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The Peninsula Bangkok

Located on the western side of the Chao Praya, The Peninsula Bangkok offers breathtaking views of Bangkok’s skyline from all of its 370 rooms. This classic luxury hotel chain boasts a combination of international elegance and contemporary Thai design touches that create a formal yet subdued atmosphere. 

The Peninsula Bangkok Location

The Peninsula Bangkok is a grand riverside hotel that provides stunning vistas of Bangkok’s skyline from its 370 rooms. Conveniently situated on the western side of the Chao Praya, the hotel is a short ferry or boat ride from the Saphan Thaksin skytrain station and the city’s major historic sites, including the Royal Palace. While it's slightly further away from the city’s shopping and nightlife districts, it's perfect for those who seek peaceful luxury and breathtaking views.


The Peninsula Bangkok Design

The Peninsula Bangkok is a classic luxury urban resort that combines neoclassical international elegance with contemporary Thai design elements, exuding oriental charm and sophistication. The hotel's public spaces are spacious, formal, and elegant, with a grand lobby that sets the tone for the rest of the property.

The Peninsula Bangkok Pool

The Peninsula Bangkok Facilities

Guests can expect excellent and unobtrusive service from the hotel staff. The opulent spa provides a variety of massage treatments, as well as mind-healing sessions using Tibetan prayer bowls. The hotel's gym features a sauna and offers free HITT, pilates, water aerobics, and yoga classes.


The Peninsula Bangkok boasts a three-tiered, 88-metre long swimming pool, and a dedicated helipad lounge called Paribatra, which is perfect for private events. Guests can take part in a range of experiences, including Thai cooking classes, Muay Thai lessons, herb appreciation classes, and free yoga sessions.

The Peninsula Bangkok Room

The Peninsula Bangkok Rooms

The hotel's standard deluxe rooms offer breathtaking views of Bangkok's skyline across the river and are decorated with local elements, such as wall coverings, to remind guests of their location. The photography artwork on the walls adds to the sophisticated ambiance.


The Peninsula Bangkok Dining

The Thiptara, located in small wooden pavilions by the river, serves excellent Thai cuisine. The River Café and Terrace offer a diverse range of international cuisine, while The Mei Jiang, a popular Chinese restaurant, is renowned for its dim sum. All of the hotel's restaurants provide healthy eating options and vegetarian choices, and once a month, the college of music from Mahidol University performs during Sunday afternoon tea.


The River Bar is the ideal spot to enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail or glass of wine. Breakfast is a lavish buffet, with Asian and Western selections, fresh juices, and seasonal fruits, best enjoyed outside by the river.