With Art Deco inspired interiors, infused with antique Thai influences, The Siam has more the feel of a hip retreat than a traditional urban hotel. Rooms are spacious and stylish, and some even boast the ultimate luxury of a private pool - perfect for a hot tropical day in Bangkok.
The property features 39 of the capital's most spacious suites and pool villas as well as a uniquely historical Thai House, Connie’s Cottage, formerly home to renowned socialite Connie Mangskau. In this house Connie hosted an array of cosmopolitan characters, including Jacqueline Kennedy, Henry Ford, John Rockefeller and Roger Moore.
All rooms are outfitted with plush furnishings and luxury amenities, with super-sized king beds, high ceilings, their very own Art Deco-style living rooms with flat screen IPTVs and mini-bars as well as airy bathrooms with deep tubs and walk-in showers. Each suite is individually designed with a unique theme drawing on Thai life through the ages as well as original turn of the century oriental artwork and antiquities.
The Siam offers a number of dining options. At the signature restaurant, Chon Thai, you’ll savour an innovative yet classic palate that draws on Thailand’s finest produce, delivered farm to table with sublime service in a serene riverfront setting. The Deco Bar & Bistro also serves Thai cuisine, as well as more western-inspired dishes. Indulge in your sweet tooth at Cafe Cha, with a range of delicious pastries and cakes on offer.
The Siam is situated in the heart of the riverside Dusit district, home to ancient palaces. As well as an outdoor yoga platform and bath house with steam and sauna rooms, The Siam also features a Muay Thai boxing training centre. There's a boat shuttle to ferry guests up and down the Chao Phraya River from the hotel's own pier, and a private barge for more leisurely explorations of Bangkok, the city of Kings.