Luxury Hotels in Bangkok
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- Khao San Road
- Bangkok City Centre
- Terminal 21 Shopping Mall
- Pratunam Market
- Siam Paragon Mall
- Sampeng Market
- IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Centre
- Erawan Shrine
- Platinum Fashion Mall
- Chulalongkorn University
- Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center
- Grand Palace
- Victory Monument
- Chatuchak Weekend Market
- Patpong Night Market
- Jim Thompson House
- Rajamangala Stadium
- Bumrungrad Hospital
Bangkok Luxury Hotels
Things to see in Bangkok
Bangkok truly is a shopper’s paradise. Find a full range of luxury items at the Siam Paragon mall, from shoes and watches to Rolls Royce and Bentley cars. Shop at a different exotic destination on each floor of Terminal 21, an airport-themed mall that brings popular cities from around the world under one roof. Next, stop by the exclusive Gaysorn mall, where personal assistants tend to your every need, and the on-site champagne bar offers a restorative glass of fizz between designer boutiques. No visit to Bangkok is complete without exploring the city’s spectacular temples—Wat Pho, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is one of the oldest and largest. Pause to restore your body and mind at the traditional Thai massage school located here. Then dress to impress, grab a signature cocktail, and dance the night away at the Sky Bar—a movie-set location with breathtaking views of the city skyline.
Luxury hotels in Bangkok
For the last word in comfort, fine dining, and exceptional service, look no further than Bangkok’s luxury hotels. Ultra-modern facilities, stylish design, and lavish décor combine to create plush accommodation, where no request is too much for dedicated staff who ensure your every whim is catered to. In keeping with legendary Thai hospitality, personal touches unique to each guest make your luxury vacation in Bangkok extra special. Fresh flowers, candle-lit meals in sumptuous surroundings, in-room massage options, and rooftop swimming pools with poolside bars are just some of the indulgent treats in store for those in need of some serious pampering.
Where to stay in Bangkok
The luxury hotels in fashionable Siam Square place visitors right at the heart of the action. A bustling quarter filled with upscale bars, restaurants, and shopping plazas, the Siam neighborhood is Bangkok at its glittering best. The Sukhumvit district provides easy access to Bangkok’s top tourist sights, and offers buzzing nightlife with an energetic ambiance. The oldest part of Bangkok, Ko Ratanakosin is a world away from the lively pace of the shopping districts. On this historic man-made island you’ll find a variety of luxury accommodation options, with the Grand Palace on your doorstep and a wealth of temples to offer tranquility and spiritual enlightenment.
How to get to Bangkok
Bangkok is served by two airports, Don Mueang International Airport—and the main Bangkok International Airport—Suvarnabhumi. Both are connected to the city by train and bus. You can also jump into a local taxi and get whisked directly to your city center destination in less than 45 minutes. Private transfers can be arranged for maximum luxury and minimum fuss. Within the city, Bangkok’s plentiful taxis are the most comfortable and convenient mode of transport, although all major sites are connected by bus, the underground MRT train, or the overground Skytrain.
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