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Set on 3 acres of verdant frontage along the city side of the Chao Praya River, The Siam is a private urban luxury resort located in Bangkok's Royal Dusit district. The Siam features 39 of the capital's most spacious suites and pool villas as well as a uniquely historical Thai House, Connie's Cottage. All rooms are outfitted with plush furnishings, super-sized king beds and lofty ceilings. Each suite is individually designed with original turn of the century oriental artwork and antiquities and is catered for by a personal butler. Complimentary WiFi is available property-wide. Guests have an array of superlative amenities at their fingertips: restaurants, cooking school, bar, café, Opium Spa, gym, yoga terrace, Muay Thai boxing ring, beauty salon, library/cinema, infinity pool, gift/antiques gallery, conservatory and traditional Thai houses. The Siam is a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts.
When wandering around the Dusit Palace grounds, you'd almost forget you're still in a Southeast-Asian city. The Renaissance-style buildings and leafy gardens wouldn't be out of place in an European capital, and the serenity here is in stark contrast with the chaotic city life outside of its complex walls. Dusit is one of Bangkok's oldest districts, and while the rest of Bangkok is modernising at a rapid pace, Dusit seems to have stood the test of time. Come here to find family businesses in traditional shophouses, small-scale local markets and streets unfazed by modern city life.
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One of the most beautiful hotel in Bangkok! We felt like we were staying in a luxurious home filled with beautiful antiques and historical artifacts. The service is so wonderful. Our butler, Sameet, helped us track down our lost luggages, arrange our dinner reservation, delivered...More
We just wrapped up a two night stay at The Siam on our way home from Bhutan. What an absolutely amazing property. You feel as if you’re staying in someone’s house given how private it feels and the amazing art and artifacts everywhere. Our Riverview...More
Date of stay: November 2018
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Response from GMTheSiam, General Manager at The SiamResponded 10 November 2018
Thank you for your amazing review and rating following your recent experience at The Siam. We do try and impress each and every guest, whether it be a night away or a week escape to explore Bangkok. I am delighted that we managed...More
People often ask me for my favorite hotel, and it's an absolute pleasure to say The Siam. I've travelled quite extensively through Southeast Asia and blessed enough to do so exclusively through luxury hotels and never have I felt so spoiled yet at home.
We absolutely loved The Siam. My review won't do justice to this urban luxury hotel but I'll give it a try. The hotel is gorgeous, located in Dusit right on the river. Dusit is in the northern part of Bangkok, outside all the hustle and...More
I travel to Bangkok quite frequently and have stayed in all the top rated hotels. The Siam is in a class of its own. The Mandarin Oriental, its closest rival, is essentially a Sheraton with nice fittings in comparison to The Siam.
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Response from Joshiverella | Reviewed this property |
I don't believe it's walkable. The area is mostly government buildings and temples, including the palace. Best to go via boat (which the hotel provides) up and down the river for shopping. Lots of restaurants up and down the... More
I don't believe it's walkable. The area is mostly government buildings and temples, including the palace. Best to go via boat (which the hotel provides) up and down the river for shopping. Lots of restaurants up and down the river. Just ask concierge. I did go to chatuchak market on a sunday, so no traffic. Took me about 20-30 minutes. Going to Sukhumvit though on a Sunday night took 1 hour!!! Using the boats beat the traffic.