The Sukhothai Bangkok


    Down a tree-flanked driveway amid six acres of lily ponds and flower gardens in the center of the Thai capital, The Sukhothai Bangkok offers regal escapism with more-than-modern indulgences. Influenced by the eponymous period for architecture and art, this Bangkok institution is characterized by spacious courtyards, open-air arcades, tropical gardens, Oriental pavilions, and symmetrical low-lying buildings surrounded by rich vegetation. This urban oasis offers a large Wellness Center complete with a pool and sauna. Add outdoor lounges, private dining rooms, a ballroom. The Sukhothai Bangkok becomes a place suitable for therapeutic retreats, corporate getaways, and cultural escapes that give guests a glimpse into both ancient Thailand and Bangkok’s identity as a forward-thinking metropolis.



    • 127 rooms
    • 7 floors



    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Air Conditioned
    • Bar
    • Business Center
    • Concierge Desk
    • Elevator
    • Gym
    • High Speed Internet
    • Laundry Services
    • Live Entertainment
    • Mini Bar
    • Parking
    • Room Service
    • Safe Deposit Box
    • Swimming Pool


    The Sukhothai Hotel plays host to an array of renowned culinary options—from authentic Thai to Italian and international cuisine. The premier restaurants offer world-class dining and entertainment. A never-ending Sunday brunch that draws both guests and Bangkok residents alike – epicurean fantasies come true while you marvel at meticulously replicated Chedis submerged in a scenic water garden. Classical Italian cuisine perfectly meshed with fascinating modern interiors, or revelling in a chocolate fantasy on an indulgent weekend afternoon.



    13/3 South Sathorn Road, Bangkok Thailand 10120

    Thanks to its location in Bangkok’s central business district and embassy quarter, the hotel is close to attractions such as Lumphini Park and Chao Phraya River, the restaurant scene of Sukhumvit Road, and the nightlife offerings of the Silom and Surawongse roads. Siam Paragon, the biggest shopping mall in Southeast Asia, is also just three kilometers north of the hotel.