Anantara Siam Bangkok has opened its doors just months after it was first announced the property would cease to be the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok.
The property, located on Rajadamri Road in the heart of Bangkok, was originially built in 1978 as a Peninsula hotel prior to being sold to Regent Hotels in 1982. The Four Seasons assumed management of the property after its acquisition of Regent Hotels in 1992 and the hotel was subsequently rebranded as Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok in 2003 until now (see here).
Two-bedroom Explorer suite
All 354 rooms and suites at Anantara Siam Bangkok feature a blend of traditional Thai and contemporary style, consisting of authentic Thai artefacts, teak furnishings and silk fabrics.
There are four room types – each offering 42sqm of space, along with a marble bathroom with deep tub and separate shower. Some also offer a private entrance graced with white columns and Thai statues, as well as a dining patio amid landscaped gardens overlooking a pool and an exotic lotus pond.
Meanwhile, the six suite categories range from 72 to 344sqm in size, and offer unique indulgences such as a dressing room, massage suite, whirlpool, an office library and private dining spaces. Suite guests are also afforded entry into the Kasara Lounge where they can enjoy privileges such as express check-in and check-out, all day snacks and refreshments, and use of a private meeting room.
Anantara Siam Bangkok lobby
There are an impressive ten dining options available, with choices ranging from the much raved about Sunday Brunch, to speciality Japanese, Thai and Italian restaurants serving authentic flavours. As usual, the lobby lounge is the go-to location for refreshments and leisurely wines.
Recreational facilities include an outdoor pool; a 24-hour health club consisting of a gym, squash court, yoga, aerobics and spinning studio; and the brand’s signature Anantara Spa.
Finally, for event purposes, there is a grand ballroom that is capable of accommodating up to 1,000 guests, along with several stylish boardrooms and meeting rooms.
For more information, visit anantara.com