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Chatrium Riverside

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- Private balconies with superb city views
- No fewer than 6 restaurants
- Great facilities - pools, spa, jacuzzi
- Really good value for money

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Chatrium Riverside is a contemporary hotel in a superb location right on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. Combining space, comfort, polished service, great facilities and reasonable prices, the hotel boasts incredible views of Thailand’s bustling capital city and its skyline, along with convenient access to the city’s many attractions.

This expansive property offers an exceptional amount of space and comfort. There are just over a dozen different room categories, though all of them have one really great thing in common: floor-to-ceiling windows which open out on to a private balcony with breathtaking views of either the city or the river. All rooms come with a range of convenient amenities such as a flat-screen TV, a well-equipped kitchenette, coffee and tea making facilities, separate living and dining areas and even an online newspaper. The bathrooms have a separate shower and bathtub, with a hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers provided.

Guests are spoiled for choice when it comes to eating and drinking, as there are no fewer than six different dining venues, ranging from a full-service restaurant to a coffee bar. Enjoy an upscale dining experience at the River Barge Restaurant or head to the Silver Waves Restaurant on the 36th floor for spectacular views and an array of freshly prepared dishes. For al fresco dining there’s international and Thai food at Pier 28, or take in the garden views in the Lobby Lounge while relaxing with snacks and drinks. Last but not least, order refreshing drinks at the Pool Bar or visit Treats Gourmet with its tempting selection of sweets, as well as light meals and drinks.

The hotel’s 35-metre infinity pool is up on the sixth floor, once again offering incredible views. There are also two children’s pools and a jacuzzi. Other facilities include an impressive fitness centre and the Nemita Spa where guests can treat themselves to traditional Thai massages and other indulgent treatments. In addition, there are a number of shops and eateries located within the hotel’s grounds, including Starbucks, 7-Eleven Convenience Store and Saizen Japanese Restaurant.

Chatrium Riverside welcomes children of all ages. There’s a babysitting service available and both cots and extra beds are available on request. While there is no designated children’s programme of activities, the hotel does have the afore-mentioned children’s pools along with an outdoor playground. Parents are reminded, as always, to keep their children under close supervision at all times.

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