Banyan Tree Bangkok, Thailand
Surrounded by the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, the Banyan Tree still oozes a serene atmosphere. Situated in the busy central business district, you are perfectly located with easy access to attractions and restaurants – making this resort ideal for a family.
The all-suite resort pairs luxury with a cultural twist to give guests a real feel of the ever developing city. Each suite is beautifully appointed, offering vast spaces and wonderful amenities. The views from your accommodation will be panoramic, with breathtaking sites of the dazzling city and great river.
Although, there are not a huge amount of children’s facilities at the resort, Bangkok is usually a place people visit on their way to a beach destination. Therefore, Banyan Tree is an absolute gem that you should consider using as your base whilst in Bangkok.
The overall guest experience is spectacular and refined by the staff at Banyan Tree. Their main goal is to offer your family a memorable and seamless stay at their resort. From dining to spa facilities and planning trips around the city, they are always on hand to cater to your needs.
If you are interested in a holiday to Bangkok, simply submit your travel dates using the form on the left and one of our family holiday designers will be in touch to help you plan the perfect holiday...
The spacious Horizon room can feature either a king size bed or twin layout, depending on your preference. The bathroom is filled with superb amenities including a seperate bath and shower area. From the room you will be offered fantastic views of the city and river.
Sleeps up to 3
One Bedroom Suite
Offering small families fantastic space to relax whilst in Bangkok, this One Bedroom Suite is beautifull appointed to utilise all areas. Each suite is filled with superb amenities to ensure a comfortable and easy stay.
Sleeps up to 3
Two Bedroom Suite
The ideal suite for a family of four visiting Bangkok, this space is breathtaking. Each bedroom leads to a personal ensuite featuring a seperate deep bath and rain shower. From the lounge area you will be treated to panoramic views of the dazzling city.
Sleeps up to 4
Apsara offers guests an unusual dining experience. The River Boat drifts along the glistening waters are you dine of flavoursome dishes freshly prepared by the chef.
Dinner: 8.00-10.00pm, Attire: Casual (No flip flops or sports apparel)
Located on the 59th floor, Bai Yun offers spectacular views from the floor to ceiling windows. Dine high in the sky on a selection of contemporary Chinese dishes.
Lunch: 11.30am-2.30pm, Dinner: 6.00-10.30pm, Attire: Casual (No flip flops or sports apparel)
Open daily throughout the day, Romsai offers a vast selection of food, including a buffet selection and an a'la carte menu.
Taihei is a superb restaurant open for lunch and dinner delivering great service. The menu consists of Teppanyaki and other similar selections.
Lunch: 11.30am-2.30pm, Dinner: 6.00-10.30pm
Beautiful views across Bangkok whilst you dine. Saffon is open for dinner every evening, the menus offer Thai Cuisine bound to please all hungry mouths.
Dinner: 6.00-10.30pm, Attire: Smart Casual - men are required to wear long trousers, long sleeves and closed toe shoes.
Kid's Play Room
Banyan Tree offer a kid's play room, open daily for children to visit supervised by their parents.
Open from 7.00am - 10.00pm
What will the weather be like…
Thailand enjoys a tropical climate with warmth all year round. The country has a monsoonal climate with April to May and September to October being the hottest months. However, September and October are also the wettest months. Most times of the year are great for a visit to Bangkok as rain rarely stays for consecutive days and heavy showers pass in a matter of hours.
The best months to visit Bangkok are January to March offering the best chance of little rain fall, lovely temperatures and clear blue skies.