Lebua at State Tower Hotel in Bangkok

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Updated: September 21, 2021
By Santorini Dave

• Location: At the western end of Silom Road, opposite the expressway entry and exit.
• Hotel website: lebua.com
• Hotel phone: +66 2 624 9999
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Review of Lebua at State Tower hotel in Bangkok

Views from the tall and stately Lebua at State Tower hotel are magnificent.

Lebua at State Tower – Opulent hotel in one of Thailand’s tallest buildings.

The luxurious all-suite Lebua hotel is in a prime location close to the expressway, ferry pier, and a BTS sky train station. It features spacious accommodations with living rooms, kitchenettes, and balconies offering dizzying views of the city. Guests are spoiled for choice in dining options which include some of the world’s best and highest bars and restaurants, including a two-Michelin-Star restaurant. The large outdoor pool and sundeck are very popular, as is the neighborhood: surrounded by small malls, shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars, and close to the Chao Phraya river.

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Lebua at State Tower – Location

  • Area: Prime corner location on a busy main road, surrounded by great dining, drinking, and shopping options. Close to the expressway, BTS sky train station, and the ferry pier.
  • Address: 1055 Silom Road, Bangrak.
  • Nearest Metro Station: Surasak – BTS Skytrain (800m).
  • How to Get There: Take the Airport Rail Link from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Phaya Thai station, change to Sukhumvit Line for Siam, and change again to Silom line for Surasak station. However, the most efficient way to reach the hotel is by taking a pre-paid taxi from the airport and using the expressway (35 km). Metered taxis are also the best option for guests arriving by local flights at the old Don Mueang Airport (25 km).
  • Handy to: King Power MahaNakhon Skywalk (1.5 km). Patpong night market (2 km). ICON Siam mall (down the river via free ferry).

Lebua at State Tower – The Basics

  • Ages: Guests tend to be a mix of business travelers, couples on a romantic getaway, and families. All ages are welcome and cribs are available on request.
  • View: All the suites, restaurants, bars, and the pool offer panoramic views of the city, which get increasingly better on higher floors.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: Not expected or offered at this modern, city-center hotel.
  • Laundry: Laundry and dry cleaning services available.
  • Parking: Free and secure on-site parking.
  • Extras: Tower Club Lounge for guests in Tower Club Suites. Modern full-service business center. Complimentary tuk tuk shuttle to nearest BTS station (7 am to 5 pm).
  • When to Book: Reserve 1-2 months in advance through the year, and 2-3 months in advance for December-January.
  • How to Book: Booking.com will have the best rates.
  • Phone: +66 2 624 9999
  • Email: rsvn@lebua.com
  • Website: lebua.com

Lebua at State Tower – Amenities

  • Pool: Large outdoor pool with sun loungers and a cafe on the pool deck.
  • Spa: Elegant spa with multiple single and couples treatment rooms offering a variety of massages and body and facial treatments.
  • Fitness Center: Well-equipped fitness center with steam and sauna overlooking the pool.
  • For Disabled Guests: Elevators to every floor and all facilities are accessible by wheelchairs. No specially-designed rooms for disabled guests.
  • For Families: Extra bed, complimentary cribs, and baby-sitters on hire, but nothing else for young children.
  • Activities: 24/7 concierge to help arrange tickets and tours within Bangkok and across Thailand.

Lebua at State Tower – Food and Drink

  • Restaurants & Bars: Mezzaluna – 2 Michelin Star restaurant on the 65th floor, within the massive dome. • Sirocco – Multiple award-winning Mediterranean fine-dining restaurant under the dome on the 63rd floor. • Breeze – Al fresco restaurant serving authentic Asian fare on the 52nd floor terrace. • Chef’s Table – Specially curated menus by the chef with limited seating on the 61st floor. • Flûte a Perrier-Jouët Bar – Al fresco champagne bar on the 64th floor. • Distil – Some of the best cocktails in Bangkok, outdoor on the 64th floor. • Alfresco 64 – A Chivas Bar – Arguably the world’s highest whiskey bar. • Lebua No.3 – The world’s tallest gin, caviar, and vodka bar with jaw-dropping views from the 52nd floor. • Sky Bar – One of the world’s highest bars. – Pink Bar – Beautiful champagne bar with a 1950s-inspired design offering rare champagnes, canapés, and live Jazz. 61st floor. • Cafe Mozu – Legendary breakfast buffet and all-day dining with an international menu.
  • Lounge: Tower Club Lounge offers the following complimentary privileges: continental breakfast, light lunch buffet, afternoon high tea, and canapés.
  • Breakfast: May be included in some rates while booking. Complimentary for guests in suites with Tower Club access. Massive buffet with several live stations.
  • Room Service: 24 hours. Tower Club Suite guests can also book private chefs to cook special meals in-suite.

Lebua at State Tower – Rooms

  • Room Types: Superior City View Suite Balcony • Superior River View Suite Balcony • Executive Suite 2 Bedroom • Executive Suite 3 Bedroom • Tower Club City View Suite • Tower Club River View Suite • Tower Club Signature Suite – 2 Bedrooms • Tower Club Luxury Suite – 2 Bedroom • Tower Club Lebua Suite – 3 Bedroom • Tower Club Hangover Suite – 3 Bedrooms • List of all Rooms
  • Smoking Rooms: Smoking and non-smoking rooms are available in all categories.
  • Best Room: All rooms feature separate living rooms, well-equipped kitchenettes, bathrooms with luxury toiletries and bathtubs, and balconies with magnificent city or river views. The Tower Club Hangover Suite is a massive 766 sqm. It features 3 bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, dining room, and 4 balconies, and comes with a free mini-bar and access to the Tower Club Lounge.
  • For Families: All suites can sleep 2 adults and a child. 2 Bedroom Suites can sleep 4 adults and 2 children, while the 3 Bedroom Suites can sleep 6 adults and 2 children.

Lebua at State Tower – Local Transport

  • Walking: The hotel is located on the busy Silom road, with an excellent choice of hotels, restaurants, bars, cafés, and shops within walking distance.
  • Metro and Bus: The hotel is walking distance to Surasak BTS station (800m) and a complimentary shuttle is available during the day. There are bus stops outside the hotel on Silom and Charoen Krung roads. It’s easy to take a bus in Bangkok if you know the route and stop, but the conductors and drivers don’t speak English.
  • Taxis: Metered taxis are available in plenty, and the hotel staff will easily call one; or use the Grab taxi app. Tuk tuks also dot the street right outside the hotel, but they do not have meters, so bargain hard. Motorcycle taxis are available at every corner, but again, bargain hard.

Lebua at State Tower – What’s Nearby?

Recommended Nearby Tours

  • Grand Palace and Temples Tour – Private 8-hour guided tour of Rattanakosin Island, Grand Palace, Grand Temples, and Wat Pho (Reclining Buddha) with lunch, a boat ride through canals to the Royal Barge Museum, and hotel pick-up and drop-off.
  • Day Trip to Ayutthaya – Shared 8-hour tour of the ancient city of Ayutthaya about 2 hours north of Bangkok, including guided tours of the Royal Palace, 2 temples, and a floating market. Tour also includes a longtail boat ride and lunch. Pick-up/drop-off is at Times Square building lobby on Sukhumvit Road. (7 km/Asok BTS station).
  • Pattaya Day Trip – Day trip to the famous beach destination of Pattaya by private air-conditioned chauffeured car and guide (optional) to see famous spots in the town, visit the beach, shop, and dine, with hotel pick-up and drop-off.
  • Private and Small Group ToursContext Travel offers great private and small group tours with certified guides covering Bangkok, its attractions, the local neighborhood, Chinatown, street food, and night markets.

Best Nearby Restaurants

  • Saravana Bhavan – Located right above a Starbucks outlet. Go here for good value and mouth-watering Indian vegetarian dishes. (400m).
  • Silom Village – Popular restaurant and bar serving authentic and modern Thai cuisine. Happy hours every day; live Thai music and dance on some nights. (600m).
  • Triple Two Silom – 2 good restobars: Triple Two Restaurant (casual, modern, and elegant dining, popular for its breakfast buffets, seafood, and cocktails) and The Mint (drinks, tapas, and special vegetarian menu with street-side setting). (800m).
  • Plenty of hawkers on the streets around the hotel selling all kinds of food, from freshly-cut fruits to Thai noodle soups and barbecued meats and fish. Sit on the tiny plastic stools on the sidewalk or have them pack it for you.

Best Nearby Cafes

    Several small Thai cafes selling coffee, tea, and Thai food in both directions outside the hotel. For strong Western coffee and snacks, head to:

  • Starbucks – Famous American brand known for its hot and cold coffee, frappes, and snacks. Free Wi-Fi. Under the hotel, and another outlet 400m east.

Nearby Shopping & Cool Shops

  • Robinson – Large shopping center housing outlets of international brands, several local stalls and shops, cafes, and restaurants, including a McDonald’s. 400m south toward Saphan Thaksin BTS station.
  • Boots – Famous British brand selling beauty, health, and pharmaceutical products. Next to Robinson.
  • Several boutiques along Silom offering custom suits at terrific prices. Measurements and delivery both can be arranged at the hotel.

Nearby Attractions

  • Sri Maha Mariamman Temple – Also known as Wat Khaek, this over 140-year-old Hindu temple is worth a visit. The area around the temple is filled with shops and stalls selling souvenirs, flowers, Indian food, and Indian music and movies. (700m).
  • King Power MahaNakhon Skywalk – Observation deck on the 78th floor with a glass floor, not for the faint of heart. Indoor observation deck on the 74th floor, and virtual reality paragliding ride on the 1st floor. Look for the tall building with cutting-edge architecture that looks like it was left incomplete. (1.5 km).
  • Patpong Night Market – Comes alive after sunset. Sleazy in some parts, but plenty to keep everyone interested. Lots of stalls selling souvenirs, clothes, and even copies of branded bags and watches. (2 km/Sala Daeng BTS station).
  • Lumpini Park – Bangkok’s answer to New York city’s Central Park, this 140-acre green lung has something for everyone. From boating to yoga classes, picnic spots, jogging and cycling tracks, food stalls, and weekend food markets. (2 km/Sala Daeng BTS station).

Nearby Markets or Grocery Stores

  • Silom Vegetable Market – An entire lane (Soi 20) of stalls and shops selling food, fruits, flowers, and vegetables. A lot of fun to walk through. (700m).
  • Several 7-Eleven and Family Mart outlets every 2 minutes on both sides of the hotel.

Lebua at State Tower – The Hotel

Hotel lobby

The hotel lobby is contemporary and elegant.

Views from room balconies

All rooms come with circular balconies offering panoramic city views.

Sky Bar on the rooftop

Sky Bar is one of the world’s highest bars located on the 64th floor hotel rooftop.

Mezzaluna restaurant on the rooftop

A floor above and within the massive golden dome is Mezzaluna, a 2 Michelin Star restaurant.

DJ at the Lebua

All the bars at Lebua feature live bands or DJs.

View from the rooftop

Views of the sparkling city at night from the rooftop are breathtaking.

Views from the rooftop

Lebua makes even the tall skyscrapers in the neighborhood look small.

Hotel exterior

The hotel is bathed in bright neon lights at night.

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