The Siam Hotel: Unprecedented Urban LuxuryWords by John Roark
Photos courtesy of The Siam Hotel
One of the hospitality industry’s most anticipated openings of the last year was The Siam Hotel. Set among some of Thailand’s most exquisite palaces and temples in Bangkok’s historic Dusit District, The Art Deco-inspired Siam generated considerable buzz from publications including The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler and Travel & Leisure months before opening in 2012.
The Siam has exceeded even the most lavish expectations and has become Thailand’s luxury boutique destination of choice.
The Siam features 39 individually designed suites and villas (each with its own dedicated butler service), appointed with original turn-of-the-century artwork and antiques. You’ll experience expansive, understated luxury which extends to the smallest detail; sumptuous decor, lush interior and exterior gardens and private balconies are all awash in brilliant, natural light.
The Siam’s intimately private Opium Spa features five double treatment rooms for couples to indulge in an array of natural, Thai-inspired massages and therapies. Opium Spa also includes Bangkok’s first professionally equipped Muay Thai gym (Muay is a traditional Thai sport similar to boxing) and a sumptuous Hammam-inspired bath house with dry and steam saunas, steam showers and Jacuzzis.
At The Siam, wherever your eye lands you will see a level of luxury which is found in only a handful of destinations in the World. The experience is unforgettable; the setting unmatched for romantic travelers who appreciate the best.
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