Hotels in Thailand

All six rooms of this tucked away Portuguese river house have stunning and uninterrupted views of Wat Arun, one of Bangkok’s most iconic temples.

The Zen atmosphere at this downtown Bangkok hotel is anything but cookie-cutter, and the six acres of lotus ponds and gardens seem more temple-like than standard hotel.

The Siam is a beautiful, amenity-rich hotel designed by Bill Bensley that is equal parts compound and oasis on the river. During your stay, watch a movie at the private cinema or explore the hotel’s antiques collection.

The Peninsula is still a perennially popular favorite, especially among business traveler set. Located on the Thonburi side the river, the spacious rooms have views of the river and city, and the hotel’s riverboat transports guests to nearby attractions and public transportation stops.

The St. Regis favors a more contemporary style as opposed to tradition Thai. While the Bangkok branch doesn’t have as much character as other St. Regis outposts, the hotel’s restaurants are excellent, the rooms are spacious and the location is convenient.

Centrally located near all the mega malls and the Skytrain, Hotel Muse is intimate with well-lit rooms and comfortable beds for a great price. Zip up to the roof for a great urban lap pool and sundeck, or have a tipple at their Prohibition-era rooftop bar, aptly named The Speakeasy.

All-suite skyscraper that’s also home to the popular 61st-floor Vertigo Grill & Moon Bar and a signature spa.

While “Destination weddings” are held all around the world, this resort on the Andaman Sea aims to provide a uniquely Phuket destination where couples can tie the knot against a tropical backdrop.

With 70 expansive two-, three- and four-bedroom bi-level villas outfitted with lustrous wood furnishings, the lushly landscaped property is a bit like bunking at a second home. Naturally, creature comforts include Wi-Fi, a ceramic cooktop, and a washer—but why waste your days doing laundry?