Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel
At a Glance
354 beautifully appointed rooms and suites
Wonderful 25m outdoor pool
Nine superb restaurants, lounges and bars
Executive Club lounge with exclusive benefits
Impeccable Anantara service
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November to April are the best months to visit Bangkok with the least rain. Temperatures are comfortable until March when the humidity increases. May, September and October are the wettest months and between June and August, you can still visit Bangkok although you will get some rain.
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Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel, formerly the Four Seasons Bangkok, is an elegant, luxury hotel in the heart of Thailand's bustling capital. With a traditionally Thai atmosphere and excellent service, it's the perfect base to explore this fascinating city.
Conveniently located within easy reach of the city's major cultural sites, the elegant Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel (formerly the Four Seasons Bangkok) is renowned as one of Bangkok's best city hotels. Beautifully decorated with intricate Thai paintings and sculptures, the hotel offers luxurious guest rooms with styles and locations to suit all - from relaxed rooms by the pool to spacious suites with excellent views, every amenity and convenience is at your fingertips.
The impressive lobby, adorned with a sensationally exquisite mural, is one of Bangkok’s most popular rendezvous destinations - especially at afternoon teatime. Outside, the lush courtyard gardens offer serenity at the heart of the city.
Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel offers various dining options, a culinary delight of different restaurants. A stay here is incomplete without sampling the Sunday Brunch or the fresh Italian cuisine at Biscotti. Equally unmissable, the spa here is the ultimate sanctuary from the bustling capital and a lost afternoon can be spent here sampling some the many indulgent treatments in the lap of luxury.
Anantara Siam Hotel Bangkok offers generously sized rooms of various categories including spacious luxury suites with private entrance, outdoor dining patio and gardens overlooking the swimming pool. All rooms at Anantara Siam have flat screen TVs, DVDs, internet access and a blend of traditional and contemporary decor designed to give rooms a homely comfortable feel.
The hotel welcomes children of all ages to come and stay. Anantara Siam Hotel Bangkok has good facilities for children including children's amenities in the room, children's menus and equipment such as high chairs, cots etc, a mini playground and babysitting on request.
Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel has something for everyone at its nine restaurants, lounges and bars from Manhattan steaks to Japanese delicacies and local specialties and a Sunday brunch well known across the city. There is a magnificent 25m pool, state of the art spa with steam room, and fitness center with fully equipped gym and squash court.
Activities within the hotel include complimentary yoga and aerobics classes. Outside in the city, the world is your oyster with Bangkok's huge range of shopping and cultural experiences.
Evi-Elli La Valle (Staff)
What I loved about the Four Seasons Bangkok is that it is not a huge modern hotel like so many in the city, but a low-rise property full of old world charm. Everything about the hotel oozes luxury, from the grand lobby with its beautiful painted ceiling to the lush tropical gardens. We were staying in a Cabana Room and these are one of my favorite rooms in Bangkok. These are lovely bungalow-style rooms built around the pool area, each with its own private entrance and outdoor area for dining and relaxing - so rare in the middle of one of the biggest cities in Asia! The bathrooms also have an amazing domed ceiling that makes them full of natural light.
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Distinguished Hosts - Bangkok
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Glittering Bangkok - Half Day Tour
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Location & directions
Located on Rajadamri Road in the heart of the Ratchaprasong shopping and entertainment district, a short walk from museums, stores, nightlife and cultural attractions.
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