Conrad Bangkok

Conrad Bangkok

The selection of luxury hotels in Bangkok is really incredibly large. We chose the five-star Hotel Conrad Bangkok for the second half of our stay in Bangkok. You can find out what amenities the hotel offers and how we liked the rooms in our hotel review.

Arrival and check-in

We drove to the hotel by car and headed for the parking garage. There is an extra floor for hotel guests with direct access to the hotel. However, you have to climb several stairs. An elevator is only available from the floor above. This can be problematic if, like us, you make the mistake of taking your suitcases into the parking garage.

Hoteleingang in der Tiefgarage
Hotel entrance in the underground car park

We were warmly welcomed at the reception and invited as Hilton Diamond guests to the Executive Lounge on the 29th floor. A member of staff escorted us from reception to the lounge where we could make ourselves comfortable during check-in and enjoy afternoon tea. Overall, the check-in process was very professional and lived up to the hotel's five stars. From our booked deluxe room with king-size bed, we have been upgraded to a king executive room.

Lobby des Conrad Bangkok
Lobby of the Conrad Bangkok

Where is Conrad Bangkok located?

Conrad Bangkok is located in the All Seasons Place building complex in the Pathum Wan district in the eastern part of the metropolis. The nearest BTS station, Phloen Chit, is about a 10-minute walk away. In the immediate vicinity is Lumphini Park – a central city park with a man-made lake on the shores of which monitor lizards live.

Lumphini Park
Lumphini Park

What are the rooms (King Executive Room) like at Conrad Bangkok?

Our King Executive Room was located on the 31st floor. Immediately after entering the room, the large bathroom with marble floor was on the right. There was a large freestanding bath, shower and toilet with all sorts of features. The washbasin with a large mirror offered plenty of storage space. The amenities of the Mojave Ghost brand were sufficiently available and of good quality. The bathroom was separated from the sleeping area by a floor-to-ceiling glass pane. To maintain privacy, a curtain could be lowered electrically.

In the hallway there was a large wardrobe with a safe, iron and several drawers. The storage space for clothes was small except for a hanging area. The luggage rack integrated into the wardrobe was also a bit too small for today's luggage.

The sleeping/living area opened to the back, as is customary in hotels, and was furnished with a large king-size bed with several high-quality pillows. To the left and right of the bed were bedside tables with sufficient sockets, USB ports and several light switches. These could be used to switch or dim the various ambient lighting and to operate the electric curtains and blinds. There was also a minibar in the room, which was well stocked – but also with prices equivalent to a five-star hotel. There was another luggage rack under the TV. On the floor-to-ceiling window front there was a desk on the left and a small sofa and a comfortable armchair as well as a coffee table on the right.

How is the breakfast at Conrad Bangkok?

The breakfast restaurant "Cafe@2" was located on the second floor of the hotel. In contrast to many other hotels, I would generally advise against breakfast in the restaurant at Conrad Bangkok and recommend breakfast in the Executive Lounge if possible. This is not so much due to the selection of dishes, but rather to the large crowds and the few tables in the rather dark, tube-like restaurant. For this reason, we only had breakfast there on the first morning.

As already mentioned, the offer was very diverse. There was international cuisine as well as Japanese, Malaysian, Thai and Indian dishes to choose from. Egg dishes such as eggs Benedikt or scrambled eggs were freshly prepared and served at the table. There was also a large fruit and salad buffet. Juices and smoothies were also available. The ambience is as mentioned above, not very inviting. Unfortunately, the dark and elongated breakfast room only offers very few seats at the window at one end. Too bad for such a high level and great hotel.

What is the Executive Lounge like at Conrad Bangkok?

Conrad Bangkok's Executive Lounge is located on the 29th floor and occupies half of the floor. The lounge is spacious and has plenty of seating. Even though the lounge was always very crowded during meal times during our stay, we never had any problems getting a table. However, if you want to have a place at the window front to enjoy the beautiful view of the surroundings, you sometimes have to come a little earlier. The Executive Lounge at Conrad Bangkok is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and offers all-day soft drinks, water, a variety of hot drinks, fruits and nuts, and three meals.

Breakfast in the lounge is served from 6:00 to 10:30 and is very pleasant, unlike the hotel restaurant. On the one hand, the lounge clearly scores with the better view than the breakfast restaurant. It is bright, quieter and the service is a little better than in the restaurant "Cafe@2" on the second floor of the hotel. In addition to a large buffet with various hot and cold dishes, there is also an à la carte option. The menu includes Asian dishes such as dim sum, but also international classics such as eggs benedict or avocado toast.

From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., afternoon tea will be offered in the Executive Lounge. The buffet offers scones with jam and whipped cream, various sandwiches and other treats.

Every evening from 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm there is an evening cocktail and hors d'oeuvres. Upon our arrival, we were escorted to our table by the service staff. In addition to a drinks menu, a selection of canapés is served. Other dishes are offered at the buffet. Here we usually had the choice between 3-4 warm dishes and various desserts. Drinks could be ordered from the staff. The drinks menu offered a rich selection of spirits, three types of beer, two wines, a champagne, various cocktails and mocktails.

Children under the age of 12 are not permitted during the evening cocktail in the Executive Lounge. We already know this regulation from the Conrad Dubai. In Bangkok, however, they have come up with a good solution. So we were able to order a bento box including drinks every evening, which was delivered to our room at the desired time.

Bento Box als alternatives Angebot
Bento Box as an alternative offer

What does the Conrad Bangkok offer for relaxation?

Like most luxury hotels in Bangkok, the Conrad has a swimming pool and fitness centre. In the fitness area, the equipment is no longer quite as modern, but the selection of cardio and strength equipment is very large.

Fitnessbereich im Conrad Bangkok
Fitness area at Conrad Bangkok

The pool is located on the seventh floor and is very nicely landscaped. Here, the age of the hotel has a positive effect. In the tropical garden, the vegetation has already grown very high and offers plenty of shade. There's a large main pool and a smaller hot tub area with a waterfall. The loungers are prepared directly by a service employee on arrival at the pool, then you don't have to worry about anything, that's a great service. The loungers have a good thick cushion and there are also plenty of parasols.

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Our stay at Conrad Bangkok was perfect as expected. Our King Executive Room on the 31st floor offered all the amenities that were important to us. Especially the large king-size bed with several high-quality pillows will remain in our memory. We just slept like a dream in it. As a status guest, you should prefer breakfast in the Executive Lounge to the hotel restaurant. In general, we were very enthusiastic about the offer and ambience of the lounge. As usual in Asia, there is simply still real service and hospitality. In summary, it can be said that a booking at Conrad Bangkok is definitely worthwhile.


My name is Christian and I was born in the green heart of Germany and studied computer engineering in Ilmenau, Thuringia. Since 2021, I live with my wife Christin and our son in Merseburg and work in Leipzig as a product manager. What I love about travelling is flying, discovering delicious food and drink, and staying in great hotels. I am a travel enthusiast and always on the lookout for the next adventure. I have been posting about my experiences on the road since 2007.

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