[Thailand: Bangkok] Hotel Review: Four Seasons Bangkok

Follow me to Four Seasons Bangkok - currently ranked #3 on World's 50 Best Hotels! Designed by renowned architect Jean-Michel Gathy, the urban resort oozes tranquility with its interconnected courtyards and beautiful waterscapes as extensions of the Chao Phraya river. Rooms start from 50 sqm with modern decor and floor-to ceiling windows overlooking the courtyard and river. Whether it’s chilling by the multi-layered infinity pools, getting a massage at the Urban Wellness Center, or checking out the F&B offerings at the hotel, there’s more than enough to do without ever leaving the property!


Rooms at the hotel start from 50 sqm and ranges from 5 different room types and 8 types of suites. We stayed in a Deluxe River View Room with views of the open courtyard and the Chao Phraya River. 

Mini bar in the room

Welcome snack

View from our room


The hotel has an impressive Urban Wellness Center onsite which encompasses a spa, salon, fitness center and 2 swimming pools. A variety of lessons and programs are on offer including boxing, yoga, aquatic exercises and more.


For dining, options include a French restaurant Brasserie Palmier, the all-day Italian restaurant Riva del Fiume, the award-wining bar BKK Social Club and more. During our stay, we had a lovely dim sum lunch paired with champagne at its Cantonese restaurant Yu Ting Yuan! The new Executive Chef Tommy Cheung hails from Hong Kong, and has previously worked at Yan Toh Heen and Ya Ge in Taipei. The dim sum and barbecue were well-executed - the crispy skin of the suckling pig and roast pork were excellent in particular. We had a wonderful time here enjoying comfort Cantonese flavors while admiring the views of a beautiful zen garden and reflection pond.

Our menu:

Har-Gao shrimp dumpling
Scallop Sui-Mai dumpling with pork and shrimp
Crystal black truffle dumpling with crab meat

紫薯海皇天鵝酥 / 斑斕花膠咸水角
Deep-fried purple sweet potato swan puff
Deep-fried fish maw puff with pandan

Chef’s signature barbecue selection

Double-boiled fish maw soup with matsutake mushroom and conpoy

Wok-fried lotus root and mixed vegetable

Fried rice with lobster and scallop in X.O sauce

Bird’s nest milk custard in coconut

A full spread of breakfast buffet is served everyday at the Italian restaurant Riva del Fiume with made-to-order egg dishes and freshly baked pizzas.

Thank you Four Seasons Bangkok for the fabulous stay!

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