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NEXT HOTELS Riva Surya Bangkok

Luxury and comfort along the river

Situated along the Chao Phraya River and surrounded by heritage sites like the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Arun, Riva Surya Bangkok offers an idyllic urban getaway in the heart of this cosmopolitan city. This modern boutique hotel in Bangkok features 68 beautifully designed rooms, elegant dining options, a riverside swimming pool and leisure facilities for both business and leisure travellers.

All Yours

A luxurious urban oasis

Being at Riva Surya means having a luxurious experience along the famed Chao Phraya River that comes with comfort that is served with warm Thai hospitality. Despite its idyllic setting, this boutique hotel is actually right in the heart of the city and is conveniently connected via the Chao Phraya Express boats and the Skytrain. It is therefore the ideal urban getaway for business and leisure travellers to Bangkok.

Explore Our Rooms

Accommodation in Bangkok

2 Adults, 1 Child(max.)

32-34 SQM

1 King Bed or 1 Twin Bed

These 32 – 34sqm guest rooms are designed with comfort as priority. The rooms are fitted with a choice of king or twin beds.
Prices from

Baht ฿3,024.64

2 Adults(max.)

30 SQM

1 Double Bed or 1 King Bed

The 30 sqm Riva Rooms afford partial views of the Chao Phraya River.
Prices from

Baht ฿3,534.41

2 Adults, 1 Child(max.)

48 SQM

1 King Bed or 1 Twin Bed

Luxuriate in this generous 48sqm premium room whilst enjoying your own personal view of the Chao Praya River from the private balcony.
Prices from

Baht ฿4,282.07

Hotel Facilities

Comfort & Convenience

Free Wi-Fi

Reception

24 Hour

Restaurant

BABBLE & RUM | The Garden

Conference Facilities

Swimming Pool

Outdoor

Business Center

Kiosk with 2 computers

BBQ Area

On request

Gym

Elevator

Lift

Laundry

Dry Cleaning Service

Interconnecting Rooms

Non-Smoking Rooms

Cafe

Bar / Lounge

Wheelchair Access

Parking

Free | Secured | On-site Undercover (Limited Space)

Hotel Facilities

Comfort & Convenience

Free Wi-Fi

Reception

24 Hour

Restaurant

BABBLE & RUM | The Garden

Conference Facilities

Swimming Pool

Outdoor

Business Center

Kiosk with 2 computers

BBQ Area

On request

Gym

Elevator

Lift

Laundry

Dry Cleaning Service

Interconnecting Rooms

Non-Smoking Rooms

Cafe

Bar / Lounge

Wheelchair Access

Parking

Free | Secured | On-site Undercover (Limited Space)

Feasting and Drinking

Thai Dining

Whether you choose to have a meal at our all-day diner or you are just after a drink at the bar, you will be treated to sweeping views of the Chao Phraya River and the heritage sites lining it. The perfect way to take in a slice of Bangkok's best.

Enjoy

Sweet Deals

accommodation
Honeymoon Package

  • 3 night's accommodation in a spacious Premium Riva Room (riverview with private balcony)
  • Daily buffet breakfast at babble & rum Restaurant
  • One-way airport limousine transfer from airport to hotel
  • A candle-light dinner at The Garden
  • A boat trip to Klong Bangkoknoi and visit Artist House along the way
  • Exotic Thai fruit basket on arrival
  • A bottle of sparkling wine
  • Heart-shaped flower petal bed turn-down
From

Baht ฿30,000

Guest Reviews

“Great place to stay with easy access to the local area via the street or the river.”

“ Good: The staff was very friendly and remembered our names and room numbers ”
Stuart, United States of America BOOKING.COM, 19 Jul 2017

Guest Reviews

“Lovely busy riverside hotel”

“ Good: Staff were really helpful and pleasant it was a lovely riverside location and we used the river boats to get around Bad: Breakfast wasn't great for the ... ”
Carole, United Kingdom BOOKING.COM, 22 Jul 2017

Guest Reviews

“An excellent stay on the Chao Phraya River”

“ Good: The location of this hotel influenced our choice - access to river boats and Khao San Road meant that we could choose where to eat, and use the river boat... ”
Kerrin, Australia BOOKING.COM, 22 Jul 2017

Guest Reviews

“Cozy 4 stars”

“ Good: Staff super helpful. The hotel restaurant is superior in quality. Totally worth to dinner/lunch. Bad: The view from some rooms aren't the best. (To stre... ”
Zuzzu, Brazil BOOKING.COM, 18 Jul 2017

Guest Reviews

“Perfect!”

“ Good: Perfect hotel. Extremely clean. Design was beautiful and pool was great to cool off after a day is sight seeing. Location is great too with river taxi rig... ”
Phillip, United Kingdom BOOKING.COM, 20 Jul 2017

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Riva Surya Bangkok

Maharaj Neighbourhood

Tha Prachan Amulet Market

The Prachan is considered the largest and oldest amulet market in Bangkok. Many Thai Buddhists believe that these religious talismans, often containing images of the Buddha or sacred objects and usually worn around the neck, have special properties of protection and good luck.

Bangkok National Museum

Formerly part of Wang Na Palace, these ornate pavilions have been home to the royal collection of King Rama 4 and other objects of historical interest since 1926. The museum houses three permanent exhibitions: the gallery of Thai history starting from the Sukothai period, the Archaeological and Art History Collections and the Decorative Arts and Ethnological Gallery.

Wat Pho

Located next to the Grand Palace, Wat Pho is one of the oldest, largest and definitely most significant temples in Bangkok. The royal monastery is perhaps best known for the 46m-long Reclining Buddha housed in its Ordination Hall. Wat Pho has also traditionally been a place of education, especially for Thai medicine and massage.

The Grand Palace

Construction of this stunning Bangkok landmark began in 1782 when King Rama 1 decided to move his capital across the river from Thonburi. Based on the same plan as his previous palace, it then served as the residence of the first kings of the current Chakri Dynasty. The most important building in the temple grounds is the ordination hall, or ubosot, which houses the Emerald Buddha, Thailand’s most revered religious icon.

City Pillar Shrine

The original city pillar was built when Bangkok became Thailand’s capital in 1782. It was constructed based on the Brahmin belief that the establishment of the pillar in a favourable position would bring the city good fortune.

Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

Also known as Nitasrattanakosin, this impressive building was renovated in 2008, to help fulfill King Rama 5’s original objective of creating Thailand’s very own version of the Champ Elysees in Rachadamnoen Road.

National Theatre

The first official National Theatre of Thailand was built in 1961 after Silapakorn theatre, and is traditionally used for Thai cultural performances. The National Theatre typically presents showcases of Thai Khon (masked dance) and other traditional cultural performances.

Banglamphu Market

The area was originally famous for the many fireflies that lived in the Lumpoo trees that grew in the area. Formerly a major trading centre, the bustling market atmosphere remains thanks to the amazing array of street food – try the traditional local food, Thai dessert and snacks.

Phra Sumen Fort

This stocky citadel overlooking the river was constructed in 1783 by King Rama 1 and was originally built to protect the city from invasion. It is one of only two that still remain from a network of forts and was renovated in 1981. The area around the fort is now a park called Suan Santichaiprakarn and it is a popular destination for those looking to escape the crowds.

Tha Prachan Amulet Market

The Prachan is considered the largest and oldest amulet market in Bangkok. Many Thai Buddhists believe that these religious talismans, often containing images of the Buddha or sacred objects and usually worn around the neck, have special properties of protection and good luck.

Bangkok National Museum

Formerly part of Wang Na Palace, these ornate pavilions have been home to the royal collection of King Rama 4 and other objects of historical interest since 1926. The museum houses three permanent exhibitions: the gallery of Thai history starting from the Sukothai period, the Archaeological and Art History Collections and the Decorative Arts and Ethnological Gallery.

Wat Pho

Located next to the Grand Palace, Wat Pho is one of the oldest, largest and definitely most significant temples in Bangkok. The royal monastery is perhaps best known for the 46m-long Reclining Buddha housed in its Ordination Hall. Wat Pho has also traditionally been a place of education, especially for Thai medicine and massage.

The Grand Palace

Construction of this stunning Bangkok landmark began in 1782 when King Rama 1 decided to move his capital across the river from Thonburi. Based on the same plan as his previous palace, it then served as the residence of the first kings of the current Chakri Dynasty. The most important building in the temple grounds is the ordination hall, or ubosot, which houses the Emerald Buddha, Thailand’s most revered religious icon.

City Pillar Shrine

The original city pillar was built when Bangkok became Thailand’s capital in 1782. It was constructed based on the Brahmin belief that the establishment of the pillar in a favourable position would bring the city good fortune.

Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall

Also known as Nitasrattanakosin, this impressive building was renovated in 2008, to help fulfill King Rama 5’s original objective of creating Thailand’s very own version of the Champ Elysees in Rachadamnoen Road.

National Theatre

The first official National Theatre of Thailand was built in 1961 after Silapakorn theatre, and is traditionally used for Thai cultural performances. The National Theatre typically presents showcases of Thai Khon (masked dance) and other traditional cultural performances.

Banglamphu Market

The area was originally famous for the many fireflies that lived in the Lumpoo trees that grew in the area. Formerly a major trading centre, the bustling market atmosphere remains thanks to the amazing array of street food – try the traditional local food, Thai dessert and snacks.

Phra Sumen Fort

This stocky citadel overlooking the river was constructed in 1783 by King Rama 1 and was originally built to protect the city from invasion. It is one of only two that still remain from a network of forts and was renovated in 1981. The area around the fort is now a park called Suan Santichaiprakarn and it is a popular destination for those looking to escape the crowds.