In 1982, as Bangkok celebrated its bicentennial, the Four Seasons Bangkok Hotel was designed and built. The hotel is located at the heart of Bangkok and close to Queen Sirkit National Convention Centre and Lumphini Park. Nearby attractions are the Pratunam Market and Siam Square. The layout of the hotel was based on a typical Thai home and features two atriums or courtyards connected to its main area. Corridors and room entryways face a huge tropical garden that offers serenity and respite. Not only are the rooms beautifully decorated, the hotel is also conveniently located at the central of bangkok. If you like shopping, getting to major shopping malls from the hotel is just a matter of minutes.
The hotel has 20 floors and features 353 superbly decorated rooms including 34 suits and 8 unique gardens. These are luxurious environments that reflect the design philosophies of this urban resort. Thai silks, cotton and sumptuous chenille fabrics pay homage to its Thai heritage, accented by a colour scheme of powder red, gold and green. All the rooms are among the largest in the city and they are further graced by tasteful marble bathrooms and modern amenities to meet guests' every need.
Dining is also a major part of this grand hotel. Its Thai restaurant, The Spice Market, has been voted by locals as the 'most delicious Thai Restaurant in Bangkok'. Good food complements excellent design, with bottles of Thai spices lining the restaurant's teak shelves and gunny-sacks of rice and salt sitting on ledges around the room.
You may enjoy the hotel's 3 other dining outlets as well.
It serves home-style Italian dishes
It is a contemporary American steakhouse which is known for its prime cuts as well as fresh seafood.
It serves innovative Japanese cuisine.
All the 3 outlets are designed by award-winning Tony Chi and draw a regular crowd, both day and night.
Discerning shoppers can take their pick of premier stores at the Parichart Court Shopping Arcade. You will find the best Thai-silks, arts, crafts and gems as well as salons and tailors. For those who are tired after spending the day exploring the city, a good suggest will be to get a good massage to soothe the aching muscles. The hotel spa boasts treatments like Thai and oriental massages.
Whether you are on a business trip or merely visiting Bangkok with your family for leisure, the Four Seasons Bangkok Hotel is indeed a good choice for everyone.