Situated central to Bangkok’s premier shopping and entertainment district and within easy reach of the bts skytrain at The Siam Interchange Station (In Front of Siam Oaragon Shopping Centre), Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is Widely acknowledged as one of the most preferred hotels for those looking for comfort and convenience
Even though its location is in the centre of the bustling shopping area of Bangkok, Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok has however managed to deliver a relaxing atmosphere with the development of this resort-style city hotel. Here direct access is provided to Siam Paragon through the sky bridge located on Floor 2 of the Royal Wing.
This hotel features 401 contemporary rooms and lavish suites ranging form family suites and rooms to cabanas with direct pool access from a private terrace and The Presidential Suite. All rooms are designed with elegant and stylish contemporary décor using Thai elements through artwork, decorative items, silk curtaining and Thai evocative
panels. To ensure guests are as comfortable as possible, the Thai style décor is accompanied with up to date modern comforts in every room and suite. All are equipped with high-tech entertainment systems, sumptuous marble bathrooms, free Wi-Fi Internet and free daily-replenishment of soft drinks and local beers.
The interesting thing about this hotel is that the ground where the hotel stands today used to be part of the Lotus Pond Palace (Sra Pathum Palace) that was commissioned by King Mongkut or King Rama IV as a retreat palace outside the then city. The lotus Pond Palace was made famous to Westerners through the film “The King and I”.
On entering the lobby I was greatly impressed by the architecture and elegant design that blended perfectly with an extensive collection of Thai art.
There are several dining choices at Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, enough to satisfy a full range of personal tastes. Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin is a must visit while staying in this hotel. The team at Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin successfully takes Thai Food to a whole new level. The restaurant was conceptualised by renowned Chef Henrik Yde-Andersen, whose Kiin Kiin restaurant in Copenhagen is one of only two Thai restaurants in the world that have been awarded a Michelin Star. The superb presentation here is combined with authentic flavour and texture and offers an exquisite Thai food experience. Other restaurants and bars available in the hotel include Niche, Brasserie Europa, Hanuman Bar, and Rotunda.
The hotel also provides Function Rooms, Kempinski The Spa and a Kids Club.
It’s no secret that Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok stands as one of the premier hotels for luxury accommodation while providing both leisure and business travellers with a haven of tranquillity and comfort.
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok
991/9 Rama I Road Pathumwan
Tel +66 2 162 9000