Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom
Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom is located in the heart of one of Bangkok’s major business districts and linked to the city’s premier shopping and nightlife centres by the Surasak BTS SkyTrain station, which is just a seven-minute walk away. The two ballrooms, nine individual function rooms and private boardroom can accommodate up to 850 people, while two restaurants, a bar, pool bar, health club, swimming pool and tennis court provide relaxation after a long day.
Enjoy countless attractions and diversions when you stay at the Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom. The hotel is within walking distance of the famed Chao Phraya River and the Sathorn Pier, from which you can access ferries to some of Bangkok’s most historical sites.
Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom is a 45-minute drive from Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The Surasak BTS SkyTrain station is just a quick walk away.
Choose amongst our nine meeting rooms or two lavish grand ballrooms. Each room can be set up for a range of events in your desired style.
The staff at the Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom understands that there is no room for mistakes when it comes to planning your big day. A team of expert wedding planners have years of multi-cultural experience and can offer traditional styles and unique cultural touches that will allow the full flavor of your reception to be felt by every guest. The hotel’s newly updated facilities, including the resplendent Crystal Ballroom, offer state-of-the-art technology and highly customisable floor space, ensuring that any type of event, big or small, will go exactly as planned.
The lunch and breaks in-between spreadsheets and presentations become more enjoyable with tasty bites, quick meals or sumptuous buffet spreads from the two dining outlets at our property.
Feel at home in any of our comfortable guestrooms, each one equipped with modern amenities and refreshing extras.
Activities and Attractions
Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom enjoys a spectacular location a mere 10 minutes away from the city’s renowned Chao Phraya River. Enjoy a luxurious cruise on the river while taking in views of Bangkok’s historical landmarks, or hop onto a ferry and visit the city’s most talked-about riverfront attractions.
Don’t go home without seeing the magnificent 46-metre, gold-plated Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho (www.watpho.com). The sprawling temple complex also houses depictions of over 1,000 other Buddha deities including nearly 400 bronze gods in the temple hall. Wat Pho is also the site of Bangkok’s oldest massage school – there’s no better place to experience an authentic Thai massage.
Chao Phraya River Cruise
See Bangkok from a different perspective on a relaxing cruise down the majestic Chao Phraya River. Nightly river cruises depart from the Saphan Taksin Pier and feature a traditional Thai dinner and live entertainment.
Spend an evening at Asiatique (www.thaiasiatique.com), a large open-air shopping and dining complex by the Chao Phraya River just a few minutes away by shuttle boat from the Saphan Taksin BTS Skytrain station. The venue is home to more than 1,500 retail boutiques, 40 restaurants serving a wide range of cuisine from street-vendor food to French bistro meals and theatres featuring extravagant cultural shows.
Patpong Night Market
After sundown, lower Silom transforms into a bustling night bazaar with a multitude of stalls peddling souvenir items, resort-style clothing, handicrafts and miscellaneous novelties. Patpong also offers a variety of clubs, bars, restaurants and live music.
Indulge your senses in the sights and sounds of this spectacular, world-class cultural show. Siam Niramit (http://www.siamniramit.com/index.php) employs hi-tech special effects, brilliant costumes and astounding stage sets to tell the story of Thailand’s legendary heritage. Before the show, tour the ground and take in displays and exhibitions depicting life in the ancient Lanna Kingdom.