Overlooking the Chao Phraya river, the iconic Peninsula’s commanding views of the city’s skyline make it one of the most elegant choices in Bangkok. Designed with a blend of modern and traditional Thai decor, the hotel provides all of the comforts of home with an exotic flair, all with the level of quality service and amenities that define the Peninsula. The hotel boasts three restaurants: Mei Jiang for Cantonese cuisine; Thiptara for Thai home-style cooking on an open-air pavilion; and the River Cafe and Bar, located on the banks of the river. The excellent spa, ESPA, offers state-of-the-art treatments, and an extensive fitness center includes a pool set in a garden complex. The Peninsula is located approximately 45 minutes by car from Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK).
Location: Because of the Peninsula Bangkok's prime location on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, diners may enjoy stunning, alfresco cuisine as they watch the boat traffic cruise up and down the river - a particularly picturesque experience at night.
Views: One of the most iconic hotels in Bangkok, the Peninsula is cleverly designed so that each room has river views.
Outdoors: Its expansive grounds are home to a large riverside swimming pool and grass lawn.
With The Peninsula’s innovative “W”-shaped design, each room has stunning views of the Chao Phraya river. With only 10 rooms and two suites per floor, the Peninsula guarantees its guests ultimate privacy and an exceptional amount of space. Suites provide outdoor jacuzzis for unrivalled panoramas of Asia’s City of Angels.
The smart architectural design of the Peninsula Bangkok means that each room enjoys sensational views of the Chao Phraya River - particularly stunning at night. The Deluxe Rooms have elegant furnishings, quality upholstery, en-suite bathrooms and complimentary Wi-Fi.
The Grand Deluxe Rooms, located on the 10th floor, boast panoramic views of the Chao Phraya river that are particularly stunning at night. The Grand Deluxe Rooms have elegant furnishings and quality upholstery, en-suite bathrooms and complimentary Wi-Fi. All lights, blinds and curtains are controllable by remote control. The room also features comfortable king-size beds, a sofa and seating area, mini bar and hot drink making facilities.
Located on the 34th floor, this exclusive suite is just a step away from the hotel’s own helicopter pad and private Paribatra Helicopter Lounge. The Peninsula Suite comes with a master and guest bedroom, grand living room, study, gym, dressing room, dining room, pantry and butler’s quarters. The room also features a fully stocked mini bar, telescope, mood lighting and entertainment system.
A culturally rich Thai-colonial home houses the Peninsula’s spa, while a state-of-the-art gym sits alongside a steam room and sauna, whirlpool, and cold plunge pool. The hotel’s iconic 88-meter 3-tiered swimming pool set in a garden along the Chao Phraya is a reason in itself to pay this hotel a visit.
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The Peninsula boasts a fully equipped gym, with cardio machines, free weights, and a number of LCD TV monitors.
Like all other Peninsula properties, the Spa at the Peninsula Bangkok is run by international luxury brand ESPA, which provides a high level of service and comfort to guests. A blend of Eastern and Western treatments, the Spa features both short, refreshing programs and longer, more comprehensive treatments that range from an hour and a half in length to a full-day.
The large swimming pool is equipped with mini Thai-style salas where guests can shelter from the sun, comfortable sun loungers, steam room, sauna, and cold plunge pool.
The Peninsula Bangkok provides world-class dining alongside the romantic setting of the Chao Phraya river, each restaurant providing a unique, rich culinary experience. From the fine Cantonese fare served at Mei Jiang restaurant, to the authentic Thai home-style experience of eating under the stars at Thiptara, guests’ taste buds will enjoy a tantalising jaunt through Asian and international cuisines at this hotel.
Set in a refined, upscale setting overlooking the Peninsula's landscaped, manicured gardens, Mei Jiang serves Cantonese specialties.
The alfresco dining setting is best visited at night when the Chao Phraya river comes alive with beautifully lit boats cruising its deep waters. Enjoy breakfast or pre-dinner drinks in the open-air bar.
The Bar is an old-fashioned hotel bar, built with dark, wood paneling and lined with artwork. The Bar is furnished with stools and comfortable seating areas, and serves a selection of spirits, beers, wines, cocktails and snacks.
The Lobby serves afternoon tea either inside its air-conditioned confines, or outside on the river terrace.
The long outdoor swimming pool is lined by mini Thai style salas where guests can shelter from the sun, as well as comfortable sun loungers. The Peninsula Pool Bar, with its triple-tiered design, serves light snacks and refreshing drinks.
The River Bar boasts far-reaching views of the Chao Phraya and serves a mix of cocktails, fresh juices, light snacks and other treats.
Inspired by the design of the ancient Thai capital city of Ayutthaya, Thiptara's decor includes traditional thatched roofs, wood and rattan furniture, and open-air seating. The eatery serves home-style Thai dishes such as green curry and jasmine rice, spicy seafood salad and sweet coconut jelly pudding.
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