The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam
The Siam

The Siam

3/2 Thanon Khao, Vachirapayabal, Dusit, Bangkok 10300, Thailand

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“Art Deco-styled urban resort along Bangkok's River of Kings”

Along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, one chic urban resort embodies the Dusit area’s genteel vibe, thanks in part to the ancient temples and glittering royal palaces that dot the historic neighborhood. The 39-key property is designed by the much lauded Bill Bensley, who provided a classic backdrop to showcase the hotel owner’s private collection of artwork and antiques. The pool villas – a unique experience for a city destination – are more akin to resort-styled accommodation, while four traditional teak houses dating back over 150 years offer a peek into the kingdom’s rich past.

Best time to visit : All year

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What we love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • Historic area's atmosphere of romantic nostalgia and proximity to cultural sites
  • Riverfront location with complimentary river shuttle to/from BTS skytrain
  • Impeccable service and facilities, including fitness center's Muay Thai boxing ring
  • Owner's exquisite private antique collection displayed around the hotel
  • Connie's Cottage, a stilted teak pool villa that once belonged to Connie Mangskau, Thai silk legend Jim Thompson's confidante

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location
  • The Insider

39 Suites and Pool Villas

Set on 3 acres of verdant frontage along the city side of the Chao Praya River, The Siam features Bangkok’s 39 most spacious suites and intimately private pool villas with rooftop terraces in royal Dusit district. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Bill Bensley, the Art Deco inspired and Thai antique-infused masterpiece is the kingdom’s premier urban resort where spaciousness is true luxury to behold.

Room Facilities

  • Full-size executive desk and ergonomic chair
  • Ample wardrobe space and luggage racks
  • Temperature controlled air conditioning
  • Laptop safe
  • Mini bar with complimentary water and local snacks
  • Coffee machine, kettle, tea & coffee
  • Choice of newspapers and magazines
  • Fresh flowers and fruit
  • Portier Travel Mobile Device
  • HD LCD televisions, with movies on demand
  • Telephone with free local calls (Bangkok area code)
  • Dual Voltage (110V /240V) power socket
  • Universal charging station with USB ports
  • Twin sinks
  • Bathtub
  • Separate walk-in shower and toilet cubicle
  • Luxurious toiletries
  • The Siam bathrobes and slippers

Need to know

Check-in 14.00 / Check out 12.00
Flexible C/I & C/O time subject to availability upon arrival/departure
Standard Inclusions:
​Daily breakfast for two at restaurant
​Personal butler service
​Complimentary WiFi property wide
​Mobile with internet access / Global call dialling
​Daily fresh tropical fruit
Shuttle boat between the hotel and Bangkok’s central Sathorn pier

Siam Suite
Siam Suite
  • 2 adults 2 children – under 12 years old
  • 80 sq. m.
  • Double and twin
  • Hotel grounds

All uniquely themed Siam Suites are located on two floors in the Main Residence adjacent to the spa, with convenient access to the gym, library and meeting room. Ideal for solo travelers or couples and anything but ordinary.

Mae Nam Suite
Mae Nam Suite
  • 2 adults 2 children – under 12 years old
  • 90 sq. m.
  • Double and twin
  • Garden view

Bright and airy Mae Nam Suites offer stunning views over the hotel grounds with glimpses of river life while being spacious enough for families. All Mae Nam Suites are located in the Main Residence adjacent to the spa, with convenient access to the gym, library and meeting room.

Riverview Suite
Riverview Suite
  • 2 adults 2 children – under 12 years old
  • 100 sq. m.
  • Double and twin
  • River view

Stunning, top floor Riverview Suites afford the most fabulous river views imaginable with ultra high ceilings. All Riverview Suites are perched atop the Main Residence with convenient access to the spa, gym, library and meeting room. A fabulous choice for those seeking the best view.

Courtyard Pool Villa
Courtyard Pool Villa
  • 2 adults 2 children
  • 130 sq. m.
  • Double and twin
  • Garden view

For absolute privacy, retreat to an intimate Pool Villa and bask in Thai Colonial, Chinese or Art Deco surrounds. Every villa is awash with lush internal gardens and features a private swimming pool and open-air roof terrace, perfect for secluded sunbathing, evening cocktails or intimate dining. One adjoining pair of villas is perfect for families or friends.

Riverview Pool Villa
Riverview Pool Villa
  • 2 adults 2 children – under 12 years old
  • 130 sq. m.
  • Double and twin
  • River view

Enjoying a prime location with a private veranda overlooking the Chao Phraya River, Riverview Pool Villas redefine urban luxury with an absolute privacy. Decor takes its cue from Thai, Chinese, colonial and art deco styles, with art and antiques aplently. Also, there's a lush internal garden and open-air roof terrace, ideal for secluded sunbathing, evening cocktails or intimate dining.

Chon Thai Restaurant
Chon Thai Restaurant
Local culture and history steeped into the Thai teak wood houses that make up the restaurant, dining at Chon is always an unforgettable experience. The culinary team will bring to your table only the freshest, finest local produce, expertly prepared, and anchored by their respect for timeless Thai flavours.
Deco Bar & Bistro
Deco Bar & Bistro
The restaurant itself is bursting with Art Deco loveliness, so make sure to work up an appetite by exploring every corner! Casual chic dining, with a menu full of must-try, and a drinks list to match.
Café Chao
Café Chao
Just off the lobby, Café Chao is your secret corner to sneak a delicious pastry or cake, together with pot of tea or a freshly brewed coffee. Treat yourself to the ultimate high society extravagance with an indulgent Afternoon Tea set. You are guaranteed a perfect hideaway for some down time, a casual meeting or catching up on emails.
Bather's Bar
Bather's Bar
Adjacent to the infinity pool along the riverfront lawn, enjoy refreshing, light snacks, poolside bites and beverages at Bather's Bar after a soothing, cool dip. Sit back in your outsized daybed and sip on sunset cocktails while taking in the unencumbered, private views over the majestic Chao Phraya river.
Riverside Infinity Pool
Riverside Infinity Pool
To complement your spa, gym and wellness experiences or to simply refresh after a day out sightseeing and shopping, take a dip in the 22m x 3.5m infinity pool overlooking the Chao Phraya, River of Kings. Kick laps or kick back with refreshments from the Bather's Bar.
Screening Room
Screening Room
Enjoy a classic or new release in the comfort of The Siam's Screening Room. Your butler can assist to make the arrangements, including dining at the silver screen.
The Siam’s Cooking School
The Siam’s Cooking School

With only two cooking stations per class, enjoy a truly immersive Thai cooking experience that will leave you with amazing memories to take home. Join the Chef for an optional excursion by Tuk-Tuk to the local fresh market for a first-hand look at the remarkable produce available here in Bangkok’s Old Town. Cook and then enjoy three delicious dishes of your choice.  Whether you are a first timer or a seasoned chef, you will never forget cooking under a traditional Thai teakwood house, overlooking the Chao Phraya River.

Opium Spa & Wellbeing
Opium Spa & Wellbeing
Experience pure bliss in Thailand’s award-winning Spa. Inspired by natural beauty, the Opium Spa links the discovery of one of the world’s most fascinating cultural environments to the health and wellbeing of guests.
Muay Thai Class
Muay Thai Class
Over the past few years, Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing) has become one of the most popular forms of sport for wellness. The Siam has built the first luxury Thai Kickboxing gym complete with ring and professional trainers.
Sak Yant – Traditional Thai Tattoo
Sak Yant – Traditional Thai Tattoo
The Siam has integrated an ancient Thai tradition with the opening of a specially consecrated space devoted to the inking of sacred tattoos. Known as Sak Yan in Thai (and popularly spelt Sak Yant even though the “t” is always silent), the magical-religious designs in black ink can be traced back to two millennia ago.
Gymnasium
Gymnasium
The Siam boasts a fully equipped gym with floor to ceiling mirrors and windows. State of the art Life Fitness and Octane equipment feature along side original Art Deco gymnasium doors, vintage sports posters and leather punching bags.

The Siam

The Siam is located on the Bangkok side of the Chao Praya River, at the base of Krung Thon Bridge in historical Dusit district. This area is home to all of Bangkok’s must-see cultural sights. Beat Bangkok’s traffic, hop aboard our luxury cruise to the BTS Skytrain at Saphan Taksin Bridge, just 30 minutes away. Also, a cruise ride to the Grand Palace takes only 15 minutes!

3/2 Thanon Khao, Vachirapayabal, Dusit, Bangkok 10300, Thailand

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Nick Downing
Nick Downing
General Manager

With over 25 years in luxury hotels & resorts covering Australia, SE Asia and the Indian Ocean, Nick has brought a wealth of pre-opening, operations and corporate based experience to The Siam since joining in 2016.

Initially with Hyatt for ten years, Nick has since built his career around luxury hotels such as Palazzo Versace, Hayman Island, Soneva Gili, Per AQUUM ‘s Huvafen Fushi and W. Additionally corporate roles have led him to be involved with 137 Pillars, Hansar and Minor Hotel Group’s Indian Ocean operations.

Chinatown by Night
Chinatown by Night
Starting from Ratchawongse Pier, adventure through the bright lights and frenetic buzz that is Bangkok's Chinatown. Awaken all senses with endless flavour and smell from an array of street stalls. Whether you are looking to satisfy your sweet tooth or enjoy a proper meal, Chinatown is sure to cater to your cravings.
Chinatown by Day
Chinatown by Day
For those wanting to explore deeper into this fascinating and vibrant neighbourhood, take a walk through the tightly packed alleyways of Sampeng Market - Bangkok's famous wholesale market where you can find inexpensive clothing, costumes, textiles, jewellery and so much more.
Night Flower Market (Pak Klong Talad) & Old Town
Night Flower Market (Pak Klong Talad) & Old Town

Bangkok comes alive by night. Take our Siam Boat Cruise to Yodpiman Pier.  The flower market is a feast for the senses, an experience unmatched anywhere else in the world.  

Looking for a little pick me up? Pop in to Floral Cafe at Napasorn, for a great selection of homemade desserts.

Canal Tour
Canal Tour
Starting at The Royal Barge Museum, take the trip up Klong Bangkok Noi and Bangkok Yai to experience the floating market in the heart of this bustling city. Visit Baan Silapin – Artists’ House for cultural exploration before stopping by the world-famous Temple of Dawn. We recommend that you embark on this tour just post breakfast at about 9:30 hr. before it gets too warm.
Klongs, Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha, Wat Arun, Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha)
Klongs, Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha, Wat Arun, Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha)
Get an early start for this classic journey through the most famous of Bangkok's historic sites. Your guide and longtail boat can depart from The Siam Pier.
Steve Café
Steve Café
Don’t let the name deceive you, Steve Café is a local restaurant with an amazing selection of Thai dishes. Best to arrive by boat from The Siam and organize a taxi or Tuk-Tuk with the hotel to return. Featuring stunning views of Rama IIX bridge, this restaurant has local charm, a relaxed feel and great food.  Best enjoyed from sunset through dinner; avoid lunch as the restaurant faces the western sun and can be rather hot.
Krua Apsorn Thai
Krua Apsorn Thai
This is the original homey, award-winning, royally patronised, everyday-Thai-food restaurant. Expect a clientele made up of fussy families and big-haired, middle-aged ladies, and a cuisine revolving around full-flavoured, largely seafood and vegetable-heavy central Thai dishes.  As one of the most famous restaurants in Thailand, this is a must for every visitor to The Siam.
Supanniga Eating Room Tha Tien
Supanniga Eating Room Tha Tien
“Supanniga” (Thonglor) is known for its casual chic location and reliable Thai food. But if there’s one thing missing from that restaurant, it’s the view. Now that we have Supanniga Eating Room, it naturally makes this the riverside Thai restaurant we have all been waiting for!
Err
Err
With Err, you’re far enough from the mother branch’s Michelin-star aspirations to relax a little but you’ll be getting the same meticulous research and virtuoso execution as at Bo.lan. Probably the best of both worlds and just a few piers down from The Siam. (Closed on Mondays).
May Rai Padthai & Winebar
May Rai Padthai & Winebar
Another great creation of Chef Ton of Michelin-starred Le Du. Head by his brother, Chef Tam, the duo is bringing historic area of Tha Thien a refine and modern takes on everyone’s favourite – Padthai. The bar is small and intimate, and chill. Take a seat at the bar, Ton or Tam might just entertain you with stories behind the varied wine selection they offer.