Among Bangkok's historic palaces, temples, and museums in the royal Dusit District, the Siam sits on three peaceful acres on the banks of the Chao Praya River. The river-front property is a luxury urban retreat among the city with turn of the century oriental artwork and precious antiques.
Drawing inspiration from the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, the Siam uses neutrals of black, white, cream, and grey with natural textures of wood, leather, and stone for a peaceful retreat on the river among lush shrubs and green gardens. Thirty-nine individually decorated rooms and suites are spread throughout the property with views of the hotel grounds, the river, and the gardens. The Courtyard and River View Pool Villas also have private swimming pools and roof terraces, perfect for sunbathing or an evening cocktail. All of the rooms are bright, bathed in natural light, and designed in an Art Deco style.
For a more intimate stay, Connie’s Cottage, a historical Thai house is available. The unique, century-old house was brought down river by a boat from Ayutthaya by Connie Mangskau, a curio collector, and her friend Jim Thompson, the well-known silk merchant. The home has been completely refurbished and features a four-poster Thai king bed, spacious living room, and a private swimming pool. Set among landscaped gardens, Connie’s Cottage is a serene retreat among a busy city.
Dining at the Siam is relaxed and informal and innovative dishes utilize Thailand’s finest seasonal produce. Chon Thai is the Siam’s Thai restaurant where guests can also master the art of Thai cooking with a cooking class. International cuisine with a jazzy atmosphere is served in the Deco Bar & Bistro, while Café Cha is the hotel’s Patisserie where guests can enjoy morning coffee and afternoon tea.Request Information