|Welcome to Peninsula Hotel Bangkok
The Peninsula Bangkok is one of the finest hotel properties in Bangkok. The hotel's riverside location inspired its waved-shape design, which capitalizes on the panoramic views in every room and adds a distinctive architectural statement to the Bangkok skyline. Whether enjoying the full range of leisure and fitness facilities, or dining choices that range from elegant and chic to fun and fusion, guests at The Peninsula Bangkok are assured of legendary Thai service combined with Peninsula perfection.
The Peninsula Bangkok is home to one of the most diverse and distinctive collections of Asian contemporary art. In each of the 370 guest rooms and suites can be found work from some of Asia's most distinctive artists.
At Jesters, the much talked about Pacific Rim restaurant, Thai artist Natee Utarit's work dominates, while in the beautiful private dining rooms of the Chinese restaurant, Mei Jiang, the works of Phan Cam Tuong of Vietnam add a distinct flavor.
Overlooking The Lobby is a large work from Thai Niti Wattuya, while Nguyen Thanh Binh's distinctive painting hangs in The Bar.
Thai-based American potter Susan Brewer's ceramic murals bring aquatic charm to the Fitness Center, and Venetia Walkey's sculptures impart Thai grace and elegance.
A superbly designed book, Art on the River, featuring the art collection of The Peninsula Bangkok, is now available.
Grand Terrace Suite
The Peninsula Suite
The unique 37-story, W-shaped Peninsula Bangkok features 370 guest rooms, all with a river view, and a selection of suites, including 60 one-bedroom and five themed suites.
At an average of 46 sq m (over 500 sq ft), the guest rooms are among the largest in Bangkok.
Non-smoking rooms and rooms with facilities for the disabled are also available.
The Hotel's entry level accommodation and basic room type, located on the lower floors with limited views. From its silk-clad finishes and indulgent marble bathroom and teak foyer, comfort and luxury is provided in every corner.
Foyer area with walk-in closets and a luggage bench for convenient packing and unpacking
Dressing table with a mirror and a hair dryer
Valet box for shoe cleaning and newspaper delivery
Bedroom & Sitting Area
King-size bed or twin beds
Individual bedside reading lights
Electronic bedside control panel on each bedside table
Three telephones with two IDD lines, voice mail and a world time clock
Sofa sitting area
Oversized executive writing desk with a data port and high-speed internet access
Built-in fax machine with a personal fax number
Custom-designed armoire with a built-in radio, color television, CD player, and camcorder video playback facilities
Fully stocked minibar
Marble bathroom with two separate vanity counters, a built-in color television above the bathtub, and separate shower and toilet cubicles
Two-line, hands-free telephones located at the vanity counter and in the toilet cubicle, as well as a telephone keypad at the bathtub
Valet call / emergency assistance button
Illuminated of shaving and make-up mirror
Nestled among lush gardens, in a three-story Thai-colonial building that combines modern touches with traditional charm, the Peninsula Spa features 14 treatment rooms and four suites, two double and two VIP suites, all with ensuite jacuzzi. An added feature of the VIP suites are rain shower, floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony with sweeping views of the Chao Phraya river.
The hotel has partnered with world renowned spa consultants ESPA to offer the service, along with a line of exclusive ESPA products. These are mainly made up of natural ingredients, which go hand-in-hand with advanced technology to bring the best of eastern and western treatment philosophies together.
Guests can simply make a booking and leave everything else to the spa therapists, specially trained by ESPA, to recommend the most suitable treatment. The spa experience begins as soon as the guest steps into the entrance with its water feature, and into a world that transforms itself from modern to classic through a series of subtle changes in design and decor.
From the state-of-the-art treatment beds and relaxation beds with individual I-Pod access to the outdoor pools and stylish Asian Tea Lounge, every detail in the spa is designed to create the ultimate indulgence.
Voted the "Best Hotel in Bangkok" by readers of Travel + Leisure for the fourth consecutive year, The Peninsula Bangkok offers luxury accommodation with stunning views, award-winning dining and unsurpassed personalized service.
The Peninsula Bangkok is stunningly located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok's celebrated "River of Kings." Guests can reach the hotel either by car or by boat, and The Peninsula also operates a comfortable lounge at The Peninsula Pier on the opposite side of the river, for guests' maximum convenience. The hotel is also adjacent to the Saphan Taksin Station of the Bangkok Sky Train (BTS) and is 50 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport and 35 minutes from Don Muang Airport.
Transfers To and From the Hotel
The Peninsula Bangkok operates a fleet of Rolls-Royce Silver Spurs and Mercedes-Benz S-Class 280L, which are used for airport transfers. These chauffeur-driven vehicles are also available for hire on an hourly basis within the city or for longer journeys out of town.
The Peninsula Bangkok offers a helicopter service from the hotel's own helipad, either for airport transfers or for city tours or transportation. As part of this exclusive service, guests are able to arrive and depart in the comfort and privacy of the Paribatra Lounge on the 37th floor, which connects directly to the helipad.
As the hotel is located on the riverside, river shuttles are a fast and convenient means of transport. For guests' ultimate convenience, the hotel provides an exclusive lounge facility, The Peninsula Pier, which is located on the opposite river bank from the hotel and is just minutes away by the hotel's private river shuttle boats. The hotel's private river shuttle boats also make regular trips from the hotel pier to the Taksin Pier, also just minutes away, which is directly adjacent to the Saphan Taksin Station of the BTS Sky Train.