Explore nearby attractions like the Temple of Dawn


Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers is the ideal home base just moments from an array of Bangkok attractions. Board a boat at our public piers and discover breathtaking sites by our riverside hotel. Traveling on the nearby Chao Phraya River allows you to sightsee while avoiding Bangkok's notorious traffic. Discover attractions near our hotel like ICONSIAM shopping mall and Bangkok's rendition of Chinatown. Learn about the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Temple of Dawn. Alternatively, board our free boat shuttle service at a private pier to Taksin BTS SkyTrain station, where you will find other famous Bangkok tourist attractions.

On-Site Outlets
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Mandara Spa at Royal Orchid Sheraton

A visit to Mandara Spa at Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers is a total sensory experience. Our Spa menu offers a range of treatments with the latest Spa science from ELEMIS Spa-therapies. All spa treatment rooms overlook Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River.

Please note that our Garden pool will be closed between 15-20 April 2023 for maintenance.During the closing period, alternatively you may consider to enjoy the service at the Terrace pool daily from 6:00 AM until 10:00 PM
Fitness Center

Sheraton Fitness

Sheraton Fitness offers state-of-the-art cardio equipment, a sauna, jogging track and tennis court.


Garden Pool

Mon-Sun: 7:00 AM-7:00 PM


Towels provided

Lifeguard on Duty

Children's Pool

Terrace Pool

Mon-Sun: 6:00 AM-10:00 PM


Towels provided

Lifeguard on Duty

Garden Pool

Garden pool is a resort-style swimming pool, a tropical greenery surround where you can recharge with poolside snacks, desserts, premium beverages, and more.

Garden Pool

Terrace Pool

A salt water terrace pool, overlooking the Chao Phraya River, is ideal for swimming laps.

Terrace Pool

Eat Your Way Around the City

Bangkok truly is a foodie heaven with delicious, affordable options everywhere. While in Thailand, do not be afraid to eat your way across the country!

Thara Thong - Tom Yum Kung

Cool down from Thailand’s intense heat by enjoying cool, refreshing Thai herbal drinks along the street. Thailand’s famous herbal drinks are made from local herbs, flowers and fruits and are unbelievably satisfying. Famous herbal drinks often sold by street vendors include an abundance of lemongrass drinks as well as mixes including pandan leaves, bael fruit and chrysanthemum. These refreshing herbal drinks make an excellent choice to quench thirst and chill out while exploring the streets.

Are you fascinated with Thai desserts? Do you know any interesting stories behind these scrumptious treats? Thai desserts are considered auspicious and believed to bring good fortune with their unique flavors and aroma. Thai desserts are commonly used in Buddhist rituals, weddings, celebrations, and festivals especially during the Thai New Year, called Songkran, where they are given as gifts to the elderly in the family as a mark of respect and also to receive blessings. Most Thai desserts, such as Tong Yip, Tong Yod, Foy Tong and Tong Ake, have the word ‘Tong’ which translates to gold from Thai. This word is used to symbolize wealth and prosperity.

BBQ street eats are one of Thailand’s favorite street foods. Literally found on every corner, the street BBQ is not only full of flavor, it is also a must try. Grilled skewers of pork, chicken and meatballs are marinated and then threaded on a bamboo stick, grilled on an open flame and served with sticky rice. Pair grilled meats with a spicy sauce called nam jim jaew for an undeniable kick. If you are looking for a special treat, try the varieties of BBQ fish. Tilapia, catfish or snakehead, stuffed with pandanus leaves and coated with flour and rock salt, are all delicious BBQ options worth trying.

When in Bangkok, and on the lookout for great seafood, foodies must visit the delicious Somboon and Laemgate Seafood restaurants. Somboon has opened up its seventh store recently. Operating over 45 years, Somboon has become synonymous with crab curry. The red, spicy gravy concocted with nam prik pao chili paste is what makes this dish especially enticing. Known for its crab egg chili paste dish, Laemgate Seafood has been around for more than 30 years in Pattaya and has a branch in Bangkok located on Ari Soi 4.

While exploring Bangkok, don’t forget to try an array of authentic Thai noodle dishes. Made from rice, wheat or mung bean flour, Thailand’s noodles can be enjoy stir-fried and famous choices include Pad Thai, Pad Si Ew or Guay Tiew KuaGai. Thick, rich, gravy laden noodles called Lad Nah are also a popular choice, however, most people tend to enjoy noodle soup dishes. Slurp up such noodle soup dishes as Guay Tiew Rua, Guya Tiew Sukhothai, Guay Tiew Yen Tah Foe, Bamee Moo Daeng or the northern Thai specialty of curried noodles, Khao Soy. Don’t forget to use chopsticks for noodles - it’s the only time Thais use the wooden utensils to eat. Indulge and enjoy!

Hungry and looking for late night grub? Silom Road is undoubtedly Bangkok’s best spot for late night snacks and midnight meals. Niyom is a popular Bangkok favorite serving classic Thai dishes such as ‘Kao Tum,’ a delicious boiled rice porridge often served with pork, fish or shrimp. Other offers on the menu here include the simple yet tasty ‘Moo Grob,’ essentially a fried, crispy pork that pairs well with rice. Niyom offers air-conditioned seating indoors as well as open-air dining. If you are looking for a quick and tasty bite late at night, Niyom restaurant is a good bet!

A staple Thai dish which never disappoints is ‘Pad Krapow.’ A delightful stir-fried dish with the fantastic of Thai holy basil, Pad Krapow is spicy and full of flavor. It is one of the most ordered dishes amongst locals, and nearly every eatery offers it on their menu. Raan Jay Fai is where you can find an exceptionally delicious Pad Krapow. The restaurant is commanded by an elderly lady called Jay Fai who can be found at the outdoor side kitchen cooking up delicious cuisine in her wok

‘Pai Tong’ is the name of an old-fashioned coconut ice cream franchise popular amongst Thai people. Pai Tong is readily distributed among street vendors. It is a refreshing dessert that cools you down in the heat and humidity of Thailand. Although the original flavor is coconut, Pai Tong also offers vanilla, chocolate and taro ice cream flavors, all of which can be served either in a cone or on a bun. Exotic toppings include sweet sticky rice, palm seeds, potatoes and red beans. Pai Tong truly presents an authentic Thai dessert experience that should not be missed!

If you are looking for a sugar rush on wheels, Bangkok is the place. Wandering around the city’s many markets, you are bound to see a varied assortment of desserts. Vendors tend to showcase their tantalizing treats delicately balanced on the side of a motorbike. Vendors serve a wide array of sweet treats including traditional Thai desserts such as jellies and custards, coconut milk dessert dishes and lush sticky rice treats. Thai desserts are everywhere and can be eaten at any time of the day. If you have a sweet tooth, you are in the right place.

Thailand is famous for its rice and within the country there are many varieties. The most popular rice variety is Thai Jasmine White Rice which is served as a staple to nearly every dish.

A popular brand featuring rice with a distinctive purple color is Rice Berry. The taste and aroma of the rice is often described as soft and sticky. Rice Berry is high in folic acid, Vitamin E and antioxidants making it a wise, healthy choice when dining in Bangkok.

Hom Nil Rice is 100% black in color. This variety also has a unique flavor and aroma. As it’s a rare commodity, it tends to be a bit more expensive than other types of rice. However, it is well worth the price.

Brown Rice is becoming increasingly popular in Thailand and more readily available. Light in color, brown rice is highly nutritious and has a delightful nutty taste and chewy texture. If you are looking to eat healthily in Thailand, the nutrient-rich brown and colored rice varieties are best.

Shopping in Bangkok
Where to Start?

Renown for shopping, Bangkok has become one of the world's best retail destinations. From high-end department stores to the hustle and bustle of its colorful street markets, Bangkok offers seemingly limitless shopping experiences.


ICONSIAM is a glamorous retail and entertainment complex, located opposite of hotel on the Chao Phraya River with easy access by boat from our private pier.

MBK Center

MBK (Ma Boon Khrong Center) is known among tourist as a haven for all things affordable, boasting over 2,000 shops in seven floors of retail space. Here, you can purchase mobile phones and photo equipment, video games, street wear, gold ornaments and more.


CentralWorld is the sixth largest shopping complex in the world, offering a variety of fashion brands and entertainment outlets. CentralWorld caters to a modern and youthful lifestyle.

Siam Paragon

Siam Paragon is the destination for luxury shopping and entertainment. It houses international fashion labels, beauty brands, restaurants, a multiplex movie theatre, a grand theatre and an aquarium.

Chatuchak Weekend Market

Chatuchak Weekend Market is a must-visit shopping destination for tourists. Shoppers can spend hours browsing the innumerable stalls, selling diverse collections of merchandise.

Bangkok's Riverside Attractions

Situated on the enchanting Chao Phraya River, the hotel is situated in one of the most scenic locations in Bangkok. The river connects you to many of the top attractions in Bangkok, all reachable by the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat.

Chao Phraya River View

Golf Courses

Discover Some of the Best Golf Courses in Bangkok

Many of the best golf courses in Bangkok are all within close range of the hotel. Internationally renowned for its celebrated golfing facilities, Bangkok is a true golfer’s paradise offering superior amenities, scenic courses, friendly service, and incomparable value.

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