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The Peninsula Bangkok feels both much older and much more recent than its 1998 debut, thanks to its overall classic look accented with modern touches. The high-ceilinged, marble-accented lobby is awash with prominent floral arrangements, all done in-house, and stone staircases lead down to the riverside restaurants and a well-maintained lawn flanked by leafy pathways. The unique W shape of the property ensures that each room on every floor has a river view, and the angles divide the corridors into short sections. Combined with the fact that there are only 10 rooms on each floor, the 370-room property feels cozy and private.