Towering above the river on the Thonburi bank, the Millennium Hilton Bangkok boasts both river and sweeping city views.
Located in the vicinity of Phra Athit Road in the old quarter of the city, Navalai River Resort offers guests the serenity of a riverside hotel positioned close to the leading cultural and historical sites.
The Ibis Bangkok Riverside is a budget property that comes with five-star riverside views. The 266 rooms feature a modern design and the hotel has a large swimming pool set in a garden area.
The Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside is located in a prime position on the Chao Phraya riverbank with a fantastic vista of the imposing waterway and the river and the city skyline.
The Montien Riverside Hotel is some way downstream but because of the curve of the river is still within quick and easy travelling distance of the city centre.
The Praya Palazzo hotel is accessible only via the river, guests will never feel cut off as they can summon the hotel’s barge from Pra Athit Pier or Rajaworavihara Pier and this vessel will convey them quickly and safely to the other bank of the Chao Phraya.
Close to the bohemian area of Pra Athit Road stands the Riva Surya. This 68-guestroom property has been tastefully designed with large French windows that open out onto a large courtyard.
The five-star 396-room Chatrium Riverside Hotel is a towering riverside landmark whose floor-to-ceiling windows provide superlative views of the busy river traffic.
The five-star Lebua at State Tower is just a short walk from Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain for easy access to the rest of the capital.
A relative newcomer to the riverside scene, The Siam is set in three acres of exotic riverside splendour. The 39-room luxury retreat includes pool villas, and its signature restaurant is Chon, which serves high-end Thai cuisine.