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 ( ถนนสีลม) 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.
State Tower is a skyscraper located 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 houses two five-star hotels, lebua at State Tower and Tower Club at lebua.
At the peak of the building is located a golden dome. Dome at lebua is Bangkok’s best rooftop location, home to the most elegant restaurants and bars, including Sky Bar, Sirocco, Breeze, and Mezzaluna.
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, the tallest only office building in Thailand. W Bangkok is considered one of the most stylish hotels in Thailand because of its fantastic interior bright designs, enthusiasm for fashion and dynamic social scene. The DNA of this global hotel group seems to endorse the up-to-date trends, and this branch of Bangkok is no different at all.
The Sukhothai Bangkok Hotel provides an authentic outlet with more than modern luxuries on the rear of a wood-blocked driveway within six acres of lily lakes and flower gardens. Named after the first capital of Siam, the former name used for Thailand, Sukhothai ( สุโขทัย), this place is characteristic of its vast courtyards, open-air arcades, tropical gardens, Oriental and symmetrical houses encircled by rich vegetation, and influenced by the period considered the Golden Age of Architecture and Art.
In a lively town full of exotic meals, wonderful temples, and endless shopping, Banyan Tree Bangkok 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. Almost touching 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 its innovative concept “East-meets-West“, stylish dining experiences and service exceeding your expectations, the COMO Metropolitan Bangkok delivers a new scene 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 MTR station operating daily from 7.30 am to 9.30 pm. Lumphini MTR station is at 10-minutes walking away.
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 mall belonging to the Central brand. Panorama provides a distinctive spot on the 23rd floor, with astonishing views of the city center and Lumphini Park (hence the name of the hotel).