In the heart of Bangkok, moments from the city’s business and shopping hubs, Anantara Sathorn Bangkok hotel provides the perfect urban sanctuary for both leisure and business travellers. Unwind in the seclusion of the hotel’s fastidious designer surroundings. Explore the city’s most vibrant, traditional and contemporary areas. Replenish mind and body with a host of world-class services and facilities.
Anantara Sathorn Bangkok's rooms and suites make the most of this fantastic location with incredible panoramic views across the downtown city. From the spacious studios to the palatial two-bedroom suites, every room is furnished to the highest standard, with crisp contemporary furniture that blends stylish city living with unique Anantara details.
The impeccably designed 37-floor twin tower structure contains the finest in hotel services. Relax in total seclusion from the bustling city outside on the sun-soaked pool deck with infinity-edge swimming pool; dine on mouth-watering local and international cuisine at 100°East; and sooth away the day’s stresses with a full range of holistic treatments at Senses Spa. Our uncompromising approach to your every need and central urban location make Anantara Sathorn Bangkok hotel the ideal city retreat.
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Chao Phraya River
Chao Phraya River is the scenic river, flowing through the heart of Bangkok. Sightseeing cruise along this river is a great way to explore Bangkok, since many of the major city attractions are located along this waterway.
Wat Phra Kaew
Wat Phra Kaew , also known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and the adjoining Grand Palace form one of the greatest spectacles for the visitors of Bangkok. Consisting of over 100 brightly coloured buildings, golden spires and glittering mosaics, the complex dates back to 1782, when Bangkok was founded. Wat Phra Kaew was the first permanent structure built in Bangkok during the rule of King Rama I. The Temple houses the most sacred image of Thailand, the Emerald Buddha. The Emerald Buddha is considered a talisman and holds tremendous significance for the Thailand and the Thais. It is believed that the Emerald Buddha brings independence and prosperity to the country in which is resides.
Jim Thompson House
A monument to the Thai silk trade, Jim Thompson House was the personal residence of ex-CIA operative turned silk exporter Jim Thompson. He had the numerous buildings of the residence transported from Ayutthaya and reconstructed in the heart of the city, and they now serve as a museum and restaurant. This landmark is easily accessible via the BTS Skytrain.
A Floating Market is place for tourists to see the traditional Thai way of selling and buying fruits, vegetables, and other goods from the small boats. Tourists can also see traditional Thai houses, and immerse into the local culture all while travelling by boat.
The Songkran festival is celebrated in Thailand during the traditional New Year which occurs from the 13th to the 15th of April. During this time the kingdom breaks out into a huge water fight giving the locals and foreigners a chance to release their frustration and stress. Throwing of water symbolically represents washing away all the bad. Nowadays, the emphasis is on fun and water-throwing rather than on the festival's spiritual and religious aspects, which is why the festival turned into a party for foreigners giving the tourists an additional reason to visit Thailand.