Location: Bangkok & Central Thailand | Thailand

Price guide: $$$$$ Less than $100 per person per night

Housed in a mid-20th-century villa, AriyasomVilla exudes the glamour of the 1940s and ‘50s while providing the utmost in modern luxury and comfort..
Perfect forHaving unrivalled access to the city’s famous klong canal system.
In the knowThe hotel offers meditation classes with a Buddhist monk.

Recommended for...

  • Chic Design
  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Food & Wine

Hotel Overview

sense of place

In the heart of the city yet surrounded by lush tropical gardens, AriyasomVilla offers the best that Bangkok has to offer, whether you’re after a shot of urban chaos or some quiet relaxation. The hotel backs onto a canal, offering great opportunities to experience Bangkok in classic style with a ferry ride to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks.

Rooms at Ariyasomvilla

The rooms and suites have an elegant, organic feel, with dark teak floors, one-of-a-kind antique furniture and silk drapes. The opulent bathrooms feature stained-glass windows and Moorish-inspired decor.

Food & drink

The hotel’s restaurant, Na Aroom, offers an award-winning vegetarian menu, with the occasional fresh fish and seafood dish, in a beautiful environment on the ground floor of the old villa. The food spans Thai and Western styles, with an emphasis on organic ingredients from sustainable producers.


The Som Sen Spa is the perfect place to unwind after a day enjoying the madness of Bangkok, with a wide-ranging spa menu offering a variety of traditional Thai treatments. Adjacent to the spa is a beautiful swimming pool, and there’s also a whirlpool tub, while the gym will help you keep on top of your fitness regime during your stay. As well as the beautiful tropical garden, there’s a large library to relax in.

Activities at Ariyasomvilla

The hotel is perfectly located for experiencing Bangkok’s famous klongs (canals), one of the biggest of which runs along the back of the hotel; a ride on the ferry into the Old City is a fantastic way to experience Bangkok in a more serene and traditional way. Landmarks nearby include the Jim Thompson House, which houses the art collection of the American architect, the beautiful Grand Palace, home to the royal family, and the stunning Wat Pho, home to the famous Reclining Buddha.

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Hotel location

AriyasomVilla is in the heart of downtown Bangkok, just off the city’s famous Sukhumvit Road.

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