Best Views from Hotels on Bangkok's Sathorn Road

While neighboring Silom tends to get a bit more press, Sathorn Road is home to some of Bangkok's most dazzling hotels. There's a lot of cutting edge elegance here, with urban chic architecture on display at the cool Sofitel So and down the road at the W Bangkok, or at the new U Sathorn. The Sukhothai and Banyan Tree are here on Sathorn as well, both with longstanding excellent track records in elegance, and the Banyan Tree is home to the sky high Moon Bar, which has possibly the best views in the city up on the 68th floor. Further tucked away, the Metropolitan is one of Bangkok's premiere lodgings, and has the added benefit of being home to Nahm, Chef David Thompson's restaurant that has been listed as one of the top 50 in the world! If one is staying in town for awhile, Sathorn is also a good choice for setting up shop, as there are several executive residences here like the Marriott's Sathorn Vista, where one can have serviced apartments complete with kitchens and all the amenities of home with 5 star hotel facilities and service as well. Whatever you choose, this handy list can help you chart your course along Sathorn Road.

The Chatrium Residence gives an excellent retreat from the chaos and din of central Bangkok. Central to the sleek residence is its large free form swimming pool that is set surrounded by tropical greenery. Rooms and suites here come with views...  Read More

The U Sathorn is the latest 5 star player to grace Sathorn Road. The hotel is a bit different than most of the other fancy digs that you will find around here in that it is a low rise property with only 86 rooms set in French colonial style...  Read More

The Aetas has a longstanding reputation as one of Bangkok's classiest establishments, with several other properties nearby, and the Aetas Lumpini continues the trend. The deluxe rooms here feature high ceilings, plenty of space, and excellent...  Read More

The Eastin Grand offers extremely convenient 5 star splendor along Sathorn as it is one of the only hotels in Bangkok to have access into it directly from the BTS Skytrain. The hotel is huge, and the 390 luxury rooms have stunning views of the...  Read More

Taking its cue from the royal former Thai capital of Sukhothai, this hotel of the same name outdoes itself with pampering and pleasing design and service. Everything from the architecture to the replicated pagodas or statues found throughout the...  Read More

The Metropolitan is a sleek and sophisticated luxury hotel that is also home to the award winning Nahm Restaurant, listed in the prestigious World's 50 Best Restaurants guide. The 171 rooms at the Met are an aesthetic blend of East and West,...  Read More

The Anantara Bangkok Sathorn is a pretty swank spot. 310 rooms and suites featuring panoramic city views on the upper floors, plus some superb facilities, make this one of the better places to call home for some nights on Sathorn. The hotel has...  Read More

The newest of Bangkok's finest lodgings, the W is all about fashion. Traditional Thai is combined with cutting edge art and architecture to create a very trendy and chic establishment that features a stylish cocktail bar just next to the lobby...  Read More

Banyan Tree Bangkok
Photo courtesy of courtesy of Banyan Tree Hotel and Resorts

You will feel very high for most of your stay in the Banyan Tree, as everything in this luxury property is set way way off the ground. Elevators whisk you up from the reception to rooms up to 60 floors above the ground, and the Moon Bar and...  Read More

The Sofitel So Bangkok is an elegant urban oasis that sets out to combine every aspect of the Bangkok experience. Designed by an elite group of Thai architects and interior designers, overseen by French haute couturier mogul Christian Lacroix,...  Read More


Meet Dave Stamboulis

Dave Stamboulis is a travel writer/photographer based in Bangkok. Born in Athens, Greece and growing up in Berkeley, California, Dave first discovered Bangkok while on a 40,000-kilometer bicycle...  More About Dave

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