Bangkok Natural Spa & Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

1148 Soi Pattankarn 30, Pattanakarn Road, Suanluang, Bangkok, 10250, Thailand
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
18%
3
Very Good
50%
8
Average
12%
2
Poor
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Terrible
18%
3

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Costs 52% less but rated 13% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples88
  • Solo80
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

faster way going to Baiyoke Sky hotel from the airport

by donnanolasco

hi,
just like to ask if the train from airport go near Baiyoke Sky Hotel? what station?

Re: faster way going to Baiyoke Sky hotel from the airport

by xymmot

Baiyoke Sky Hotel is situated in downtown area Pathumwan. It is a 5-minute walk to Rachaprarop Station, from which it takes 25 minutes by train to Suvarnabhumi Airport.

To me it is hard to find in the crowd. even though it is the tallest building, on the ground service you can see the building but can not get to the enterance. I took a taxi there and when I leave there during the day, I am tottaly lost to find it after street walking. You can take the airport express train and take a taxi in the city.

cheers tommy x

Re: faster way going to Baiyoke Sky hotel from the airport

by walterwu

Rachaprarop Station is the nearest station to BaiYoke Sky Hotel and is about 3 streets away. The normal Airport train service stops at the Rachaprarop Station.

Makkasan station, where the Airport Express train end is 1 station away from Rachaprarop Station. Won't be a good choice unless you take a taxi from this station to the Hotel.

Re: faster way going to Baiyoke Sky hotel from the airport

by walterwu

Makkassan Station/City Air Terminal where the Airport Express ends is much further to BaiYoke Sky Hotel.

There another station called Makkassan Railway.

Re: faster way going to Baiyoke Sky hotel from the airport

by Mikebb

Check the hotel web page for directions , or email them.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Bangkok Airport Money and ATM Tip

by wheelstrong

hopefully not too late w/ this response but at the bangkok airport (Suvarnabhumi), there is a currency exchange w/ two ATM machines next to it. they are located near the elevators after you exit the baggage claim on the first floor. you'll see transportation hawkers. go beyond them and you'll see an elevator. at the elevator, to the right, you'll see the currency exchange office and the ATMs. i think they are Krung Thai Bank or kbb and siam commercial bank.

take the max amount of $$ you can out of the ATM and try to exchange one of the large denominations into a smaller amount for the cab fare.

Bangkok traffic

by Snipernurse

The traffic in Bangkok is really bad!!!!! Expect to get stuck in traffic jams. Have a book handy or camera handy and occupy yourself. Traffic is the only time a tuk tuk will benefit you, as it can weave in and out of jams. Just a heads up, the traffic is bad

The hub of the Old Town - Sanam Luang

by jrs1234

This often-dusty open space may not appear to be much to look at at times, but it's of great importance to the Thais. Important celebrations and ceremonies are held here from time to time, including royal birthdays and the Royal Ploughing Ceremony in early May.

It's also a useful point of reference; the Grand Palace is at its southern end, and the National Museum is on the northwestern corner. On a quiet day, you may well see people coming to fly kites.

A Local Dance Contests

by listenandlearn

We experienced a very unusual memorable experience having been invited by a local whom we just met at a restaurant. They took us to their children´s school (one was 6 years old and the elder was going 7 years old). They joined a local dance contest in their school and they were both nominated to be one of the best customs in their class. Please notice their hands, this is just an amazing and so beautiful customs they have, saying thank you with their hands together, so meaningful and so sincere.

Sacred Banyan Trees

by Bangkokjoe

It’s guaranteed that on your road travels around Bangkok, the rural areas and the islands you’ll get to see trees wrapped up in coloured silks and non-descript man made fibres. Often they will have old “redundant”, rotting and broken spirit houses laid at their base.

Most usually they are a sacred Banyan Tree, and more often than not, if they are not in temple grounds, they are in areas of significant numbers of motorcycle accidents. A “momento mori” with a colourful typically Thai bent to design, style and mai pen rai.

Some spirits are believed to live in trees, especially the ones with aerial root structures, creating spaghetti patterns and small crannies. The bodhi tree is one of these, and reports are that the Lord Buddha received enlightenment under one. So the Bodhi and the Banyan get wrapped up right the way across the Kingdom. Cut one down? Dread the thought, at least not with some elaborate rituals that allowed the spirit to relocate.

This sacred tree is in the back area of Wat Pho and attracts more than its fair share of incense and prayer offerings. No motorcycles or homeless spirits here thank goodness.

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Address: 1148 Soi Pattankarn 30, Pattanakarn Road, Suanluang, Bangkok, 10250, Thailand