Information pertaining to our club members in light of the COVID-19 pandemic - Special conditions apply at the The Siam Hotel
Kindly note that the Welcome Building will be closed due to refurbishment works from September 9th to early November. In the meantime, guests will be welcomed directly at the Main Residence. The Siam draws inspiration from Paris’ Musée d’Orsay. Saying that it’s an absolute head turner is an understatement. The hotel’s muted colour scheme of black and white is juxtaposed with bold wood, leather and stone textures for amazing effect. But what gives the hotel its signature touch is the vast collection of antiques from Krissada Sukosol Clapp’s private collection, which you’ll find in every room. The hotel also has sprawling gardens and verdant shrubs throughout, adding a sense of cosseted luxury to its spaces with something remarkable to discover around every corner: curvilinear Thai geometries, foliage, detailed tiling and breathtaking Buddha statues, some dating as far back as the 16th century. But walk through the Siam and you’ll discover that its design is not all that’s unique.It has substance too. There is a media room where a vintage film projector takes pride of place, a riverside infinity pool, four restaurants and a grandiose spa while elsewhere, the hotel’s gym, with its Muay Thai training centre, is a destination in its own right and a place often visited by members of Thailand’s royal family. For a Bangkok escape that’s truly one of a kind, this funky yet upscale hotel is the place to be.