Top Luxury Silom and Sathorn Hotels in Bangkok

These hotels are located in 2 contiguous districts Bang Rak District ( เขตบางรัก) and Sathon District ( เขตสาทร). Sathon Road ( ถนนสาทร) and more precisely Khlong Sathon ( คลองสาทร) serves a boundary between these 2 districts. The southern side of the road belongs to Sathon and the northern side belongs to Bang Rak.

Silom ( สีลม), that means “windmill” is located in the Bang Rak District and has become one of Bangkok’s most cosmopolitan streets and a major financial center. Silom Road is the home to some of the largest companies in Thailand and sometimes is known as Thailand’s Wall Street.

Sathon Road ( ถนนสาทร), roaming between the 2 districts of Bang Rak and Sathon ( เขตสาทร) is spread with skyscrapers and corporate offices, especially related with banking and finance.

The list of these hotels is lebua at State Tower & Tower Club at lebua, W Bangkok Hotel, The Sukhothai Bangkok, Banyan Tree Bangkok, COMO Metropolitan Bangkok, and Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park

lebua at State Tower & Tower Club at lebua

Lebua at State Tower
Lebua at State Tower. Entrance to Hotel on the left side of State Tower. Photo by Discovering Bangkok

State Tower is a skyscraper situated at Silom Road next to Charoen Krung Road ( ถนนเจริญกรุง), in the district of Bang Rak. It was constructed in 2001 and is South East Asia’s biggest building with a surface of 300,000 m2. State Tower consists of 68 floors and is 247 meters high.

State Tower includes condominiums, serviced apartments, offices and retail units. It also houses two five-star hotels, lebua at State Tower and Tower Club at lebua.

At the top of the building is located a golden dome. Dome at lebua is Bangkok’s best rooftop location, home to the finest restaurants and bars, including Sky Bar, an amazing rooftop bar; Sirocco, the largest open-air restaurant in the world with a panoramic view of Bangkok, is located on the 64th floor and offers a Mediterranean cuisine’s selection enlivened with live jazz music; Distil Bar, considered the best Bangkok bar for innovative cocktails; Breeze, in an open-air dining environment, offers the finest Asian cuisine and has been designated one of the top 10 most creative restaurants; Mezzaluna, combining an impressive 180-degree city and river panorama with the most exceptional European cuisine; Flûte – A Perrier-Jouët Bar, the world’s highest alfresco Champagne Bar that you can enjoy complemented with an exclusive caviar selection (Imperial Beluga, Beluga, Royal Oscietra and Oscietra) and/or premium oysters; and Alfresco 64, a Chivas Bar located on the 64th floor, is the highest open-air whisky bar in the world.

On the M Floor, Café Mozu is located on the poolside and is recognized for its breakfast buffet of international cuisine including Thai, Western, Lebanese, Indian and American. At this level, you can also enjoy the fitness center and spa, and draw on the business center and conference rooms.

The hotel, opened in 2006, has been renovated in 2012 and has 357 suites, each equipped with a living room, a separate bedroom, a balcony, a kitchenette and internet access.

On the top floors (from 51st to 59th) of the same building is the Tower Club at lebua. It has 221 enormous suites and offers stunning views from the balconies suites with charming interiors and some privileges like customized check-in and check-out.

W Bangkok Hotel

W Bangkok Hotel
Entrance to the W Bangkok Hotel. View from the skywalk which connects the Chong Nonsi BTS station and the Sathorn BRT station.
Photo by Discovering Bangkok

W Bangkok Hotel, opened on December 7, 2012, has 31 floors and 407 rooms. It’s located in Sathorn Road just opposite to Empire Tower (with 62 floors and 227 meters high), the tallest only office building in Thailand. The Chong Nonsi BTS station ( สถานีช่องนนทรี) is just located 3 minutes walk from the hotel.

W Bangkok is considered one of the most stylish hotels in Thailand because of its whimsical interior colorful designs, enthusiasm for fashion and vigorous social scene that bubbles every night. The DNA of this global hotel group appears to endorse the up-to-date trends, and this branch of Bangkok is no different at all. All rooms come with tablets that enable air conditioning, lighting, and alarm to be controlled with just a few touches.

Guests can relax by the pool (an eye-shaped pool with underwater speakers) or enjoy massage treatments at the spa AWAY at W Bangkok, one of the best luxury spas in the city.

The dining offer of W Bangkok is also extensive: The Kitchen Table, a restaurant open all day, offers international cuisine; Sushiyoshi, Japanese restaurant, awarded with 2 Michelin stars, cooking omakase meals; and The House on Sathorn, a 130-year-old mansion (built in 1889 during the reign of King Rama V), after served as Russian embassy from 1948 to 1999, and subsequently renovated, finally opened as part of W Bangkok in 2015, and now has become the new dining venue in Bangkok.

The Sukhothai Bangkok

The Sukhothai Bangkok
The Sukhothai Bangkok. Entrance to the hotel. Photo by Discovering Bangkok

The Sukhothai Hotel ( รงแรมสุโขทัย) provides an authentic escape with more than modern indulgences on the bottom of a wood-blocked driveway between six acres of lily lakes and flower gardens in the middle of the Thai capital.

Named after the first capital of Siam, the former name used for Thailand, Sukhothai ( สุโขทัย), this institution of the Bangkok area is characteristic of its spacious courtyards, open-air arcades, tropical gardens, Oriental and symmetrical houses surrounded by rich vegetation, and influenced by the period considered the Golden Age of Architecture and Art.

Take a journey of wellness and exploration. Spa Botanica is the refuge of health and relaxation for the senses, a combination of Thailand’s atemporal healing traditions and creative methods of relaxation. Experience the 25-meter outdoor swimming pool, situated in luxurious gardens and tropical environments. Fitness Studio, a roomy gym is an ideal location to work on muscle toning, stamina, and health improvement.

The dining experience at The Sukhothai Bangkok is something worth to explore from the delicious Thai cuisine at Celadon to the excellent Italian kitchens of La Scala, the Sukhothai restaurants are a demonstration of art and creativity.

La Scala enclosed adjacent to the pool, is extremely appealing for classic, progressive Italian cuisine with excellent European wines, taking care to assure that these are the best choices to match food preferences. Celadon one of the city’s most celebrated Thai restaurants offers a variety of the timeless specialties produced over the centuries from different regions across Thailand served on terraces surrounded by pleasant lotus lakes. Colonnade meets all your needs with an assortment and uncompromising quality of international cuisine; its Sunday brunch is certainly legendary; the sumptuous Lobby Salon Chocolate Buffet is on the essential list of many of the tourists to the city as well as for the hotel guests.

Banyan Tree Bangkok

Top Luxury Silom and Sathorn Hotels. Banyan Tree
The infinity pool at Banyan Tree. Courtesy of Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts

In a lively town full of exotic food, wonderful temples, thrilling townscapes, and endless shopping, Banyan Tree Hotel ( โรงแรมบันยันทรี) is strategically located in Sathon/Silom area. Using BTS (Skytrain) or MRT (underground) and a 10-15 minute walk from each of them is one becomes the simplest way to get to many different areas of Bangkok. Alternatively, the hotel offers the traditional Thai Tuk Tuk, a must when you are in Bangkok, with a free transfer to both stations.

This all-suite 5-star hotel provides the biggest luxurious hotel with international cuisine, meeting and event facilities and a prize-winning spa. Flashing under the open sky, on the 21st floor with an outdoor rooftop deck, the 4 m x 25 m pool is flanked by trees and plants to produce a tropical pool experience with the Bangkok skyline as a background

The hotel’s signature target dining experience is the Apsara river cruise, where you have dinner under the stars in the truly Banyan Tree style. Almost reaching the clouds at Vertigo and Moon Bar is one of the best ways to enjoy a long day in Bangkok on the 61st floor of the Banyan Tree Hotel. With an uncommon, narrow and elongated design, the bar and restaurant fill the whole top of the building and create the extraordinary feeling of being on a spacecraft in the sky.

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

Top Luxury Silom and Sathorn Hotels
Exterior view of the COMO Metropolitan Bangkok. Courtesy of COMO Hotels and Resorts

With its innovative concept “East-meets-West“, trendy dining experiences and service beyond your expectations, the COMO Metropolitan Bangkok delivers a new perspective to Bangkok. Each guest room equipped with mixed natural materials, blank lines and tons of natural light, evokes an elegant and stylish atmosphere.

The hotel is located in the business center of Bangkok, in Sathorn Road, a stone’s throw from the nightlife, shopping, and restaurants of the neighborhood with a shuttle bus service to Silom BTS station operating daily from 7.30am to 9.30pm. Lumphini MTR underground station is at 10-minutes walking away. Also, the hotel places special emphasis on providing perfectly organized experiences of the city for their customers, such as arranging a custom street market journey, designing a treatment program at COMO Shambhala Urban Escape, managing restaurant reservations, or securing guides to fashion shops in the city.

The accommodation at Metropolitan combines elegance and urban trends with Asian contemporary style in every one of the 169 large-sized rooms. They grow from the 26-39 sqm of the city rooms, going by the 80 sqm of the terrace rooms to the 150 sqm of the penthouse suites or the exceptional 240 sqm of the top COMO suite.

The restaurants and bars at the Metropolitan Bangkok are at the vanguard of Bangkok’s dining scene, whether at Nahm, the renowned Thai cuisine restaurant that confirmed its position as one of Asia’s top restaurants by winning a Michelin star in 2019 for the second successive year; or Glow, an open, modern all-day dining space with simple meals and the delightful and nutritious COMO Shambhala Cuisine, including salads, energetic juices and a wealthy blend of living enzymes, minerals and vitamins.

Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumphini Park

Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park
Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park. Main entrance at Rama IV Road. Photo by Discovering Bangkok

Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park is located in the heart of the city, in Silom commercial district, next to Sala Daeng BTS station ( สถานีศาลาแดง). Shopping is a 5-minute walk from the Silom Complex, a shopping center belonging to the Central brand with other malls like Central World or Central Embassy to name a few.

All spacious and luxurious rooms expand on 24 floors, giving them amazing city sights and are furnished with air conditioning and flat-screen cable TVs. The hotel also features an open-air pool and spa offering the traditional Thai massage. Guests can keep their fitness at the gym or opt for a relaxing sauna. Besides, there is a business center and a 24-hour lounge. Travel services include car rental, tour and ticketing management.

From markets to woks, you will be delighted with the luxury from two gastronomic traditions: Cantonese and International, where you find notable flavors and seasonal products that are perfectly prepared. At Xin Tian Di, you can enjoy the most luxurious Chinese food and try the best dim sum buffet in Bangkok. The Deck Bar and Short Cuts Deli provide you with fast and fresh food and beverages all day long for a more casual experience.

Panorama provides a unique location on the 23rd floor, with stunning views of the city and Lumphini Park (hence the name of the hotel). Panorama is a casual yet sophisticated all-day restaurant, that guarantees exciting surprises with its international offerings made of seasonal ingredients and fresh flavor mixtures.