Indulgent and spectacular, this luxurious hotel will impress with its nine wondrous gastronomic options, including Vertigo and Moon Bar, an open-air rooftop grill and bar offering innovative dishes and cocktails paired with unparalleled city views. Exquisite rooms beckon with lavish bedding and contemporary Thai decor, while expansive suites boast deep-soaking tubs with city views. Stay fit at the health club, stroll to the lush Lumphini Park nearby, rejuvenate at the award-winning spa, and cool off with a dip in the serene pool.
Why we recommend the Banyan Tree Bangkok
- Luxurious rooms with contemporary Thai decor
- Suites with deep-soaking tubs and metropolis views
- Nine delectable and distinctive restaurants and bars
- Ultra-modern gym and outdoor pool on 21st floor
- Tranquil award-winning day spa
Attractions near the Banyan Tree Bangkok
Breathtaking food with a breathtaking view
Relish the warm Bangkok breeze between sips of cocktails at Vertigo and Moon Bar, an elegant rooftop open-air grill and bar. This stunning venue showcases surreal panoramic views over the metropolis, be treated to a scintillating sunset then twinkling stars.
The succulent meats and ultra-fresh seafood, served with precise attention to presentation, will entice true gourmands and casual diners alike. Begin with the spoiling appetiser plate – a spread of seared scallop, foie gras, tuna tartar, lobster spring roll and caesar salad, before enjoying the sumptuous rosemary oven-roasted lamb rack. Sip the signature cocktail, a Vertigo Sunset, to complete the perfect evening.
Luxurious dinner cruise
Redefine your idea of riverside dining with Apsara, an indulgent boat-deck restaurant. A languid sail over Chao Phraya River reveals the shimmering backdrop to your dining experience, complete with a soundtrack of gentle lapping water.
The menu merges traditional Thai cuisine with an experimental panache. Begin with Khong Waang Ruam Mit, an exotic amalgam of appetisers. Follow with one of the signature dishes – seafood aficionados are spoiled with the Tom Kha Kam Poo (crab claw, coconut broth, lemongrass and chilli) while the succulent massaman lamb awaits meat lovers. Traditional Thai desserts and a glass of crisp wine or bubbles round off the opulent experience.