Four Seasons Bangkok Hotel

, Bangkok, Thailand
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Four Seasons Bangkok Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 340

155 Rajadamri Road - Bangkok - 10330 - Thailand Hotel Website | (2) 250-1000
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Great stay at the Four Seasons

from Kate79
We stayed at the Four Seasons, Bangkok, for four nights in October 2006. We spent some time researching hotels on the web and were impressed by the Four Seasons website and by the "extras" provided to those staying with children. We stayed there with our two boys, ages four and seven, and found it to be, as the website claims, very child-friendly.

The service was outstanding throughout our stay. The concierge was very informative and made excellent suggestions about things to see and also what to avoid. He helped us to understand how to use the Skytrain system - there is a station very close to the hotel - and that made getting around Bangkok very easy. The doormen were fantastic and wowed our children with the simple magic tricks they performed for them.

The lobby of the hotel is beautiful and although the room had a very slightly "aged" look about it, it was still great. Our boys swam in the pool everyday. The pool is beautiful, although there is some construction going on around which can be noisy.

There was a good selection of restaurants. They were quite expensive and we ate some of our meals at cheap places nearby. There is a fantastic food court at the Siam Discovery Mall (one stop on the Skytrain) with local dishes made to order very cheaply.

All in all, we had a great stay and would definitely stay there again. We liked the area around the hotel and did not feel regret at not staying on the river.

We liked it!

from Cardiff2
We've just had a wonderful stay at the Four Seasons. The room was excellent and every single member of staff was efficient and charming. We also thought the food in the Spice Market restaurant was beautifully presented and very reasonable priced. The breakfast restaurant was extremely good.

It has a very well-equipped fitness suite and large outdoor swimming pool, which is quite large but was little used when we were there.

The hotel is conveniently located near to the Skyway station, and there are lots of shopping malls very near. In fact it is in a busy location - but this is Bangkok. Where isn't busy?

We have been to Four Seasons in the Caribbean and this didn't seem too different - but was much, much cheaper.

Yes, it's true they don't have tea or coffee making facilities. But this is a five star hotel - so perhaps they reckon that if you want a luxury stay then you don't want DIY!

It's a great base while you are in Bangkok. Go and enjoy.

My new favorite Bangkok hotel!

from Nomadgal
I go to Bangkok pretty frequently and have tried dozens of hotels, but this is my new favorite hotel in town! Location is perfect near a skytrain and walking distance to Siam Paragon. The superior rooms are the largest I've seen in Bangkok with flat screen tv's and lovely Thai decore. I probably had the best massage ever at the Mandara Spa (Swedish) where they actually got the muscle knots out of my back and didn't just rub me with oil as they often do. The jacuzzi and sauna smelled nice and were very peaceful and uncrowded. Spices Restaurant has absolutely great Thai food with high quality ingredients- my favorite was the green curry (and try the Lemongrass Iced Tea on a hot day!). The outdoor Aqua bar lounge is very hip in the evenings with good drinks and desserts. The breakfast room was a bit crowded as the hotel was fully booked when I was there, but great buffet with every juice imaginable (just ask!). The small bookstore onsite has a surprisingly good collection of books and magazines, and it's also convenient having a large Jim Thompson store at the hotel. The only down side is there is some construction going on next door so the pool area was a bit noisy, but hopefully they will finish whatever they are building soon.

First trip in Bangkok

from avfunner
It is overall a 5 star hotel standard. The staff are nice. The food of spice market is good.

However, Bangkok's air pollution is very serious.
Shopping is not great. The taxi driver and river cruise company (not provided by hotel) are very dishonest. I have to bargain for ten taxi before I can get one honestly use meter for taking me from palace back to hotel. They are overcharging me as least 8-10 times of normal rate.

I got a very unhappy trip in this place. : <

It is too old equipment.

from tingtang
I am Japanese,my English is poor.
But I would like to tell you how different with other Four Seasons.
I thought this Four Seasons Bangkok was not "Four Seasons Hotel".I made reservations for 2 nights.
Before I checked in I was so happy I could stay at "Four Seasons" with ceaper price than Four Seasons Tokyo at Chinzan-so.
But as soon as I got into the Moderate room,I felt here was like Moter Hotel room.I called to the Front to ask "Is this here really Four Seasosns Hotel?? It is so different with Tokyo Chinzan-so." So I agreed changing to a superior room with additional fee.They gave me a superior room without additional fee.Seperior room was better.But I wasn't still happy.
Hot water doesn't come soon from a tap even though water running.
I was thinking at midnight "Do I have to pay $205 ++Tax per night for here??"
I decided cancel for one night. They didn't ask me any cancel charge.
All I think is a good thing was all Employees were so nice!!

great food at spice market

from A TripAdvisor Member
Once you go to into the Lobby don't forgot to look up, the Fresco Painting is pretty. Bakery have nice bread and cake, happy hour from 7-9pm. I recommend the Spice Market, really nice Thai Cuisine and nice service. No pressure even you are the last table. Nice Jazz music at night, seating at the lobby, looking up the ceiling, waiter no pushing buying drink, it's all up to you. You can just sit there and enjoy. (But I did order because it really a good place to spend time there.) Lobby a bit looks like one of the top Hotel in Hong Kong, Peninsula Hotel. Taxi is cheap, small money can take you everywhere. BTS also convenience. No coffee and tea set in room is kind of bother but the breakfast is a really good thing, they can even special make customer Iced Coffee (with special Iced Coffee Ice Cube) for free, and it's a very nice coffee, strong evenought and still keep the coffee essence. It's not on the menu. You can even do the Kiwi drink. Half glass Kiwi juice with half orange juice, it's nice. Room well maintance. I stayed at 9 Floor, my friend stay at 8 Floors. Nice city view. We do have toothpasth in the bathroom and loction seat. It's my though about Four Seasons Hotel.

One of the Best Hotels in Bangkok!!!

from VirginiaMember
The Four Seasons hotel in Bangkok is truly one of the best. Here is why. The location is very convenient to plenty of shopping (many of the best shopping malls and little shops are within easy walking distance of the hotel) and quality restaurants (in my opinion more convenient than hotels next to the river). Moreover, if one wants to explore other parts of Bangkok, the sky train station is just steps away from the hotel. The rooms are very comfortable, with great amenities and the staff ready to answer any questions. The concierge desk is very helpful in providing choices for sightseeing or how to get to a particular location. Finally, the spa (although a little overpriced for Thailand) is well worth a visit. You will come back refreshed and rejuvinated. I truly enjoyed my stay at the Four Seasons and look forward to an opportunity to go back.

Best Service, Features in Bangkok

from unixacolyte
For any stay in Bangkok, I strongly recommend either the Four Seasons or the Conrad. If you must be near the water, the Shangri-La is quite nice but non-central. But whatever you do, unless intrusive the-elevator-guy-already-knows-your-name-and-floor kind of service is your thing, avoid paying for the over-rated Oriental. (Visit. Go to the Bamboo bar for Jazz, if you can get in. But don't stay there.)

The Four Seasons has the best service in Bangkok, hands-down. The restaurants are excellent and among the best in town, although not THE best. (Although the Sunday brunch is truly amazing...) The gym is huge and chic and well-equipped. The pool is lovely.

The standard rooms are elegant, and high-quality, but boring. If you love modern design, the Conrad will be more your thing. (I can't address the more expensive rooms.)

The lobby of the Four Seasons is a destination. Look up: the frescoe paintings on the ceiling are among the finest art in the country. Have a drink in the evening while the jazz singer is working the lobby. This is a gorgeous and elegant spot, without being pretentious.

Prices vary a lot: we've stayed on a weekend special for as little as $165. If you can get that kind of rate, it's a steal. However, you can admittedly get perfectly serviceable digs in Bangkok for much less... But, for a splurge, go for it.

Highly Overrated

from reli01
Four Seasons Hotel is not for those who would go there to to stay with high expectations. Rooms are just about normal but quite tired, if one is not allocated a room recently renovated. TV in room must have been from previous century, so old. No tea/coffee making facility in room. At the time of check-in front office staff swiped my credit card and when I reached my room called me to say that enough balance was not available. When I disagreed and asked him to double check he apologized and said wrong number was fed into the system. Very surprising! Not one of the place to be revisited.

Nice, but you can do better in Bangkok

from PDXviajero
I had a pleasant stay at the Four Seasons Bangkok. The public spaces are oppulent and the pool is one of the largest in Bangkok. The service is of Four Seasons standard. That is, it's excellent. The rooms, however, don't match up to the other top hotels in the city. They are spacious and nice, but not particulary well appointed. There is no coffee maker or tea pot. The laundry bags are plastic (something luxury hotels just don't do anymore), and the overall decor is a bit dull. We had a deluxe room on the 9th floor, and I liked the wood floor in the long hallway leading to the rooms. This hotel is a good choice because of the location, but you can get more for your money at the Peninsula or the Metropolitan.

Top Local Tips for Bangkok

BTS If you plan on hitting several malls in one day, (e.g. Emporium, Central World Plaza, Central at Chitlom, Gaysorn, Siam Square, MBK), a one-day pass would be a good buy. For 120 baht, you get unlimited trips. If your accommodations are near a BTS station, all the more better because you can easily go back home to drop off your shopping bags and head back with free arms. The BTS runs from 6 am - 12 mn so even for your dinner destination, this would be a transportation option.

Transfers to and from airport Use Tour East for you transfers, have to be the most efficient service we have encountered in relation to transfers. Very reasonable and extremely reliable.

transport from airport take a taxi. Go downstairs to taxi stand. Those taxis will use a meter which will cost you about 300 Baht plus about 80 Baht in tolls. Other taxis offering flat rates will be much higher. It's hard to imagine how taxis can even pay for their gas with the low price charged by the meter, but the law requires them to use the meters and only a few unscrupulous & enterprising taxi drivers will refuse to use it.


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  • Address: 155 Rajadamri Road - Bangkok - 10330 - Thailand
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