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Cocktail Luxury Served at The River of Kings, A stunning riverside bar and lounge experience awaits in Bangkok

Unmatched in luxury, The Peninsula Bangkok presents 370 spacious and well-appointed guest rooms and suites.  Each space is carefully designed to offer panoramic views over Bangkok and the scenic Chao Phraya River.  Modern and innovative, guests enjoy the simplicity of electronic controls in each room, which allow visitors to adjust the blinds, lights, and climate with the touch of a button.  However, the hotel’s finest innovations can be found at the base of the hotel, and along the water’s edge.

River Bar is a complex and luxurious cocktail lounge experience nestled alongside the river.  Adjacent to the River Café, the River Bar presents a refreshing escape after meal time.  Serviced by skilled mixologists, guests are invited to sample a wide variety of unique drink combinations and light snacks surrounded by tropical riverfront flora.

The River Bar features a lengthy drink menu, including anything from fruit smoothies, to fine wines, to unique and experimental cocktails.  The seasoned mixologists prefer to source locally grown ingredients, including limes, Thai rum, raw sugar, and pineapple.  On Fridays, guests enjoy live music at the River Bar from 6 to 9 PM.

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The signature drink of The Peninsula Bangkok’s River Bar is the Thaijito.  Blending fresh Thai rum, peach schnapps, lime juice, mint, pineapple, and raw sugar, this exotic and tropical mix delivers a refreshing flavour with just the right about of kick.

A newly launched cocktail special of the River Bar is the Moscow Mule.  The River Bar’s reinterpretation of the classic drink includes vodka, lime juice, ginger beer, and a lime wedge served over cubed ice.

Alexander Ryll
I have been collecting cocktail recipes and collating a list of my personal favourite hotel bars for the last ten years. If you have a hotel bar you would like to recommend click on 'Add A Hotel Bar' on the menu.
Alexander Ryll

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