"Sukhothai" means "dawn of happiness," and the Sukhothai period (1238–1376) was the golden age of Thai art and architecture. The Zen atmosphere at this...more
It could have been another soulless corporate addition to the commercial hotel market, but in spite of its size and block architecture, this contemporary...more
Stretched out along the banks of the Chao Phraya River with easy Skytrain access, the Shangri-La ranks among the world's top luxury hotels. The decor is mostly...more
The Thai capital is awash in hotels of all shapes and sizes, but tucked into a cul-de-sac off Sukhumvit Road, this town house turned B&B will satisfy...more
Another of Bangkok's riverside bastions of luxury, this Peninsula stares down its rivals—the Shangri-La and the Oriental—across the Chao Phraya from...more
A bit of Vermont in the shadow of the Grand Palace? Nantiya Tuliyanont, the friendly, globe-trotting owner of Bangkok's first true B&B, welcomes arriving guests...more
Not far from the Skytrain and subway, the Metropolitan, sister to the ultrahip London hotel, strives to be the epitome of modernism, with its Mies van der...more
Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok, is one of the oldest deluxe hotels in Bangkok, serving the rich and famous (Princess Diana, Nicolas Cage, and Elizabeth Taylor have...more
Le Méridien's recent efforts to integrate culture into its urban hotels proved worthwhile at this tower in Bangkok's Silom neighborhood. One dramatic...more
The JW Marriott is by far the best value in Bangkok. Rates as low as $200 a night will buy you one of the 441 richly paneled guest rooms with high-tech toys...more
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