Family vacations to the City of Angels can get a bit tricky. The city caters to many travelers, but those traveling as a family don’t seem to be one of its target audiences. The hotels in Bangkok, however, have done an amazing job at making sure their residences accommodate families visiting Thailand. Here The Culture Trip highlights the five best family-friendly hotels.
The Sukosol treats their kid guests just as luxuriously as their parents. In their welcome pack, kids are given a Sukee elephant, activity book, crayons, fun stickers, and a special ID card, which they can use to collect stamps with around the hotel. Children also receive complementary slippers and dressing gowns. They have a professional babysitting service guests can utilize as well. You can also browse their collection of their family-friendly movies and have access to their hotel’s DVD player. The hotel rooms are extremely accommodating for families, with different family rooms to choose from. Each of these has ample space, with two queen beds that are suitable for two adults and two children.
Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside
With 525 rooms to choose from, you’re certain to find the best room to accommodate you and your family at the Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside. You’ll find this family-friendly hotel located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. It’s got a pretty impressive array of dining options, with eight different restaurants and bars to choose from. One of these is the Coconut Terrace. It’s here that you and your family can enjoy fresh seafood baskets and family-style platters that multiple people can share. The hotel also has their Ocean Kid’s Club and babysitting services you can utilize from when you need a break from the family affair. Baby cots are available too should you need them. Don’t forget about the pool, either. Overlooking the Chao Phraya River is the Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside pool, surrounding by palm trees and plenty of lounging chairs.
Adelphi Forty-Nine Hotel
Adelphi Forty-Nine Hotel has everything you need to enjoy your family vacation. The hotel offers an international breakfast buffet that’ll leave you and your family stuffed. It also has a fitness center, swimming pool, and each room has access to major international television programs for your children to enjoy. In addition to this, the hotel offers babysitting services and there’s even a 24-hour, on-call doctor or nurse at the hotel. To get there, take the BTS Skytrain to the Thonglor station. You can get a taxi from there, or it’s about an eight minute walk.
Phranakorn Nornlen Hotel
Boutique Hotel, Hotel
If you and your family are in search of a hotel that feels like a home away from home, look no further than the Phranakorn Nornlen Hotel. This small hotel is located near the Grand Palace, home to the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. This boutique hotel has been open since 2005. They embrace the slow life, a refreshing change of pace from the usual hectic, busy city of Bangkok. This hotel serves up some delicious meals made with organic ingredients for you and your family to enjoy, including their popular homemade waffles and cakes. They also offer different classes on site, including soap carving, soap making, a Thai cooking class, and a sewing class.
Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok
You’re sure to find the perfect room for you and your family at the Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok because there are 560 rooms to choose from! The hotel’s grand deluxe, two-bedroom suite provides you with ample room for a comfortable night’s stay. It also has a three-bedroom suite, for those who are traveling with larger families. Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok has a kids play area, where you can let your family lose to play on the outdoor playground with both swings and slides. There’s also an indoor playroom, colorfully decorated with animated wall murals and more that’s open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Our favorite feature is the resort-style lagoon swimming pool. With lush greenery surrounding the pool in its entirety, you’ll forget that you’re in one of the biggest cities in the world.