From 991
Available from:
12 March 2023
Available to:
26 October 2023
Paris + 7 cities
4 to 14 nights
1 to 14
Meal plan:
Star rating:
4 stars
Transport  Transfer  Free Wi-Fi  Pool 


981 Si Lom, Khwaeng Silom, Khet Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Bangkok (“Krung Thep Maha Nakhon” as it is known by the Thai) is a city like no other with its eclectic, modern and traditional take on culture. This wonderland is the capital of the Thai Kingdom in South East Asia. It comes as no surprise that it was awarded the title of one of the top 10 travel destinations in the world, given its ever-increasing popularity. There’s never a dull moment in the City of Angels Bangkok with its many contrasts and sensory rich experiences. Come on a stay in Bangkok and discover the taste of Thailand menu cuisine – delectable restaurant and street food – exciting destinations including the Patpong Night Market or the Chatuchak Weekend Market, the largest in the country. Experience Thailand’s unique cultural heritage like the royal temple of Wat Phra Kaew and the other incredible palaces, shrines and temples synonymous with Thailand.

Your stay in Bangkok at the 4-star Holiday Inn Bangkok Silom Hotel, on the popular Si Lom Road (situated next to the Chao Phraya River) will ensure you never skip a beat in this vibrant city. This lively commercial district offers a number of trendy bars, boutiques, restaurants and retail stores. In addition to its close proximity to popular tourist attractions, the hotel also offers: tuk-tuk rides to Surasak BTS Skytrain Station, access to two swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), daily buffet breakfasts to get a taste of Thailand menu, a sauna, steam room, tennis court and a fitness centre open from 05:30 to 23:00 to enjoy the City of Angels Bangkok when you stay in Bangkok.

From €785 per person for 8 days and 5 nights. Non-contractual information as of 28 May 2024.


Departures are available from Bordeaux, Brussels, Geneva, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris and Toulouse.

  • The hotel is situated in Sathorn, one of Bangkok’s main commercial districts. Attractions include: skyscrapers, shops, bars, restaurants, clubs and street vendors.
  • The spacious hotel rooms (32 m²) can comfortably accommodate two adults and one child.
  • Outstanding facilities and services include access to the sixth-floor indoor swimming pool (20m-long), concierge services, luggage porter and currency exchange.
  • The present-day King of Thailand, Rama X, ascended the throne in 2016 after the death of his father Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX). The highly revered Bhumibol Adulyadej ruled the country for 70 years, the world’s longest serving leader. During his reign, Bhumibol amassed an estimated fortune of 25 billion euros. The Dusit Palace (Chitralada Palace) in Bangkok houses the royal family and is the seat of Thailand’s constitutional monarchy.
  • Rattanakosin Island is Bangkok’s Old Town and present-day historic and cultural centre. The former walled city was protected in the late 18th-century by a number of moats, a result of merging canals (or khlong). It is the reason Bangkok is also commonly known as the “Venice of the East” (or Asia). Some of these traditional canals still feature on the right banks (western half) of the Chao Phraya River, in Thonburi.
  • Buddhism is the state religion of Thailand with almost 95% of its 64 million population as Buddhists. The country boasts about 40,000 Buddhist temples; the majority of them open to the public (only 1% of these are in Bangkok, the capital).
  • Should your booking be affected by Covid-19 restrictions, you will be issued a 100% refund (credit notes do not apply).
  • The price excludes application fees.
  • The hotel offers a 24-hour in-room dining service including a brasserie, two bars and a bakery. “Happy hour” is available at the pool bar in the evenings. Medical and childcare services are available on request.