Looking to read a detailed Millennium Hilton Bangkok Hotel review before booking your next trip to Thailand? You’ve come to the right place!
This 5-star hotel is located in the heart of the Thai capital’s riverside district, offering jaw-dropping views over the Chao Phraya River.
I spent 2 nights in a luxurious executive suite at the hotel. My Millennium Hilton Bangkok review features info on the hotels accommodation options, spa, pool, restaurants, bars, club lounge and unique on-site amenities.
Book A Luxurious Holiday at Millennium Hilton Bangkok Hotel
Millennium Hilton Bangkok first opened its doors in 2006, undergoing a recent renovation in 2019.
The 32-floor skyscraper is located just 35 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport and within easy reach of the city’s most popular attractions. It is also a short walk from the BTS Skytrain Golden Line, making it easy to get around the city solo.
The hotel is located in Bangkok’s Charoen Nakhon neighbourhood, an area with a mix of residential and commercial zones. One of the most popular attractions in the area is the ICONSIAM shopping complex, which is literally next door. The massive luxury mall sits perched over the riverfront and ranks among the largest shopping malls in Thailand. The hotel is is also conveniently located a short 20 minute boat ride up the Chao Phraya River to the must-visit Grand Palace.
The hotel’s interior design is inspired by the natural elements of the Chao Phraya River. The traditional techniques of riverside communities have been captured within the interior. Crafting life through nature with detailing, such as the traditional weaving of Vetiver Grass, connects hotel guests to the culture of the environment neighbouring the hotel.
The lobby features daily fresh flower arrangements and a stunning display of Siamese fighting fish. These native Southeast Asian fish are renowned for their vibrant colours, flowing fins, and graceful movements. The carefully crafted aquarium showcases their beauty and adds a captivating touch to the hotel’s ambiance.
Millennium Hilton Bangkok Hotel Activities
Millennium Hilton Bangkok features 533 well-appointed rooms with jaw-dropping city and river views.
The hotel’s fitness facilities are located at the lobby level within eforea Spa, open daily from 5:30am to 9pm. The gym features the latest interactive cardio equipment and free weights. The fitness studio also runs a varied program of group classes.
The spa is the perfect place to unwind after marching through the city’s golden temples, offering soothing massages, facials, body treatments and beauty services.
A 20-meter infinity edge pool can be found on the 4th floor. The Beach is the hotel’s poolside bar serving midday snacks and cocktails.
The Executive Lounge is located on Level 31, availably exclusively for guests in the Executive Room and Panoramic Executive Suite offering breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails.
Millennium Hilton Bangkok features 4 distinct dining outlets, from all you can eat breakfast buffets to romantic rooftop bar and jazz lounge.
Millennium Hilton Bangkok Hotel Review Highlights
Bangkok is Southeast Asia’s most vibrant metropolis, a city that offers ancient temples and glimmering palaces contrasted with world class shopping malls and contemporary cuisine.
Much like New York City, Milan and Dubai, Bangkok is home to a plethora of luxury hotels, perfect for celebrating a honeymoon or gay holiday. Many of the world’s top luxury hotel brands have landmark properties in the Thai capital, eager to welcome you on your next splurge-worthy getaway.
Before booking your trip, here are a list of highlights that make the Millennium Hilton Bangkok Hotel stand out from the rest:
- The hotel features a variety of luxury accommodations, from chic guest rooms to a jaw-dropping suites.
- Guests who stay in Executive Rooms or Suites enjoy complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, evening cocktails and canapés.
- Fitness lovers have access to a gym located within the spa at lobby level.
- Tan fans can keep cool on a hot day by relaxing at the outdoor infinity pool, which offers amazing views overlooking the river.
- The hotel is ideal for couples but also accommodates families with children as they offer kid-friendly dining.
- The property features 4 unique culinary concepts, from casual cafe to romantic rooftop jazz bar and poolside eatery.
Millennium Hilton Bangkok Hotel Accommodation
The most important question you have to ask yourself when reading a Millennium Hilton Bangkok Hotel review is, “what type of accommodation would I like to book for my holiday.”
All of the rooms and suites at the Millennium Hilton draw inspiration from Bangkok’s River of Kings, reflecting the energy and charm of the Thai way of life. The design encapsulates the harmonious blend of Bangkok’s antiquity, sense of community, and modernity.
The hotel rooms draw inspiration from Bangkok’s “River of Kings,” reflecting the energy and charm of the Thai way of life. The design encapsulates the harmonious blend of Bangkok’s antiquity, sense of community, and modernity, making the Millennium Hilton Bangkok a destination for guests seeking a rich and contemporary experience.
Skip through the hotel’s ultra-luxe Royal Suite and you’ll find a regal dining room, living room outfitted with comfy sofas, LCD TV, modern workstation, coffee and tea nook, and mini bar.
Spacious bedrooms feature comfy king sized beds and black out curtains while chic bathrooms are outfitted with separate bathtub and rain shower. Sweet smelling bath amenities are provided by Crabtree and Evelyn(R).
If you’re splurging on an Executive Room, Panoramic Executive Suite, or Royal Suite one of the benefits is access to the Executive Lounge on the 31st floor, which offers exclusive perks:
- Complimentary Breakfast Buffet: a wide variety of international dishes.
- Afternoon Tea: finger sandwiches, pastries, and scones.
- Evening Canapés & Cocktails: a selection of wines, beers, and spirits, as well as finger foods.
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Spanning two floors, Eforea Spa offers massages, facials, body treatments, and beauty services. It’s the perfect place to treat yourself after a day spent exploring Bangkok’s bustling markets and temples.
The spa features 12 Thai therapy suites, a hydrotherapy room with Vichy shower, whirlpool, sauna, tranquil outdoor meditation and reflection garden with a sun deck, indoor lounge and yoga studio.
The spa menu includes a mix of traditional Thai treatments and modern spa techniques. Popular treatments on the spa menu include aromatherapy massages, deep tissue massages, hot stone massages, body scrubs, and facials.
The spa’s signature treatment is the Heaven Head Massage. This ancient scalp massage technique releases muscle tensions and sends you into deep relaxation, carrying away stress and tension from a long day of touring.
At the spa oils, lotions, scrubs and masks are by Kerstin Floria, LI’TYA, and Vitaman.
Millennium Hilton Bangkok Restaurants
No Millennium Hilton Bangkok review is complete until you’ve had an opportunity to wag your finger down each of the hotel’s marvellous menus.
The luxury hotel in Bangkok offers guests 4 restaurants, from casual all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet to a romantic rooftop dining accompanied by live jazz. .
Each morning guests at the Millennium Hilton Bangkok gather at FLOW to indulge in an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.
The beautiful brunch buffet features Western favourites as well as Asian morning meal staples like coconut curries, fried noodles and wok-fried vegetables.
FLOW is a chic, sophisticated restaurant serving an array of international cuisine in an all-day dining format. The restaurant’s chefs showcase their expertise across five display kitchens, crafting culinary delights across Thai, Chinese, Indian and European cuisine.
Highlights from the FLOW menu include Smoked Swordfish Ube Salad, Salami and Chorizo Pizza, Porcini Ravioli, Sweet Tamarind Prawns, Spicy Thai Mango Salad and the signature Wagyu Burger.
The lobby-level restaurant also boasts a lavish Sunday Brunch by the river, featuring live music, a slow-cooked wagyu beef station and dessert theatre.
Experience the hotel’s very own island paradise, complete with sun deck and 20 meter infinity edge pool.
Enjoy a day of tanning by the pool with panoramic views while sipping thirst quenching cocktails and light bites. There’s a wide selection of seating options from “in the water lounge chairs,” to comfy bean bags, patio couches and plush lounges in the nearby garden.
Highlights from The Beach menu include Nicoise Salad, Rock Lobster Fettuccini, Fish & Chips and a slew of classic Thai dishes like spicy papaya salad and spring rolls.
The hotel’s lobby café is the perfect place for lovers of fine blended teas and exquisite fresh coffee to sip and nibble throughout the day.
You can enjoy pastries, cakes, savouries, chocolates and desserts in a casually elegant ambience.
The Lanterns’ signature sip is the decadent hot chocolate, prepared with quality Grand Cru Maracaibo. You’ll also find fancy espresso beverages, frappe, smoothies, and loose leaf tea.
If looking for a quick meal The Lantern’s menu features tasty options like Roasted Duck Sandwich, Wild Mushroom Tartine, and Panko Crusted Tofu.
ThreeSixty Jazz Lounge & Rooftop Bar
Set high above the glittering lights of Bangkok’s Chao Phraya on Level 32, the hotel’s romantically lit lounge offers 360° citywide views and live jazz music 6 days a week. Sip chilled champagne and handcrafted cocktails while listening to cool tunes performed by a variety of avant-garde musicians and classic vocalists.
On Level 31 down a short flight of stairs you can enjoy a romantic al fresco dinner at ThreeSixty Rooftop Bar.
ThreeSixty Rooftop Bar is renowned for its sophisticated ambiance, providing a chic and stylish setting with both indoor and outdoor seating options. The outdoor area has a terrace with comfortable sofa seating and stunning views of the city.
If you’re feeling peckish wag your finger down the ThreeSixty Lounge menu and pair your cocktail with a few finger foods. Highlights from the menu include Crispy Cajun Shrimps, Cheese Jalapeno Croquettes, and Fresh Vietnamese Spring Rolls.
Fun Things To Do In Bangkok
While it’s easy to relax in the lap of luxury at your luxurious hotel pool or spa we suggest booking fun tours to experience all that Bangkok has to offer!
No trip to Bangkok is complete until you’ve visited the Grand Palace and many of the city’s golden glimmering temples. Many local tour operators offer fun tours for those who want to experience the city by tuk tuk, bicycle, riverboat or on foot.
Book one of these private or group tours to enjoy an authentic Thai experience that is sure to make your Bangkok getaway unforgettable.
- Private Bangkok Airport Transfer: arrive to Bangkok with ease by booking a private airport transfer in advance.
- Private 8 Hour “Best Of Bangkok In A Day”: first time visitors to Bangkok will love this full day private city tour featuring all of the city’s top attractions.
- Bangkok Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour: enjoy sightseeing in the Thai capital at your own pace with a hop-on hop-off bus pass good on the Elephant GoGo Double Decker Bus. With 15 stops, you can explore many of the city’s top attractions.
- Calypso Ladyboy Cabaret Show: enjoy a night of dazzling entertainment at one of Bangkok’s most famous Ladyboy shows.
- Bangkok At Night: Temples, Markets and Food By Tuk-Tuk: on this 4 hour tour enjoy the magical of Bangkok at night via tuk tuk. Stops include temples, flower market, street food snacks and dinner at a local restaurant.
- Bangkok Walking Food Tour: join a fun small group walking tour to explore Bangkok’s famous street food scene. Sample dishes like pork with sticky rice and papaya salad.
- Manohra Luxury Dinner River Cruise: hop on a classy dinner cruise on a restored antique rice barge. Admire views of Bangkok’s twinkling skyline while enjoying a 4-course meal.
- Bangkok Jungle Bike Tour: fitness fans will love this 4 hour bike tour exploring Bangkok’s most beautiful natural spaces. Includes a delicious Thai lunch.
- Half Day Tour Royal Grand Palace & Bangkok Temples: this 5 hour private tour visits Bangkok’s most famous attractions: Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Wat Traimit
- Food Market Tour + Thai Cooking Class: master the basics of Thai cuisine on this tasty tour, featuring a guided market visit followed by a cooking class with a professional chef in Bangkok.
- Muay Thai Show at Rajadamnern Stadium: sports enthusiasts shouldn’t leave Thailand without watching a Muay Thai Thai Kickboxing match.
- Railway Market, Floating Market & Salt Farm Tour: this popular 7 hour tour takes out outside of Bangkok to visit the famous Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Railway Market. Includes a boat ride.
- Full Day Ayutthaya Historical Park Small Group Tour: this 9 hour day group tour visits the UNESCO Ayutthaya Historical Park located north of Bangkok.
- Pattaya and Coral Island Tour: this 13 hour group tour visits Pattaya and nearby Coral Island where you can swim and snorkel.
- River Kwai Full Day Tour: this 11 hour group tour includes a visit to the infamous bridge on the River Kwai, built by Allied prisoners of war (POW) during World War II. It includes a visit to a war cemetery, Japanese POW camp and buffet lunch.
123 Charoen Nakhon Rd, 66-2-442-2000
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