What makes Banyan Tree the most stylish hotel in Bangkok

This is one of my personal favorites when it comes to staying in the mighty city of Bangkok. Enjoying life in Bangkok isnt all about living close to all the vibration. The Banyan Tree, located in the upmarket Sathorn area, is not terribly close to public transport but offers a free hourly tuk-tuk shuttle service to the Lumpini and Sala Daeng train stations.

Guests who would like to see the city’s historical sites may have to take a rather long taxi ride. Dont worry, all main city sites are less than an hour away. It takes about the same time to get to either airport.

A gorgeous looking lady dressed in bright silk plays a khim, a Thai dulcimer, in the lobby. The basement restaurant is adjacent to a mini jungle-scape, decorated with waterfalls. This might sound a little wild to some people, but it works most of the times.

Amazing Thai design elements, long silent corridors, deep carpets and floor-to-ceiling windows offer attractive comfort. Moreover, the rooftop bars and restaurants add stunning excitement.

In terms of guest service, the Banyan Tree switched on 24/7. In simpler words, its just flawless. Theres this cute little pool on the 21st floor. Right across the hallway is a well-equipped gym and a large spa offer all the amenities couples and business travelers might want when at the Banyan tree.
There are saunas (gender segregated) by the pool and the gym also gives complimentary Muay Thai, Pilates, stretching, Piyo and yoga sessions to guests. Other services include Bar, Fitness center, Laundry, Parking, Restaurant, Room service and Wi-Fi.

Let us now talk about the main thing, the rooms. The standard rooms at the Banyan Tree, are mostly all mini suites, which should be good news for all of you. A cute living area with couch and desk takes you to a decent-sized bedroom which comes along with a bathroom.

The furnishings, marble tables, dark wood and carpet might seem a little old to some people, but they still look amazing. The bathrooms are not the biggest, but they do get the job done.

Foodies will never lose hope at the Banyan Tree which has no less than seven eateries. The Romsai in the lower entryway offers throughout the day worldwide feasting with breakfast, lunch and supper buffets.

On the 52nd floor, the brilliant Saffron serves superb contemporary Thai food joined by incredible wines. Adjacent, the Saffron Sky Garden Bar merits a visit for its extraordinary perspectives and mixed drinks, many named after districts in Thailand, with provincial fixings to coordinate.

Tahei, a Japanese diner, has sushi and teppanyaki on the menu; Bai Yun has practical experience in present day Cantonese dishes. For those with a dread of statures yet an inclination to appreciate the unbelievable airborne perspectives, the best spot for a pre-supper mixed drink is the 60th-floor.

Vertigo Too, a parlor bar with unrecorded music, curved roofs and loungers fronting huge windows. Another floor up, the astounding outdoors Vertigo eatery is a bewildering knowledge with 360-degree sees and a worldwide menu.

The Moon Bar, over the Vertigo, is the hotel’s strict feature and a standout among-st the best places around the local area to get a tropical nightfall. The Banyan Tree runs its own supper travels on the Chao Praya.

In terms of Value for money, I would give this hotel an 8/10. Double rooms start from 6,800 baht and range all the way to 7,500 baht during high season. Keep in mind that breakfast is not included.

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