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Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok Review: Travelers who seek proximity to ancient ruins and the Chao Phraya River without sacrificing luxury will find comfort and style at the Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok. Accommodations at this sophisticated hotel feature amenities such as private entrances, private patios overlooking the lotus pond and pool, marble bathrooms with domed ceilings, wired or wireless Internet access, TVs with DVD players, hypoallergenic pillows (upon request) and terrycloth bathrobes. Those who demand top-tier luxury can reserve the premier Rajadamri Suite, which is located on the ninth floor and features an oversize living room able to accommodate up to eighteen guests, a spacious dining room for twelve and a master suite with a separate dressing room, massage suite, soaking tub and private whirlpool; as well, this sanctuary is adorned with contemporary and antique artwork, Thai silk and locally designed carpets. For relaxation, this Four Seasons provides a 24-hour fitness facility, an outdoor pool and sundeck surrounded by tropical gardens, easy access to nearby golf courses, massage services by MSPA available both poolside and in-room (or in a private spa suite), babysitting services and a 24-hour full-service business center. Lounges and on-site dining experiences are plentiful, including Madison, a contemporary steakhouse and seafood venue designed by Tony Chi; Shintaro, a Japanese, American and Australian-inspired sushi bar; Spice Market, a local favorite for Thai food; Biscotti, an Italian restaurant serving wines by the glass; Aqua, an open-air lounge situated in the garden; The Terrace, which dishes up Mediterranean and Thai cuisine amid the serenity of the pool area and gardens; and Mocha and Muffins, a convenient spot for soups, sandwiches and desserts.