The Peninsula: white-glove service and old-world grandiosity

You might feel like being in London while at The Peninsula Hotel because of the sparkling lights that lit the grand entrance, and the elegant doormen. The Peninsula Hotels has its roots in Hong Kong’s glamorous Peninsula Hotel, the group flagship hotel, and Hong Kong’s oldest hotel.

The Siam Hotel: arts and antiques loaded with greenery

The Siam is loaded with greenery, which you will realize the moment you step into it. Pedestals bloom with arrangements while the pots are rolled with ferns. The greenery feels so refreshing against a white and black background, which makes the hotel décor look like the Thai villa design.

Anantara Riverside: urban serenity and luxury river cruises

Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort is located on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River, very close to Krungthep Bridge. It’s surrounded by 11 acres of greenery and constructed in traditional Thai architecture. This hotel offers the kind of urban serenity that any traveler could crave for.

Chakrabongse Villas: on the grounds of a former royal residence

The street noise is left behind and forgotten once you enter the tall gates of the Chakrabongse Villas. This luxury hotel is a majestic example of a traditional Thai home. It has been meticulously preserved to look just like it did when it was used as a royal residence in the early 1900s.

Wat Arun: the temple of dawn at the bank of Chao Phraya River

Wat Arun (วัดอรุณ), also known as the Temple of Dawn at the bank of Chao Phraya River is popular for its cultural significance and tourism magnitude, and it is acclaimed as one of the top landmarks of the Bangkok skyline. It is also called by locals as Wat Chaeng (วัดแจ้ง).