The resort is dramatically set overlooking the majestic Chao Phraya River.
Walking Distance To
The resort is close to Bangkok’s largest night market and entertainment area, Asiatique.
Size and Style
More than 296 rooms and suites in Thai inspired design.
Yes – the Mercedes Benz E class transfer is charged at 2,500THB (about $A96) one way, while the Mercedes Benz van is charged at 3,500 THB (about A$135) each way. Alternatively transfers in a Toyota Camry and Toyota van are also available.
On Site Dining
Benihana: The renowned Japanese Teppanyaki steakhouse, Benihana lives up to all the entertainment and culinary excellence of its reputation.
Brio: Fresh handmade pasta, pizzas from the wood-fired oven, savoury Italian appetisers, all served in an inviting Tuscan villa setting.
Trader Vic’s: Trader Vic’s has been a Bangkok nightlife and dining institution for over 25 years, known for its succulent Polynesian cuisine, signature Trader Vic’s Mai Tai cocktails and live music. Trader Vic’s hosts an Aloha Sunday Brunch every week, and guests can eat in the scenic riverside garden.
Yes, a pool and a children’s pool.
Yes, a 24-hour gym and Muay Thai facilities.
Yes, and a wellness program. The Anantara Signature Massage (90 minutes) stimulates circulation, promotes deep relaxation and restores the flow of energy (or prana) along the meridian lines.
Eco and Community Initiatives
The resort features Bangkok’s first organic Hydroponic farm, which delivers fresh produce to the restaurants on a daily basis.
Resort activities are recommended, such as exploring cultural riches and local life along Bangkok’s Canal Maze with Anantara’s “Klong Guru”, or exploring the city with Anantara’s “Streetwise Guru”.