Thailand, the kingdom in Southeast Asia is one of those countries that suit every type of traveller, whether you’re on a backpacking budget or you’re on a luxury getaway staying at one of the many amazing hotels in Thailand. Thailand is bordered in the west and northwest by Myanmar, in the south west by the Andaman sea, in the east and north east by lao pdr, in the south east by Cambodia, in the south by the gulf of Thailand, and by Malaysia. Ultimately, there are too many luxurious properties located throughout the whole country which as a result, making a list of your favourite hotels in Thailand was hard but we’ve narrowed it down to make that decision a little bit easier for you.
Though, there are some of the following luxury hotels, if you’re looking for the most amazing hotels in Thailand.
Six Senses Koh Yao Noi
This hotel is one of the most beautiful hotels in Thailand where you can see the characteristic limestone rocks in the Andaman Sea right from your bed or own infinity pool if you decide to stay at the Six Senses Yao Noi, located on the island Koh Yao Noi about 45 minutes by speedboat from Phuket. Plus, this resort is also very close to Koh Phi Phi and Khao Phing Kan (known as James Bond Island), which are both great places to explore on a day trip.
Banyan Tree Bangkok
Along with the Lebua at State Tower (Hangover II), the Moon Bar up on the equally amazing Banyan Tree hotel belongs to the very best in Bangkok which is sure was top notch from the service to the attention to detail in the rooms and yes the Moon Bar was pretty awesome. Unlike the Lebua State Tower, the Moon Bar will most likely not be as crowded with selfie-taking tourists and hence, a bit more classy, and the prices are not significantly lower which is expect to pay at least US$15 for an alcoholic drink up here.
Anantara Golden Triangle
Anantara Golden Triangle is one of those resorts that have probably got the only infinity pool in the world from which you can view three countries. Moreover, at the same time in the same direction, Thailand right in front of you, Myanmar further back, and the mountains in the distance belong to Laos. Though, not to mention the Anantara Golden Triangle it is pretty amazing too, with lots of great view spots. So, if you decide to come during winter, be prepared for night temperatures of only 15°C (59°F), which Thailand usually isn’t known for.