The rooms are all suites and a twin room comes with two queen beds so room for a family of four if you don't mind sharing. The pool, gym and poolside bar and restaurant are lovely and much enjoyed by all the family. Staff were exemplary. Overall a beautiful hotel not just for business travellers.
Traveller from london
In Silom Road, this hotel is in the epicenter of shopping and entertainment districts, and in 500 meters (0.3 miles) of …More
I have been traveling to Thailand over the past 20 years with my wife.
In Bangkok Shangri-la is by far our favorite destination.It gives you everything Bangkok has to offer in a relaxing,safe and friendly environment.
It is riverside location is magnificent, central to everything yet private and nice.
Clean and convenient hotel. Lovely and accommodating general manager, Mr Klaus.
Decent breakfast buffet and good free shuttle to night market and central pier.
No hesitation in recommending this hotel for a short stay.
Just be aware if you need Internet regularly as the connection is quite poor and a little frustrating.
Great boutique hotel near Khao San Road.
Rooms are nice, the bed is the comfiest I've slept in for a long time. We had a room that looks out onto the street but did not hear a thing with the doors shut.
The pool area is a nice tranquil area where can really unwind from the pace of Bangkok.
The food is amazing, everything we had was wonderful.
The staff, as in any half decent hotel in Thailand to be fair, are very attentive, friendly and wanting to please.
I wouldn't normally return to a hotel and would try somewhere different but I think I'll make an exception with Riva Surya.
- Fabulous hotel with beautiful views of the Chaopriya river.
Everything was 10/10-
- Costly restaurants but not unexpected prices for a five-star
- Hotel has free shuttle to sky train station.
Water taxis glide against a glittering backdrop of temples and office towers on the modern, yet traditional Bangkok Riverside. Posh hotels offer nightclubs and rooftop dining, while floating restaurants on the Chao Phraya River look out on Wat Arun and the golden spires of The Grand Palace. Visit for Songkran in early-April when Thai New Year revelers flood the streets for a 3-day water fight.