The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok

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The Athenee Hotel, one of the grandest hotels you can stay in Bangkok, is a perfect choice for a beautiful family holiday. We were instantly wowed by the regal entrance and elegant staircase adorning the welcoming yet luxurious lobby. The hotel stands on the site of Kandhavas, the royal palace of HRH Princess Valaya Alongkorn, daughter of King Rama V., and still holds the beauty and grandeur of its impressive history. Rooms and suites at the Athenee Hotel fuse vintage charm alongside decadent five star features. We loved the sumptuous king size beds and decadent bathrooms, and the staff went out of their way to give our children a warm and personal welcome. Days were spent shopping and sightseeing in the vibrant surrounding area and we couldn’t resist daily swims in the inviting rooftop pool. The Royal Executive Club Lounge was a perfect sanctuary for an indulgent afternoon tea or refreshing evening cocktail and we were spoilt with impeccable service and spectacular city views. If you are looking for a fine dining Japanese experience make sure to check out Kintsugi Bangkok which is a visit while in Bangkok. The sleek and modern Japanese restaurant is led by talented Michelin Star Chef Jeff Ramsey, who has created an inventive take on the well loved Kaiseki menu. If you are craving a beautiful royal experience at the heart of Bangkok, look no further than The Athenee Hotel.

Breakfast at Raintree Cafe

Breakfast at Raintree Cafe is a treat not to be missed whether you are staying at the hotel or not. With a pletheora of food stations incuding Western and Asian favourites as well as child friedly options it's a breakfast buffet not to be missed. Alternatively order to the room if you don't feel like leaving your comfortable sanctuary.

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