Ariyasom Villa

Constructed in 1942 as a private home during World War II, the Ariyasom Villa is still owned by the family of the original people who built it, creating both historical significance and a much caring attitude for the guests that step inside. Originally built in the outskirts of the city, with the massive expansion of Bangkok the hotel has found itself in the heart of the Central Business District, just 30 minutes from Suvarnabhumi International Airport. It is also situated close by the Bangkok Skytrain and Bumrungrad International Hospital. Instilling a real sense of bygone Bangkok, the rooms are adorned in original artwork, Thai silk drapes, and with charming bathrooms. Furthermore, based on a mainly vegetarian menu, with some seafood, Na Aroon Restaurant features a philosophy of healthiness and organic, and exudes a wonderful old Thai vibe. With a successful attempt at delivering an authentic Thai experience, the Ariyasom Villa also provides the Som Sen Spa, adjacent to the swimming pool which completes the perfect Bangkok stay.

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Studio

Studio Rooms are comfortable and well designed. All of these rooms have a king or twin beds, teak wood floors, Thai silk drapes, original artwork, complimentary wireless internet access, and the certain feeling that you are in the heart of Bangkok.

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Deluxe

Deluxe Rooms are an exceptionally comfortable size. All of these rooms have a king or twin beds, teak wood floors, Thai silk drapes, original artwork, complimentary wireless internet access, and the certain feeling that you are in the heart of Bangkok.

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Executive Deluxe

Executive Deluxe Rooms feature a large balcony and bedroom, a separate sitting area with a sofa bed, and some have a Jacuzzi tub. All of these rooms have a king or twin beds, teak wood floors, Thai silk drapes, original artwork, complimentary wireless internet access, and the certain feeling that you are in the heart of Bangkok.

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Na Aroon

Na Aroon Restaurant occupies the ground floor of the old villa and exudes a real old world charm. Teak wood floors, high ceilings, original artwork, and the slow turning of the ceiling fan all combine to take you back in time. Both Thai and Western dishes are featured on the menu but their philosophy is healthy, tasty, organic, and mainly vegetarian food, but with some fresh fish and seafood as well so they do not serve meat. Good quality oils, vinegars, soy sauces, fresh organic vegetables, and fruits are used where ever possible. Thai specialties include Mee Grob, Yum Som O, Tom Khoong, Mieung Keiw Tew, and Nam Prik Ong to name a few. Western food includes homemade mushroom soup, and homemade lasagna and ravioli.

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Som Sen Spa

Enjoy a well-deserved massage, steam or Jacuzzi in the Som Sen Spa. It is located adjacent to the swimming pool and features an open sided Sala for Thai massage – up to four people can be accommodated at any time. There are also three private treatment rooms for an oil massage. Hair washing, manicures, and pedicures are also available.

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