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Ariyasom Villa

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- Characterful, historic boutique hotel
- Laid back atmosphere
- Transport links close by
- Lovely pool, spa, yoga and meditation

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Ariyasom Villa is a charming and unassuming boutique hotel located right beside the Wat Sri Bunruang canal in Thailand’s capital, Bangkok. This pretty property is set in a characterful and historic 1940’s house although it offers plenty of modern-day creature comforts and conveniences. One of the most appealing things about the hotel is its central location; the Ploen Chit BTS Skytrain Station is a short walk away and offers easy access to many of the city’s top sights. In pleasant contrast to the sometimes frenetic and chaotic character of Bangkok, the villa has a quiet and laid-back feel.

The accommodation comprises 24 handsomely furnished rooms and suites spread across four floors. Each room is decorated in traditional Thai style and features original artworks, reproduction and original antiques, period furniture, silk curtains and wooden floors. All rooms are air conditioned and come with a 32 inch LCD TV with a range of cable channels.

When not exploring the vibrant city of Bangkok, it’s a pleasure to make use of the hotel’s attractive outdoor swimming pool, unwind with a good book in the library or book an indulgent treatment at the Som Sen Spa. Yoga and meditation sessions are also available, with complete beginners just as welcome as more seasoned practitioners. The hotel’s restaurant, Na Aroon, is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers a range of Thai and western cuisine. Specialising purely in vegetarian food, meat isn’t on the menu, so while the food is really delicious, some guests may prefer to dine elsewhere.

Children of all ages are welcome and a babysitting service is available. Children under the age of 12 stay for free and although only one extra bed or one baby cot per room is allowed, interconnecting rooms can be booked to make life easier. Note that cots can be hired for free, though there’s an extra charge to hire an additional bed.

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