Location: Positioned on the Chao Phraya River, The Siam can be reached by boat or car. Guests can travel to major sightseeing locations, such as the Grand Palace and Wat Arun, by ferry.
History: The Siam was faithfully created in vintage style, incorporating Chinese and Thai motifs in a chic Art Deco design style.
Service: This boutique property offers personalized attentive service from one of the most respected hoteliers in Thailand, the Sukosol Group.
The Siam Hotel is set on 3 acres of verdant lawn along the city side of Bangkok’s main river, the Chao Praya. The Siam is a private 39-room luxury retreat with its own unique historical background located in Bangkok’s royal Dusit district. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Bill Bensley, the property is Art Deco inspired with infusions of Thai antiques and traditional architecture. Guests have an array of amenities at their fingertips: restaurants, a cooking school, bar, café, spa, gym, yoga terrace, Muay Thai boxing ring, beauty salon, library/cinema, infinity pool, gift/antiques gallery, conservatory and traditional Thai houses. The Siam’s 39 suites and pool villas are noticeably spacious and well equipped with modern conveniences. All rooms are outfitted with plush furnishings, super-sized king beds and lofty ceilings. 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. Onsite dining options include a Thai restaurant, international cuisine bistro, bar and coffee and cakes shop. The Siam Hotel is approximately 50 minutes from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).
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With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Each room and suite at the Siam evokes nostalgia in luxurious vintage interiors, oversized tubs, exotic artifacts, and luxurious bedding and bathroom amenities. The Siam is the only hotel in Bangkok to offer private pools in villas - some with river views and some opening up to an internal courtyard. All rooms include free Wi-Fi, complimentary shuttle boat to and from Saphan Taksin pier, butler service, and breakfast in the main house.
These light-filled spacious rooms are large enough to accommodate families. Located in the main residence close to the spa, library and gym, they also offer wide views of the property’s gardens. Suites feature a sitting alcove and all original artworks and antiques.
The villas offer 120 square meters of space and come in three different design styles - Thai, Chinese and Art Deco. Each has a private pool, internal garden courtyard and roof terrace for dining under the stars or sunbathing. Inter-joining suites are ideal for families and groups traveling together.
These villas provide both private pool and stunning river views, offering 120 square meters of pace, a private internal courtyard, roof terrace and luxurious bathroom with oversized tub. Suites can be linked for larger parties and guests can choose from Chinese, Thai or Art Deco design themes.
These suites offer the best views, with high ceilings and far-reaching vistas of the Chao Phraya River. They’re located on the top floor of the main residence, with access to the gym, spa and laundry. They offer 100 square meters of space and feature a sun-filled sitting alcove.
Located in the main building, 80-square-meter Siam Suites offer a luxurious environment with deep freestanding tubs, king beds, walk-in showers and spacious Art Deco living spaces. Suites are conveniently located next to the library, gym and spa.
The Siam offers a wide range of fitness and leisure activities, including a riverfront infinity pool, a Muay Thai boxing ring and a bathhouse. Opium Spa uses all natural chemical-free Sodashi products and offers a wide range of treatments to balance body and mind. An in-house library and cooking school are at hand for guests who want to take home some local culture.
Decorated in mosaic tiles and decadent marble, this elegant vintage-style Art Deco bath house offers hot baths, saunas and steam rooms for men and women. Excellent for detoxing or warming up pre-workout.
Chon’s cooking school offers daytime lessons in Thai cooking. Students accompany the chef to market in the morning to pick out fresh produce, then select from a list of classic Thai dishes to make.
The Siam is full of curios and local antiques. Guests can take home an authentic piece of local history or some locally crafted jewelry from the in-house gift shop.
Equipped with Life Fitness and Octane machines, free weights and punching bags, guests can enjoy their own workout or book a personal trainer. Yoga and Tai Chi takes place on the rooftop terrace while Muay Thai lessons can be booked with a trainer.
Guests can be groomed by a professional at the salon, where stylists use chemical-free Sodashi products. The salon does hair cuts, styling, waxing and manicures and pedicures.
Using chemical-free Sodashi products and offering a long list of therapies, Opium Spa restores balance to fatigue travelers. Various treatments for face, skin and body are offered, including anti-ageing treatments, Thai massage, foot and scalp therapy and longer “journeys” for a more comprehensive experience.
Located right on the riverfront, the Siam’s infinity pool is one of Bangkok’s most stunning. After doing laps, guests can order refreshments at Bathers Bar or take in some sun on the deck.
A complimentary speedboat shuttle is available for transfer to the main pier at Saphan Taksin, a journey of about 25 minutes. River excursions are also offered on request, exploring the canals in Thonburi area - a part of Bangkok that houses river communities. Private guides are also available for tours of Bangkok’s historic sites.
The Siam boasts authentic Thai cuisine and an extensive Western selection in its various eating venues. Executive Chef Blair Mathieson selects local produce in a farm to table approach, ensuring ultimate freshness and flavour. Guests at The Siam have the privilege of dining riverside with sparkling views of the Chao Phraya, or ordering in-room dining for an intimate evening.
This stylish poolside venue offers views over the Chao Phraya and is the perfect place for sun-downer drinks. Day beds and comfortable lounge seating is available.
Guests can indulge in a decadent afternoon tea here, enjoying a wide selection of tea or champagne with scones and Cornish clotted cream. Cucumber sandwiches, quiches, brioche and macaroons are part of this sumptuous meal.
For a special experience, guests can book a chef’s table meal in the evening in Chon’s cooking school. Diners can select their chef from those available on-site, who will craft a bespoke meal from the freshest local ingredients.
The Siam's main restaurant is named after the Thai word for spoon, symbolic of service and sharing. Chon serves traditional Thai food over looking the famous Thai river. The restaurant is housed in three century-old Thai teak houses. Guests may also learn to cook Thai cuisine in the restaurant’s cookery school.
Evoking the jazz age with its classic Art Deco style, this venue offers guests international cuisine set over two levels. Open all day, guests start the day with breakfast here and can linger until late in the evening with a menu of sophisticated cocktails.
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