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The Peninsula Bangkok

Bangkok 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Towering grand dame with some of Bangkok’s largest rooms, all overlooking the Chao Phraya River — Jetsetter

From its exclusive top-floor lounge, right down to its velveteen lawns at ground level, the Peninsula proves it is as classy as the rest. — Frommer's

First opened in 1998, The Peninsula Bangkok is a well-loved luxury property in the Thai capital — Forbes Travel Guide

Another of Bangkok's riverside bastions of luxury, this Peninsula stares down its rivals—the Shangri-La and the Oriental—across the Chao Phraya from the Thonburi side. — concierge.com

Service is flawless, the ultra-luxurious decor stylishly blends traditional Western and Asian design, and every room has a panoramic view of the Chao Phraya River. — Rough Guide

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The Sukhothai Bangkok

Sathorn 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Designed by Ed Tuttle in an influential Siamese minimalist fashion... the Sukhothai is arguably Bangkok's most beautiful hotel. — Time Out

The most elegant of Bangkok’s top hotels, its decor inspired by the walled city of Sukhothai. — Rough Guide

On six landscaped acres near Sathorn Road, the Sukhothai has numerous courtyards that make the hustle and bustle of Bangkok seem worlds away. — Fodor's

Accommodations are equally tranquil with Thai silk fabrics in airy silvers, golds and greens, teak paneling, and huge mirrored bathrooms. — concierge.com

An oasis of tranquil style in the heart of Bangkok, the hotel gives each guest that stays in a suite a brightly colored raw-silk stuffed elephant, said to bring good luck to its owner. — Travel + Leisure

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Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok

Silom 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the world's grandest hotels, this river landmark started life as a lodge for European traders, which burnt down in 1865. — Time Out

One of the oldest deluxe hotels in Bangkok, serving the rich and famous... for more than 130 years. — concierge.com

With a rich history dating back to 1879, the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is one of the city's most prestigious hotels. — Fodor's

Dating back more than 100 years, the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok is a beloved local institution. — Gayot

Opened in 1879, Mandarin Oriental was Thailand’s first hotel and is still among its best, offering a touch of Far East romance from a bygone era — Afar Magazine

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from $468

COMO Metropolitan Bangkok

Sathorn 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From the moment you step into the hushed lobby with its minimalist decor, this superhip residence engulfs its guests in a restful mood. — Frommer's

Owner Christina Ong forged a sleek, oriental look from the former YMCA, birthing a sister hotel to London's pioneering minimalist icon. — Time Out

Talk about making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. Who else but Christina Ong could have turned a former YMCA into what is hands-down Bangkok’s hottest hotel? — Condé Nast Traveler

Housed inside a former YMCA building, the Metropolitan Bangkok has a refreshingly hip aesthetic. — Travel + Leisure

The very essence of urban cool, the Metropolitan was reborn from the ashes of – wait for it – a YMCA. — Lonely Planet

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Shangri-La Hotel,Bangkok

Silom 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stretched out along the banks of the Chao Phraya River with easy Skytrain access, the Shangri-La ranks among the world's top luxury hotels. — concierge.com

Utterly cutting-edge, yet with an extraordinary sense of calm, the Shangri-La has emerged as one of Bangkok's very best hotels, rivaling the more famous Oriental. — Fodor's

Riverside hotel with Bangkok’s largest treatment rooms at the property’s CHI, The Spa — Travel + Leisure

Bangkok's largest river hotel - with two wings, two pools, leafy grounds and direct BTS/Expressboat access - has won many awards. — Time Out

This high-rise hotel on Bangkok’s picturesque Chao Phraya River has a relaxed, nearly tropical vibe (an atmospheric plus that’s only increased by the lush spa and butler service in some... — Jetsetter

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The St. Regis Bangkok

Bangkok 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The lavish 227 guest quarters are studies in painted teak and marble, but unrivaled service sets the property apart. — Travel + Leisure

Opened in 2011 on the high-end Rajadamri shopping strip, this "exceptional-in-every-way hotel" melds traditional Thai style with modernism. — Condé Nast Traveler

The St. Regis is all about pampering—this was the first hotel in Thailand to offer its guests around-the-clock personal butler service. — Fodor's

Everything about the St. Regis oozes elegance, from the high-ceilinged, bright lobby to the comfortable rooms with great views. — Frommer's

At Bangkok's lavish St. Regis outpost, guest rooms feature exceptional extras, such as floor-to-ceiling windows with unobstructed views... and 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets. — Gayot

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Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel

Bangkok 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Large and luxurious rooms are decorated in warm Thai colours and dark wood, and there’s an excellent concierge service. — Rough Guide

This being a Four Seasons hotel, you can rest assured that service is first-rate. — Lonely Planet

The Four Seasons, Bangkok (formerly The Regent) is a smart, well-appointed low-rise property. — Frommer's

Travelers who seek proximity to ancient ruins and the Chao Phraya River without sacrificing luxury will find comfort and style at the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok. — Gayot

The Four Seasons exudes restrained elegance. The rooms are adorned with hand-painted murals and guests can enjoy the spa and boutique plaza. — DK Eyewitness

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The Siam

Dusit 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Bangkok's newest boutique hotel, the Siam, opens this month with a distinctive blend of modern and traditional architecture and inspired design, courtesy of Bensley Design Studios — Wallpaper

A serene palace-on-the-river showcasing a museum-quality collection of Asian art and antiques. — Condé Nast Traveler

Art Deco good looks and Colonial charm combine at this riverside retreat in Bangkok's Dusit neighborhood — Jetsetter

The expansive Siam is the epitome of luxury in Bangkok, taking elegance to the extreme — oyster.com

Old Hollywood meets art deco at this family-owned property on the Chao Phraya River in the regal Dusit neighborhood. — Fodor's

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Shanghai Mansion Bangkok

Chinatown / Yaowarat 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Shanghai Mansion is easily the most consciously stylish place to stay in Chinatown, if not in all of Bangkok. — Lonely Planet

This newish hotel is a small but superb example of some of Bangkok's more character-filled boutique hotels that are springing up. — Frommer's

In a city where hotel rates are competitive and there are hundreds of options to choose from, this intimate, 76-room boutique hotel still manages to stand out. — oyster.com

It's little overstatement to say this boutique hotel is electrifying, and it's not just the acidic colour scheme: it has a real buzz to it. — Time Out

Once the home of a wealthy Chinese merchant, this charming hotel celebrates the colors and romance of Chinatown. — DK Eyewitness

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from $65

Banyan Tree Bangkok

Sathorn 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Banyan Tree’s stately accommodations with spectacular views of their own make the hotel a great pick for stays in Thailand’s capital. — Forbes Travel Guide

This all-suite hotel with stylish rooms and great service occupies a distinctive, wafer-thin tower with an enormous central atrium. — Time Out

Towering above Bangkok’s city center, the 327-room Banyan Tree takes sultry luxury and unabashed pampering to new heights. After checking in, take the elevator straight to the 61st floor,... — Jetsetter

After checking in on the ground floor, you soar up to your room at this 60-story hotel. The light-filled suites in the impossibly slender tower all have sweeping views of the city. — Fodor's

Located near the Silom business district, the Banyan Tree bills itself as an urban spa. — DK Eyewitness

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from $151

SO Sofitel Bangkok

Silom 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Nouveau French meets Thai at SO Sofitel Bangkok, which takes its design cues from the Chinese elements: Fire, Water, Earth, Metal, and Wood. The result is like being transported into a... — Afar Magazine

A 238-room hotel in the capital's business center, housed in a new 30-story glass tower next to Lumpini Park, one of the few green spaces in town. — Condé Nast Traveler

An architectural gem, this elegant hotel is designed around the five elements of water, earth, wood, metal, and fire. — Fodor's

Following on from the success of the Sofitel So in Mauritius, the second hotel from the group is a 30-storey property in the Thai capital of Bangkok — Wallpaper

The distinctive building offers stunning views from many rooms and all common areas, which include an outdoor rooftop pool, the acclaimed Park Society bar and restaurant — oyster.com

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from $141

Chakrabongse Villas

Banglamphu 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

They may be the best rooms in the city—the problem is there are only four, and the place is very popular, so you must book well in advance. — Fodor's

Built in 1908 as the residence of Prince Chulachakrabongse, these incredibly luxurious villas lie on the Chao Phraya River between Chinatown and the Royal Palace. — DK Eyewitness

The 19th-century mansion of Prince Chakrabongse opens three Thai-style villas to guests. Exquisitely furnished with teak, silk and modern amenities, they offer seclusion. — Time Out

In the luxuriant, riverside gardens of 100-year-old Chakrabongse House overlooking Wat Arun are four tranquil villas beautifully furnished in dark wood and silk, with polished teak floors. — Rough Guide

Rather optimistically touted as "Thailand's best-kept secret," this clutch of traditional wooden Thai houses is now on every website and in every guide, so be sure to call ahead to reserve a space. — Frommer's

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from $246

Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

Siam 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The palatial Siam Kempinski combines sheer elegance with the feel of an escapist resort in the middle of the city — Fodor's

Despite the throngs of shoppers who flood the adjoining mega mall and the frenetic neighborhood, the hotel manages to carve out a secret peaceful oasis. — Forbes Travel Guide

The Siam Kempinski is one of Bangkok's most opulent hotels. It's a five pearl property located smack in the city center, behind the Siam Paragon luxury mall. — oyster.com

This contemporary high-rise skillfully evokes an authentic sense of Thailand. — concierge.com

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from $197

Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok

Bangkok 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Excellently located right across the street from the largest mall in Bangkok ... the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok is a luxury hotel that has rooms with marble bathrooms and huge windows — oyster.com

Located on Rajdamri Road, the Grand Hyatt Erawan overlooks the city’s famous Erawan Shrine and is convenient to shopping at Siam Paragon and a BTS Skytrain station. — Travel + Leisure

Behind the brash façade, welcoming, business-like rooms offer spacious marble bathrooms, modern Thai art and sleek furnishings. — Time Out

Central Bangkok beauty with a spa, 10 bars and restaurants and easy access to world-class boutiques — Jetsetter

This stylish hotel hovers over the auspicious Erawan Shrine. — Fodor's

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from $172

Phranakorn-Nornlen Hotel

Banglamphu 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ideal for travelers seeking an artsy, off-the-beaten-track experience, this cute boutique guesthouse is in the old Phra Nakhon district — Fodor's

The 31-room Phranakorn Nornlen Hotel is a value hotel with an artsy boutique vibe and an emphasis on healthy living — oyster.com

Set in an expansive garden compound decorated like the Bangkok of yesteryear, this bright and cheery hotel is a hyper-atmospheric – if not necessarily great-value – place to stay. — Lonely Planet

What was once a seedy short-time motel has been transformed into a bohemian haven with genuine eco-conscious and socially engaged sensibilities and a tangible fair-trade philosophy. — Rough Guide

This hotel advocates the slow life. The food is vegetarian and purely organic and the place is small, but pays attention to details. — DK Eyewitness

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Sukhumvit 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Regarded as one of the finest business hotels in Asia, the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit is located in the heart of Bangkok’s business district. — DK Eyewitness

There is a certain formulaic quality to the Sheraton, but it is a high-end formula that's extremely comfortable and familiar. — Frommer's

The 420-room Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit is a luxury hotel set in the heart of Sukhumvit Road, near some of Bangkok's top dining, drinking, and nightlife venues — oyster.com

The Sheraton soars 33 floors above the noisy city streets, and the suites on the upper floors get tons of natural light. — Fodor's

Deluxe accommodation in large, stylishly understated rooms, all of which offer fine views of the cityscape. — Rough Guide

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from $148

Dusit Thani Bangkok

Silom 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At one point the tallest building in the country, this venerable luxury hotel is a testament to how much things have changed in Bangkok. — Lonely Planet

Dignitaries and royalty favour this triangular, spired institution, which soars above Lumphini Park and Patpong. — Time Out

Elegant, centrally placed top-class hotel, geared for both business and leisure, with very high standards of service. — Rough Guide

Everything from trendy dining to wild nightlife and public transportation are a five- to 10-minute walk from the hotel. There are nine excellent dining options plus an elegant spa and modern gym. — oyster.com

A flagship hotel of Thailand’s most respected hotel brand, the Dusit Thani offers elegant rooms with Thai decor ranging from superior to the luxurious Thai Heritage Suites. — DK Eyewitness

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from $147

Lamphu Tree House

Banglamphu 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel is located on a canal in the old city, and entered via a footbridge. All the rooms have balconies and are paneled in old teakwood. — DK Eyewitness

This small hotel presents some of the best value around the Khao San Road area, and its location is very convenient for visiting places like the Grand Palace and National Museum. — Frommer's

The three-pearl Lamphu Tree House sits on the Lamphu Canal away from the busy tourist areas on a pedestrian-only street in the historic district. — oyster.com

Despite the name, this attractive midranger has its feet firmly on land, and as such represents brilliant value... Highly recommended. — Lonely Planet

This attractively turned-out mid-range guest house offers smart, modish air-con rooms, all with balconies and plenty of polished teakwood fittings. — Rough Guide

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Arun Residence

Banglamphu 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stunning views of Wat Arun and charming, woodenfloored rooms that mix traditional and contemporary Thai styles. — Rough Guide

Although strategically located across from Wat Arun, this multilevel wooden house on the river boasts much more than just brilliant views. The. — Lonely Planet

This old corner shophouse has been sleekly converted but reflects the neighbourhood's retro charms. — Time Out

The four guest rooms combine Asian and European design styles to relaxed yet elegant effect. — Travel + Leisure

This boutique hotel built in Sino-Portuguese style is a converted residence with split-level rooms and a suite with a private balcony. — DK Eyewitness

Swissotel Nai Lert Park

Bangkok 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

All rooms of this canalside Swissôtel have balconies overlooking the unusually expansive grounds and pool, and the bathrooms are bright and airy. — Time Out

The best thing about this upscale hotel is the delightful garden, so be sure to ask for a room that looks out on the swaying palm trees surrounding the freeform swimming pool. — Fodor's

The luxury Swissotel Nai Lert Park has a tropical resort vibe in one of central Bangkok’s most posh enclaves, Ploenchit/Chidlom — oyster.com

This welcoming, low-rise hotel is distinguished byits lushly beautiful gardens, overlooked by many of the chic and spacious, balconied bedrooms. — Rough Guide

Sitting in the verdant Nai Lert Park, this hotel is a great little inner-city oasis... the coolly revamped Syn bar is the talk of the town, and provides an enjoyable ambience. — Frommer's

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from $96
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