Bangkok Centre Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

328 Rama IV Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand

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70%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
3%
7
Very Good
22%
45
Average
45%
90
Poor
21%
42
Terrible
8%
16

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 13% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Business
  • Families36
  • Couples34
  • Solo40
  • Business62
  • aqazi's Profile Photo

    Handy for the railway station

    by

    We stayed here as we booked through an agent, something we rarely do. The hotel was OK and more business traveller orientated. The rates include breakfast and there is a nice pool. Everything was fine but I probably wouldn't stay here again unless I was arrving at the railway station and leaving from the railway station as there are plenty of better hotels in the city.

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    Central Location - good value for its class

    by

    Usefully placed opposite the railway station this hotel is something of a 'slab' but has a number of advantages.

    It is equally placed from just about all the places you could wish to go, it is clean and well run and has a reasonable swimming pool. Breakfasts are large (buffet style) and the staff amenable.

    Extras such as laundry and internet access are fairtly obscenely expensive - but you can always go elsewhere to get those jobs done.

    We found it especially useful when we departed by train as we could return to the hotel after a day around the city, have a quick dip and then just pick our bags up for a short walk to the railway station.

    The New Metro will also dump you right outside the door !

    Directions: opp railway station on RHS of Thanon Rama heading from the rly station

More about Bangkok Centre Hotel

Airport Buses - AB numbers

by Bangkokjoe

Aircon buses from or to the airport are an okay way to go if your destination is on a main hotel / tourist drag, if you are not in a rush and if you do not have too many bags (more than two that is, one in a hand, one on a shoulder).

The buses usually wait near the meter taxi ranks at both international and the domestic terminals. If one is not there ask a local and they will try and help you if they speak your language. Really, they are very helpful.

Running times are 04.30 to 00.30, at approximately 15 to 30 minute intervals.

AB-1: Airport-Silom Road
From airport, Don Muang Tollway exit Din Daeng Road, pass Century Park Hotel, Pratunam, Ratchadamri Road, Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, Lumphini Park, Silom Road, Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, Charoen Krung Road, and stop at Silom Road, opposite Lerdsin Hospital.

AB-2: Airport-Sanam Luang
From airport, Don Muang Tollway exit Din Daeng Road, pass Ratchawithi Road, Victory Monument, Phyathai Road, Phetchaburi Road, Lan Luang Road, Princess Hotel, Tanao Road, Phra Sumen Road, Chakraphong Road, Bang Lamphu (Khao San Road), around Democracy Monument, Royal Hotel and stop at Sanam Luang.

AB-3 Airport-Thonglor
From airport, Don Muang Tollway, Din Daeng Expressway, exit Sukhumvit Road, pass Nana, Ambassador Hotel, Grand Pacific Hotel, Asoke intersection, Eastern Region Bus Terminal (Ekamai), New Phetchaburi Road, Thonglor Road and stop at Thonglor Police Station. (been in here a few times I can tell you – lovely chaps the lot of them)

AB-4 : Airport-Hua Lamphong
From airport, take Don Muang Tollway, Din Daeng expressway, exit Ploenchit Road, pass Siam Centre, Siam Square, Phyathai Road, Mah Boon Krong, Rama IV Road, Mandarin Hotel, Bangkok Centre Hotel, Wong Wian 22 Circle, and stop at Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station.

Regular Buses (regular bone shaking rattling buckets of rusty iron more like) are 29, 59, 95. To say non air con buses can be uncomfortable and crowded is an understatement.

Thailand trip december 2002

by Miek37

"Bangkok"

We've arrived in Bangkok on the 9th of december, 2002, from the airport we've took a cab to the Bangkok Centre Hotel which we've allready booked in front and after refreshing ourselfs and a couple of cold drinks we've took a short walk through China Town, within the hotel area. The long trip that we've made and the big difference in temperature however, made us allready quite soon decide to go back to the hotel where we went to bed right away after having a delicious meal from the diner buffet in the hotel restaurant.

After a good night sleep we walked to the Chao Phraya River where we took the expresse boat to the Grand Palace.

"The Grand Palace in Bangkok"

Whe were completely overwhelmed by all the different things we've saw, heard and smelled during our visite which where totaly new to us such as the typical Thai architecture. The most amazing thing to me however, was the offering area in front of the Wat Phra Kaeo (the temple of the Emerald Buddha). I must have sit while looking at the things that happened there for about almost 2 hours, it was a great and wonderfull experiance to see the devotion of the local Thai people as they where praying and gave there offerings.

"Lumphini Park"

On the morning of our third day in Bangkok we took the sky train to Lumphini Park where we made a walk and were the only two audiance members of a karaoke opera performance from a group of Chinese people while having lots of fun together. ;-)

Forum Posts

BKK airport to the Baiyoke Suite Hotel

by SO2KHA

Hello there,

I am new here in this forum?
Have anyone stayed at this hotel?
How was it? I have read some reviews about this hotel but just need some more idear if there is any.
I have search the web about the route of the airport bus. Among those sites, only one says the bus A1 from the airport would stop at the hotel and I wonder if this is true.

Thanks in advance.

RE: BKK airport to the Baiyoke Suite Hotel

by Bangkokjoe

Aircon buses from or to the airport are an okay way to go if your destination is on a main hotel / tourist drag, if you are not in a rush and if you do not have too many bags (more than two that is, one in a hand, one on a shoulder).

The buses usually wait near the meter taxi ranks at both international and the domestic terminals. If one is not there ask a local and they will try and help you if they speak your language. Really, they are very helpful.

Running times are 04.30 to 00.30, at approximately 15 to 30 minute intervals.

AB-1: Airport-Silom Road
From airport, Don Muang Tollway exit Din Daeng Road, pass Century Park Hotel, Pratunam, Ratchadamri Road, Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel, Lumphini Park, Silom Road, Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, Charoen Krung Road, and stop at Silom Road, opposite Lerdsin Hospital.

AB-2: Airport-Sanam Luang
From airport, Don Muang Tollway exit Din Daeng Road, pass Ratchawithi Road, Victory Monument, Phyathai Road, Phetchaburi Road, Lan Luang Road, Princess Hotel, Tanao Road, Phra Sumen Road, Chakraphong Road, Bang Lamphu (Khao San Road), around Democracy Monument, Royal Hotel and stop at Sanam Luang.

AB-3 Airport-Thonglor
From airport, Don Muang Tollway, Din Daeng Expressway, exit Sukhumvit Road, pass Nana, Ambassador Hotel, Grand Pacific Hotel, Asoke intersection, Eastern Region Bus Terminal (Ekamai), New Phetchaburi Road, Thonglor Road and stop at Thonglor Police Station. (been in here a few times I can tell you – lovely chaps the lot of them)

AB-4 : Airport-Hua Lamphong
From airport, take Don Muang Tollway, Din Daeng expressway, exit Ploenchit Road, pass Siam Centre, Siam Square, Phyathai Road, Mah Boon Krong, Rama IV Road, Mandarin Hotel, Bangkok Centre Hotel, Wong Wian 22 Circle, and stop at Bangkok Hua Lamphong Railway Station.

Regular Buses (regular bone shaking rattling buckets of rusty iron more like) are 29, 59, 95. To say non air con buses can be uncomfortable and crowded is an understatement.

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