Centre Point Wireless Road Bangkok

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

100 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Patumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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78
Very Good
44%
78
Average
8%
15
Poor
1%
3
Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 78% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families93
  • Couples93
  • Solo67
  • Business87

More about Centre Point Wireless Road Bangkok

More than a home...

by Ellainne about Centre Point, Wireless Road

You feel more than a home, everything is neat and clean.... they have best service you can imagine and even staffs are quite good in speaking english. For travellers who will stay for short days this is not recommended hotel since there's a lot reasonable price of hotels in Bangkok. I just try this place :P Sauna, gym, squash, swimming pools, library, conference room, laundry service and business center

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Forum Posts

Cape House and Centre Point Wireless Road

by travel80

Hi all,

does anyone has got comments for Cape House and Centre Point Wireless Road? I don't seem to find any comments in the Hotel Reviews. Is it very near to BTS? Is the room good?

Thank You.

Regards,

RE: Cape House and Centre Point Wireless Road

by frodo88

i am at centrepoint right now for two months. centrepoint.com for direct hot deals. the reason you dont find info, is both are serviced apartments, not hotels. the only difference to me is larger rooms; studio, 1br, 2br. and you get a fridge and kitchen. i have a great balcony with table and two lounge chairs where we eat many meals. centrepoint is closer to bts than capehouse, very close. also you can do centrepoint on daily or monthly basis. dont remember if same option at capehouse. there is another CP on same street as capehouse, but older and smaller studios. wireless is their nicest property. next door is us ambassador,s residence. across street is plaza athenee. you are also walking distance to central chidlom; big dept store, with huge gourmet supermarket.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

sex change vs. eye correction

by richiecdisc

Though the area can be depressing if you spend more than a couple days there, the convenience is hard to resist for those just passing through. Much like New York City, it only takes a few blocks of walking to find yourself far removed from the tourist masses, and right in the middle of the mass of humanity that is a thriving Asian capital like Bangkok. Despite the constant deluge of travelers passing through, those serving them, particularly in the small food stalls that line the streets remain remarkably friendly. The woman who ran our hotel was particularly helpful even though she had clean and convenient rooms at some of the best prices we found. We kept waiting for a catch, maybe some kind of sales pitch for anything, but it never came. Just good advice whenever we asked for it.

The sights of the great city are many but I found my vision bleary after just one day, and decided to have it checked at the Rutnin Eye Hospital. Though Bangkok is notorious as a place to have a sex change operation, I didn’t realize the popularity of vision correction until investigating the possibilities of my own dilemma. It turns out Rutnin is one of the finest hospitals in all of Southeast Asia, with many people paying for their fare to the region on the saved money of procedures costing ten times back home. (concluded below in Fondest Memory)

The complicated wai

by bekvv

Lately while out and about I have noticed farangs wai-ing left, right and centre, and usually it's painfully misplaced.

In *general* as a tourist it isn't necessary to wai anyone and it's especially not appropriate to wai the waiter at the hotel restaurant who is just greeting you politely as a service industry thing or the cashier at Gourmet Market Place. They will wai you, but they just are greeting you as a respected customer.

I think unless you know exactly how to do it - as in how high to wai the recipient and if you do it first or last, based on their 'status' compared to yours - you should just smile sincerely and nod/quick head duck, which is impossible to get wrong. If someone is a friend or colleague or has helped you out and it feels right, then that is when to do it. When in doubt, smile and head duck - this can be applied to lots of different social situations and is good to get in the habit of doing.

One of the most beautiful...

by Krystynn

One of the most beautiful aspects of the Thai people is their utmost respect and ENORMOUS love for their monarchy. It is definitely NOT advisable to say anything bad or negative about their King; this act alone could land you in serious trouble!! The Thai ADORE their King and you will never hear a Thai utter a bad word about their monarchy.

If you have seen the movie 'Anna and the King' starring Jodie Foster (as Anna) and Chow Yuen Fatt as the King of Siam... you'd have an inkling of what I mean.

Enjoy Bangkok!! I'm very sure you will! :-)

Photo Below: That's me at the Floating Market (off Bangkok) trying to strike a cool James Bond pose. Haha... Gutsy huh?

Muay Thai action

by deeper_blue

Go to the Lumpini stadium to watch some bouts of Muay Thai boxing (the national sport).
Quite different from any sporting atmosphere you will experience in the west. The Thais love to bet on the outcome and will shout odds between contests.

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 Centre Point Wireless Road Bangkok

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Address: 100 Wireless Road, Lumpini, Patumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand