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Siam Kempinski

Siam Kempinski, Bangkok, Thailand

The Siam Kempinski is in the heart of bustling Bangkok with easy access to sky train stations and within walking distance of the exclusive Siam Paragon shopping mall. The property has a resort feel, a unique concept for such a centrally located property. All rooms face inwards and overlook the pool and gardens, because of this feature external Bangkok noise is minimal allowing you to relax on your private balcony and appreciate the calming breeze.

Dining options include three restaurants, the Thai restaurant Sra Bua being a notable highlight with a Michelin starred chef at the helm. There are two bar areas to relax and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea or aperitif. A large saltwater pool surrounded by grassy and shaded areas provides welcome relief from the Bangkok climate and a number of rooms also offer direct access to the pool. All rooms offer complimentary beverages from the refillable mini bar. Other facilities include a luxury spa, fitness centre, complimentary tuk-tuk service to assist with getting you around the city, and the Kempinski Kid's Club which welcomes children aged from three to twelve.

Our rating: Deluxe

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