Luxury Hotels in Bangkok

Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park – Bangkok

Rating: 8.7

For leisure or business, you won’t want to miss the only Marriott Marquis luxury hotel in the Asia-Pacific. Whatever the event, this hotel is the perfect venue. Found in downtown Bangkok, so close to the Phrom Phong BTS station, you will be bedazzled by all the vibrant and entertainment that surrounds you.

If you have kids, don’t worry about them. There are swimming pools, a kid’s club, a fitness center, a spa. It’s all about indulgence which means there are 7 restaurants and bars. When you see this hotel, that conference or wedding you were dreaming about is taken care of right here. There are 5000 square meters to accommodate you.

There are 1388 beautiful rooms, fully decked – you won’t have to really ask for anything. If you have work to do in your room, you will discover there is a 24-hour in-room dining menu. But if you have come for fun, there is more than enough to satisfy.

Try the Chatuchak Weekend Market, the Bangkok Dream World Theme Park, or plan a visit to Muang Boran, amongst many other wonders. As long as you visit the Bangkok Marriott, you will know all about Thai hospitality – just book online and get here!


Hilton Sukhumvit – Bangkok

Rating: 8.7

This luxury hotel is perfectly situated for your convenience; shopping, nightlife, clubs, restaurants – there is stuff to bedazzle you from this venue from morning until night. It’s got perfect access to the myriads of landmarks and attractions such as the Emporium Shopping Complex, Thailand Creative & Design Center, and heaps of others.

All 280 rooms are decked out with the latest mod cons to keep you comfortable and pampered. By all means, just relax, but don’t forget we cater to everyone. There is a fitness center, rooftop pool, and more. Or take a relaxing stroll through the tranquility of Benjasiri Park very close by.

Easily accessibility is yours to the Phrom Pong BTS Sky train Station nearby. But if you need luxurious space for an event, this hotel is the one for you. Important meetings will make you proud at the magnificent Executive Room or Suite with complimentary breakfast, evening cocktails, and 2 hours of meeting room access.

Otherwise enjoy traditional Italian or Mediterranean dishes in the elegant Scalini Restaurant. Try the Mondo Restaurant too. If you just want a casual ambiance you will adore sipping cocktails at the Lapse Pool Bar. Location, Location – This is the Hotel for the Nations.


Conrad – Bangkok

Rating: 8.7

Even though Conrad Bangkok is a large luxury hotel, people still love to visit it. Why? Because its staff is so devoted to providing personalized service. What is also loved by visitors is that the hotel is linked to a very upmarket shopping complex, All Seasons Place, in which are two top restaurants of the city. And if you want to get to the station, well the shuttle will whisk you away.

You will be blown away by the majestic views from your stylish rooms, all decorated with a fabulous exotic Thai touch. Luxurious bedding, high-speed internet, personalized room service, etc. are all on tap. As for culinary delights, enjoy the best of Japanese, Chinese, and international cuisine.

Conrad Bangkok is here to indulge you all the time – pick from invigorating spa treatments, massages and treatments to rejuvenate mind, body, and soul. The hotel offers pools for the kids, tennis, fitness classes, and more.

What’s to visit? Plenty! Try the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew, the Floating Market at Klong Damnoen Saduak, dinner cruises, and plenty more. We will certainly get to you because here, you feel more like a local than a tourist – that’s how much we make you feel at home!


Bangkok life is vibrant day and night, so you’ll never find yourself bored in your luxury hotel here. This bustling metropolis has a buzz like no other city, and although the temples and night markets are part of the city’s charm, there are so many different incredible experiences that await you. Here are seven things that will make your Bangkok trip extra special. 1.  Get around the vast city in a Lamborghini. It’s no secret that traffic in Bangkok is horrendous. While you may not be able to make the traffic jams vanish, you don’t have to sit and suffer in a taxi. Instead, you can enjoy the comfort of a luxury sports car like a Lamborghini or a Porsche. Contact one of the many other luxury car rental companies that rent sports cars to tourists for a day or a week. 2.  Take a private Thai cooking class. If you love Thai food as much as I do, you may be interested in recreating these tasty dishes back home. There are many excellent Thai cooking classes on offer throughout Bangkok, and many offer private lessons too. I particularly recommend the renowned Thai cookery school, Mandarin Oriental. They offer private 2-hour classes every afternoon and teach you how to create fine Thai cuisine as you would find in the top restaurants. 3.  See the sights with a private helicopter tour. A great way to escape the busy streets is to charter a private helicopter to tour the city from above. Even if you’ve already checked out the landmarks on street level, you’ll be amazed at how different the city looks from a bird’s eye perspective. What’s more, if your luxury hotel in Bangkok has a helipad on the rooftop, you could even get them to drop you back to your accommodation after! 4.  Enjoy a fine-dining river cruise. Another must-do gastronomic experience in Bangkok is the Michelin River Cruise. This is not your standard tourist boat trip, but a luxurious yacht-style cruise down the Chao Phraya river with a Michellin chef preparing you an exquisite onboard dinner. The cruise departs at 6 pm and includes pre-dinner canapes, a delicious 5-course Thai set menu and free-flowing cocktails and wine. You can opt for either the comfortable indoor or outdoor dining area to feast on these delights as you watch the sun setting over the high rises. 5.  Go shopping in Gaysorn Village. There are many shopping malls in Bangkok, but most tend to lean towards the low-end high street stores. However, Gaysorn Village in Lumphini is an upmarket shopping complex that has only designer labels. Plus, what makes this 5-level shopping mall extra special is that along with global brands, you’ll find some of Thailand’s very best designers. Look out for Disaya, Fly Now, and Senada Theory, to name a few. 6.  Have a drink or two at the world famous Sky Bar. Sky Bar at Lebua is one of the most well-known and highest rooftop bars worldwide. What’s more, Lebua State Tower is a fantastic place to spend a whole evening. First, enjoy a 5-star dinner at the 2 Michelin star Mezzaluna on the 65th floor or the alfresco Sirocco on the 63rd floor. Then watch the flickering cityscape while sipping on the best cocktails in town at the multi award-winning Sky Bar. 7.  Take a day trip to Ayutthaya When the hustle and bustle of Bangkok gets too much, head to the ancient city of Ayutthaya, a 90 minutes drive north of Bangkok. Ayutthaya city was founded in 1350 but then destroyed by the Burmese in 1767. Today, the area is a UNESCO World Heritage site full of thought-provoking ruins. Furthermore, Ayutthaya is surrounded by nature and has a tranquil atmosphere, giving a much-needed breath of fresh air. Bangkok really does offer so many things to see and do which is why is a perennial favourite with Aussie travellers. After a long day’s sighseeing and taking in the incredible sights and sounds of this bustling city, head back to your luxury Bangkok hotel to enjoy the facilities and then rest up for what lies ahead tomorrow.