Capella Bangkok

An urban oasis

River views and outstanding dining

With gorgeous views out over the majestic Chao Phraya River, Capella Bangkok is the perfect place to call home when you’re exploring this part of Thailand. There are 101 suites and villas with river views, each offering you an urban oasis featuring custom artworks and generous marble bathrooms. The decor is inspired by the soul of riverfront life, welcoming the river views inside.

When it comes to dining, pull up a seat and savour authentic Thai family recipes and lose yourself in the dishes created by three Michelin-starred chef Mauro Colagreco at Cote. Or treat yourself to a decadent patisserie and a selection of craft cocktails designed to suit your mood and outfit at Stella.

The personalisation extends to the renowned Auriga spa where tailored wellness is at the core of what they do. Skilled therapists welcome you into a calming space and their integrated approach to healing features both traditional and contemporary practices.


101 suites and villas

Three restaurants

Tea lounge


Swimming pool

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