Banyan Tree Hotel, Bangkok
Bangkok is a busy city that is teeming with life and culture, but there is one place that stands out as a pillar of luxury and has stunning views of one of the most interesting cities in the world, and that is the Banyan Tree, Bangkok. Climbing 61-stories high it’s a dominating figure in the skyline and has 327 rooms. There is a stunning blend of Thai and contemporary design that stands out as being at the height of luxury.
Unrivalled cuisine at the Vertigo rooftop restaurant and the Moon Bar, where you can watch the skars above when it’s late at night. There are six hotel restaurants to choose from, which have live Thai music and exquisite cocktails. The warm and intimate feeling of the hotel spreads from the lobby to the restaurants to the rooms, and is superbly inviting.
There is an on-site spa, step and yoga classes, cooking classes as well as saunas and steam rooms, as well as an outdoor swimming pool. It’s the ideal place for a relaxing time for couples and families alike.
The 327 rooms and stunning suites of the Banyan Tree, Bangkok, are amazing and beautiful at the same time. You will see the natural wood that’s used, warm silk fabrics and sophisticated design flourishes. Floor to ceiling windows let in the all-important light into your rooms and give you panoramic views of the city.
Deluxe Room – There are 141 of these rooms that span 48sqm and has an en-suite bathroom and living room as well as a fully-equipped work station. You will note the incense burner as well as the satellite TV channels as well as the daily newspaper that is available.
Premier Room – Classically finished with Thai accents and carefully furnished with elegant décor the Premier Rooms are perfect for the business traveller and the holidaymaker. Views of the city to the north or the Chao Phraya River are equally as good as each other.
Banyan Tree Club Room – Club rooms are ergonomically designed for the business traveller as well as the traveller. With stunning bathrooms and the best views as well as a large hot tub and delicate décor this is certainly a room for a regular traveller.
One Bedroom Suites – For the travellers that like to have separate living spaces to their bedroom the suites are ideal. With a kitchenette, espresso machine and double hob as well as lavish décor and luxury furniture you will rarely find anything to surpass the suites at the Banyan Tree, Bangkok. A rain shower and huge bathtub with view are the perfect finishing touch.
Two Bedroom Suite – Large, expansive rooms let you feel at home and in full relaxation. You can enjoy the super-fast internet as well as twin vanity areas and rain showers. The en-suite bathroom and rain shower as well as work station and living area make it perfect for longer holidays or extended stays.
Spa Suite – Enjoy a spa treatment room and a luxuriously decorated bed, bath and living room. Get 90 minute spa sessions to unwind and choose from a host of toiletries to pamper yourself with.
Presidential Suite – Measuring 204sqm this Banyan Tree, Bangkok Presidential Suite gives you electronic curtains, bubbling jet pool and spa treatment room. You can enjoy the double-storey glass dome with stunning views of the city as well as a spiral staircase and Banyan Tree Club benefits. There’s everything you could want here from the complimentary minibar, WIFI usage, work station with fax machine, photocopier and scanner as well as sumptuous linens and furniture.
Restaurants and Bars
Vertigo and Moon Bar – The world-famous rooftop bar and restaurant are a must-do thing when you’re staying at the Banyan Tree, Bangkok. You can dine on the finest contemporary Thai cuisine or Japanese sushi, teppanyaki or takitori food. On clear nights you can look at the stars above without hindrance for that true feeling of being outdoors.
Romsai – Overlooking the ground-floor waterfall garden, ornamental pond and rock garden you can enjoy the delights of the a la carte menu and buffet.
Bai Yan – If you’re partial to Chinese food then this is where you should dine. It has the best Cantonese cuisine around and has a wide array of Chinese teas too.
Pier 59 – The seafood restaurant cooks up the best fish dishes around. It has stunning wines and a Japanese twist on European dishes for a truly unique dining experience.
Tahei – Another Japanese restaurant that is high-up in the hotel on the 53-54th floors. Enjoy stunning views of the city and teppenyaki and sushi.
Saffron – Panoramic views of Bangkok are the main focus of Saffron, which has beautiful Thai cuisine and some fantastic views of the bustling city below.
Latitude Lounge and Bar – An open-air cocktail bar that also has snacks, sake and spirits.
Lobby Lounge – Fine wines, single malts and scotches make the lounge the perfect place for a nightcap.
Goodies – A European-style deli, bakery and café are a delight. Take away or eat in and sample some of the ice creams, deli products and salads here.
Juice Bar – Sat by the poolside you might want to refresh yourself in the sun with a freshly squeezed orange and mango juice or an unusual cocktail of flavours to energise and invigorate your body.
The Banyan Tree, Bangkok has air conditioning, bars, gym, mini bar, room service, WiFi, cable TV and many restaurants.