Located in the heart of downtown Bangkok, the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is the perfect retreat for families. With 400 splendid rooms nestled around a relaxing garden area, the hotel offers four distinct free-form pools. For foodies, the hotel features the Michelin-starred Thai restaurant, Sra Bua, and is conveniently close to the best shopping and nightlife the city has to offer.
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok Location
Connected to the Siam Paragon mall via a footbridge, the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok offers quick access to the Siam BTS skytrain station. Although the historic heart of Bangkok is a 45-minute taxi ride away, the hotel's buggy service is available upon request to take guests to BTS Siam and several shopping centers.
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok Design
The hotel exudes contemporary international luxury infused with Thai touches, while the high-ceilinged marble lobby features a resident pianist. With subdued elegance and subtle grandeur throughout, the Kempinski's 'ladies in red' add a European touch, serving as personal butlers for VIP guests.
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok Facilities
The Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok's staff provide professional and formal service, despite the hotel's size. The four saltwater pools sit in a garden area, surrounded by three blocks of rooms and suites, with an adjacent kids' pool. The spa, with eight treatment rooms, and gym with sauna, whirlpool baths, and steam room, offer free yoga and Muay Thai sessions.
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok Rooms
The Superior rooms are spacious and feature beige and dark furnishings, with over 4,000 pieces of original artwork, mostly by Thai artists. The marble bathrooms are spotless, and most rooms have spacious balconies. Pool cabanas offer direct access to the pools, and those in the Residence wing feature pantries.
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok Dining
The Brasserie serves international breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets, as well as Sunday brunch. Niche restaurant offers a unique menu where diners select a main ingredient such as lobster or pork and choose how they want it prepared. The Michelin-starred Sra Bua offers gastronomic journeys through Thailand with a set menu featuring delicious dishes such as cotton candy salad with red snapper and tuna tartar.
The Hanuman Bar in the lounge is the best place for a pre-dinner cocktail, accompanied by a jazz singer on weekends.
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