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Montien Hotel Surawong Bangkok
4.4/5254 Reviews

Montien Hotel Surawong Bangkok

Silom/Sathon Bangkok|1.7km from Nimibutr Arena
I had the pleasure of staying at The Montien for 3 weeks 2 months ago when on a company-booked trip. My room and bed were extremely comfortable and spacious, with plenty of natural light and unobstructed views, quality amenities including a Nespresso machine. The Montien decor is modern, Thai style and beautiful. The breakfast buffet is bountiful, with plenty of variety. Pierre Pelletier, the Area General Manager and his team went above and beyond to ensure my stay was outstanding! Then this month when my family and I planned a vacation to Bangkok I picked this hotel as our base. The hotel is conveniently located for easy access to the sky and underground trains, many must-go-to restaurants, cafes, Siam Paragon, temples, Chinatown, night walks and more. We were welcomed with incredible 5-star Thai hospitality. Special mention to Khun Nu, her front desk team and night manager Khun Jew for handling flight delays, airport transfers and arranging pick up of lost luggage, Khun Tik for his world-class warm welcomes, Max’s regular assistance and taxi coordination, the ever-helpful and polite bellmen, Beer remembering our morning coffee preferences, Kae at Ruenton restaurant for looking after us at dinners, friendly Tanya at the lobby bar, the housekeeping team for keeping our 3 rooms impeccable and everyone who made our Bangkok vacation so memorable! It felt like our home away from home and we enjoyed our time here so much!

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Lub D Bangkok – Siam Square
4.5/5105 Reviews

Lub D Bangkok – Siam Square

Siam Bangkok|0.14km from Nimibutr Arena
Stayed here for 4 nights during Songkran week. The hotel is basically beside the National Stadium train station, so it's very much accessible. It's walking distance to malls like MBK, Siam Paragon, Siam Square, Siam Discovery. Room is clean. Shared shower/toilet is well maintained despite some people being too messy when taking a shower and getting the floor wet. The hotel has an open setup, so the corridors are exposed to open air, so you get some airflow (despite the Bangkok heat), although that also exposes the rooms to a lot of the noise pollution since the front is a main road and a train station. They have a theater room if you want to watch a movie, and they also have co-working spaces that you can use if you need to work. Breakfast is simple, offered by the TokioJo Restaurant. You only have 3 options to choose from, so I basically got to taste all 3 during my stay. But you can also order for lunch/snacks/dinner and even some drinks if you want to chill. Staff are great, they allowed me to check in when I arrived at 11am BKK time, and they also answered all my inquiries. TokioJo staff was also very accommodating when I had my meals there. For housekeeping, I didn't have my room cleaned during my stay, but I could say they cleaned the shared toilet/shower well on a daily basis. I think if there's a criticism that I could share, I wish the hotel had a lift. My room was at the 4th floor (topmost), and after a whole day of walking, the last thing I would like to do is put more strain on my knees and climb the stairs up to the room. I have a bad knee and after walking the whole day to join the water festival activities, my legs were really painful. Let me tell you, it became a struggle to come up to my room, to the point that I would not want to go down after I have already reached my room. So take note of this point if you plan to book this hotel. To be honest, I probably would think twice booking the hotel if I knew beforehand that they didn't have a lift, only because I had a knee problem. If you're coming from Don Meuang Airport, take the Red line to Bang Sue Grand, switch to Blue line to Silom station, switch to Sala Daeng station in the Sky Train (green line) and go to the National Stadium.

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S3 Siam Bangkok Hotel
4.1/5524 Reviews
Siam
I recently had a wonderful stay at this hotel! The staff was incredibly friendly and accommodating, ensuring a pleasant experience from check-in to check-out. The room was clean, comfortable, and well-equipped, providing a relaxing atmosphere after a long day of exploring. The hotel's amenities, including a great restaurant and a lovely pool, added to the overall enjoyment of my stay. I especially appreciated the convenient location, making it easy to access nearby attractions and restaurants. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Ibis Bangkok Siam
4.3/5499 Reviews
Siam
The best place to stay because all the big malls are within walking distance. There are any eateries near the hotel. The hotel is also very comfortable to stay. Food for breakfast buffet is also good.
Lub D Bangkok – Siam Square
4.5/5105 Reviews
Siam
Stayed here for 4 nights during Songkran week. The hotel is basically beside the National Stadium train station, so it's very much accessible. It's walking distance to malls like MBK, Siam Paragon, Siam Square, Siam Discovery. Room is clean. Shared shower/toilet is well maintained despite some people being too messy when taking a shower and getting the floor wet. The hotel has an open setup, so the corridors are exposed to open air, so you get some airflow (despite the Bangkok heat), although that also exposes the rooms to a lot of the noise pollution since the front is a main road and a train station. They have a theater room if you want to watch a movie, and they also have co-working spaces that you can use if you need to work. Breakfast is simple, offered by the TokioJo Restaurant. You only have 3 options to choose from, so I basically got to taste all 3 during my stay. But you can also order for lunch/snacks/dinner and even some drinks if you want to chill. Staff are great, they allowed me to check in when I arrived at 11am BKK time, and they also answered all my inquiries. TokioJo staff was also very accommodating when I had my meals there. For housekeeping, I didn't have my room cleaned during my stay, but I could say they cleaned the shared toilet/shower well on a daily basis. I think if there's a criticism that I could share, I wish the hotel had a lift. My room was at the 4th floor (topmost), and after a whole day of walking, the last thing I would like to do is put more strain on my knees and climb the stairs up to the room. I have a bad knee and after walking the whole day to join the water festival activities, my legs were really painful. Let me tell you, it became a struggle to come up to my room, to the point that I would not want to go down after I have already reached my room. So take note of this point if you plan to book this hotel. To be honest, I probably would think twice booking the hotel if I knew beforehand that they didn't have a lift, only because I had a knee problem. If you're coming from Don Meuang Airport, take the Red line to Bang Sue Grand, switch to Blue line to Silom station, switch to Sala Daeng station in the Sky Train (green line) and go to the National Stadium.
Kritthai Residence
4.3/593 Reviews
Siam
Good: - Place is really clean and neat - Staff are helpful and friendly - Room is cleaned down and vacuum on a daily basis including cleaning the toilet. All items are placed nicely in the room and easily found. - Room size is decent for the single King Size bed room i got at the time of my travel. - Response to my request are fast and staff are always polite. - Security guard is extremely helpful as well. - Although i didn’t look around the facilities offered, so i won’t comment on it. Lobby is really nice and comfy - Should we require assistance on tuktuk or Cab service or Airport transfer , staffs are able to help us get the price down (which are cheaper than the rate i saw from Klook). Things that can be improved - There is no warm or hot bath water - Non disposable slipper to be used in the room (Can be resolved easily by Krit Thai IMO) - No bath curtain to avoid water from splashing out of the bathtub during shower. (can be resolved easily for Krit Thai IMO)
Mercure Bangkok Siam
4.4/5693 Reviews
Siam
Disappointed! It was my 2nd time staying in this hotel for 7 nights , but was so disappointed. The 1st night was being itching in the bed & couldn’t slept well. I requested the house keeper to change the bed sheet, then ok for few days. On the 6th day, I went back to my room after breakfast. I discovered that my room was being opened and nobody inside or around. The room was cleaned and tidied. Definitely, the house keeper didn’t closed the door then ran out. It’s a shock to me! Again I was itching on that night. It seems that they did cleaning but didn’t change the bed sheet. I had taken photos of my neck with bed bugs wound and given to the check in counter.
Reno Hotel
4.3/535 Reviews
Siam
The Reno Hotel Bangkok, in my opinion, doesn't get enough credit. This hotel has recently went a full renovation. Bringing this hotel, that been providing rooms to tourists coming to Bangkok for years and years, into modern times. The hotel is now very contemporary in its design and branding. In the hotel lobby you will find contemporary art works from Thai artists. Rooms are comfortable and well fitted out with unique lighting touches. The Reno Hotel is located right in the heart of Bangkok but without the price tag. Four minutes walk from the National Stadium BTS Station. Incredibly affordable hotel but feels high end. Ten minutes walk to all the high end shopping malls. Highly recommended.

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In the city center of Bangkok, you'll have easy access to Patpong Night Market. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Impact, Safari World, Kan-chanaburi. The most famous attractions locally are Baiyoke Sky Tower, Grand Palace, San Phra Phrom. Upon departure, you can head to popular commercial areas like Terminal 21, Central World Plaza, Siam Square to buy souvenirs or travel accessories.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 30.37°C during the day, 25.5°C at night

• April to June: 31.93°C during the day, 27.77°C at night

• July to September: 30.59°C during the day, 26.75°C at night

• October to December: 29.41°C during the day, 24.96°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 22.67 cm

• Summer: 144.67 cm

• Autumn: 232.0 cm

• Winter: 100.0 cm

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