Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River | Thailand

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Lavish interior design stamps its mark, and the thoughtful, airy architecture ensures this urban hotel has more than a touch of a resort feel about it. Lofty ceilings and superbly curated art add to the sense of style and elegance and the wide-open spaces give the eyes and the senses a chance to rest and take everything in. The rooms and suites are restful spaces with luxurious fabrics, sumptuous bathrooms and in some instances, afford truly magnificent views of Bangkok’s life blood, the Chao Phraya. Exquisite dining comes in the form of Yu Ting Yuan, a Michelin star Cantonese, a fabulous French brasserie and a smorgasbord breakfast buffet that takes guests across every continent. With most of Bangkok’s main attractions a swift 15-minute-long tail river boat ride away, the Four Seasons is a perfect spot to immerse yourself in everything that the city has to offer, but then return to its tranquil embrace and cool off with a swim in the clear waters of the river-edge infinity pool.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 299 rooms



299 rooms and suites display a refined, elegant feel with cool greys and cream tones featuring in the beautiful silk furnishings and drapes. Lofty ceilings and vast floor-to-ceiling picture windows add the feeling of light and space while luxurious marble bathrooms feature rain showers and soaking bathtubs. Although the hotel takes centre stage on the river, it should be noted that not all rooms have water views; some look out over peaceful courtyards of the hotel or over the glittering lights of the city. The Deluxe River and Premier River View rooms do however have impressive vistas, whilst most of the spacious suites also have the Chao Phraya River as their backdrop.



Dining at the Four Seasons is an exceptional experience. Home to Michelin-starred Yu Ting Yuan, a legendary Cantonese eatery with sublime dishes being prepared in the exciting show kitchen. Brasserie Palmier is a vibrant French bistro featuring an oyster bar, with superb fish, and seafood dishes against a backdrop of tropical foliage whilst Riva Del Fiume takes diners to the delights of modern Italy. The BKK Social Club is a stylish institution with bespoke cocktails and craft spirits. Pool goers can enjoy leisurely poolside dining and those in search of a sweet treat should look to Café Madeleine known for its coffee and artisan pastries.



Guests at the Four Seasons have a range of delightful leisure facilities at their disposal. With sweeping views of the Chao Phraya, the rivers-edge infinity pool is the perfect place to cool off or escape the bustle and hubbub that Bangkok is famed for, there’s also a lap pool for serious swimmers. Culture vultures and art lovers will love the vast array of art displayed throughout the hotel and the dedicated Art Space, which displays works by exciting new Thai artists. Those keen to soak up the sights can rest easy as the hotel is just 15 minutes by long-tailed boat from many of Bangkok’s main attractions.



The divine spa combines age old techniques with modern day technology and offers an exceptional array of treatments including bamboo stick massages, wraps and scrubs and a full menu of facial treatments. In addition, guests can indulge in further pampering with a soak in the heated vitality pool, or ease-tired muscles in the steam room. Further wellness offerings include meditation, aerial yoga, aqua exercise, and group fitness classes, plus visits from expert practitioners and mindful living sessions delivered by spiritual masters. As you would expect from a hotel of this calibre, there is also an ultramodern fitness studio.



The Four Seasons Bangkok is committed to ensuring that their younger guests feel as welcome and at home as their parents do and the knowledgeable concierge is always on hand to assist with dinner recommendations, babysitting arrangement or suggest family-friendly activities. If you’re travelling with children, you’ll find children’s bathrobes, complimentary toiletries, and a range of useful items to make your accommodation childproof. The hotel also boasts a dedicated children’s pool and over the weekends, offers a complimentary children’s programme. There are child friendly menus and family rooms complete with fun tepees for little guests.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Don Mueang International Airport


Approximately a 25 minute drive from the airport


Bangkok is hot all year, and the best time to visit is late November to mid-January, it's still humid, but comfortable. Temperatures rise from March (when the Northern Haze also occurs) until the rainy season starts in late May, and from then until October there are a few showers most days, especially in the afternoon, so an umberalla would be useful.