On three acres of Bangkok's best riverfront real estate—perfectly situated amidst the city’s historic and cultural sites—The Siam is an unexpectedly private oasis. The 39-room boutique retreat is luxuriously designed, authentically curated, and culturally immersive.
Throughout the hotel, elements of Art Deco- and Thai colonial-era style create a classic space that might well suit a modern Jackie Kennedy Onassis (in fact, Onassis herself dined in the teahouse that is now their signature restaurant). Every suite is hand tailored, with art and memorabilia from an era in Thai life, based on themes like mid-century Muay Thai and local, boutique shopping. In addition, the property features unique amenities such rooftop yoga, cooking classes, and an incredible hammam.
Most striking was the genuine hospitality from everyone at the property. From gracious check-in service, to thoughtful entrée recommendations—their curried crab dish that was the most delicious thing I tasted during my trip Thailand—every moment spent with the staff at The Siam was a genuine pleasure.