"Offering a restaurant, K Maison Boutique Hotel is located a 10-minute walk from Victory Monument BTS Skytrain Station. Free WiFi access is available.Each room here will provide you with air conditioning, a flat-screen cable TV and a minibar. Featuring a hot-water shower, the private bathroom also comes with free toiletries and a hairdryer. At K Maison Boutique Hotel you will find a 24-hour front desk and 24 hour security cameras. Extras include a safety deposit box and complimentary mineral water."
"Located in Suvarnabhumi Airport, Summit Windmill Golf Residence is a perfect starting point from which to explore Bangkok. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience.Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are just some of the facilities on offer. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as internet access. Enjoy the hotel's recreational facilities, including fitness center, sauna, golf course (on site), golf course, , before retiring to your room for a well-deserved rest. For reliable service and professional staff, Summit Windmill Golf Residence caters to your needs."
"Decorated in a modern Thai design, The Davis offers 2 outdoor pools and a gym. Located in Bangkok's Klong Toei District, it is a 15-minute walk from Phrom Phong BTS Skytrain Station.Spread over 2 wings, the stylish air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen television and minibar. The private bathroom has a separate bath and shower. Selected rooms come with VCD or DVD players.The Davis Bangkok sits along Sukhumvit Road Soi 24, about 800 metres from Seafood Market and Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre. It is about 19 km from Suvarnabhumi International Airport.A refreshing workout can be enjoyed at the gym, which features a rooftop whirlpool and separate changing rooms for male and female guests. The hotel also provides a business centre and a spa.Gallery Cafe serves Asian and international buffet spreads, while The Living Room offers à la carte selections of drinks and light meals. Other dining options include coffee at Starbucks and freshly baked pastries at au bon pain bakery."
"After a promising start soon after hotel opening when we stayed last year, we returned to Capella Bangkok this year to see what changed. Overall we had a good stay however there were a few small issues which popped up leaving them still below the level where they need to be in my opinion, and not part of the cream of the crop yet. Last year we saw the riverfront premier room and verandah room types, this year we stayed in a courtyard suite which is more spacious than the other two rooms. To be honest after staying in the courtyard suite for a few days I can say it is not my favorite room type. First off Capella is a riverside hotel but this room is one of the very few which does not have river views. In some circumstances I might not mind some kind of garden view but the problem is that the room was L-shaped with the windows on the inner portion of the L which made the room a bit dark even during the day. The main positive is that they prepared a great birthday arrangement in the living room for our daughter; I can imagine older children being quite excited at the opportunity to sleep in a hotel teepee. The breakfast menu was largely the same as when we stayed last year with the only notable difference being that the breakfast champagne drink has been eliminated. Cin Cin hour from 5-6pm was at the living room next to reception last year and the venue has been improved to the Stella bar instead. The cocktails they prepared during happy hour were excellent quality and service was great. The lone black mark was that on one of the days of our stay there was a private event at Stella due to a wedding and they moved Cin Cin hour to a poor venue without any seats and people standing up. While children are normally not allowed at Stella in the regular hours after 6pm, the hotel made an exception for our daughter’s birthday and they organized a small party 6-8pm before the bar became more crowded, which was a nice gesture. The manager of the Côte restaurant whom we met last year even went out of his way to stop by and greet us for the occasion. This is something I witnessed in other occasions during our stay as well: various managers are making their presence felt and having contact with guests which is definitely a strong positive at Capella. To conclude with dining I would note that the Côte restaurant has received its Michelin star which I am not surprised at all given our superb experience last year. Too bad we could not take advantage of Côte for this stay, perhaps when our daughter is older it will be more suitable or alternatively we could use the hotel babysitting service. One service issue which came up during our stay was that one day we had the do not disturb light on during the morning because we preferred for housekeeping to be done in the afternoon when we had planned a lunch at the Phra Nakhon restaurant. We had a reservation at 1:30pm and I removed the DND light before heading to lunch so the hotel should have know" "Capella Bangkok’s opening was much anticipated and when the Thailand borders opened recently, it became one of the most sought-after hotel destinations. Capella Bangkok’s overwhelming grandeur is impressive. It’s even more apparent with the strong juxtaposition between the old Bangkok streets and the swanky Chao Phraya Estate. A beautiful panoramic view of the Chao Phraya River greets you when you enter the hotel. The interior exudes sophisticated design without looking ostentatious. This design concept is extended into the gorgeous guest rooms where they boast an unblocked view of the river. What I particularly like about the room is the butler closet, a nice touch of Singapore cookies, and Marvis toothpaste in the bathroom. But when discerning and well-travelled guests peel off the layer of superficial hardware, what lies beneath is a raw core of unpolished service! And this dismay display of service was consistent throughout my 3-night stay there. The breakfast service was a disaster! The hotel wasn’t prepared for the influx of hotel guests on a Sunday. The ala-crate breakfast took more than 30 minutes to come and 15 mins later a second portion came. Apparently, the kitchen crew didn’t seem to know that they had already served the meal. They also ran out of glasses at the juice and water station. The service crew just grabbed any pair of chopsticks they found in the kitchen for my Japanese grilled salmon. How I later found out is when they offered a different pair (one that’s if the same design with the rest of the other cutleries) with the same dish two days later. Even on the subsequent days when most guests had checked out, the breakfast service didn’t improve. Forget about the Stellar bar. My advice is to walk over to Bangkok Social Club at Four Seasons next door. We were invited to the Stellar Bar to enjoy the evening cocktails and canapés, which is known as the Cin Cin hour. Instead of making efforts to explain to us what guests can expect, we were served a cocktail each and some canapés. And when we requested for a second cocktail, the drink was served, and we were told the second drink is chargeable. It’s not that we couldn’t afford to pay but the delivery was just bad! I skipped the subsequent Cin Cin hour. The ferry shuttle is a joke! The shuttle service is shared by the two properties, Capella and Four Seasons, and reservation is preferred to secure a seat. We made our reservation from the hotel to Saphan Taksin pier. The catch is you need to make a reservation for the return trip too. But what we didn’t know is that the ferry is docked the hotel pier and not running when there is no guest reservation. This is ridiculous especially all the luxury hotels along Chao Phraya River runs their shuttle every hour without any need for reservation and without fail. What’s even more annoying, there is no signage/ flag on the ferry to indicate that the ferry is from Capella. The last straw happened during the check out. I’ve order" "Relax and chill for personal trip Fantastic view over the Chao Phraya River and the balcony is a good area for meditation. Authentic Thai Cuisine at the Phra Nakhon restaurant and excellent atmosphere at the Stella Room. Very friendly and attentive staff."
59/1 Soi Sukhumvit 39, Klongton Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand
25.9km from Don Mueang International Airport
3.8km from Ploenchit BTS SkyTrain Station
950m from Phrom Phong
1.9km from Asok
"The location of the hotel is a bit off, the taxi took a while to find the entrance. After checking in, the hotel gave a mobile phone that could make international calls and contact the housekeeper for free. The waiter in the room changes flowers, fruits and afternoon snacks every day. We chose this hotel for the infinity pool on the top floor, but the top floor is a bit small, and it feels that the hotel's other non-suite pools can be more beautiful. The room was very large. We checked into two different room types, both of which felt the lack of sunlight in the room, and some of the sockets in the newly opened hotel were broken. Remember to enjoy the suite's all-day breakfast and afternoon tea after check-in, which is not bad. We moved from Waldorf to this hotel, the price is similar but can clearly distinguish the difference between international star hotel and internet celebrity hotel. Stayed here for two nights and was not as comfortable as Waldorf. Overall the service is good, but the room stay experience is average." "I was worried that most of the reviews were really good except for the location.
I didn't feel very uncomfortable, but when I was grabbing, I had to wait at least 5 to 10 minutes when the traffic was severe.
I recommend leaving the room
Most of the male staff felt friendly, but the restaurant and lounge staff felt a bit blunt.
The room is great. Made it into a king bed
Hotel condition was very good. Afternoon tea set ..
I ate only once in two days, and I missed the cocktail service two days.
I recommend you go around 5 o'clock and eat afternoon tea
The rooftop pool is only available to suite guest.
I was worried that there were a lot of people, but I met a couple of couple days, and the manners were pretty good.
If you go to Bangkok on the wall, be sure to return!
The price is also good" "The hotel is awesome. We booked a suite. It is recommended to book a suite for more than three days, and a butler Mac is at your service. It is very considerate. The room is very comfortable and feels like home! Next time I will go to the suite!"
"Can be understood as a domestic hotel chain with a pool. You can check in after 14 o'clock, you can check your luggage and play until you come back at night before you get your room card. The rooms are very new, no toothbrush, no socket on the bedside, can not smoke, there is a small window as if there is no, the hotel has a battery car to the intersection, convenient for bts and taxi. As long as it is not in the rainy season, there are several large trash cans and rats on this road. There are several hotels around four hundred. This is a good choice. There is no time to go to the pool. The front desk speaks well, smiles well, and simple oral communication. Does the water from the shower smell like disinfectant? But the skin was fine for two days. It is not easy to disperse the room without some windows. It's low season and it's quite quiet at night. Booking in advance with a coupon in the early 300s, I feel that I can accept that I want to continue to live, and the result is nearly double the price. . . Because I always go back to bed at midnight to go out and feel that it doesn't matter. The taxis here don't like to beat the meter, they all bargain on their own!" "I had to extend my trip to Bangkok for four days and booked a room at Hotel Icon. The location was ok, a 10 min walk from the Phloen Chit BTS station. The staff were very friendly and helpful. As breakfast was not included in my room, I bought it myself a couple of times and was satisfied with the value for money. My only suggestion would be to place at least one electrical socket closer to the bed (and not in the opposite corner) next time there is a renovation at the hotel. I would have loved to use and charge my phone. " "Love everything in Bangkok! The people here are super friendly and cute! Wish I could live in Thailand for my entire life! The room is amazing and comfort. I enjoy my stay here! Thank you Bangkok for the unforgettable holiday! :D"
"Stay for one night here at Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok on 23 April 2022. 7 years in Bangkok, 1st visit to this world-renowned hotel with over 145 years of history. If you live in Bangkok and don't come here for one night, you will feel a bit regretful in your life, so you must come here, and of course you must be famous.
I booked two rooms, both of which can see the Chao Phraya River, and both have a balcony. The Mandarin room is RMB 4678, and the deluxe king bed room is RMB 4012, both of which do not include breakfast. Breakfast costs more than 300 yuan per gram, so I don't think it is necessary.
Mandarin rooms can directly see Iconsiam Bangkok's largest shopping mall, as well as the two high-rise buildings that are adjacent to the shopping mall and invested by the hotel group, each of which exceeds 100 million baht, which is more than 20 million yuan.
The hotel has a boat to pick up and drop off from the mall, and it goes back and forth every hour on weekdays. Every half hour on Saturdays, Sundays or national holidays.
There are several different restaurants in it, but the most important thing is afternoon tea, Author's Lounge from 11:00 to 6, 7:00 pm is a must-go place. 4 of us went there, because it didn't pass until 5:30 in the afternoon, so the most beautiful place in the atrium had vacancies, which was really rare.
Life is an experience at different levels. You can live with a single meal and a steamed bun, and you can live in a room of 10,000 yuan a night. It is also a different experience. It depends on your ability and your choice. If you have the ability If you have time, this place is a must visit, even if you're just here for an afternoon tea." "A hotel worth experiencing. This time I booked a Mandarin room really superb. The room is big and has a great balcony to enjoy the sunrise and sunset. The service staff can remember my name and give assistance. I thought it was only fans of mo. Free Wi-Fi and special decorations are available for ordering. Unexpectedly, free champagne, cakes, fruits and snacks are also provided this time. There is also free wifi, but you must have fans if mo members. Probably because we ate in a French restaurant with two Michelin stars at noon. The details of the service are really impeccable. The guest rooms are quite luxurious and novel. It may not be long after the renovation. The accessories and mineral water are very environmentally friendly, and they do their best to the global environment." "It was renovated in 2019, so the room facilities are very new and clean. The decoration is very beautiful. Maybe it happened during the stay. The aisle was noisy and the service was not very timely. When I checked in, the Chao Phraya River View Room was full. I look forward to staying in the River View Room next time."
"With a stay at Hotel Asok Inn in Bangkok (Khlong San), you'll be Bangkok Riverside. This hotel is close to Patpong Night Market and Wat Arun.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at Asok Restaurant serving guests of Hotel Asok Inn. Continental breakfasts are available daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and an elevator. Free self parking is available onsite.
Make yourself at home in one of the 50 air-conditioned rooms featuring LED televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature showers, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily."
"With a stay at Hotel Metro Inn in Bangkok (Bang Khae), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Bangkok Riverside and Wat Arun. This hotel is 7.8 mi (12.5 km) from Wat Pho and 8.1 mi (13.1 km) from Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Enjoy a meal at the restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. English breakfasts are available daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.
Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.
Make yourself at home in one of the 39 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and bathrobes. Conveniences include safes and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily."
"When I first came to Bangkok, I thought that Siam was the name of its central business district. After learning more about the history of Thailand, I realized that Siam is the ancient name of Thailand.
The Siam Hotel was designed by Bill Bensley and is currently his only hotel project in Bangkok. I prefer hotels like The Siam, JW Marriott Vietnam Phu Quoc, Vietnam Lao Cai de la Couple MGallery to hotels where Bill Bensley is only in charge of garden landscaping, such as Sanya Mandarin Oriental, Sanya Capella, and Dubai Jumeirah Such works that bring landscape into the interior do not pursue luxury, but integrate culture into hotel design, sublimating the experience of staying into an immersive cultural influence.
The Siam Hotel can be defined as a Vintage Boutique Resort, each space displays antiques related to the theme of the space just right, and the antique objects also revolve around a theme - what is Siam.
From ancient map collections to old photos of people who lived in Siam in the past, from Tang tri-colored camels and Thai-style Buddha statues to the Michelin tire man decades ago, from the masked superman in the hotel antique shop to the ET in the audio-visual room With Master Yoda, the hotel owner generously displays his private collections throughout the hotel, making the hotel itself a museum that showcases Thai history and culture, with many objects vividly reflecting the interaction and blending of different cultures in Thailand.
However, just like many people know about Wu and Lan because of Xu Pashu, The Siam was also famous for its riverside swimming pool and among the melon eaters. And The Siam's traveler bananas, monstera, frangipani, and palm trees also occupy half of the hotel's Instagram positioning posts.
What needs special amway is that there are traditional Thai dishes on stilts along the riverside of the hotel. The price is very close to the people, lower than many five-star hotels in the city, and the taste is also maintained at a high level.
If you don’t stay at the hotel to check in, you can choose to have afternoon tea or Thai lunch in the afternoon, feel the quiet riverside resort atmosphere, and then take the hotel’s evening shuttle boat back to the city. It is worth mentioning that the speedboat will pass by the Grand Palace and Temple of Dawn on the way. If the time is right, you can meet the sunset of the Temple of Dawn on the speedboat🌅" "Highlight is the check-in breakfast are free to offer if you were arrived earlier than 10am in the morning, or maybe it is just fit to current covid situation. Overall experience are excellent, very good for hotel enthusiasts, Spa was closed due to the outbreak serious situation in Thailand, the best thing is there wasn’t many ppl in the hotel, feels like you own everything as you stay at home. Food are quite ok. Easy to see that the owner is very good at decoration. A lot of painting and antique things full filled in the hotel. So it is good for photography. " "Bill Bensley designed a paradise on earth. The hotel is really great. There is a fight between the service and the security. Meal costs are relatively cheap. The hotel also has a boat trip on the Chao Phraya River that can take you to an attraction. The entire hotel style is French colonial. It incorporates many photos of local sculptures and so on. This is a place worth going to. Every scene has a surprise."
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<p>Bangkok has a tropical monsoon climate which it is means hot and humid year-round. But if you like the heat, the city is an ideal vacation spot no matter the season. Having said that, the most pleasant months to visit are from November to March when the heat and humidity are at their lowest. The monsoon season occurs from May to October, with September and October being Bangkok’s rainiest months. April is typically the hottest time when days can get sweltering with highs of 37 °C (99 °F), and the coldest time is December with temperatures averaging 26 °C (79 °F).</p><p><br/></p><p>Due to cooler and drier weather, crowds are at their peak in late Fall and Winter, and this is particularly true around the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. Visitors should expect higher prices, and it’s advisable to book accommodations months in advance. Another peak period is during the Thai New Year (Songkran) in mid-April, a popular time for domestic tourists to descend on the city.</p><p><br/></p><p>The off-peak seasons in Bangkok are July and August which happen to be the monsoon season. But if you don’t mind the weather, this is a great time to go as there are many good deals on hotels and flights. April through June, September and October are the shoulder seasons.</p>