Ten Thailand properties have been included in Travel + Leisure (T+L)’s recently announced ‘Top 500 Hotels of the Year’.

Travel + Leisure describes the prestigious T+L 500 listing of hotels in eight geographic regions – Africa and the Middle East; Asia; Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific; Canada; the Caribbean; Europe; Mexico, Central America, and South America, and the United States – as a “directory of the most trusted, best-loved hotels” as voted by its readers.

The 10 Thailand hotels featured in the T+L 500, under the ‘Asia’ category, are:

  1. Amanpuri (Phuket)
  2. Anantara Chiang Mai Resort
  3. Cape Fahn Hotel (Ko Samui)
  4. Capella Bangkok
  5. Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River
  6. Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai
  7. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok
  8. The Peninsula Bangkok
  9. Pimalai Resort & Spa (Ko Lanta)
  10. The Sukhothai Bangkok

This year’s T+L 500 comes from the results of the 2021 ‘World’s Best Awards’ survey, for which voting took place from 11 January-10 May, 2021.

In the 2021 ‘World’s Best Awards’ survey, the properties featured are as follows:

The Top 100 Hotels in the World

  • Capella Bangkok – 4th
  • Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok – 41st (tied)
  • Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River – 55th
  • The Sukhothai Bangkok – 73rd

The Top 15 Asia City Hotels

  • Capella Bangkok – 2nd
  • Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok – 8th
  • Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River – 9th
  • The Sukhothai Bangkok – 11th

Top 10 Southeast Asia Resort Hotels

  • Pimalai Resort & Spa (Ko Lanta) – 2nd
  • Amanpuri (Phuket) – 3rd
  • Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai – 5th
  • Cape Fahn Hotel (Ko Samui) – 7th
  • Anantara Chiang Mai Resort – 9th
  • Banyan Tree Samui – 10th

The Top 5 Bangkok Hotels

  1. Capella Bangkok – 1st
  2. Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok – 2nd
  3. Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok at Chao Phraya River – 3rd
  4. The Sukhothai Bangkok – 4th
  5. The Peninsula Bangkok – 5th

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