Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Thailand
The Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers is conveniently located on the ChaoPhraya River just minutes from Bangkok's entertainment areas and attractions. A resort style hotel with panoramic river views from all rooms, the hotel also offers four award-winning restaurants and two river front pools. A complimentary shuttle boat service to the Skytrain is provided and the hotel has direct access to the River City shopping complex.
Save 10% on Accommodation: Book a minimum of 45 days prior to arrival for stays 01 Nov 13-31 Mar 14, or book a minimum of 60 days prior to arrival for stays 01 Apr-31 Oct 13.
Free Internet Access: Book a Deluxe Premium Riverview Room, Executive Suite or Towers Executive Room and receive free internet in room. Valid for stays 01 Apr 13-31 Mar 15.
Honeymoon: Couples receive upgrade to a Deluxe Premium Riverview Room with guaranteed king size bed, fruit, flowers and 15% discount at the Spa (excludes Elemis treatments).
Shuttle boat service.
Deluxe River View Rooms have one king or two double beds, bath with shower, air conditioning, TV, minibar, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.Room and Board Upgrades
Deluxe Premium Riverview Rooms are located on higher floors with upgraded facilities.
Tower Deluxe Rooms include breakfast, daytime tea/coffee, evening hors d'oeuvres, cocktails, shoeshine service and free laundry (up to 6 pieces).
Bangkok hotels offer the true Thai experience - ancient customs and unbeatable hospitality, with the modern delights of a bustling metropolis. With futuristic bars, upscale eateries and luxury hotels, Bangkok is moving away from its seedy image of old, and into a cosmopolitan future. Barter at the markets for designer knock-offs and quirky antiquities, and you'll take home some unique souvenirs, from raw silk scarves to Buddha heads. The hotels in Bangkok are an ideal base for exploring the city's overwhelming array of ancient sights, from the hilltop temples to grand palaces. For Bangkok holidays with a difference, why not watch a round of Thai boxing at the Lumpini Stadium, the largest boxing ring in the world.