The Peninsula Bangkok is a luxury hotel of unmatched classical grandeur set on Bangkok's majestic riverside. With every room boasting magnificent river views, it offers an unrivalled panorama across this vibrant city.
All rooms come with stunning river and city views
Central location on the banks of the Chao Phraya River
Stunning riverside pool
Fantastic Peninsula service and attention to detail
The Peninsula Bangkok has a prime location on the banks of Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River. Its unique wave shaped design not only makes it a distinct architectural addition to the Bangkok skyline, but enables all rooms to have uninterrupted views of the river below. All the rooms at the hotel are amongst the largest in Bangkok and are not only designed with timeless elegance but have pioneering guest room technology installed to keep them bang up to date. Rooms range from deluxe to those with balconies to opulent suites with panoramic terraces and outdoor Jacuzzis and each floor of the hotel has a butler ready to attend to guests' needs.
The Peninsula's numerous and varied restaurants and bars span the globe in terms of cuisine and even in a short stay at the hotel you can sample Thai home style cooking, authentic Cantonese dishes and International dishes, all served with The Peninsula's impeccable service and accompanied by Bangkok's stunning views.
The Peninsula Spa is a tranquil respite from the buzzing city and here you can enjoy indulgent relaxation therapies, holistic massages and fabulous opulent facilities. The hotel's two tennis courts, state of the art gym and outdoor pool overlooking the river complement the spa's facilities and for those wanting a temporary recluse from the mayhem of Bangkok, the Peninsula is a true sanctuary.
The Peninsula has a luxury fleet of chauffeur driven limousines but the tuk-tuk is an equally fun (and always faster) way to nip about the city. The Peninsula Bangkok is also accessed by way of a small boat that crosses the river, and also has easy access to shopping areas and the city's major tourist attractions, either by sky train or by taking a boat along the river. Attractions include the Grand Palace, Chinatown, the floating market and numerous fascinating temples. Bangkok is a modern and fast changing city and as well as some of its ancient and historical sites the newer shopping districts and fashionable bars and restaurants are also well worth a visit.
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Grand Deluxe Rooms are the best as they are located on the 10th floor with amazing views across the Bangkok skyline.
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The Peninsula Hotel Bangkok is located on the edge of Thonburi on the west bank of the Chao Phraya, the magnificent Peninsula Hotel peers over Bangkok. It may be on the ‘other’ side of the river, but this location is what makes the hotel even more appealing. Only from the opposite river bank can you enjoy such spectacular city views, and with the complimentary hotel ferry boat ready to transport you across to the Saphan Taksin Skytrain station, everything in the city is still easily accessible.
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Bangkok Multi-Transport Adventure
A full day tour taking in some the highlights of Bangkok. Explore this vibrant city like a local, traveling by foot, boat, Skytrain and tuktuk, accompanied by your own English-speaking private guide.
Cycle Hidden Bangkok
Experience a different side to Bangkok, cycling through sleepy side streets, green parks and along canal pathways. Get away from the main tourist sites and gain an insight into local life beyond the city's skyscrapers.
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Damnoen Saduak is one of Thailand's most famous, chaotic and colorful floating markets. Within easy reach of Bangkok, even if you would prefer not make any purchases, it still makes for an exciting experience.
Distinguished Hosts - Bangkok
This is a wonderful opportunity for those looking to get more of an in-depth understanding of Thailand, or a particular area of the culture, be that history, architecture or literature - there is plenty of choice depending on your interests.
Floating Market & Mangrove Conservation Center
This full day tour combines culture and adventure, taking in one of Thailand's most charming floating markets as well as a visit to the Mangrove Forest Conservation Center. You will even have the opportunity for a spot of waterskiing!
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Hidden Villages - Half Day Tour
Head off the beaten track and explore the less touristy, slightly more unusual side to Bangkok, accompanied by your expert English-speaking guide. Spend half a day wandering though a few of the 'villages' that make up the sprawling metropolitan capital.
Kanchanaburi and Railway Experience
A moving and fascinating day tour in Kanchanaburi province. The famous Bridge of the River Kwai and the beginning of the 'Death Railway' is a poignant reminder of the thousands of POWs and forced laborers who lost their lives in the Second World War.
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Tha Kha Floating Market
This half day tour will take you to Tha Kha Floating Market; one of the more charming and less touristy floating markets within easy reach of Bangkok.
The Peninsula Bangkok - Muay Thai & Massage
Discover the art of Muay Thai kickboxing during your stay at the Peninsula Bangkok. Learn the basic fighting techniques of this fascinating sport. Afterwards relax with an 80-minute body massage in the hotel's spa.