Bangkok has attracted millions of visitors annually for decades, offering adventures and incredible experience of cultural tradition-meets-modernity. It’s got world-class food, stunning historical landmarks, and some of the best hospitality around the globe.
Four Seasons Hotel
300/1 Charoen Krung Road, Bankok, Sathorn 10120, Thailand
Phone: +66 (02) 032-0888 | Hotel Website
Make your way to Bangkok’s coveted riverside and discover the urban sanctuary in the city’s creative district. Surrounded by galleries, boutiques, restaurants and cafés, the Four Seasons Hotel – ranked #3 on The World’s 50 Best Hotels List 2023 – is a hub of energy and style. Take in sweeping river views from the outdoor lap and infinity pools, savor inventive cuisine in their collection of restaurants, find solace in one of the green courtyards or simply relax.
Deluxe Room: THB 8,500 (Approximately $230 USD)
Sleeping room rates are exclusive of tax and service fees which combined are 17.7%. The rate is inclusive of daily breakfast for up to 2 guests per room and premium in-room internet. Room rates will apply up to three days before and three days after the course, subject to availability.
Reservations can be made online by clicking here in order to receive the special room rate.
The deadline date to make reservations is May 9, 2024. After this date, the remaining hotel rooms will be released, but the hotel will continue to offer the quoted bedroom rate after the reservation deadline, subject to rate and space availability.
Reservations must be canceled at least 45 days prior to arrival to avoid a cancellation charge equal to one night’s room charge. Cancellation 11-44 days prior to arrival will have penalty of one-night charge. 10 days or less from arrival or a No-Show, penalty is equal to the full amount.
Check-in time is 3:00 p.m.; check-out time is 12:00 p.m.
The hotel is located within Chao Phraya Estate, an exclusive riverfront development at the heart of Bangkok’s newest shopping, dining and creative hotspot. This central location puts you within easy reach of the entire capital, with transportation options including boat service from their adjacent private pier.
The hotel is also only minutes from Sathorn Pier, the Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain station and the Sirat Expressway, and just a 40-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport.
Travel to Bangkok
Bangkok has two international airports, Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang International Airport (DMK). For more information about both the airports and their amenities, please click here.
Airport transportation to/from both International Airport is available through the Four Seasons Hotel. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve transportation directly. Prices are listed below.
- A Mercedes-Benz-S class at THB 3,745 net per way or THB 7,490 net for round trip (maximum 2 persons)
- A Mercedes-Benz Van at THB 4,280 net per van per way or THB 8,560 net for round trip (maximum 5 persons)
Getting around Bangkok by taxi is the most convenient and comfortable way to travel, as most taxis are new, spacious and easy to recognize with their bright orange, red and pink colors. Finding a taxi in Bangkok is very simple as there are many roaming around the streets very willing to stop and pick you up. However, if you prefer avoiding the hassle of getting a taxi in the very busy streets of Thailand, struggling to communicate with your driver (as the majority of Thai taxi drivers speak little English) or if you prefer traveling on a fixed price, you can book a private shuttle or taxi service in Bangkok, in advance.
In Thailand, the best alternative to Uber is to use leading ride-sharing companies, Grab and Bolt. Thailand has its own home-grown app, NaviGo.
Boats are a great way to get around the famous Riverside area of Bangkok with its many historical monuments, temples and architecture. They’re also great for exploring the khlongs (canals) for a glimpse of Bangkok from yesteryear. Several kinds of boats (express boats, river taxis and longtail boats) run up and down the Chao Phraya River, connecting with the local suburbs on the Thonburi side and along the river, while ferries can be used to cross the river at various points.
The Chao Phraya Tourist Boat is the original hop-on-hop-off boat and has been providing service along Chao Phraya River for over 10 years. It departs every 30 minutes from 11 piers and provides access to attractions like Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn), the Grand Palace, Wat Po and the Royal Barge Museum.
There are cities and then there is Bangkok. Temples like Wat Pho are thronged with devotees all day. Street food sizzles all evening. The nightlife—from Patpong night market to ritzy rooftop bars—is second to none. But the pleasures don’t end there. Mega malls and the massive Chatuchak Weekend Market all make Bangkok a shoppers’ (and souvenir-hunter’s) dream. Prepare yourself for history, food, culture, and 24/7 energy - there’s nowhere in the world quite like it.
From golden temples, captivating monasteries and vast open-air markets to meditation sessions, puppet shows and people-watching on the most famous backpacker strip in the world, the Thai capital can keep you entertained for months. Some of the most famous sights have entry fees, including the legendary Wat Pho and the Grand Palace, but there are countless other religious and historic sites that you can visit for free. With excellent public transport, even getting around won't eat up too many baht – exploring the Chao Phraya River on the public Chao Phraya Express Boat is one of the most pocket-friendly city tours on the planet. Whether you're here for the culture, the architecture or the big-city vibe, here are the best free things to do in the city
No matter if you’re looking for cheap local clothes, Asian brands, or luxury accessories, everything is just a quick Skytrain ride away.
Fermented tofu noodles from a cantankerous street vendor, roe-encrusted crab leg lollipops at a Michelin-starred temple of gastronomy, and more great bites to try now in Thailand’s capital city.
Visitors Guide - https://www.tourismthailand.org/Destinations/Provinces/bangkok/219
Lonely Planet Guide - https://www.lonelyplanet.com/thailand/bangkok
Trip Advisor - https://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g293916-Bangkok-Vacations.html
Bangkok Eater - https://www.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-bangkok-thailand
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