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Hotel rating: Luxury
The Siam is situated along the Chao Phraya river, also known as the River of Kings, among Bangkok's historical palaces, temples and museums in the city's royal Dusit district. Set on a hectare of premium river frontage, the privately owned and operated hotel features 28 suites, 10 pool villas and a traditional Thai house all designed by the architect Bill Bensley and decorated fusing Oriental and colonial designs with natural textures and a muted colour schemes. All accommodations are well appointed and equipped with luxury modern amenities. For dining, the Thai House and Cooking School prepares authentic Thai cuisine and the hotel's Deco Bar and Bistro offers round-the-clock service. Other hotel facilities include a spacious gym, hotel library decorated in period style, coffee and tea houses, an art gallery and The Opium Spa & Wellbeing where you can choose from massage therapies and tailored multi-day spa packages. For a unique perspective of the city, board the hotel’s ‘Bangkok by Boat’ Private Boat Cruise.
Please call 020 7873 5000 for more information or to make a booking.
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