bensley ：In Siam in Bangkok, even the humblest will succumbed to the imperial delusion. First of all, the 39 – room hotel is located next to the prince’s palace and overlooks the meinan river, the city’s main waterway. Then there is decoration, which is the rule of one of Thailand’s most popular monarchs, king Rama v ( 1873 – 1910 ) – thinking about copper clocks, chesterfield banquet hall and silk tassel lamps, many of which come from the owner’s private collection. However, we really like Siam – because its huge hot springs and its habitat near aristocratic old Douste will become the city’s first city resort – how natural it feels to be noticed here ( as you think, when the national anthem is played at 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., there never seems to be a royal life more organic.
Step into your private urban sanctuary; a stunning, luxury hotel, replete with exquisite art & antiques and set amidst 3 acres of lush gardens on the Chao Phraya River, adjoining Bangkok’s must-see historical and cultural attractions.
“The Siam is a remarkable hotel, a luxuriously serene escape from mad, bad Bangkok…”