The ultimate urban sanctuary, St. Regis Bangkok dangles above the colorful hum of Rajadamri Road, the commercial corridor where the Asian epicenter’s trade, culture, and cuisine collide. This icon of elegance offers pleasure, pampering, and scenic views of tranquil, verdant parks against the striking Bangkok skyline. Indulge in exclusivity in this contemporary haven known for its white glove service, exquisite cuisine, and meticulous attention to detail.
The St. Regis Bangkok accommodations will leave a lasting impression on any seasoned traveler. Each spacious room, including 51 exclusive suites, is appointed with plush furnishing, stylish rugs, warm Thai décor, polished hardwood floors, and sumptuous beds layered with 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets. Marble bathrooms with rainforest showers, Remede bath amenities, LCD televisions, and fully stocked refreshment centers make each room feel even more like home. Grand windows provide unobstructed views of the city skyline, the Royal Bangkok Sports Club’s golf course, and the greenery of Lumpini Park, home to picturesque lakes, paddleboats, and local Tai Chi lessons. Every stay is even further enhanced by the world-renowned St. Regis Butler service.
After swimming laps in the tropical plant-lined pool on the 15th floor, visit the well-equipped gym with its personal trainers or the Elemis spa, defined by its impeccable elegance, Thai-inspired luxury, and balance of tradition and innovation. Discover a world of seductive epicurean adventure all within the walls of the hotel. Zuma offers izakaya, the traditional Japanese style of informal eating, while JoJo provides authentic Italian cuisine. Other dining options include afternoon tea in The Drawing Room, vintage wines at Decanter wine bar, international fare at Viu, and light refreshments at the Pool Bar. Be sure to sample the Siam Mary, St. Regis Bangkok’s interpretation on the Bloody Mary, which originated at the hotel’s founding New York City location in 1934.
The St. Regis Bangkok is only a few steps away from elite businesses, superb restaurants, fine boutiques, and extraordinary cultural experiences. The Ratchaprasong shopping district offers upscale boutiques from Bulgari to Valentino, while the Jim Thompson’s Museum, Grand Palace, and the Central World Plaza provide unforgettable glimpses of the local culture. Some days, guests may even catch a Thai dance troupe perform at the nearby Erawan Shrine, which houses Phra Phrom, the Thai representation of the Hindu god Brahma.Request Information