Hotels in Thailand
If you fused the grandeur of colonial india with the simplicity of an African game lodge, the results would look much like the Eugenia.
In this legendary 1876 hotel and modern tower, many of the 393 rooms now have floor-to-ceiling windows, with spectacular views of the busy Chao Phraya River. Book one of the split-level Premier Rooms, for traditional sophistication or Authors' Suites, for opulent Thai style.
The beachside complex holds 50 suites and a saltwater pool.
The rural hotel has air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant, and a swimming pool.
French colonial hotel with gardens, hand-painted silk ceilings, and the city’s largest lap pool.
Samui's top wellness retreat sits on nine gorgeously lush acres on the tranquil southern coast.
Given that its setting is near the King of Thailand’s summer palace, it’s only fitting that this destination spa—hidden within seven acres of banyan- and frangipani-filled gardens on the beach of Hua Hin—makes you feel like royalty.
Housed inside a former YMCA building, the Metropolitan Bangkok has a refreshingly hip aesthetic. The hotel’s public areas and guest rooms are dominated by clean lines, dark wood furnishings, and cream-colored accents.
Bringing a long-lacking dose of mod design and youthful exuberance to this ever-popular Thai resort island, W Hotels’ first “Retreat” property in Southeast Asia hews to the brand’s urbane aesthetic.
391-room hotel conveniently located in the central business district, near major embassies and the Bangkok Transit System.
Room to Book: The 570-square-foot Deluxe Corner rooms are practically all windows. Even the free-standing bathtubs have views out to the city.