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Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok


You lay back on your long-tail boat, totally relaxed, as it winds its way down the Chao Phraya River towards your destination: Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok.

Your boat arrives at the hotel. With a warm smile, the porter leads you to your room. You are enchanted by what you see. The luxurious room has a Thai-inspired décor with high ceilings, chandeliers and spacious balconies offering memorable views of the Chao Phraya River. Silk and teak finishing add an elegant touch.

Your eyes close gently in the relaxing whim of the boat and you recall all the day’s wonderful activities. Shopping at shiny malls, charming boutiques and open-air markets. Visiting the Grand Palace and marveling at its magnificent architecture and intricate designs. Breathing in the aroma of street food as tuk tuks zoom around you. Watching saffron-robed monks bow low before giant Buddha's in serene temples.

It is time for dinner and you head back to the hotel’s Salathip Restaurant, where you settle into a traditional Thai teak pavilion. Graceful Thai dancers perform while you enjoy cuisine prepared with fragrant spices.

Now for something which you’ve been looking forward to all day. You check into the hotel’s multiple award-winning CHI, The Spa, at Shangri-La. You indulge in the Tsangpo Ritual, which includes the signature CHI Balance Massage to quiet the mind, balance the energy and invigorate the senses.

As you lay in the spa suite relishing the feeling of utter bliss, you feel truly grateful for all the pleasures you’ve experienced today. And it all began at the exquisite Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok.

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Room Information

Shangri-La Wing
Home to Deluxe Rooms and Premier Rooms. Style and elegance define the new Deluxe Rooms, which offer city and partial views of the Chao Phraya River. The room is designed with Thai-inspired décor with contemporary accents. Premier Rooms showcase contemporary décor that is enhanced by the rich beauty of Thai decorative motifs, colorful hand-crafted artwork and wooden furniture.

Krungthep Wing
The Krungthep Wing offers a world of quiet, restful luxury inside a private enclave of Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok. All rooms and suites have generous floorplans and a Thai-inspired decor with high ceilings, chandeliers and spacious private balconies. The rooms also come with memorable views of the Chao Phraya River.

Krungthep Wing is conveniently located within a minute's walk to the Skytrain system. This links you quickly and easily to Bangkok's prime shopping and business districts. The wing is also home to our award-winning spa, CHI, The Spa.

Horizon Club
Horizon Club Rooms come in an inviting, Thai-inspired décor. With exclusive Horizon Club privileges, these rooms are ideal for the traveler who requires added personalized attention and services.

Suites
Suites provide generous space and luxurious comfort. With exclusive Horizon Club privileges, the rooms offer city and partial views of the Chao Phraya River. Uniquely inviting combination of Thai and Western décor, with high ceilings and chandeliers. The spacious private balconies provide a superb panorama of the Chao Phraya River, the pool and gardens.

Presidential Suite
Presidential Suite offers exceptionally spacious and luxurious accommodations. With classic Thai furnishings, an expansive floorplan and attentive service, the rooms make for a premier stay in Bangkok.
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Things To Do

Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, located by the Chao Phraya River in the central business district of Bangkok between Silom and Sathon Roads, is minutes away from well-known attractions via various means of transportation. These attractions include shopping districts and famous sights that capture the feel of traditional and modern Bangkok.
 
Grand Palace: A visit to Bangkok would be incomplete without exploring the magnificent Grand Palace, the city’s most prominent landmark. The Grand Palace was built in 1782. For about 150 years it housed the residence of the Thai King, the government’s administrative seat and the Royal court.
 
Grand in every sense of the word, the Grand Palace amazes people due to its magnificent architecture and intricate designs. Apart from being the country’s most notable landmark, it also mirrors the creativity and craftsmanship of the Thai people. Shangri La Hotel, Bangkok, is situated close by to the Grand Palace, providing easy access to guests staying at the hotel.
 
River and Canal Tour: A variety of tours in long-tail or other boats can be arranged for visitors to travel on the river and canals. Visits usually include a stop at the impressive Temple of Dawn and the Royal Barge Museum. The tour then continues along the canal to see charming wooden homes built on stilts along the river.
 
Vimanmek: The largest golden teak building in the world, this formerly served as one of King Chulalongkorn's Palaces. The building is located in a lovely garden setting. Regular daily tours are offered of this impressive building which houses an interesting collection of royal memorabilia.
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Price Guide

$ = Up to $100
$$ = $100 to $199
$$$ = $200 to $349
$$$$ = $350 to $599
$$$$$ = $600 +


Price per person, per night.