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Our Review of The Siam:

Impressive 39-room hotel on three landscaped riverfront acres in the historic Dusit district near many of the city’s most famous attractions. Striking atrium in Main Residence, magnificent library, screening room and outstanding Chon Thai Restaurant, plus bar and cooking school. Spacious, individually designed accommodations feature living rooms with plush furnishings, and bedrooms with soaring ceilings and ebony floors. Showstopper marble-floored baths hold enormous terrazzo soaking tubs and huge stall showers. Pool Villas offer sun terraces and large plunge pools set in private interior courtyards surrounded by lush tropical greenery. Fine spa, gym, 70-foot infinity pool and speedboat shuttle to business and shopping districts.  


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Standard Inclusions

Daily full breakfast served at Deco Bar & Bistro; Butler service; Private boat shuttle to Sathorn Pier; Wi-Fi; Parking

The Siam Information

  • Bar
  • Butler
  • Children welcome
  • Fitness center
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Private pool
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Spa
3/2 Thanon Khao Vachirapayabal, Dusit Bangkok 10300 Thailand

To learn more visit their website or call (66) 2-206-6999. Contact our Travel Office to book this hotel as part of your next vacation.

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