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Thailand Accommodation

Below are a selection of hotels and resorts that we recommend in Thailand, grouped by region.  Our dedicated team have hand picked the best hotels for your Thailand holiday, each one of them has been visited and we are available to answer any questions you may have.

    Bangkok & Kanchanaburi

    • Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort

      Anantara Bangkok Riverside is a welcome addition to the Bangkok hotel scene and is a resort style luxury hotel located right on the Chao Praya River. One of its best features is the setting in 11 acres of peaceful, verdant tropical gardens making it an oasis from the bright lights of the buzzing Thai capital.

    • Banyan Tree Bangkok

      The Banyan Tree Bangkok is one of the tallest and most stylish luxury hotels in the Thai capital, with fabulous panoramic views over the city. It combines the old world charm of Thailand with the elegant and understated sophistication synonymous with the Banyan Tree brand.


    • The Peninsula Bangkok

      One of Bangkok’s best known hotels, The Peninsula's reputation for the finest quality and excellent service is consistently well-deserved. Located on the banks of the Chao Praya river, it enjoys uninterrupted views across the lifeline of this busy city. Use the hotel’s own teakwood barge service to hop between the Peninsula and nearby shopping complexes or the closest skytrain station.

    • Ariyasom Villa

      Ariyasom Villa is a charming little boutique hotel tucked away on a quiet street close to the Thai capitals famous Sukhumvit Road. It enjoys a tranquil setting, surrounded by lush tropical gardens which create a peaceful oasis in the heart of the big city. 

    • Hintok River Camp

      Nestled on a ridgetop overlooking the world famous River Kwai in Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province, this unique tented camp is located at Hellfire Pass on the same site as the World War 2 Japanese military-based camp. It is also close to the Hellfire Pass Museum where you can read the true story of the Thai-Burma Railway and its construction by allied prisoners of war.

    • Paradee

      Just a two hour drive and short ferry ride from Bangkok, Paradee is located on the island of Koh Samet, an ideal choice for those who prefer not to take an additional flight down to one of the islands in the south of Thailand. 

    • SALA Rattanakosin

      SALA Rattanakosin is a boutique bolthole in the heart of Bangkok’s Old City area. Within a stone’s throw of the infamous Wat Pho and Grand Palace, those who are keen to see the sights and travel by foot rather than taxi will be right at home here. Located down an inconspicuous city side street lined with food stalls and warehouses, the almost hidden entrance is a welcome oasis to step into after a long day’s sight seeing.

    • Shangri-La Bangkok

      Locations don’t get much better than the Shangri-La Bangkok, a large hotel with prime position on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, next door to the Sky Train and a few minutes from the river boats terminus.

    • Siam Siam Design Hotel

      A very cool and hip design hotel with an excellent location on the doorstep of the shopping, restaurants and bars of vibrant Siam Square and within walking distance of Jim Thompson’s house and nearby MBK shopping and entertainment complex. Siam @ Siam is a great option for those looking to be in the heart of it all.

    • The Metropolitan Bangkok

      The Metropolitan is Bangkok’s premier address for those seeking a fashionable, ultra-modern and hip destination. Located on South Sathorn road, the Metropolitan is a short taxi ride to the shopping of Siam Square or the nightlife and restaurants on Silom Road. 

    Chiang Mai and Northern Thailand

    • Anantara Golden Triangle

      Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle are located in Thailand’s far north and for many years a region shrouded in mystery. The ‘golden triangle’ is where the borders of Thailand, Laos and Myanmar (Burma) collide and undoubtedly boasts some of the most dramatic scenery anywhere in the country.  

    • Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai

      Located 30 minutes from Thailand’s cultural capital, Chiang Mai in the Mae Rim Valley, the location of the Four Seasons is perfect for a rural Thai escape with access to all the highlights of northern Thailand. 

    • Tamarind Village

      Located in the heart of Chiang Mai, Thailand’s cultural hub, Tamarind Village is a charming and unique Lanna-style boutique property.  Found at the end of an inviting bamboo lined driveway just off one of the main streets that runs through the walled old town of the city, the resort is typically northern Thai architecturally set around a series of garden courtyards.  One of the courtyards is home to a 200-year-old Tamarind tree from which the resort takes its name.

    • 137 Pillars House

      The charming boutique 137 Pillars House was originally an old colonial house, built in the early 1800’s, designated to foreigners by the Siam Government, and it was built around the construction of 137 pillars, hence the name. Converted into a hotel in 2012 the design is spectacular, fully capturing the elegance of by-gone days, but with a contemporary finish. Located close the banks of the Mai Ping river it is just a short taxi ride from the centre of Chiang Mai and the lively night markets.

    • Anantara Chiang Mai Resort

      Simply one of Northern Thailand’s most elegant, stylish and luxurious hotels, the Anantara Chiang Mai combines the facilities of a luxury hotel with a highly convenient location, just a five minute walk from the famous Night Market. The site itself was home to the former British Consulate and thus enjoys one of Chiang Mai’s prime locations, on the banks of the Mae Ping River. The main Consulate building dates back to the 1920’s and has been integrated into the hotel – it is now the location of the stylish restaurant, whose leather chairs and colonial style afternoon tea are designed to recreate the British club feel.

    • Four Seasons Tented Camp

      Four Seasons Tented Camp is one of those special remote hideaways which has to be seen to be believed. 15 luxurious tents are nestled into the jungle by the Ruak River, overlooking Laos and Myanmar in Thailand’s Golden Triangle. This is a truly exceptional place! Not only is the natural setting stunning but you are also overlooking elephants grazing in their natural habitat below the tents. 

    • Lanjia Lodge, Golden Triangle

      A stay at Lanjia Lodge offers a unique opportunity to live amongst the Hmong Villages in a community based lodge in Chiang Rao Province in northern Thailand. Offering dramatic views of the Mekong Valley and Laos, the lodge is building in complete harmony with the lush green environment as well as the Hmong and Lahu villages in which it is located.

    • Raya Heritage Chiang Mai

      Those seeking a serene escape on the outskirts of the bustling ancient city should look no further, as the tranquil atmosphere of Raya Heritage provides a balance of Thai charm with luxurious contemporary touches. 

    Hua Hin & Cha Am

    • Aleenta Pranburi

      Located on the quiet beach at Pranburi, just South of Hua Hin, the Aleenta was the first of Thailand's two Aleenta properties and is an individual, unique and truly boutique hideaway. The emphasis here is on relaxation and getting away from it all. The rooms do not have televisions (although all include yoga mats and iPods) and the resort is located on a secluded stretch of coastline. There are several categories of rooms, all slightly different and the property is ideal for those who shun the luxury and facilities of a larger resort in search of something more personal and more intimate. As soon as you enter the lobby, the feeling is more relaxed and homely than that of a traditional resort.

    • SO Sofitel Hua Hin (was Hotel De La Paix)

      The stylish SO Sofitel is located in Cha Am, a low key seaside town close to the popular resort of Hua Hin, just a two hour drive south of Bangkok. The hotel is set on a long stretch of beach overlooking the Gulf of Thailand and offers an easily accessible hideaway for those not wanting to fly to Thailand's islands. It is ideal for a relaxing, pampering sojourn at the beginning or the end of an itinerary to Thailand or Indochina.

    Koh Kood

    • Soneva Kiri

      Seen from above Soneva Kiri appears as a scattering of white canopies punctuating the emerald green of the jungle, curving around a gentle bay filled with impossibly blue water and gleaming white sand. Reached by private plane from Bangkok, Koh Kood is the Thailand of old, peaceful beaches, untamed jungle and smiling fishermen peacefully going about their business.

    Koh Samui & Koh Phangan

    • Anantara Rasananda

      You have probably been to Koh Phangan before, as part of the well-trod backpacker trail and the hot, intoxicating Full Moon parties that were a rite of passage. Full Moon parties still take place on Haad Rin Beach, some 30 minutes away but this is an altogether more refined affair, where chilled cocktails and stylish private pool villas are the order of the day – a much more sophisticated option than warm beer and sleeping on the sand!

    • Belmond Napasai

      Belmond Napasai is a charming boutique property with understated elegance and splashes of Thai flavour, located on a private beach with a swathe of villas lying along the beach front and sneaking up the hillside behind. 

    • SALA Samui

      SALA Samui is a great option for honeymooners and couples looking for a romantic, luxurious and peaceful retreat. It is located on a quiet stretch of beach in Choeng Mon, a scenic and low key area in the north-east of Koh Samui, just 15 minutes from the airport. This part of the island offers an ideal escape with easy access to the bars and nightlife of Chaweng Beach or the restaurants at the quaint Bo Phut Fishermans Village, both just a short taxi ride away.

    • Six Senses Samui

      It feels like a million miles from anywhere, peaceful and secluded with some of the most jaw-dropping views over the Gulf of Siam we have seen. In true Six
      Senses style it has a real feel of rustic luxe but there is absolutely no compromise on the luxury element, the blend is just perfect.

    • Anantara Bo Phut

      Located in the serene Fisherman’s Cove at Bo Phut on the island of Koh Samui, Anantara is the perfect secluded hideaway. The resort is built in traditional Southern Thai style and boasts opulent furnishings as well as a luxurious and elegant spa.  

    • Anantara Lawana Resort & Spa

      Anantara Lawana nestles at the very northern end of Chaweng beach on Koh Samui - far enough from the hustle and bustle of this busy area to be a tranquil oasis, yet close enough for guests to take advantage of the many shops, restaurants and bars Chaweng has to offer.

    • Banyan Tree Samui

      There are many beachfront, luxury resorts on Koh Samui, and indeed in Thailand, but every now and again you come across one which seems to epitomise everything you would expect from a fabulous retreat in the ‘land of smiles’. The Banyan Tree Samui is just such a place. Set into the hillside, the resort commands exceptional views over the sapphire waters of Lamai Bay which lap the pristine white sands of the beach below.

    • Melati Beach Resort & Spa

      Melati Beach Resort is another Turquoise favourite, perfect for both couples and families it’s certainly one of Koh Samui’s hidden gems. It enjoys a secluded beachfront setting at unspoiled Thongson Bay on Samui’s northern-most tip, just 10 minutes from the airport and within easy reach of the island’s lively Chaweng Beach area as well as the renowned Bo Phut Fisherman’s Village, with its many shops and restaurants. Koh Samui (Thailand’s third largest island and one of its original island destinations) is located in the Gulf of Thailand, off the country’s east coast, and is easily accessible via direct flights from Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

    • Outrigger Koh Samui Beach Resort

      The only resort on the serene Hanuman Bay, Outrigger is a true hideaway yet also within easy reach of the renowned night life and restaurants of Fisherman’s Village or Chewang Beach.

    • Santiburi Beach Resort

      Santiburi Beach Resort, a member of the exclusive ‘Leading Hotels of the World’ group, is located on a 300 metre private swimming beach in Mae Nam Bay on the north coast of Koh Samui, just 15 minutes from Samui Airport and 5 minutes from Bo Phut fisherman’s village with its many shops, restaurants and bars. The resort offers 71 luxurious Suites and Villas set within 23 acres of exotic palm filled gardens. Perfect for both honeymooners and families looking for secluded luxury within easy reach of local life.

    • Zazen

      If you crave the intimacy and charm of a boutique family-run establishment then look no further than the truly enchanting Zazen.

    Krabi & Ko Lanta

    • Pimalai Resort & Spa

      There is something really quite special about Pimalai, the name translates from the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit as ‘little patch of heaven’ and it goes without saying that the location is idyllic. Koh Lanta is a very peaceful place, a natural island with a quiet charm that is thankfully still largely unspoiled with beautiful beaches and soaring emerald green mountains but it is more than this that makes Pimalai so extraordinary. We think it’s the luxury of somewhere very special that manages to be very unique and exclusive but without any of the fuss. Overlooking beautiful Kantiang Bay and surrounded by native forest, this well laid out and low-rise resort sits absolute beachfront and then clambers into the hills behind. Access to the resort is from the mainland jetty by launch – all adding to the sense of exclusivity. 

    • Rayavadee

      If your expectation of a beach escape in Thailand involves giant sun-kissed limestone karsts rising majestically from the ocean and white sand beaches encircling jungle clad hillsides, then Rayavadee might just be the place for you. Although theoretically located on the mainland, the resort is dotted across a beautiful peninsula and only accessible by boat.

    • Tubkaak

      Tubkaak translates as ‘home for visitors’ and in a hidden corner of Thailand, facing an archipelago of islands that rise dramatically from the Andaman Sea, this little known resort is set against a backdrop of fine white sand and aquamarine waters.

    • Layana Resort & Spa

      This lovely adults only resort spills throughout beautiful gardens onto vast swathe of white sand beach on the island of Koh Lanta. Set within the Mu Koh Lanta National Park – a breath-taking marine archipelago that is home to luxuriant tropical rainforests and an underwater world splashed rainbow-bright with colourful coral and a hugely rich diversity of marine creatures.  

    Phuket, Khao Lak & Islands

    • Elephant Hills Tented Jungle Camps

      Inspired by the African safari camps Elephant Hills is the first luxury camp of its kind in Thailand. Set in two locations – the original camp has 30 tents in a stunning position with expansive views of the jungle and river below, while the Rainforest Camp offers 10 tents set on a floating platform on Cheow Larn Lake – for the ultimate experience we recommend a night in each.  

    • Six Senses Yao Noi

      There is a distinct feel of the ‘Jungle Book’ meets ‘Castaway’ about Six Senses Yao Noi and if Mowgli was all grown-up, and looking for a luxurious, sensuous retreat, this is most definitely where he would come! Resting in the ocean halfway between Phuket and Krabi, amongst the iconic limestone shards of Phang Nga Bay, getting there is all part of the experience. It’s just a 45 minute boat transfer from Phuket or 20 minutes by speedboat from Krabi.

    • The Sarojin

      This truly elegant, Thai-style resort is a secluded tropical retreat, offering undisturbed privacy and a very warm welcome on a pristine swathe of beach.

    • Anantara Layan

      Tucked away in a secluded cove at the northern end of Bang Tao, one of Phuket’s most picturesque Bays, Anantara Layan is a gorgeous resort with a collection of rooms, villas and residences spread over a jungle clad hillside. Just ten minutes from the lively bars and local restaurants of Bang Tao Bay or Surin Beach it really is ideal for those seeing seclusion but within easy access of local restaurants.

    • Anantara Mai Khao Phuket Villas

      With a secluded location in the north of the island we love the very tranquil and utterly romantic aura that pervades the Anantara Phuket Villas – if you are looking to avoid Phuket’s sometimes loud, brash, busy persona then this may just be the place for you.

    • COMO Point Yamu

      COMO Point YAMU is one of Phuket’s finest properties. Tucked away on the tip of Cape Yamu to the east of Phuket Old Town, the seclusion, privacy and hilltop view over Phang Nga Bay are the defining features which make this hotel unique.

    • Kata Thani Beach Resort

      Spread amongst beautifully manicured gardens, directly on one of Phuket longest stretches of private unspoilt Beach, sits four star Kata Thani Beach Resort. It is an ideal choice for those who enjoy the facilities of a larger hotel and the option to walk to local restaurants and bars. 

    • Koyao Island Resort

      If you are seeking a peaceful and beautiful location with authentic Thai hospitality then Kohyao Island Resort is just the place. This boutique retreat is located on the remote island of Yao Noi, a lovely little island, sandwiched between Krabi and Phuket in the magnificent Phang Nga Bay. Only lightly touched by tourism Yao Noi is beautiful and unspoilt, beyond the resort there are a handful of local restaurants but this is not the place for buzzing nightlife.

    • Rosewood, Phuket

      Tucked away on a beautiful beach in Emerald Bay, on the south-west coast of Phuket, Rosewood Phuket is a secluded hideaway and yet is only ten minutes from the busy bars and restaurants of Patong Bay. 

    • Sailing in Phang Nga Bay

      The incredible Islands of Phang Nga Bay are an unmissable part of any holiday to Thailand. However, you do have to share them with everyone else. On a live-aboard Dream Yacht Charter trip, you can spend either 3 or 7 nights sailing amongst the beautiful islands, 

    • SALA Phuket

      SALA Phuket Resort and Spa is a fantastic choice for honeymooners and those simply looking for a luxurious retreat to indulge in some serious pampering and well-earned R&R. Set on Phuket’s pristine Mai Khao beach on the north-west coast, SALA enjoys one of the islands best locations thanks to its proximity to many of Phuket’s attractions. It is just a short drive from the airport and many of the island marinas which are used to access Phang Nga Bay’s beautiful limestone islands, not to mention an easy drive north to Khao Lak or south to enjoy the bright lights and nightlife of the islands famous southern beaches, Patong, Karon and Kata. Mai Khao beach itself is a national park and protected turtle nesting site, so the handful of resorts located here are set a few meters back from the beach to avoid light pollution disturbing the turtles. 

    • The Racha

      The Racha offers exclusive luxury on its tiny island paradise.  Nestled in a picture perfect bay with a beautiful white sand beach and clear turquoise water – its location really is quite exquisite.   The island of Koh Racha is just 40 minutes by speedboat from the marina on Phuket.

    • The Shore

      The Shore is a pool villa resort set against the soft white sands of Kata Noi beach in the far south of the island.

    • The Slate (Formerly Indigo Pearl), Phuket

      Located on the island of Phuket, just ten minutes from the airport, the award-winning The Slate is just minutes from the white sands of Nai Yang Beach. Designed by Bensley Design Studios and inspired by Phuket’s tin mining past, The Slate’s architecture and décor combines mining themes with Thai chic giving the resort a truly unique, quirky and fun feel.

    • The Surin

      Overlooking one of the best beaches in Thailand, with a backdrop of rolling jungle-clad hills, this charming resort is as distinctive in its setting as it is in its design. The tranquil and secluded white sand of Pansea Bay, washed by the clear warm turquoise water of the Andaman Sea, is the stuff of dreams… whilst the architecturally designed cottages and suites of The Surin are some of the most sought after on Phuket!

    • Trisara

      Tucked away on its own private stretch of unspoilt beach on the busy island of Phuket, you’d think you’ve been transported to a remote paradise, not 15 minutes from the airport and within 10 minutes’ drive of the plentiful restaurants and bars of Phuket. Trisara really is the cream of the crop when it comes to location and setting – it is a small intimate retreat, simple in design with elegant Thai touches and beautiful gardens.

    • Zeavola

      Zeavola is the only luxury resort on the beautiful island of Phi Phi. Located on a secluded stretch of white sand beach on the northern tip of the island, away from the main touristy areas, Zeavola is the perfect getaway to relax and recharge.

Hotel of the month: Six Senses Con Dao

This rustic yet luxurious tropical retreat is surrounded by nature and fronted by wide, gleaming-white sands on the unspoilt island of Con Dao, a short flight from Ho Chi Minh City – the perfect beach ending to a top-to-toe journey through Vietnam.

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Hotel of the month: Six Senses Con Dao

This rustic yet luxurious tropical retreat is surrounded by nature and fronted by wide, gleaming-white sands on the unspoilt island of Con Dao, a short flight from Ho Chi Minh City – the perfect beach ending to a top-to-toe journey through Vietnam.