Grand Swiss Hotel
What We Love
- Daily buffet breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
- Top location close to Soi 11 and within walking distance of several malls
- Sweeping views from the 180° Lounge (for guests in Executive Rooms and Grand Executive Rooms only)
- Handy international power outlets in the rooms
What To Know
- The Nana Skytrain station is a two-minute walk from the hotel
- The seventh floor pool is small and closes at 8 p.m.
- There is no spa on the property
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Within walking distance of Bangkok’s malls and megaclubs, and a two-minute stroll to the nearest Skytrain station, the Grand Swiss puts all that’s sought-after in the Thai capital at your fingertips. The interiors draw inspiration from northern Thailand, with artwork and sculptures inspired by colorful legends. Most of the action takes place on the seventh floor, which is home to a pool surrounded by tropical palms and deck chairs and a laid-back eatery that serves Western and Thai dishes.
Bed & Bath
Inspired by classic Siamese home design, the guestrooms are decorated in warm earth tones, with patterned carpets, silk cushions and metal gongs. Floor-to-ceiling windows draped in mocha-colored silk block out the tropical sun, while crushed-velvet sofas and chairs up the comfort factor. All bathrooms have walk-in rain showers and comfy cotton yukata robes. Executive Rooms and Grand Executive Rooms feature separate seating areas and include free access to the 18th-floor 180° Lounge for all-day drinks and snacks.
On the seventh floor, the pool is open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. It’s better for a dip than a swim (it’s only three feet deep), but the handsome terrace catches a cool breeze and offers city views, and the efficient staff delivers drinks and snacks from the main restaurant. The adjacent fitness center is compact but fully equipped. Guests in Executive Rooms and Grand Executive Rooms can enjoy stunning views over the high-rises of Sukhumvit Road from the top-floor 180° Lounge, alongside free cocktails.
In the Area
Surrounded by restaurants, bars and clubs, including some of the city’s best Indian restaurants, the Grand Swiss Hotel is in the heart of Nana, one of Bangkok’s liveliest neighborhoods. The Skytrain, the city’s elevated public transportation system, is a two-minute walk from the hotel and connects to the shopping centers of Siam Square, the weekend Chatujak market and the colorful Asiatique shopping and dining complex along the Chao Phraya River. Don’t leave without visiting Bangkok’s most revered historic treasures, including the Grand Palace, the Temple of the Dawn (Wat Arun) and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Po).