Overview

Associate Resort

Overlooking the Chao Phraya River, this five-star luxury hotel offers a little slice of serenity in bustling Bangkok. The award-winning Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside is the perfect base to explore all of the Thai capital’s fascinating attractions. The hotel runs a free shuttle boat service to the nearby train station, connecting you to the city’s Skytrain network. Cultural attractions including the Grand Palace and the Temple of Dawn are nearby, as well as Asia’s largest night bazaar, located just a short walk from the hotel. This spacious hotel boasts an outdoor pool, sun terrace, five international restaurants, three bars and a huge wellness and spa centre spanning more than 1,000 square metres.

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Key Features
  • Five restaurants and three bars
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Fitness centre
  • 24-hour room service

Features

  • Fitness centre
  • Jacuzzi/whirlpool
  • Yoga and wellness classes
  • Sauna
  • Spa
  • Three bars
  • Five restaurants
  • Steam room
  • Bakery
  • Swimming pool
  • Terrace sundecks
  • 24-hour room service

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Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Bangkok exterior

Resort exterior

Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Bangkok suite

Plaza Suite

Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Bangkok terrace

Terrace


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Things To See and Do

4km

Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn)

The statuesque pagoda of Wat Arun, or The Temple of Dawn, on the bank of Chao Phraya is an iconic landmark of Bangkok’s skyline. The 67 meter tall pagoda is made of cement covered by China porcelains, and famously stands diagonally opposite the Grand Palace.

5km

Grand Palace and Temple of Emerald Buddha

Discover the Royal Grand Palace, an astonishing 60-acre Bangkok landmark that features spectacular Thai architecture with many temples and pagodas, and the magnificent Temple of the Emerald Buddha, all within the vicinity of Bangkok city.

6km

Bangkok National Museum

The National Museum houses a vast collection of artifacts and antiques founded throughout Thailand, divided into periods of time: from pre-historic eras to old kingdoms and the current Rattanakosin era.