Top 10 Luxury Hotels & Resorts In Thailand


Immanuel Debeer | 25/09/2020

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Thailand is notorious for its stunning beaches, tropical landscapes, and bustling capital. A lot goes into planning a trip, so we’re here to make your job easier by showing you some of the best luxury hotels in Thailand, including its cities, coastal areas, and countryside. You’ll receive such a high level of service and relaxing experience that’ll no doubt leave you wanting to return.

Get ready to pamper yourself. Below are our top ten picks for luxury hotels and resorts in Thailand, starting at number ten.

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 10: The Siam Bangkok

The Siam Bangkok

Set on the Chao Phraya River, The Siam is one of the best Thailand resorts for luxurious modern amenities. It’ll be especially appealing after a day of exploring the busy streets of Bangkok. Enjoy a spacious suite or pool villa which are spread throughout their peaceful, three-acre property. Amenities include The Siam’s signature lap pool, a spa, fitness centre, and library. Beautiful art and antique décor will leave those with a taste for fine art swooning.

Book your room at The Siam’s standard rate or upgrade to an all-inclusive package. In addition to the usuals from an all-inclusive package, you’ll get pampered with an aromatic massage, have a choice between taking yoga or Thai boxing classes, and receive a private Tuk-Tuk service.

It’s impossible to leave The Siam without trying their Chon Thai Restaurant. You’ll get to enjoy the finest quality Thai ingredients and timeless local meals. If you’re looking for a lighter meal or drink, The Siam has you covered with their Deco Bar & Bistro, Café Cha, and Bathers Bar.

Hotel website: The Siam

9: Rosewood Bangkok

Rosewood Bangkok - luxury hotel Bangkok city

For the best hotel in Thailand that sits in the heart of Bangkok, look no further than the Rosewood Bangkok. This 5-star hotel is the epitome of luxury with rooms and suites designed to feel like private homes. You can even book one of three houses which are equipped with pools and terraces.

The Rosewood is one of the best luxury hotels for those seeking to explore upscale shopping centres in Bangkok. You’ll be within walking distance to the Central World Plaza and the Gaysorn Village Shopping Mall.

Swimmers will love the Rosewood Bangkok’s 20-meter pool. It’s an indoor-outdoor saltwater lap pool, which is also equipped with a whirlpool. Then, head up to the ninth floor where you’ll get stunning views of Bangkok’s skyline while using the fitness studio. At the end of it all, relax and rejuvenate at the Sense spa.

You won’t go hungry at the Rosewood Bangkok since you’ll get to choose from four restaurants. The Lakorn European Brasserie offers high quality European and Thai inspired dishes. They also offer a Chinese restaurant, a speakeasy bar, and an organic café.

Hotel website: Rosewood Bangkok

8: Rosewood Phuket

Rosewood Phuket - luxury hotel

With Thailand being so well known for its beaches, we know you’re waiting for luxury Thailand beach hotels to appear on this list, and the Rosewood Phuket is a fantastic choice. It’ll feel like living in a private oceanfront village in Phuket, as the Rosewood is set on 600 meters of Emerald Bay beachfront.

When considering your options for luxury hotels in Thailand, the Rosewood hits all the marks—a beachside infinity pool, tropical landscapes, innovative architecture, luxury pavilions and villas, and first-rate restaurants.

Are you travelling with family? Rosewood Phuket is one of the best Thai luxury resorts for families. Their Explorers Club caters to young children with Ram Thai dance lessons, Thai weaving classes, and learning about local marine creatures, among others.

Your spacious pavilion or villa will be equipped with a designer bed and Frette linens, a private plunge pool, furnishings using natural material and organic colours, and plenty of natural light with some rooms, including floor-to-ceiling windows.

Hotel website: Rosewood Phuket

7: Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle

Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle

Explore the best of Thailand luxury resorts with this unique camping experience at the Four Seasons. Spend your nights in magnificent tents and your days exploring northern Thailand on Burma and Laos’s border.

The Four Seasons allows you to get up close and personal with rescued elephants via many programs, including elephant bathing, feeding, and a candlelit outdoor dinner with these beautiful creatures. Other activities include picking fresh ingredients beside an expert guide that will be used in your meals and taking a walk along the Ruak River, where you’ll see rice fields, locals, and the border of Burma.

Fifteen luxury tents are spaced out to give a sense of privacy and one-of-a-kind views of the outdoors. Your tent with safari-style décor comes equipped with stylish wooden furnishings, an indoor bath, and an outdoor rain shower. Each tent has a private terrace and a unique colour scheme.

The Four Seasons Tented Camp at the Golden Triangle is an all-inclusive experience. A full-service jungle spa is available, and there’s a pool in the lounge. You’ll receive nothing but the highest care during your stay with attentive staff and expert guides.

Hotel website: Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle

6: Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

We’re circling back to Bangkok here in our list of the best luxury hotels in Thailand. The Waldorf Astoria by Hilton is known for its bronze accents and high ceilings, which makes it feel similar to New York City’s first Waldorf hotel. Located in an upscale shopping area in the Central Business District, you’ll have plenty to explore if you can manage to pull yourself away from the comforts of your hotel.

Three exquisite restaurants sit in the top three levels of the Waldorf Astoria, offering unparalleled Bangkok views. Enjoy a top of the line spa with premium products and a temperature-controlled infinity pool equipped with individual cabanas for your privacy. And when you’re ready to explore Bangkok, your personal concierge will assist you with planning.

Choose from guest rooms or suites offering varying degrees of city views, depending on the category you choose. Suites are located on the topmost floors and offer panoramic windows for sweeping views of Bangkok. All rooms are equipped with elegant bathrooms with a separate bath and shower. You’ll have a walk-in closet and an in-room espresso machine.

Hotel website: Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

5: Amanpuri

Amanpuri Thailand Luxury hotel

When considering which Thailand 5-star resorts to stay at, Amanpuri is a strong contender. Picture staying on a vast private coconut grove set on the stunning Andaman Sea in Phuket. You’ll have endless opportunities to enjoy the beautiful white sand of Panesea Beach, located on a peninsula that Amanpuri owns.

And it gets better. Amanpuri is one of my favourite hotels in Thailand because it offers such a private experience. Villas and guest pavilions are dispersed throughout the property, giving you the feeling you own your own piece of tropical Thailand paradise. All the architecture is designed to reflect Buddhist designs from the ancient Ayutthaya.

Most accommodation offers ocean views and private pools. Within each villa and guest pavilion categories, you can choose from a range of room sizes and amenities to fit your needs. That’s what makes Amanpuri so unique—each room is specially designed.

You’ll be staying on the Andaman Sea, and Amanpuri knows you’ll want to get out on the water. They offer countless water activities on turquoise water, including diving, wakeboarding, Flyboarding, jet skiing, and stand up paddleboarding.

The finest quality food and cleaning practices are ensured via a dedicated chef and housekeeper at every Amanpuri residence. Dine at the variety of onsite restaurants and relax at the Aman Spa.

Hotel website: Amanpuri

4: Four Seasons Koh Samui

Four Seasons Koh Samui

Enjoy the best of Thailand’s 5-star resorts with a stay at the Four Seasons on Thailand’s second-largest island, Koh Samui.

Your spacious room will sit on a tropical hillside facing the sea. All accommodation includes a private infinity pool and décor with local accents. If you’re travelling with a group or family, you’re bound to fall in love with the Four Seasons’ private residences. They come equipped with kitchenettes, larger infinity pools, private dining pavilions, and—wait for it—a live-in butler.

Services include 24/7 in-villa dining, yoga and pilates, a 24-hour business centre, a library with stunning views, a cinema, and a beach house game room. Non-motorized water sports are also included, such as kayaks and paddleboards.

This Thailand beach hotel is an excellent option for families, as they offer several programs for kids. They offer Muay Thai classes, kid-geared movies, games, children-friendly spa treatments, and babysitting.

As one of the top luxury hotels in Thailand, the Four Seasons can arrange a limousine service to take you to and from the airport. They’ll also arrange a private jet for up to fourteen people if you’ll be travelling from Bangkok or various other Thailand cities.

Hotel website: Four Seasons Koh Samui

3: Rayavadee

Rayavadee Hotel & Resort

Located on the stunning Phranang Peninsula, Rayavadee straddles the beautiful Krabi Marine National Park and the Andaman Sea. Environmentalists will love this Thai luxury resort since no trees were cut down during the building process. They’ve built their property to use sustainable water, waste management, and be energy efficient.

Rayavadee’s two-story pavilions and luxury villas are tucked in tropical coconut groves. Your spacious accommodation comes equipped with award-winning architecture and thoughtful Thai décor that blends in with its environment. A short stroll through lush gardens will take you to the stunning Railay and Phranang Beaches.

There are near endless excursions offered at Rayavadee. They include a luxurious speedboat ride to Phi Phi Island, scuba diving, kayaking through a mangrove forest, and rock climbing with a private guide. Or, try your hand at creating a traditional Thai meal with a cooking class.

Your tastebuds will never get tired of trying carefully prepared Thai, light Asian, and international dishes at Rayavadee’s four restaurants. Enjoy a day or more at the spa where they’ll offer you services based on ancient Thai healing traditions. Shop onsite at the 5-star Rayavadee Boutique, where you can pick out beautiful ceramics, home furnishings, clothes, and jewellery.

As if it couldn’t get better, Rayavadee donates a portion of their profit to groups in their community every year.

Hotel website: Rayavadee

2: Six Senses Yao Noi

Six Senses Yao Noi

The best qualities in Thai luxury resorts can be found at the Six Senses Yao Noi. This resort, located in Phang Nga Bay, which is only 45 minutes from Phuket, masterfully balances comfort and tropical diversity.

Your villa or suite will be perched on an incline within lush gardens, offering you sweeping views of the surrounding foliage or turquoise sea. Accommodation is varied to meet guests’ needs, ranging from one to four bedrooms. Whether you stay in a villa or suite, you’ll get to enjoy a private horizon pool with a sundeck.

Six Senses Yao Noi prides itself on offering personalized experiences. Upon arrival, you’ll be matched with a Guest Experience Maker who will monitor your villa and ensure your every need is met. Homegrown ingredients are used in their four luxury restaurants, which offer Thai and international cuisine.

A good night’s sleep is guaranteed thanks to custom touches. Your mattress will be handmade, your cotton sheets organic, and your pillows will be temperature regulating. To further your relaxation, Six Senses offers a fully equipped spa, including a meditation room, juice bar, and a sauna.

Hotel website: Six Senses Yao Noi

1: Soneva Kiri

Soneva Kiri Thailand

Of all the Thailand hotel options we’ve discussed, Soneva Kiri deserves the number one ranking. This resort offers unparalleled luxury with an eco-friendly design.

Villas range from one to six bedrooms, ensuring large families and groups can enjoy the property’s luxurious amenities. Villas are uniquely equipped, depending on the category you book. Treehouses and water slides are among a few of the distinctive features.

Soneva Kiri offers countless excursions for their guests. Explore Koh Kood by speedboat, paddleboard through mangroves, experience fishing via traditional Thai methods, pick fresh herbs and vegetables, and then use them in a cooking class. End your day with a movie at their in-house cinema or explore the night sky at their observatory.

Your dining experiences at Soneva Kiri will stay with you long after you leave. Quality Thai, Mediterranean, and European cuisine are offered at their numerous restaurants. You can also visit their wine cellar, which is home to over 350 labels. They have an ice cream parlour with over 60 ice cream flavours and a chocolate bar. Also, they’ll customize any experience for you to make your holiday memorable.

Hotel website: Soneva Kiri


Immanuel Debeer

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