The Siam

Location: Bangkok & Central Thailand | Thailand

Price guide: $$$$$ $200-$350 per person per night

Bangkok’s answer to a chic boutique hotel, The Siam seamlessly fuses aspects of authentic Thai culture with modern decor and luxurious standards. Evoking the air of a plush rural hideaway rather than an urban hotel, it’s the perfect oasis of calm away from the colourful chaos of Thailand’s capital.

Perfect forThose looking for first-rate luxury in a more intimate and personal setting.
In the knowOpt for the authentic experience with a stay in Connie’s Cottage, a century-old teak house brought downriver from the old capital of Ayutthaya by the well-known antique collector Connie Mangskau.

Recommended for...

  • Boutique Hotel
  • City Hotel
  • Food & Wine
  • Hideaway

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The Siam is in Bangkok’s historic Dusit district, on the Chao Phraya river, near many of the city’s cultural draws, such as the Teak Palace and the Grand Palace.

Rooms at The Siam

The 39 particularly stylish and spacious suites and pool villas at the Siam are at once contemporary and distinctively Thai, combining elegant monochrome interiors with oriental artwork and antiques and each is unique unto itself. The pool villas open out onto their own private plunge pools and pleasant leafy courtyards.

Food & Drink

Feast on local food in a traditional teakwood setting at the restaurant’s Chon Thai restaurant, which once hosted the likes of Jackie Kennedy and Henry Ford – book a table by the window for uninterrupted views of the sun sinking into the city; if you’re keen to impress when you get home, learn the ropes of Thai cookery with a private class with the hotel chef. There’s also the Bathers Bar, a stylish spot for a cocktail after a dip in the hotel’s infinity pool, overlooking the River of Kings.


Work up a sweat Thailand-style with some Muay Thai boxing training in the hotel’s luxury gym which is the world’s first to have its own Muay Thai ring. You can train with the Siam's expert Muay Thai fighter and learn more about Thailand's national sport.

Alternatively, take it down a notch with a soothing session of Tai Chi to harmonise your ‘chi’ away from the hustle and bustle of Bangkok.

Activities at The Siam

 Visit the opulent Grand Palace and enjoy a sunset river cruise in a beautifully refurbished traditional rice barge. The hotel has its own private pier and there's no better way of getting out and about. 

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Hotel location

The Siam is approximately a 30-minute drive from Bangkok's airport.

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