff herding you around the property in different spaces) and so for anyone paying the full price to stay here, they would be expecting absolute perfection and I do not think this hotel would meet their expectations. The location of the hotel was also an issue in that there is only one local train station which is far from the other metro routes and inevitably you would need taxi's and tuk tuks to get you to and from the hotel if looking for the easiest route. The hotel is far from the other neighourhoods in Bangkok and so it is an effort to get out and about. Whilst this was ok for us for one day, I could see it being problematic if staying for a longer period of time and wanting to explore the whole of the city. Given the hotel's reputation, when trying to get transportation back to it, everyone charged extortionate amounts based on the fact that you're staying in an affluent area and in a high end hotel, that did get a bit frustrating, but I guess is not uncommon in Bangkok. From my perspective, overall I was happy with my stay given that I found a good deal via and stayed for a limited duration. If I had been staying longer and looking to explore Bangkok with more ease, then I would probably have picked a different area to stay in.

SKD-London1 - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent 5 nights here recently in a Tower Club suite on level 54, with a free upgrade to a River View suite. It was very well equipped and appointed and although we felt the lounge area was a bit wasted as there was no TV (there is one in the bedroom though), there was a great little kitchenette (but no cutlery/crockery provided) and we loved the decent-sized fridge where we could load it up with our own drinks and snacks with ease. Extremely comfortable king-size bed, and there's 2 air-conditioners, 1 for the lounge area and the other for the bedroom. We found the bedroom one was more than sufficient for our entire stay, even with the afternoon sun beaming in through the balcony windows! The views from our balcony were amazing with great sunsets, but there was no furniture out there to sit on. We had a quick look at the city view suites as well and if we ever came back I think I would choose those instead of river view as we think the views are better on the city side, especially at night. Breakfast in Café Mozu on M Level (13th floor) beside the pool was excellent with loads of choices and is possibly the best international buffet breakfast we've ever seen. We left there extremely full and satisfied every day! We didn't try the alternative breakfast in the Tower Club, but we did go up there for the complimentary drinks/snacks on 2 of our afternoons around 2:45pm which was perfect because at 3pm they cease the light-lunch service and swap over to afternoon tea so we got to sample many different dishes. We used their BMW limousine airport transfer service and it was fantastic, although a little pricey, but we wanted the "full" luxury experience as it was our first time staying here. The hotel itself is very impressive when you arrive, but there seems to be way too many staff just standing around, although they always greet you with a hello and a friendly smile no matter when or where you bump into them in the building. I think from the time we stepped out of our limousine on arrival at the hotel, walked through the foyer, into the elevator and entering our suite a few minutes later we were welcomed by at least 10-12 different staff who seemed to be just standing around, all dressed immaculately of course. Bit of an overkill it seemed, but I'm sure some guests love that. One of those was a dedicated staff member who greeted us and escorted us all the way to our suite and completed our check-in in the suite too which was a nice touch and only took a few minutes. Our luggage then arrived a few minutes after that and we were quickly on our way to settling in. Our whole booking process was a little painful though. We booked online via their website, and provided our credit card details, but we had to call them to book the limousine service (which wasn’t too difficult, and fortunately we speak fluent Thai) but we were told we had to email the duty manager for this, so we did that, then they emailed back saying they can’t confirm our limousine until we provide them with our credit card details again. Of course we didn’t want to send those via email so we had to call them again for this. Then the day before we arrived we needed to change our airport pick up time as we were on a later flight so we called them and they wanted everything done again (email the duty manager, then they emailed back asking for credit card details again etc). Very unprofessional and didn’t need to be so difficult. On top of that, during our stay we started to get a little disgruntled with this silly rule in their restaurants where gentlemen must wear long pants only (although this excludes breakfast time which is poolside at Café Mozu where you can wear almost whatever you like). Seemed a bit inconsistent as the dress code for men was quite strict, but it seemed women were permitted to wear whatever they wanted basically. We saw many in very skimpy shorts and sleeveless tops. Then when we wanted to use the pool due to being in swim wear we weren't allowed to sit anywhere near Café Mozu. We were asked to move around the other side where there was no sun, even though it was mid-afternoon, there wasn’t anybody in Café Mozu, and we wanted to order lunch from there and eat it poolside. There were quite a few lounges with tables set up around the pool next to the café but we weren't able to sit there unless we were wearing more appropriate clothing. We then noticed while swimming in the pool if you look at the upper floors of the building you can really see where it's starting to show its age and is in desperate need of a repaint and some repairs. Didn’t bother us at all, but was quite surprised considering how high class this place is meant to be. All in all it was a great experience, and the location is very good too with lots of cheap local food available within a 2-3 minute walk, and Robinson department store about a 5-7 minute walk away also with a Tops supermarket downstairs. Nearest BTS skytrain is around 7-10 mins walk as well. The relatively new Asiatique ferris wheel/waterfront area is only a short 5-10 minute taxi ride too, so it’s relatively handy to everything you need. We've generally in Thailand once/twice a year and have wanted to stay here many times but it was always way out of our budget, but this time we were fortunate to get a great deal and paid just slightly higher than what our normal budget is, so if we were able to get the same deal next time we would probably stay here again, even if it’s just for that amazing breakfast!!

drkenach - Melbourne, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed here on our last night in Bangkok before flying back home and what an experience we had! We got upgraded from the 25th floor to the 52nd and the views were magnificent of the river and city! The balcony is nice and big but not for the faint hearted if you are afraid of heights. The rooms were immaculate and service was fab. Staying at the hotel we had the advantages of skipping queues to get to the tower bar where the movie hangover 2 was filmed. It is pricey but worth a drink or 2 as views were amazing from the bar! It does get packed but as we were staying at the moment you have priority seating or the service was just that good! Hotel is not far from some shops either. Breakfast is amazing here soooo many options. My friend left a suit behind and only noticed when we landed back in the UK. The hotel were so accommodating and sent the suit over in a parcel. Highly recommended and would go back.

Radha P

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