Hotel Review: Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River
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Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is one of the best luxury hotels in Bangkok, Thailand. This hotel and Private Residences have taken their place as iconic landmarks on the longest waterfront promenade in Bangkok, covering 35-2-68 rai. 

Several clients who book through our luxury travel concierge have asked me for reviews of Four Seasons Bangkok, as the availability of lengthy reviews outlining this city resort are sparse or non-existent online so far. So in this review, I have combined the detail that the Four Seasons press team has provided me with comments and reviews from our clients who have already and are currently staying here to give everyone a full picture of this fabulous city.

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Location

Bangkok’s main sights are a 15-minute boat trip away from Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River, with the international airport being a 40-minute drive away.

The all-new Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River is located along 200 meters (650 feet) of open riverfront in the heart of Bangkok’s Creative District. The hotel is an enclave of tiered buildings connected at ground level by a series of indoor and outdoor spaces, quiet courtyards, and lively restaurants.

Style & Character

Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River has wonderful art-filled spaces, sophisticated lounges, and plenty of lush tropical greenery accompanied by the gentle sounds of water features and inviting open-air terraces.

This is the fourth location in the Four Seasons Thailand Collection, which includes the coconut palm-fringed beachfront of Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui in the south; Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai set amid working rice paddies just outside the northern capital; and Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, an elephant camp set in the jungle along the Mekong River.

Service & Facilities

The Urban Wellness Centre at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok is spread across more than 2,500 square meters (26,900 square feet) of dedicated space, with an emphasis on Mind (spirituality), Body (spa), and Work (fitness). The central feature is the Palm Courtyard, an oasis of wellbeing in the heart of one of the world’s busiest cities. The lavish spa suite has its own private bath and indoor garden, and there are eight additional treatment rooms.

Additional services are provided at the in-house hair salon, barbershop, and nail salon. The fitness offering encompasses a naturally lit state-of-the-art gym, a dedicated mind, and body studio with regular open and private classes, and a glorious 30 meter (98 foot) lap pool pictured above.

Rooms

299 modern rooms and suites have a warm, residential character with Thai touches, balancing contemporary aesthetics with high-tech function and signature Four Seasons comfort. Each accommodation boasts high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows with river or garden views, and spa-like bathrooms.

The Terrace Suites offers the ultimate spacious luxury with landscaped and furnished terraces large enough to host a private dinner party. The 450 square meters (4,800 square foot) Presidential Suite may be Bangkok’s finest address, with two-story windows framing 10th-floor views of the Chao Phraya River, a large open living area with its own bar as well as a catering kitchen, up to three bedrooms and an oversized terrace with private plunge pool.

Dining

The Hotel has numerous original dining and drinking concepts, with a star-studded team of chefs, mixologists, and sommeliers. Outlets include Yu Ting Yuan (御庭院) presenting authentic Cantonese cuisine; Riva del Fiume Ristorante serving locally and seasonally-inspired Italian dishes; Brasserie Palmier for enjoying brasserie classics; BKK Social Club offering a menu of bespoke cocktails; The Lounge for impromptu get-togethers and afternoon tea; and Cafe Madeleine, a neighborhood pastry shop and café.

Conclusion

Whether it’s the breathtaking river views, rich design details, the perfect cocktail, or striking art, Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok is a magnificent hotel to stay in.

Note: Benefits offered correct at the time of writing but may be amended at discretion of the vendor. Posts may be sponsored by the proprietor or brand being appraised. All opinions remain our own & are in no way influenced.

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