Public parks are scarce in the capital so the hotel planted seeds to address the issue. Today, the hotel covers 11 acres of verdant greenery with restaurants, spas, and amenities dotting the landscape.
When you explore the manicured tropical jungle of the the Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort, expect to discover up to 10 sumptuous eating establishments. These restaurants covers cuisines from so many cultures that they can take you on complete a culinary round-the-world journey. The Anantara Spa is a collection of private suites scattered in the gardens. Each has its own courtyard where you can meditate and offers further seclusion from the tranquility. The amenities seem to be worlds of their own but you’ll still remain in the hotel’s excellent services.
A stay here feels of labyrinthian magic but the lush, quiet, and peaceful kind. And despite its attempt to make you never want to leave, the hotel believes that love also means setting its guests free. You will always be just a short boat shuttle ride from the train station. Or if you just want an extended time away on the river, reserve a spot on the Manohra Cruises and float up the River of Kings in a restored wooden rice barge.
Bangkok’s Skytrain system connects the airport, river, shopping centers and markets. Take the Skytrain to Saphan Taksin station on the Silom Line. Walk to Sathorn pier to transfer to the hotel's free shuttle boat.
Sathorn Wharf has three piers, one for public and tourist ferries and two for hotel and Asiatique. A free shuttle boat leaves from Sathorn hotel pier to Anantara regularly. Staff at the pier will assist.
Anantara Riverside provides limousines for airport transfers and chauffeured travel around the city. Contact Reservation to arrange collection from the airport or book your car with the concierge.
Bangkok taxis come in many colours and are 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.