The Siam: Bangkok’s Hide-A-Way Resort That Will Coddle You Effortlessly



Along Bangkok’s River of Kings, where historical palaces, temples, and museums lay dormant, lies an urban crystal—The Siam.

Situated on a three-acre river facade, the luxury hotel is an ideal resting place for travelers looking for the comfort and extravagance of the Thai culture.

Krissada Sukosol Clapp developed the hotel in partnership with internationally acclaimed architect and designer Bill Bensley. Boasting its spacious hotel suites, private pool villas, and rooftop terraces, The Siam is probably the fanciest resort in Bangkok.

Exterior Main Residence Night

The Siam Shuttle Boat

The Siam Pier

They offer a boat ride all throughout Bangkok in their private pier. Their calming spa is also a notable feature. They also have a riverfront bar that is a good place to sit before dusk.

The Siam offers a wide range of options of facilities and activities that are designed to cater to different preferences. To have more insight about this majestic beauty, click on the links below and see for yourself:



The Overall Ambiance

The lavish designs and art deco accent of the interior takes you back to the reign of King Rama V who ruled circa 1853–1910.

Bensley states, “My studio team has designed some 150-plus hotels and resorts worldwide, and we have received many accolades. But I am most excited about The Siam, as I know it is going to turn heads on the competitive hospitality market of tomorrow.”

Pool Villa Riverview

Siam Suite

Promos and Packages

The Siam offers seasonal packages and promos for expectant  travelers looking for special deals.

The Opium Spa by Sodashi

Their spa claims to use natural methods and elements for optimum relaxation experience. This tranquilizing moment of bliss will undeniably loosen not only your body but also your mind and spirit. They offer Thai herbal steam massage, choice of 60-minute body massage, and pure radiance facial.



The Sunset Cruise

Ride Aboard the Golden Naga

Originally used to transport rice from the countryside to the major cities of Thailand via the Chao Phraya River, the Naga barges are now elegantly revamped to present luxury and comfort. You can enjoy the sunset view or the nighttime scene of the Wat Arun, Chinatown, The Grand Palace, and the Bangkok skyline onboard these refurbished barges. Indulge in the stunning view of the riverside and prepare to be amazed.


The Best Sunday Brunch in Thailand

Spoil Yourself

Infinity Pool

Go ahead and give yourself a treat. Pamper your weary soul with spa treatments and luscious food. These are the two most calming things in the world, and all can be experienced at The Siam.



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