Located within Bangkok’s Sathorn/Silom area, the 61-storey, all-suite Banyan Tree Bangkok is a calming escape amongst the city sprawl. Gaze across its skyline as you dine at Vertigo Grill and Moon Bar, take a dip in the chic rooftop pool, and unwind with a Tropical Rainmist experience at the Banyan Tree Spa.
Why stay here? Offering luxurious suites, outstanding dining options, an award-winning spa and a central location it is the address to stay at in Bangkok.
Nearest attractions Silom Complex Shopping Mall can be reached in 11-minutes on foot, Lumphini Park in 15-minutes, Thaniya Plaza in 16-minutes, Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute in 18-minutes and Patpong Night Market in 21-minutes.
Swimming pools The hotel boasts a rooftop pool on the 21st floor, surrounded by lush greenery. Bars and restaurants: Ten restaurants and bars can be found within the resort, including Bai Yun for Chinese cuisine, Romsai for Asian and international, all day dining, Taihei for Japanese grills, Saffron for contemporary Thai cuisine, Vertigo and Moon Bar for rooftop grills and cocktails and Latitude Lounge & Bar skybar. Riverboat dining cruises on Aspara are also available.
Other facilities The Banyan Tree Spa provides a range of traditional treatments. The hotel also offers a range of activities including cookery classes, a health club, a gallery, a 24-hour business centre, in-suite dining, shuttle services, valet parking and concierge service.
For families A kids club is held every weekend at Romsai restaurant, and a babysitting service is available.
Board basis options Breakfast, half board and full board.
What is included in the tour
- 4 nights in Banyan Tree Bangkok 5*
- Oasis Retreat Room
- Return Flights with Emirates Airlines via Dubai from London Gatwick
From its northern hill tribes and dense jungle to the perfect beaches down south and the buzz of Bangkok, there are no holidays quite like Thailand holidays.
• Thailand is home to the world’s ninth tallest statue, The Great Buddha of Thailand, proudly watching over the Wat Muang Monastery in Ang Thong province.
• Head to Chang Mai to escape the heat and the crowds as you trek through ancient rainforests.
• No trip to Thailand would be complete without sampling the world-class food. Hot, spicy, fresh and delicious, you’ll find hawkers selling it on every street corner.
• Not quite in their original spirit and somewhat over-run with tourists, there’s still no denying that the Full Moon parties on Ko Phangan are a sight to behold.
When to visit
You can visit Thailand all year round, but the best time to travel is during the cooler, dry season – between November and early April. Essentially, there are three main seasons: rainy (May–October), cool (November–February) and hot (March–May). The climate can vary in different parts of the country however, with the north much cooler, especially in the jungle regions, while the western and southern isles get much hotter.
What to pack
Thailand lies in the heart of southeast Asia’s tropical zone and the southern most border runs around seven degrees north of the equator, meaning it enjoys a warm, tropical climate all year round. Pack lightweight clothing and expect to cover up when visiting sacred temples or sites. If you’re visiting the north it might be wise to pack a lightweight jumper. May to October is rainy season so packing some waterproof items might be a wise decision.