Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is located in the heart of Bangkok’s premier shopping and entertainment district and within easy reach of the BTS Skytrain at the Siam Interchange Station. The hotel provides a direct access to Siam Paragon through the sky bridge located on Floor two of the Royal Wing.
Name of the Hotel
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok
The property has been built in an important part of the city. The ground where the hotel stands today used to be part of the Lotus Pond Palace (Sra Pathum Palace), commissioned by King Mongkut or King Rama IV (made famous to Westerners by the story “The King and I”) as a retreat palace outside the city. This was once the home of Prince Mahidol, grandfather of the present king, His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, and is now the royal residence of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, the King’s daughter and the crown princess of Thailand.
Walking Distance to
BTS Sky Train – Siam Station, Siam Paragon, Siam Center, Siam Discovery, Siam Square, Central World, Erawan Shrine, MKB, Groove at Central World
Size and Style
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is a resort-style city hotel. The hotel features 401 contemporary rooms and suites, including 21 rooms with direct pool access.
A total of approximately 4,000 art pieces including paintings, photographs, ceramic pieces, sculptures, installations and antiques have been carefully selected over four years of searching across Thailand, and have been integrated into the hotel’s overall design to add elegance to the refined atmosphere of this beautiful hotel. This unique art collection expresses the vitality, personality and culture of Thailand. An area which outstandingly displays both the richness of Thai art and the motif of the décor is the Lobby. Besides the 14-metre high pillars, guests are greeted by impressive brass lamp cones or wall sconces, formed like the decorative fingernails of northern traditional dancers of Thailand. A pattern is punched into the brass sheets that depicts a lotus bloom in splashing water. The light of the lamp shines through the pattern like shadow-play in the front while at the same time light from the pattern reflects on the limestone pillars behind. Two hundred and fifty of these wall sconces are strategically distributed throughout the property.
The majority of guests are a mix of Asian, Middle eastern and European guests, travelling for both leisure and corporate purposes
The Kempinski Kids Club welcomes in-house children aged from 3 to 12 to enjoy its daily activities at no cost from 9am to 6pm. The Kids Club offers a safe and stimulating environment with facilities specifically intended to entertain, amuse and occupy children under the supervision of professional childcare specialists.
Yes – transfers in a Mercedes-Benz S 300 BlueTec Hybrid are charged at THB 3,000 (about A$113) per trip.
You Need to Know
Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok is Bangkok’s only luxury hotel offering a resort-like experience in the city centre and the only hotel in Bangkok that offers direct pool access rooms.
Dogs and cats weighing less than 11 kilograms are welcomed, at a maximum of one pet per room and at a daily additional charge. Pets are not allowed in any of the hotel’s restaurants, the Spa or public areas including garden and pools. Guide dogs are an exception and do not incur any extra charges.
On-Site Dining and Drinking Facilities
Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin
The hotel’s signature restaurant is a modern Thai restaurant conceptualised by renowned Chef Henrik Yde Andersen,whose Kiin Kiin restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark has been awarded one Michelin star since 2008 and is one of the renowned Thai fine dining restaurants with this honour. The restaurant invites guests to enjoy an extraordinary culinary performance as chefs choreograph different tastes of basic Thai ingredients from the original recipes in daring combinations.
This all-day dining restaurant offers international cuisine and serves buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. The restaurant is popular for its Sunday Longest Champagne Brunch serving free-flow champagne until 5pm.
It is an informal dining venue where guests may choose their favourite ingredient and decide upon an Asian or non-Asian presentation. The drinks menu follows the same concept where the principal ingredients play the main role and guests can choose between an ‘Asian’ or ‘non- Asian’ beverage style to suit their preferences.
It is a sophisticated spot in town for a quick meeting, afternoon tea, or pre- and post-dinner drinks.
A resort-style pool bar nestled in the hotel’s expansive landscape with a view of the swimming pools. Rotunda Bar features all-day light meals, poolside snacks and refreshing beverages.
An elegant smoking lounge named in commemoration of Kempinski’s founding year. Guests will enjoy 1897’s tasteful decorations, mimicking the ambience of a gentleman’s club. Smokers can enjoy their favourite cigars, as smoking is allowed in both an indoor lounge and a cosy private terrace.
The Lady in Red is an iconic Kempinski brand ambassador and enduring feature of the company’s hotels worldwide. Present at every Kempinski destination across the world, the Lady in Red is instantly recognisable in her red attire and goes out of her way to understand each guest’s needs and to craft memorable experiences. The hotel also offers 10 banqueting and meeting rooms, and a 24-hour business centre.
Yes, complimentary parking is available for in-house guests and restaurant patrons.
Yes, one free-form salt-water swimming pool.
The 24-hour fitness centre offers the latest cardio equipment, each with individual cabled television, and strength conditioning equipment. Complimentary recreational group activities such as yoga, aerobic, and stretching are available. A private class or a personal trainer can be arranged with additional fees.
Yes – Kempinski The Spa is inspired by the European cycle of the seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. The signature Seasonal Massage can be personalised according to the individual’s seasonal element. Other highlighted treatments include the Thai Massage, the Thai Herbal Compress Massage, facial treatments and body scrubs. The therapists, each with over a decade of professional experience, are all committed to delivering the best pampering experience for each individual guest with gracious Thai hospitality. Foot massages as well as manicures, pedicures and waxing services are also available.
Bangkok – one of the most popular destinations in the world – attracts people with its beautiful culture, warm hospitality and the unrivalled prestige of Thai cuisine and spa traditions. Theerasak Kumwong, Chief of Concierge, recommends a walking tour around the hotel and Siam area, which is home to world-famous shopping complexes and cultural attractions. Shopaholics will be dazzled by the more than 200,000 square metres of retail and lifestyle space at Siam Paragon, Siam Center, MBK Shopping Mall, Central World and Siam Discovery. Culture connoisseurs can admire contemporary arts at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre or explore a local experience by visiting the Jim Thomson Thai House Museum and Baan Krua Muslim Thai Silk Village, the birthplace of Thai silk’s emergence to global renown. Lastly, he shares a hidden gem which allows a peek into the history of Thailand’s Chakri dynasty; the Queen Savang Vadhana Museum in Sra Pathum Palace. The museum is open to the public exclusively three months per year, during which the concierge team would be more than pleased to organise an entry for any interested guests.