Taking full advantage of its positioning, Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside has made a tropical getaway for its guests. The verdant tropical landscaping surrounding the pool makes guests feel that they’re no longer in the city. Whether you are in the lobby or outside, the garden is always in sight and brings tranquility. The smoke-free city resort hotel has built a terrace extending out onto the river, creating over 200 meters of exclusive river frontage for guests to see the beauty of the Chao Phraya River and life on it. The terrace faces west and makes for a great location for sundowners.
The hotel is known for its restaurants offering a wide range of international cuisines that one can get in buffet or a la carte form. From Ah Yat Abalone Forum serving up quality Cantonese dishes to The Terrace@72 Buffet Restaurant presenting mouth-watering buffet spreads, the eating establishments do not disappoint. To work off the caloric input, the hotel also provides access to its state-of-the-art wellness center. Messira Wellness & Spa is a 1000+ square meter space offering you the opportunity to expend some energy or receive healing spa treatments. For a unique experience, try their signature facial using a gold leaf mask.
Located in a heart of a local community, The Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside gives guests a chance to explore local stores and restaurants in its vicinity. It is also a short distance from Asiatique, a shopping complex that is made up of restored shipping warehouses. Visit for a wide variety of eateries and live entertainment. Ride the Asiatique Sky to see Bangkok’s nighttime horizon. Extremely lively and festive, Bangkok’s most famous night bazaar is not to be missed. For the convenience for guests to get to downtown Bangkok, free hotel shuttles to Saphan Taksin BTS station is available.
Bangkok’s Skytrain system connects the airport, river, shopping centers and markets. Take the Skytrain to Saphan Taksin station on the Silom Line. It’s a short walk to Sathorn pier to transfer to the hotel's free shuttle boat.
Sathorn Pier has three piers, one for public and tourist ferries and two for hotel and Asiatique. A free shuttle boat leave Sathorn hotel pier to Ramada Plaza regularly. Staff at the pier will assist.
Bangkok taxis come in many colours and usually plentiful. Insist on using the meter and you will not find them expensive. In addition to the flag-fall and meter charge, you will need to pay the highway tolls.
Ramada Plaza is a short stroll to Asiatique's night market and amusements. Leaving the hotel, turn right onto Charoenkrung Road. Past the historic protestant cemetery and tobacco factory.