The luxurious FourSeasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River

The Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River, a unique urban resort. Located in the heart of Bangkok and within walking distance from many of the city’s major attractions, The hotel is conveniently located just steps away from major shopping venues and entertainment districts, including Sukhumvit and Silom Roads. Within ideal locations overlooking the Chao Phraya River, guests can enjoy spectacular views of both modern high-rise buildings as well as ancient temples such as Wat Po and Wat Arun. Whether you are visiting us for business or pleasure, the hotel offers a variety of accommodations to suit every guest’s needs—from spacious deluxe rooms with panoramic views of Bangkok’s skyline to luxurious two-bedroom suites that feature private swimming pools or personal fitness centers.The resort also has 6 dining outlets each having their own identity.

Physical Features

Total Number of Rooms: 299

  • Guest Rooms: 261
  • Suites: 38

Number of Private Residences: 366

Number of Stories: 12 floors (Cascade Building), 4 floors (Palm Courtyard Building), 73 (Private Residences)

Design Aesthetic: An urban sanctuary, with its cascading architecture, seamless indoor-outdoor transitions, and interconnected courtyards forming a natural extension of the flowing river


  • 299 spacious guest rooms and suites, each featuring high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that create a bright, airy atmosphere
  • Accommodations range from 50 sq.m. / 540 sq. ft. to 300 sq.m. / 3,230 sq. ft. with a mix of river and lush garden views; signature suites include large private terraces
  • Modern, stylish interiors reflect a sophisticated simplicity and a warm residential character graced by contemporary Thai touches, with layouts that perfectly balance function, comfort and aesthetics
  • Spacious, spa-like bathrooms

Architect: Hamiltons International
Interior Designer: Jean-Michel Gathy (DENNISTON)
Food & Beverage Interior Designer: AvroKo and Jean-Michel Gathy (Yu Ting Yuan)

Location of the Hotel:

  • Located between the vibrant Chao Phraya River and Charoen Krung Road, a shopping, dining and creative hotspot, and just a short distance from ICONSIAM, the city’s newest premium shopping mall
  • 40 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport
  • Minutes from Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain station for connectivity throughout Bangkok
  • Private shuttle boats provide easy water transfers to selected locations along the river

Urban Wellness Centre

Total Space: 26,900 sq.ft. / 2,500 sq.m Concept: Three streams of wellness, two floors of innovation, one holistic haven. Arranged around the Palm Courtyard, the Urban Wellness Centre at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok and dedicated 30-metre fitness pool


Deluxe room

The deluxe room is the smallest of the rooms at Four Seasons Bangkok, but it’s also one of its most luxurious. The room has a king bed and a sofa, so you can sleep comfortably as well as relax with friends or family. The contemporary decor is tasteful and not overdone, making this a great choice for travelers who want to spend more time outside than in their hotel rooms. And the marble bathroom adds to that feeling of luxury.

The river views from this location are always stunning—especially during sunset (which I highly recommend).

Premier river view room

The premier river view room is one of the most popular options at Four Seasons Bangkok, and it’s easy to see why. A flowing, modern interior design lends this space an air of sophistication and elegance.

The room has a king-size bed that is perfect for couples who want to unwind together in privacy before heading out on the town later in the evening; it also features a bathtub for relaxing after a long day. The balcony provides sweeping views of Chao Phraya River in front and Wat Arun Temple behind you—the perfect spot to enjoy a cup of coffee or unwind with some wine at nightfall.

Once you’ve finished taking in all that this room has to offer (and maybe even had time for a nap), there are plenty of ways to entertain yourself while staying here: read through some magazines from your minibar selection or watch movies on TV as you relax on your bed with its plush duvet coverings and soft pillows.

Studio family suite

  • The studio family suite is the perfect choice for families and large groups. It’s one of the largest suites at Four Seasons Bangkok, with a separate living area, large balcony, and bathroom that’s big enough to fit two people at once. There are also two queen-size beds in this suite—one in the bedroom and one in the living area. So if you want a relaxing space where everyone can spread out (and maybe even eat together!), then this is an ideal choice for your stay at Four Seasons Bangkok.
Four Seasons Executive Suite

Fourseasons executive suite

The Four Seasons Executive Suite is one of the largest suites in Bangkok and measures 535 square feet. It offers a double bed, a separate living room with a dining table and seating for six people, a large bathroom with a separate tub and shower, large balcony (37 square feet) with city views.

The suite has plenty of room to move around, even if you’re traveling with several friends or family members. The bedroom has an attached dressing area that separates it from the rest of the suite. There’s also plenty of storage space for clothes, which comes in handy when staying at a hotel for more than just one night!

Four Seasons Executive Suite

Studio river view terrace suite

The Studio River View Terrace Suite is a contemporary suite with a private terrace. The suite has a king-size bed, a full kitchen, dining area and living room with sofa bed. It also includes an en-suite bathroom with shower. The Studio River View Terrace Suite is located on the 26th floor of our hotel tower overlooking Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River and offers panoramic views of the city skyline.

Presidential suite

The Presidential Suite has a private elevator, check-in area, lounge and dining room. It also comes with its own screening room, gym and spa. The courtyard within the presidential suite is lush with tropical plants and bamboo trees from around Southeast Asia.


The Lobby Lounge serves a variety of cocktails and snacks. Sip on a glass of wine or indulge in one of the premium tequilas while you listen to live music and enjoy the ambiance. Guests can also get full service from our friendly staff at The Lobby Lounge.

In developing the food and beverage program at Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok, a dream team of experts in cuisines, room design, and hospitality innovation came together to create a collection of original dining and drinking concepts, with a star-studded team of chefs, mixologists, and sommeliers in the kitchens and behind the bars.  Led by Executive Chef Andrea Accordi – previously of the eight Michelin-starred Four Seasons Hong Kong – along with French Executive Pastry Chef Bruce Trouyet, the team includes specialist culinarians in each restaurant. Philip Bischoff, who was previously lead bartender at the landmark Manhattan Bar in Singapore, now presides over the Hotel’s beverage program. 

All outlets are designed by the renowned team at AvroKo, with the exception of the signature Chinese restaurant, designed by Jean-Michel Gathy.  Experiences include:

Yu Ting Yuan (御庭院) – Presenting authentic Cantonese cuisine in a high style setting amid lush gardens and a shimmering reflection pond.  To learn more about Yu Ting Yuan and Head Chef Qiu Xiaogui and his highly experienced team.

Riva del Fiume Ristorante – Head Chef Enrico Maritan and his culinary team welcome guests with the aromas and flavours of locally and seasonally-inspired Italian dishes served along riverside terraces reminiscent of Italy’s Lake Como.  To learn more about Riva del Fiume Ristorante.

Brasserie Palmier – Also on the riverfront, the relaxed vibe of this French Tropics-inspired café sets the tone for enjoying brasserie classics with an emphasis on fish and seafood, including a wine and oyster bar.  To learn more about Brasserie Palmier and Head Chef Nicolas Raynal.

BKK Social Club – Evoking the legendary glamour of Buenos Aires with a menu of bespoke cocktails, craft spirits, rare Champagnes and the finest cigars, this newcomer to Asia’s remarkable bar scene is set to make its mark.  To learn more about BKK Social Club and award-winning head bartender Philip Bischoff.

The Lounge – Where international visitors mix with local patrons, The Lounge is the setting for impromptu get-togethers and a cosy afternoon tea.

Cafe Madeleine – A showcase for Executive Chef Bruce Trouyet and his pastry team, Cafe Madeleine is a neighbourhood pastry shop and café offering both indoor-guests who want to enjoy their time at our poolside terrace area.


If you are looking for an urban resort that is in the heart of Bangkok, look no further than Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok. The hotel has been voted one of the best hotels in Asia by Condé Nast Traveller and its amenities are impressive, including a private pool for people staying at executive suites, a personal gym, steam room, and sauna as well as spa treatments from around the world to help pamper guests during their stay.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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