A stay at the Banyantree is an experience in luxury and relaxation. Located in the heart of the city of Bangkok, it is a sanctuary for all travelers. The stunning views, well-appointed guest rooms, and excellent service makes one’s visit unforgettable. Added to the wonderful amenities, guests can enjoy extras such as the Banyan Tree Club lounge or the onsite spa facilities.
The Banyantree offers travelers 327 rooms and suites to choose from. All are contemporary with Thai influences. The silk fabrics and natural woods give each room a sophisticated feel. The floors to ceiling windows take advantage of the fantastic view while allowing plenty of natural light to flood the area.
Deluxe rooms come in both twin and king with an adjoining living area. The large bedrooms, baths, and work stations that are fully equipped make one’s stay comfortable. The added touches such as aromatherapy burners and incense burners make the space even more relaxing.
The Premier Rooms take advantage of the wonderful views. Located on the 50th, 55th, and 58th floors, guests look out onto the Chao Phraya River or the city of Bangkok.
Banyan Tree Club Rooms are laid out with the needs of both leisure and business travelers in mind. Elegantly decorated in red and grey silk, they include a large bathroom with black granite twin basins, an oversized tub, and rain shower.
Activities at the Banyantree include a swimming pool, health club, and even cooking classes. Guests can cool off at the outdoor swimming pool with surrounding deck. Located on the 21st floor, it is a relaxing oasis with potted plants and a juice bar. The health club offers a spacious area for Pilates, yoga, and step and stretching lessons. There is a steam room and sauna attached.
Cooking classes are held in Romsai Restaurant. Create gourmet dishes from scratch. The varied menu includes cuisine such as Japanese, Thai, and Chinese. Those who complete the course receive a certificate in recognition of their accomplishment.
One’s love of food doesn’t end with the cooking classes. Rooftop dining at Vertigo and Moon Bar offers diners excellent panoramic views. Riverside dining at Apsara lets you dine while navigating the Chao Phraya River’s sights and sounds. Bai Yun serves Cantonese Cuisine, while Saffron has contemporary Thai Cuisine.
Visitors can enjoy the skyline from Latitude Lounge and Bar or experience Sake and Teppanyaki at Taihei. Seafood can be found at Pier 59, and we can’t forget the Banyantree’s Romsai Restaurant, Lobby Lounge, and Juice Bar. Guests who wish to stay in the comfort of their room and rest can take advantage of the private dining offered by the 24 hour room service.