"Set on 3 acres of verdant frontage along the city side of the Chao Phraya River, The Siam is a private 38-room luxury retreat located in Bangkok’s royal Dusit district."
Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Bill Bensley, the Art Deco inspired, Thai antique infused masterpiece will be the kingdom’s premier urban resort.
The Siam features 38 of the capital's most spacious suites and pool villas as well as a uniquely historical Thai House. All rooms are outfitted with plush furnishings, super-sized king beds and lofty ceilings. Four of the large, airy rooms are housed in handsome teakwood houses, which have allegedly boarded the likes of Henry Ford and Roger Moore. Each suite is individually designed with original turn of the century oriental artwork and antiquities and is catered for by a personal butler. Complimentary WiFi is available property-wide.
Set in opulent surrounds and intimately private, the Opium Spa provides a haven for renewal and inspiration for lifestyle change. Choose from facial, body and massage therapies using chemical-free Sodashi products or indulge in a tailored multi-day spa package to suit your individual needs. Engage one of our personal fitness trainers in the gym and luxury Muay Thai training centre or take a yoga or Tai Chi class on our outdoor terrace or pier. Unwind with dry and steam saunas, steam showers and Jacuzzis. There is also a kids’ and teen’s spa treatment menu and a full-service hair and nail salon. Enjoy the journey as well as the destination.
- Infinity pool
- Children's pool
- Conference room
- Antique gift shop
- Art gallery
- Private pier
- Shuttle boat
- Limo service
At The Siam, guests are treated to a cultural experience like no other, with sublime service in a serene riverfront setting. The diverse dining options include: Chon, a signature Thai restaurant and cooking school where guests may savour and create authentic Thai cuisine; the dapper Deco Bar & Bistro, which serves home-style meals as well as small plates set to live music in a jazzy atmosphere and Café Cha, our all day patisserie replete with shady veranda and garden where guests may indulge in a range of freshly baked pastries while sipping perfectly brewed cups of coffee, tea or exotic local infusions. Adjacent to the infinity pool along the riverfront lawn, the Bathers Bar offers in-house guests refreshing, light snacks, poolside bites and beverages after a soothing, cool dip. Sit back in your spacious daybed and sip on sunset cocktails while taking in the unencumbered, private views over the majestic Chao Phraya River. Mealtimes at The Siam are relaxed and informal, with a creative emphasis on our ‘Moveable Feast’ and ‘Sundowners’.
Bangkok has a tropical monsoon climate and the highest average temperature of any city in the world. Temperatures in Bangkok regularly peak above 30°C throughout the year. The period between November and February is the driest period in Bangkok; September is the wettest month on average. The humidity levels also remain high during this period. The climate in Bangkok is at its hottest from March to August. If you visit between May and October expect short spells of rainy weather, with frequent afternoon showers, monsoons and spells of thunder at times.
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"From gleaming temples to traditional floating markets, there are plenty of fascinating attractions to visit in bold Bangkok."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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