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My wife booked the Hotel from a Thai site and in fairness for the price it was perfectly adequate, I was paying more for the same style of hotel in Bangkoj over 20 years ago. Perhaps Thais have a different expectation of standards to Foreigners,...More
My third stay as it is a good location 25 yards from Chong Nonsi BTS and the hotel is ok. The basic ‘Comfort’ room is of a good size and had been recently refurbished to a high standard. There is a large corner bath instead...More
If you take a close look at the reviews for this Hotel, you will note that the better reviews are from a few years ago. The place has gone down hill. The first room they gave us had a broken lock, the second room had...More
Our room was nothing like what is on their website. It also says free complimentary water, yet we were charged for ours. The room was clean but the noise from the A/C unit on the balcony kept us awake every night. The pillows on the...More
I had the unfortunate experience of staying here over the New Year!! First and foremost do not believe the amenities listed on their booking site. They mentioned bathtub, bathrobes and slippers but none. Quote the staff "Don't have, can buy from 711 next door!". Other...More
Sathorn is Bangkok’s central business district, but here you’ll find much more than international banks and suited-up office workers. Take a stroll along the small alleys between the skyscrapers and you’ll find yourself among Bangkokians living life at a much slower pace. Feast on fantastic Thai food which you can find in the town-house restaurants, office food courts and sidewalk food stalls spread all over the
area, especially around St. Louis Hospital. A visit to Sathorn is not complete without a drink at one of the glitzy sky bars perched atop its skyscrapers.