"Welcome to Banyan Tree Bangkok, in a city that will fire your imagination."
In the sprawling metropolis that is Bangkok, Banyan Tree offers a sanctuary for the senses with unparalleled panoramic cityscapes, elegantly decorated guest rooms, renowned service and the Banyan Tree Club lounge, along with integrated spa facilities.
The capital of the Land of Smiles is an eclectic mix of exotic cuisine, stunning temples, river life and of course, its renowned shopping. Banyan Tree Bangkok awaits you with the legendary hospitality of Thailand, and Banyan Tree service and touches it is known for.
Be amazed when you step into any of Banyan Tree Bangkok's 327 rooms and suites. A perfect combination of contemporary and Thai aesthetic, each room is well appointed with sophisticated design flourishes, natural wood, and warm silk fabrics. The floor to ceiling windows ensure that natural light floods the space, as well as capitalising on the fantastic panoramic city views, for which the hotel is famous.
On an outdoor deck, 21 floors above the streets of Bangkok, is a cosy oasis offering a cool respite from the heat. The outdoor swimming pool is fringed by green plants, and a Juice Bar for handy refreshments. In a spacious and inspiring setting, stay in the peak of health via a variety of exercise and fitness options. Banyan Tree Bangkok offer yoga, aerobic, Pilates, stretching and step lessons, while also providing adjoining steam and sauna rooms for both men and women.
- Outdoor pool
- Health Club
- Cooking class
With a varied offering of world cuisines, 61-storey Banyan Tree Bangkok is the place to wine and dine to your heart’s content. Going beyond the average encounter, the hotel’s culinary team has not rested on its laurels after creating Bangkok’s first and most famous rooftop experience, Vertigo and Moon Bar. From excellent Dim Sum lunches at Bai Yun, contemporary Thai at Signature Restaurant Saffron and international culinary delights in Romsai, to the serenity of authentic Japanese with Sushi bar, Yakitori and Teppanyaki stations at Taihei, or a mesmerizing dining cruise on Apsara, we hope you will entrust your palates to us for a truly uplifting dining journey.
Bangkok has a tropical monsoon climate and the highest average temperature of any city in the world. Temperatures in Bangkok regularly peak above 30°C throughout the year. The period between November and February is the driest period in Bangkok; September is the wettest month on average. The humidity levels also remain high during this period. The climate in Bangkok is at its hottest from March to August. If you visit between May and October expect short spells of rainy weather, with frequent afternoon showers, monsoons and spells of thunder at times.
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"From gleaming temples to traditional floating markets, there are plenty of fascinating attractions to visit in bold Bangkok."
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- Saturday - closed
- Sunday - closed
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