100 Small Romantic
Hotels & Places

Come discover 100 of the most romantic small hotels and places in the world.


Romantic Places in Thailand

Phuket Island

Golden sand beaches, mountainous jungles and wild gibbons.


Phuket, Thailand

This first Aman resort hotel; the one that started it all.

T: +66 76 324 333.  70 rooms and villas. US$ 925-

Villa Royale

Phuket, Thailand

Harvard educated architect Mon Tri transformed his waterside private house into a boutique hotel and restaurant.

T: +66 76 330 015. 46 rooms. US$ 275-

Koh Samui

No longer a backpacker’s secret, Koh Samui—with its mountainous interior, nonstop beaches, and inexpensive shoreline lodging—is now a favorite Thai destination for European tourists looking for a stylish alternative to the more developed Phuket Island.

Tongsai Bay

Koh Samui, Thailand

This eco-friendly tropical haven of cottages and bungalows sits on 25 acres of lush green hills and private beach.

T: +66 77 245 480. 24 rooms. US$ 261-

Chang Mai

Northern Thailand’s gateway city and capital, founded in 1291 A.D. Its old town is surrounded by a defensive moat and contains historic Buddhist temples.


6 Rachamanhka 9 Phra Singh A. Muang, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Graceful and serene, Rachamankha is tucked behind high walls in the old quarter. Its owner, Thai architect Rooj Changtrakui, designed the hotel after 13th and 14th century Thai temples.

T: +66 53 418-892. 26 rooms. US$ 210-

Tamarind Village

50/1 Rajdamnoen Road, Sri Phom Muang, Chiangmai 50200

Simple yet stylish; located in old town.

T: +66 53 418-896-9. 40 rooms. US$ 95-

Chang Rai

Venture deep into hilly, remote and tribal Thailand by taking a three hour drive northeast of Chang Mai. Here, near the border of Burma and Laos, you’ll find the northern provincial capital of Chang Rai.

Anantara Golden Triangle Resort

Chiang Saen, Chang Rai

At the hotel you can learn how to ride elephants and/or take a guided tour to a tribal village. This luxury resort is set in an adventurous location on the Mekong River, one hour’s drive north of Chang Rai.

T: +66 53 784084. 90 rooms. US$ 250-


Capital of Thailand.

The Siam Hotel

Dusit, Bangkok 10300 Thailand

Thai-American musician Krissanda Sukosol Clapp hired renowned hotel architect Bill Bensley to create a romantic hotel evoking Old Siam’s ambience. Located on the Chao Praya River, at the base of Krung Thon Bridge in the historic Dusit district of Bangkok.. The Sukosol family, including the matriach and other family members, are known as the ”musical hoteliers’ of Thailand.

T: +66 (0) 2206-6999. 36 rooms. $524-