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Bangkok Spa Hotels | Best Spa Hotels in Bangkok

A city of ornate temples and bustling streets, of glittering skyscrapers and a cosmopolitan allure, Bangkok weaves a mélange of elements into an enchanting experience. The Chao Phraya River makes its way through the city, giving definition to its historic and modern neighborhoods. There’s no one way to spend your Bangkok holiday. You could embark on a spiritual quest or a retail therapy mission. Or you could just be passing through en route to your next business destination. But no matter how you choose to experience the magical capital of Thailand, your schedule will always have room for an invigorating Thai massage. In the birthplace of healing practices that continue to inspire modern therapeutic sciences, indulge in some authentic Thai wellness rituals. You’ll find them at any of the numerous spas across the city, many of which are housed in its best luxury hotels. So before planning your next Thai holiday, refer to our list of the best spa hotels in Bangkok.

 


# 1

Mandarin Oriental Bangkok

It was in 1876 that seafarers arriving in Siam first chanced upon the Oriental, a restful haven built on the banks of the Chao Phraya. Fast forward to today, and the Mandarin Oriental still remains the yardstick by which luxury hotels in Thailand are measured. A heritage hotel in every sense, it still occupies its original building and continues to exude its traditional Thai charm. It has also carried forward its legacy of staying attuned to the times, and remains a classy yet cosmopolitan destination. Its river-facing rooms are imbued with quiet sophistication, and accented with luxurious fabrics and rich wooden furniture. You can dine in a different restaurant every day, relax over afternoon tea in the stately authors’ lounge, and spend your evenings with live music and drinks at the bar. But a visit to the Oriental Spa is what you need to make your entire Thailand holiday memorable. A boat ride gets you to the charming four-floor wooden house that is the hotel spa. Your wellness experience begins with a soothing cup of tea and a consultation with your therapist. Rejuvenating facials, massages and treatments follow, inspired by both traditional Thai and modern Western practices. Within the soothing, vintage interior of the Oriental Spa are 10 treatment rooms with private showers and steam rooms, and 5 luxury suites with their own vitality pools and complementary refreshments. A Moroccan Rasul is also part of the property. Treatments offered here range from Thai and Swedish massages, to body scrubs, wraps and age-repair facials, to enchanting signature journeys crafted using Ayurvedic products, aromatherapy, and bespoke massages.


 


# 2

The Siam

The Siam is set in Bangkok’s historic Dusit district, with the Chao Phraya flowing right outside, and lush greenery all around. From a sightseeing point of view, this is a near-perfect location, giving you easy access to the heritage buildings and street food outlets in the vicinity. There’s a river boat stop within walking distance of the hotel. The architecture of The Siam is a tribute to colonial elegance, art deco grandeur, and the soothing energies of the Orient. Its interiors feature rich expanses of marble and timber, greenery breathing life into its vast spaces. There’s an exclusive boutique vibe to this hotel. Be a guest at one of its 28 rooms, which feature high-ceilings, oversized beds, vintage-style fixtures, and original artwork. Have your meals by the river, and your evening drinks by the pool. Also treat yourself to pure indulgence at the Siam’s Opium Spa, a vast, high-ceilinged facility infused with filtered natural light and surrounded by greenery. Treatments here use ethically sourced plant extracts and essential oils from Sodashi. The spa is well-complemented by the facilities of a gym, a yoga terrace, and a hair and nail salon. Its menu includes age-defying, exfoliating and thermal-infusing facials, marine body wraps, body polishes and green tea salt cleanses, aromatherapy, Muay Thai, Swedish and traditional Thai massages, chakra balancing treatments, and bespoke journeys and spa packages designed around your requirements and preferred experiences.


 


# 3

Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

Set within Bangkok’s city center, connected to the Siam Paragon shopping mall, and a short walk away from the Siam Skytrain station, Siam Kempinski Hotel serves as a perfect base camp if you’re in Bangkok for some serious retail therapy. It also happens to be the ideal base for a relaxed vacation, offering the facilities of a resort within the hubbub of the city. Inside the hotel is a carefully prepared collage of elegant furniture, Thai artwork, uninterrupted glazing, and charming floral arrangements. The rooms overlook resort-like gardens and are detailed in soothing colors and rich fabrics. Upgrade to a residence-style suite for added space, or a cabana room for pool access and a tropical vibe. If jetlag isn’t leaving you alone, retreat to the softly lit, wooden-floored bliss of the hotel’s luxury spa, where a Classic Massage combining Swedish techniques with traditional Thai treatments awaits you. So do a wealth of relaxing, detoxing, age-defying and collagen-mask facials, along with purifying body scrubs, body polishes and wraps, and massages with hot stones, herbal compresses, and fragrant oils. For a near-perfect experience, opt for the Royal Siam Spa Suite, which is complementary with certain rituals and signature treatments. Depending on the time of your visit, you can expect the Kempinski spa to offer unique season-themed experiences.


 


# 4

The St Regis Bangkok

Stay minutes away from the shopping, entertainment and business destinations of Bangkok, by choosing the St Regis, a modern 5-star hotel right opposite the Ratchadamri Skytrain station, and close to the Lumphini Park, the Erawan Shrine, and Chinatown. Rooms here are designed to help you unwind, even if you’re on a busy schedule. They have spacious, clutter-free interiors, tasteful feature walls, chic accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the Bangkok cityscape. 24-hour butler service ensures that you have everything you need, regardless of the time of day. The serene Elemis spa on the 15th floor of the St Regis further aids your relaxation, with its ambiance of contemporary luxury, 16 treatment rooms including 2 couples’ suites, and spacious relaxation areas for men and women that are furnished with surreal relaxation pods suspended above a water body. There are sensory experiences galore at Elemis, ranging from a reflexology inspired wading pool, aromatherapy experience showers, plunge pools, a Moroccan Rasul offering rejuvenating Arabian bathing rituals, and a bouquet of massages and body treatments for men and women. From a quick refreshing facial, to a classic Thai massage, to an entire day of bespoke pampering over light meals and drinks, there is plenty to look forward to at the St Regis Bangkok spa.


 


# 5

Okura Prestige Bangkok Hotel

Housed in a sleek glass fronted skyscraper a minute away from Phloen Chit Skytrain station, the Okura Prestige is a magnet for travelling executives and vacationers looking for a place in the heart of Bangkok’s city center. Explore the countless shopping, dining and entertainment options in the vicinity, and return to the sleek, streamlined, and stylishly lit interiors of your city-view room. Opting for a suite could get you your own sauna and steam room. Have your fill of sushi at the Tamazato restaurant, experience molecular gastronomy at Elements, and enjoy relaxed brunches and breathtaking views at Up and Above. Your leisure hours will be well-spent at the Okura Prestige’s wellness area, perched high above the city on the hotel’s 25th floor, and consisting of a cantilevered infinity pool, a full-service fitness center, and a luxurious spa. The Okura Spa welcomes you into a haven of serenity. The experience here focuses on rejuvenating all five senses, with the help of soothing, woods-inspired décor, a delectable and nutritious spa cuisine, aromatic essential oils and spices, soft rhythmic music, and tension-releasing massages by skilled therapists. Try a Japanese bamboo massage, a chakra balancing amethyst massage, Polynesian, Thai and Shiatsu massages, along with a mélange of body wraps, scrubs, herbal compresses, and healing rituals.


 


# 6

The Peninsula Bangkok

A luxurious hotel on the water’s edge, the Peninsula Bangkok puts you within easy reach of the historic sights of the city, and visually connects you to its glittering modern skyline. Rooms here are softly lit and inviting, and premium units come with landscaped balconies, private hot tubs, and exquisite gold ceilings. The Peninsula is famous for its line-up of facilities, the most popular of them being the spa, which occupies a dedicated building by the river, and flaunts a beautiful blend of Thai and colonial elements. It has multiple private suites, each with its own steam shower, plus a whirlpool that overlooks the river. There are plenty of signature and bespoke facials, massages and treatments on the spa menu, ranging from a Royal Thai massage, to Ayurvedic aromatherapy massages, to sleep ceremonies, to firming and lifting skincare treatments. Spa packages combining these with meditation and yoga sessions are also available.


 


# 7

Hansar Bangkok

A lavish hotel well-connected to Downtown Bangkok, Hansar offers spacious and sophisticated suites equipped with fine mod-cons including kitchenettes and laundry facilities. Choose one of the premium units and you could be treated to an in-room garden or a whole extra floor. All suites are soundproofed and finished in soothing palettes, helping you relax after a long day’s work or sightseeing fun. In addition to plenty of dining options, Hansar is also home to the Luxsa Spa which offers massages, treatments and sensory experiences based on the principles of Thai herbalism. Teak flooring, indoor greenery, and soothing décor creates the perfect setting for dry and oil massages, facials for men and women, hot stone healing, herbal compresses, Ayurvedic head massages, foot reflexology, and slimming and detoxing body masks, to name a few.


 


# 8

Shangri-La Hotel Bangkok

Enjoying a pleasant riverside setting close to buzzy downtown Bangkok, Shangri-La welcomes to you to a verdant, tropical themed property, which houses its 2 high-rise buildings. Luxurious rooms and suites here showcase a fine blend of traditional Thai and modern Western elements. They offer lovely views over the Chao Phraya River, and upgraded units have private Jacuzzis for you to relax in. The Chi Spa at Shangri-La Bangkok boasts of some of the city’s largest spa suites, and offers a bouquet of facials, massages and treatments inspired from Asian therapeutic traditions. The spa is complemented by a lovely riverside pool, along with sports and fitness facilities.


 


# 9

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit A Luxury Collection Hotel

An atmospheric hotel in the heart of downtown Bangkok, Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit enjoys direct access to a Skytrain station, and serves as a pleasant retreat from the urban mayhem right outside. Rooms and suites here are ultra-spacious and streamlined, and offer views of the Bangkok cityscape. The Grande Spa is a quiet haven for jetlagged travelers, and offers bespoke treatments developed using traditional and contemporary practices. Try out the Siamese Retreat Experience for some Thai rejuvenation, or warm Luk Pra Kob compresses followed by a Realignment Massage. The spa menu also includes facials for men and women, along with hand and foot care, and express treatments that can help you feel refreshed and ready to take on the next item on your busy itinerary.


 


# 10

W Bangkok Hotel

A sampling of Bangkok’s vibrant cosmopolitan culture, W Bangkok presents itself as a glitzy hotel in the trendy Sathorn neighborhood. Interiors here present a heady mix of ornate elements, rich fabrics, and new-age gadgetry. Rooms and suites are sleek, fashionable, and cheerfully splashed with color. In contrast, the hotel’s AWAY Spa is a calming mélange of natural colors, soothing music, dim lighting, and healthy refreshments. It has distinct zones for relaxation and treatments. There are 4 treatment rooms here, plus 2 VIP rooms which have their own bathrooms and hammam access. AWAY Spa offers an array of facials, massages, scrubs and body treatments using ESPA products, in addition to the services of a beauty salon.


 


# 11

Crowne Plaza Bangkok Lumpini Park

Crowne Plaza Lumpini Park gets you a well-rounded package of amenities at a reasonable price. Its location in downtown Bangkok makes it convenient for business travel and holidays revolving around retail therapy and bar hopping. Rooms here are spacious and comfortably furnished, and complemented by multiple dining options. Guests can avail of decent fitness facilities at the gym, and relax at the rooftop pool area where hot towels and foot massages can be availed of. For more serious relaxation therapy, there’s an adjoining spa that offers traditional Thai massages.


 


# 12

Sathorn Vista Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments

Enjoy an extended stay in Bangkok in your own serviced apartment. Sathorn Vista is set within Bangkok’s business district and is well connected to public transit. Apartments here range in size from 1- to 3-bedroom units, and have kitchens and home appliances. Room service is also available, and there’s a popular restaurant on the premises. Recharge at the full-service gym, and follow it up with a relaxing swim in the hotel’s outdoor saltwater pool, or a soak in its whirlpool or hot tub. You won’t find extensive spa facilities within this hotel, but there are several popular options in its immediate vicinity.


 


# 13

The Sukhothai Bangkok

Set in the lively Sathorn area, right by the British Embassy, the Sukhothai offers a pure sampling of Far Eastern luxury. Its sophisticated rooms and suites overlook greenery or lotus ponds and feature rich wooden flooring and furniture. Upgraded quarters come with generous bathtubs and the aura of a colonial guesthouse. The Spa Botanica on the second floor makes for a lovely oasis, enveloped by greenery and offering jetlag-relieving full body massages, reviving foot massages, therapeutic back massages, and classics including Thai and Swedish massages. There’s a long list of aromatherapy treatments on the menu, targeting the hair, the skin, and the immune system. Body scrubs, wraps and facials complete the picture.


 


# 14

Riva Surya

Placing you within easy reach of Bangkok’s heritage sites, Riva Surya enjoys a picturesque setting on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, with the vibrant Khao San area just around the corner. The hotel has a pleasant boutique vibe, accented with a colonial overlay. Rooms are serene, airy, and softly lit, and attached to balconies with river or street views. Wellness facilities here include a gym, an outdoor pool on a deck overlooking the river, and the option of ordering in-room massages at the end of a long day of sightseeing and shopping.


 


# 15

Chatrium Hotel Riverside Bangkok

Chatrium Hotel is set on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, and offers lovely views of the water and the cityscape across it. Spacious and streamlined rooms here have balconies, kitchenettes, and dining areas. There are multiple atmospheric restaurants in the hotel, in addition to excellent wellness facilities. These include a gym, an infinity pool overlooking the river, a Jacuzzi, and the serene Nemita Spa, where you can enjoy a classic Thai massage, a cleansing facial, aromatherapy treatments, and rejuvenating bath rituals. The therapists at the spa can also craft bespoke experiences for you.


 


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