Amazing location, luxury hotel. The staff was very nice and helpful, and I would especially like to notice the hotels concierge- amazing!!!
The hotel has its unique style, making anyone feel luxurious.
We used the hotel's suite, which was big, comfortable, and very satisfying.
Really recommend this hotel to anyone arrive Bangkok!
A lovely hotel, staff were very friendly and helpful. Excellent facilities including well maintained swimming pool. The breakfast was spectacular. Hotel restaurants tended to be on the expensive side but lots of choices of good restaurants around the hotel.
The hotel is an architectural and design gem. It is one of the most tastefully decorated and designed hotel in the world. Stunning. The rooms are great. The staff is wonderful. They could do a better job with the almost nonexistent pool service though...
Traveller from Geneva, Switzerland
Set in a prime position on the River of KingsOne of the slickest arrivals on the Bangkok scene, The Siam features the most …More
Overall, the staff here at this hotel goes above and beyond to not only meet expectations of customers, but easily exceed them. We asked for some ice, we get a bucket full in 5 minutes. We asked for the bathroom to be re-cleaned, it gets done by the time we got back from dinner. We needed new towels and water, they were there in just a minutes time. What more can you ask for? As for the hotel, it's location is spot on! We have the night market in walking distance, the Asiatique mall being a 5 minute drive away. The fruit market is close (if you know where to go and whom to ask) with plenty to experience and see. We love the massage parlor called family massage down the street as well. Happy and love our experience!!
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.