The Jetsetter rate includes daily breakfast and a 20 percent discount on spa treatments and food (excluding alcohol)
Rooms and suites are huge and well designed
The second floor pool has a spacious sunbathing deck
Rebalancing treatments in the Senses Spa
Skyline views from the rooftop bar
What To Know
The hotel is a free shuttle ride or short walk from Sky Train and metro stations
If you’re taking taxis, be sure to carry a business card with the hotel’s address written in Thai
Traditional Thai massages can be painful (but so worth it!)
The hotel can arrange daily activities
WiFi is free
Parking on site
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Urban sanctuary in Bangkok's bustling Sathorn neighborhood with a secluded pool and a rooftop bar
Despite its central location in the heart of Bangkok’s financial and shopping districts, the Anantara Bangkok Sathorn provides a tranquil respite, thanks to a sexy, urban style, faultless service, a relaxing pool and a pampering spa. When this contemporary design hotel in twin 37-story skyscrapers opened, it received rave reviews for its here-to-please staff — and that’s saying something in a country known as “the land of smiles.”
Bed and Bath
The 425 spacious guestrooms and suites are housed in twin towers and come in several sizes: Premier Rooms, One-Bedroom Suites and Two-Bedroom Suites. Suites look like trendy apartments, with separate dining areas and big living spaces kitted out with comfy couches and coffee tables. A dining area and computer workspace complete the clever layout. The decor is a soothing mod style in beige, white and tea. Suites are a good choice for families or for long stays, with two separate bedrooms and a streamlined, city-chic design. All room types have spacious bathrooms with oversize tubs and rain showers.
Joining the two skyscrapers is an alfresco swimming pool, complete with a sun lounger–dotted deck that is always full of sunbathers. The exemplary staff will deliver Evian spray bottles and ice towels to your lounger, and you can also dine on pizza from the Italian restaurant, Crust, or on Thai curries and international dishes from 100˚ East. On this level there is also a 24-hour fitness center with free weights and cross-training machines.
In the Area
Sometimes referred as “Bangkok’s Wall Street,” the fast-growing financial district of Sathorn is lined with skyscrapers and luxury apartment buildings and is well worth a wander. Designed by concept firm AvroKo, just on Sathorn Square, Ku De Ta has multiple dining rooms and two clubs to party in. First-time visitors shouldn’t miss a cocktail at Sirocco at the top of the LeBua State Tower. Drinks are pricey, but worth it for the spectacular city views.