Bangkok – one of the most famous and favourite destinations in Thailand- known as the hottest city in the world, so you’ll definitely want to cool off at the end of your day, whether you’ve been out exploring the sights of the old town or making the most of the fantastic shopping the city has to offer. Hotel pools in Bangkok offer respite from the madness of busy streets, and there are plenty to pick from. Below is the list of the best hotels with pool in this area. Let’s read and start your journey now!

1. Okura Prestige Hotel Bangkok

The swimming pool at Okura Prestige Hotel in Bangkok probably isn’t suitable for those with vertigo, as the water seems to blend into the skyline and it feels as if you could just tumble over the edge! Don’t worry though, we checked and there is a hidden ledge. All rooms come with a view of the Bangkok skyline and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Price from 370USD

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2. Sofitel So Bangkok

If you want to be transported away from the hustle of Bangkok’s busy streets then hop into the lift at Sofitel So Bangkok and head up to the deck, where the infinity pool looks over verdant Lumphini Park. Go underwater to hear some tunes, or swim at night to enjoy one of our favourite views of Bangkok. The Sofitel So swimming pool even hosts its very own party once a month, attracting a crowd of handsome men and beautiful women.

Price from 174USD

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3. St Regis Bangkok

St Regis is well-known for its luxury hotels and doesn’t disappoint, with spacious elegant rooms displaying subtle Thai touches and a marble bathroom fit for a king. The leafy surroundings and the view of the Royal Bangkok Sports Club from the swimming pool at St Regis Bangkok add a Tuscan, whilst the mirrored columns are a modern take on antiquity’s finest.

Price from 244USD

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4. W Hotel in Bangkok

Incredibly cool and so hip it almost hurts, W Hotel in Bangkok has surprises and delights around every corner. The swimming pool here looks good at any time of the day, but the best view is from above, when it looks a little like a Salvador Dali eye, the silver curved eyelash providing shade during sunny day, and a pair of bronze cats playing in the shallow end.

Price from 167USD

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5. Millennium Hilton Bangkok

The swimming pool overlooks the Chao Phraya River and curves gently around the building, making you feel it may go on forever. In fact, the hotel have named this area the beach, although you won’t get sand in between your toes here, with the shore being made of smooth white stone, but you may find the occasional starfish decorating the pool bar.

Price from 147USD

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