Update: this hotel is now the Anantara Siam Bangkok, which TravelSort Clients may reserve with these Virtuoso benefits:
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in room guests, in restaurant
- Complimentary Thai set meal for two persons (lunch or dinner) at Spice Market once per stay (no lunch on Sunday)
- Welcome tea upon arrival delivered to the room
- Fresh fruit platter upon arrival
This Four Seasons Bangkok Executive Lounge Review is one of several posts on Bangkok, including Bangkok hotel reviews and what to eat in Bangkok. Our most recent trip also includes travel in Koh Samui, Thailand and Borobudur, Java. For prior posts see:
Singapore Suites A380 Review: New York JFK to Frankfurt
Review: Lufthansa Senator Lounge Frankfurt
Singapore Suites A380 Review: Frankfurt to Singapore
Singapore Airlines Private Room Lounge Review
Cathay Pacific First Class Review NYC JFK to Hong Kong
Singapore Suites A380 Review: Singapore to Hong Kong
Review: Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Club Harbour View Room
Tin Lung Heen Hong Kong Dim Sum Review
Review: Grand Club Lounge, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Emirates First Class A380 Review: Hong Kong to Bangkok
Review: Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel
Conrad Koh Samui Zest Restaurant Review, Menu and Prices
Koh Taen Snorkeling with Tours Koh Samui Review
Conrad Koh Samui Jahn Restaurant Review, Menu and Prices
Four Seasons Koh Samui Breakfast and Koh Thai Kitchen Review
Takho Bangpo (Bang Por Seafood) Koh Samui Review
W Koh Samui Breakfast and Kitchen Table Review
Singapore Gardens by the Bay Review
One Ninety Singapore Review and Menu
Amanjiwo Review, Borobudur, Java
Amanjiwo Restaurant Review and Menu
Four Seasons Bangkok Hotel Review
The munchkin and I stayed one night at the Four Seasons Bangkok on the Club Floor, with access to the Executive Club Lounge. While Bangkok is certainly a great food city (see 7 Things to Eat in Bangkok) the munchkin isn't a fan yet of spicy food, plus he gets hungry frequently, so I figured paying a bit more to be in a Club Room with access to the Executive Club Lounge would be a good bet. I was right (even if the dishes the first evening appealed more to me).
Four Seasons Bangkok Executive Club Lounge Hours and Food and Beverage Presentations
- Open daily 6am – 11pm
- Continental Breakfast: 6am – 10:30 am Monday to Friday, 6am – 11am Saturday and Sunday
- Evening Cocktails and Hors d'Oeuvres: 5:30pm to 8pm
- All day complimentary tea, coffee and refreshments
Evening Hors d'Oeuvres, Executive Club Lounge, Four Seasons Bangkok
We arrived at the Four Seasons Bangkok Executive Club Lounge when it was serving its evening cocktail and hors d'oeuvres, and I was delighted that the appetizers were authentically Thai. Among my favorites were the shrimp on sugar cane, spicy beef, caramelized scallops, and fried banana blossoms with scallop salad.
Fortunately for the munchkin, not everything was spicy. He made a dinner of the shrimp on sugar cane, scallops, fresh fruit and mango with sticky rice.
The following evening, before our late night flight, we were again able to sample the evening appetizers. They were mostly Italian themed, and included asparagus wrapped in parma ham, house smoked salmon, stuffed grilled pork with sticky rice (one of the few Thai items of the evening) and our favorite, a delicious truffle cheese quesadilla.
The vanilla bean panna cotta with raspberry was also delicious.
Breakfast Buffet at Madison Restaurant
Continental breakfast is served in the Four Seasons Bangkok Executive Club Lounge, but the nice thing is that guests on the Club floor are also able to enjoy the full breakfast buffet at Madison Restaurant, which is more extensive. Here were our favorite items from the buffet:
1. Pastries with Jam
While I wouldn't have picked Bangkok or Thailand as necessarily a good place to have pastries, the munchkin and I both adored the apricot custard crumble pastry pictured below, with jam. There were also a number of other pastries and breads on offer, but we thought this one was the best:
2. Misoyaki Fish
I always enjoy misoyaki fish, so I was happy to see this on the buffet. It also wasn't available in the Executive Club Lounge, which has a smaller selection of items.
3. Eggs Cooked to Order with Crispy Bacon
While nothing extraordinary, the munchkin definitely enjoyed his cheesy scrambled eggs with crispy bacon and pretty much finished the plate on his own.
4. Dim Sum
While of course it couldn't compare to the exquisite dim sum I enjoyed at Tin Lung Heen in Hong Kong, I enjoy dim sum for breakfast, so was pleased to be able to enjoy dim sum as part of the Madison breakfast buffet.
Yogurt is my breakfast standby, and while the individual selections, mostly Danone, were not that impressive, the strawberry yogurt was good.
As a reminder, TravelSort Clients may book the Four Seasons Bangkok, including Executive Club Rooms, with Four Seasons Preferred Partner benefits (and currently, a 3rd Night Free offer is also available for select dates):
- Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets)
- Upgrade of one category, based on availability at time of check-in (excluding signature suites and villas)
- Complimentary high-speed Internet access for all suite bookings
- Food and beverage credit of USD100
If you've been to the Four Seasons Bangkok Executive Club Lounge, what was your experience?
Disclosure: I paid for my own stay at the Four Seasons Bangkok in an Executive Club Room, using a travel professional rate.
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