Ecotel Bangkok

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1091/333-4 New Petchburi Road 35, Rajthevee, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
11%
27
Very Good
43%
102
Average
31%
74
Poor
5%
14
Terrible
7%
18

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families53
  • Couples67
  • Solo71
  • Business66

More about Ecotel Bangkok

Full Comfort at Budget Prices

by winnietankl about The Ecotel Bangkok

The new 3 star boutique hotel is located in a very famous shopping area `Pratunam' so it is very convenient, you can get not only street foods around the corner but 7-11, sea food restaurants, grocery stores, massage parlours, hair saloon and even morning market all just walking distant. The new and big shopping complex like Platinum 2 and others like MBK, Siam Paragon are about 15-20 walk from the hotel. You can also take the Airport Rail Link at Makkasan Station (about 20 min walk) direct to Suvarnabhumi International Airport for less than 50baht. The hotel is very clean, staffs are helpful too. I paid for 1,100baht per night and got 2 breadfast every morning at Cafe d Elite which is next few doors away from the hotels. The foods are fantastic and have a few varieties to choose from. Room has hair dryer, refrigerator, free wifi, IDD phone, cable TV and spacious too. I will surely recommend this hotel and would like to stay here again.

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The Ecotel Bangkok

by KIMPEK

Hi,

Any one has any idea of the above hotel? we will be in bangkok next week and plan to stay there...

Thank you

Re: The Ecotel Bangkok

by gildapaolina

I send you two links where could read some reviews about the Ecotel. Hope it could help.

http://www.asiarooms.com/thailand/bangkok/the_ecotel_bangkok-hotel-reviews.html

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g293916-d1010101-Reviews-Ecotel_Bangkok-Bangkok.html

Re: The Ecotel Bangkok

by KIMPEK

Thank you....

Cheers111

Ecotel Bangkok

by btin

Hiii all...
Anyone stay in Ecotel Bangkok before? Heard it's quite a new hotel. Is it accessible to sky train, shopping, massage?

Thanks/christine

Re: Ecotel Bangkok

by ks01

Please website the hotel website for more details.
http://www.ecotelbangkok.com/
Have a great time in Bkk.

Re: Ecotel Bangkok

by jrs1234

Hi -

The location is an OK but not great one - moderately convenient for Pratunam and its cheap clothing vendors but not too much else. It looks as if it's about a 1km walk or so down to the nearest Skytrain station at Chit Lom.

Cheers,

Jeremy

Hi, i am going to bangkok and Pattaya on 22 Apr, Is it safe there?

by skywing

staying the Ecotel Bangkok, 20 mins walking distance to the Central world Plaza (Major shopping area), Is it safe if i am not shop around siam square area?

Re: Hi, i am going to bangkok and Pattaya on 22 Apr, Is it safe there?

by xymmot

It's safe in bangkok, just stay away from protest areas.

Re: Hi, i am going to bangkok and Pattaya on 22 Apr, Is it safe there?

by SirHalberd

I don't think you will have a problem in that area. That said, a protest group can show up anywhere. Unless you see a huge amount of police and army guys lining up on one side and the protesters on the other side you should be okay if they just walk by. Most of the action will be in areas closer to the government offices.

Pattaya should be no problem at all. Remember that transportation in the Pattaya City area is only 10 baht but only if you wave a moving baht bus down and just hop on. When you want to get off push the buzzer and just pay the driver 10 baht! If you tell the driver where to go you pay a custom price! Most areas in Pattaya you can reach with one or two baht bus rides. Baht bus rides are fixed routes, sometimes you hop off of one and then get another going in a different direction.

Lots of malls in Pattaya on Pattaya 2nd Road (Pattaya Sai Song) as well as street vendors, small shops, movie theaters, etc.

http://www.thaiwaysmagazine.com/pattaya_map/pattaya_map_pattaya.html

Have a nice time in Thailand.

Re: Hi, i am going to bangkok and Pattaya on 22 Apr, Is it safe there?

by frank_bkk

None of the shops at Siam Square vicinity are presently open (besides MBK) so pretty much a waste of time going.
No. I would not advise you to go to this area - this is the heart of the red-shirt protest. There are a hundred different other places to shop. Start with Pratunam market - that is unaffected at the moment.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Orchids as I love taking pix in it!

by yen_2

If you can't do nothing in the park then just do what I did, taking pix for VT,hehehe...anyway, they have nice cultivated sunflowers, orchids, and calachu-chi(Philippines have lots of this one)... Walking around and sitting after walking,heheheh...I have problems with too much walking though...cause I'm too lazy now not unlike those days;-)

Show respect

by Linda_T

The King, the Queen and the Royal family are highly respected by Thai people. Visitors should show respect to them. For example By, stand still when national anthem is played . Or not criticizing members of the royal family

After the Chinese and Japanese...

by Pierre_Rouss

After the Chinese and Japanese alphabet, probably one of the most difficult to read alphabet around might be the Thai alphabet. Looks like lljjijllfjif (or f without -) or any variation on number or combination of characters.
For my sake, it looks like most word look the same except for length. It makes it very difficult to find a city on a map, follow directions on road signs, although numbers are the same (at least).
Good luck.

Thai Boxing

by joecooper

Although I have very little interest in conventional boxing, I really wanted to experience an evening at a Thai Boxing arena - we chose Sanam Muay Ratchadamnoen. We splashed out on ringside seats (1500 bahts) and it was well worth it to see the action so close. However, if you don't want to spend so much, seats start at 300 baht up in the cages and it looked like a great atmosphere amongst the frenzy of gambling locals. The evening starts at 9pm and goes through to about 1am so it makes for great after dinner entertainment. At the ringside there are young lads serving beer and other refreshments but they are not cheap by Thai standards.

The program covers differing weights and skills of fighters although all the men are highly fit and have muscles in places you wouldn't think possible! Before the fighting commences both fighters circle the ring in a ceremonial dance and kneel down to pray. There is also a musical group of which drums a hypnotic beat throughout the fight. If, like us, you are not a fan of violence, I urge you to attend anyway - this is such an important part of Thai culture and tradition. Although the sport has a brutal image the fighters have nothing but total respect for each other and it is rare for kicks to go above shoulder height.

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Address: 1091/333-4 New Petchburi Road 35, Rajthevee, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand