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Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel

518/8 Ploenchit Road
Bangkok 10330
Nightly Rates: (USD$114.53 - USD$157.38)
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The 5-star Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel is redefining luxury here in the city center, with elegant accommodations and exceptional amenities. You'll find our hotel right in the middle of everything you want to do, see and experience in Bangkok - from Siam Square to Platinum Mall and the Grand Palace. We're also steps away from the BTS Sky Train station, allowing you to explore the city with ease. Make yourself comfortable in one of our 324 guest rooms and suites, which showcase plush bedding, sleek bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and large windows. Indulge in a massage at the 5-star Quan Spa, or visit our modern fitness center. We also offer an indoor pool for your convenience. Delicious dining options abound at the hotel, including Chinese fare at Fei Ya and tapas and drinks at R Bar. And meetings here are memorable occasions, thanks to our 20,000 square feet of venue space and expert planning services. We know you'll be thrilled with the effortless luxury of the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel.

Check In:  2:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  Thai Baht
Number of floors:  22
Number of rooms:  324
Number of suites:  56

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Flavors: Feast on international cuisine and enjoy the interactive, theatre-style kitchen at this vibrant restaurant, which is open for buffet breakfast, as well as lunch and dinner.
Fei Ya: Savor authentic Northern Chinese fare here in the heart of Bangkok at Fei Ya, which is open for lunch and dinner. You'll love our restaurant's modern ambiance.
La Tavola & Wine Bar: La Tavola brings a taste of Italy to Bangkok, with fresh, seasonal dishes and a terrific wine list. It's a great spot for a business lunch or for dinner with friends or family.
R Bar: Casual and trendy, our R Bar features tasty tapas, a great range of wines and music spun by our in-house DJ. Hang out here with friends after a productive day.
The One by Renaissance: If you're on the go here in Bangkok, The One has you covered, with fresh-brewed coffee, sandwiches and other items. Grab a quick bite.
H2O: Relax and enjoy the weather at our poolside bar, which features striking Bangkok views and specialty cocktails, as well as a restaurant menu.
The One Beer Garden: The One Beer Garden, our outdoor bar and restaurant, specializes in craft beers and light bites, served in a comfortable environment. Join us for a relaxed evening here in the garden!

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          Wat Saket - built in 1700s, Golden Mount rises on its grounds believed to house Buddhist relics

          Lumpini Park

          Wat Pratum Wanaram (temple)

          Bangkok Dolls and Museum - exquisite handmade collectible Thai dolls

          Philatelic Museum - Thai and foreign stamps of the old ages are on display

          Prasart Museum - vast collection of artifacts from pre-historic through Rattanakosin periods

          Royal Barges National Museum - displays of royal barges, Suphanahong used by the king

          Thai Human Imagery Museum - life-like sculptures of The Great Buddhist Monks

          National Museum - over 1000 artifacts ranging from neolithic times to the present Bangkok period

          Jim Thompsons House and Museum - former home of the man who saved Thai silk industry from collapse

          Bangkok Art & Cultural Center

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          Bank of Thailand Museum - visitors can learn the history and evolution of the Thai financial system

          Grand Palace - originally built for King Rama I in the late 18th century

          National Museum - over 1000 artifacts ranging from neolithic times to the present Bangkok period

          Jim Thompsons House and Museum - former home of the man who saved Thai silk industry from collapse

          Ancient City - world's largest outdoor museum of replicas of famous buildings, monuments, temples

          Bang Lamphu - popular locals and tourists shopping area has clothes, handbags, shoes, cosmetics

          Bangkok Baiyoke Sky Tower- Thailand s Tallest Building, Observatory floor, revolving roof deck

          Cruising along the Chao Phraya River - explore the city once dubbed Venice of the East

          Damnoen Saduak Floating Market - travel around by boat to see local villages

          Dusit Zoo - amphibian, birds, fish, mammal, reptiles and more

          Pasteur Institute - snake farm, large colleaion of live poisonous snakes

          Samphran Elephant Ground and Zoo - crocodile, wild animals, elephant, wrestling and magic shows

          Siam Ocean World - the largest aquarium in South East Asia

          Thai Boxing at Ratchadamnoen Stadium (check schedule first)

          Victory Monument - built to memorialize soldiers, policemen and civilians

          Vimanmek Royal Mansion - royal residences, souvenir, ancient cloth, silk, food shop

          Wat Pratum Wanaram (temple)

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