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67 Narathivas Rachanakarin Road Soi 3, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand

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    I-Residence Hotel Bangkok


    I-Residence has quite a few things going for it. Its location opposite Chong Nongsi BTS station is excellent. One stop away from Sala Daeng BTS station where the major shopping centres and Patpong are, it is still within walking distance if you are in the mood or counting the pennies.
    Within the hotel, the restaurant (8th floor, highest) did not look appealing so I did not have any meals there. If you choose RatesToGo like what I did, you may have the option of opting out of the American Breakfast. A gym is available.
    Within the room (Deluxe bedroom) is a double bed and a two seater sofa. The room is furnished simply with a painting. LCD TV is available with a few cable channels CNN, HBO, ESPN. Even though a DVD player is supposed to be free, its availability is subjected to usage. I asked for it on both nights and none was available. Maybe they only bought 1 DVD player for the entire hotel. As a small boutique hotel, everything is small. The bedroom is decent-sized but the same cannot be said for the bathroom. The bathroom is small, but still very liveable. Even in the Deluxe bedroom, only shower facilities i.e. no bathtub. The water temperature from the shower tap is difficult to regulate. There are no bathrobes available, but that's fine with me. The bath/face towels all look new and clean. Some design misses ( as a boutique hotel): one edge of the bathroom door sticks out and the door does not close properly, the round American Standard tap at the face basin is slippery (leave the tap on while washing your face, or else you will have a hard time turning on the tap with your soapy hands), the aircon does not turn on if you enter the room (you need to manually find the remote), lack of airconditioning in the corridors or anywhere else in the hotel besides the lobby and the rooms.
    The lobby (2nd floor) is cheery with a single PC available should you need to use the internet andshould you be without a laptop. A trip to the airport costs 400 Baht.

    Unique Quality: Its location is excellent, with close proximity to good food and massage facilities. Quite quiet and safe. No overenthusiastic touts selling wares or 'special' shows or dubious massage services. You, however will get a 7-11 convenience store, a 24-hr grocery store, a McDonalds nearby, and ATMs. Several massage parlours are nearby, including the expensive and exclusive Chinese-influenced House of Qin (1500 Baht and up), a decent Mystique Spa (300 Baht for leg/Thai massage), and a cheap Porntip Massage (160 Baht for leg/Thai massage). A worthy mention are the numerous eateries and restaurants just alongside the main road. Lek Restaurant is a Thai-Chinese Czechar style restaurant with a menu (pictures and recommendations available). There are also several Chinese eateries selling Hongkong style dimsum, guotie/gyoza/fried dumplings, dimsum, seafood, roast meat etc.and a Little House Bakery and Restaurant. Hungry for street food? No problem. There are several mobile street hawkers in the morning and evening to serve you piping hot food. A small Thai eatery also sells a large variety of homecooked dishes with a plate of rice and is just the next building to I-Residence. A Boots pharmacy is nearby.
    Everything on the cabinet and fridge is free (1 small packet of Lay's chips, 1 small packet of peanuts, tea/coffee/sugar bags, 1 can of Coke and beer and Sprite, 2 bottles of water). Broadband is also free. Please take note that you must have administrator rights to your laptop as you need to disable your previous proxy setup. Surprisingly, a toothbrush is also given free. Many Thai hotels do not give toothbrushes free. Bath foam, shampoo, conditioner and moisturizer are all given free. The neighbourhood looks safe and quiet, even with the nearby construction works. It is expected that many more hotels and other commercial buildings will be erected in the near future. In fact I-hotel (I-Residences) will be building its very own shopping mall nearby.

    Directions: Just opposite Chong Nongsi BTS station. You should be able to see the signage on the BTS platform.

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The Dunggit Resort

by Mialee about The Dunggit Resort

Anyone who travels should know how to negotiate a price. We planned our trip through a Malay tour guide. We got to our 'hotel' with our two little girls paying 100.00 a night for 2 twin beds in a she-he night-club/residence. I searched every hotel from Hotel Laguna to Club Med, and more---Dunggit beats all 100%. We stayed a week after 2 nights with 2 adults, and 2 children in the smallest room we've ever been in together. The Holiday Inn has all the hype but it is right across the road and offers nothing more than a higher bill, and less service---5 stars to Dunjjit. It's either 2 j's or 2 g's--- either way, their rooms are great. A complete suite, including full kitchen, full living room, with crib, full balcony from the living room--king size bed, and balcony in seperate room. Gorgeous room---perfect hotel--80.00 a night. The Holiday Inn is right across the street. Standard rooms were over 100.00.

The Cheapest, value for money!

by June.b about The Blooms Residence

Made famous by John Mark Karr this year when he got arrested at his rented room/unit in connection with the murder case of 6-year old JanBenet Ramsey, which turned out to be a false confession.

I checked in at The Blooms Residence a day after John Karr was arrested so when I arrived there are still remnants of reporters and cameramen around.

I booked this place through a travel agent who recommended it when I happen to pass by that agency which is near the Honey House.

Rate is so inexpensive at Baht 450/night with a complimentary breakfast of 4 choices for two, if you're alone you'll get to have two choices. Good bargain!

Room is smallish-elongated (not recommended for claustrophobics) 20sqm, TV with english channels, furnitures are relatively new, green towels and towellettes, steelbedframe a bit squeaky, comfortable duvet, clean toilet with hot & cold shower, a bit unusual small exhaust fan on the glass pane on the top side of the bed near the ceiling, makes me uncomfortable that it might hit the plastic-ky curtain of the glass pane on the side of the balcony.

Yet at US$13 or 14, you can never go wrong. The location though is a bit on the interior side. A bit away from everything, though walking distance (approx. 10 min.) to the main roads of Sathorn and Rama IV where you can find public transports such as buses and metro. But taxis are always available in front of the hotel and so are the motorcycles (back ride) that charges only Baht 10 taking you to the main roads or everywhere near.

Recommended Cafeteria available on the lobby and another restaurant on the apartment side of the hotel/residence. There is also an internet cafe below the apartment building, a small grocer, laundry and Cd & bookshop.

Value for money.

Twenty - one things to consider when choosing

by supachet about Serviced Apartment

• Location - You need to check how far away the nearest BTS skytrain station, MRTA subway station, expressway entrance, hospital, international school, supermarket, mini- mart, restaurant, pub, and park is. Are they within walking distance? How easy is it to get a taxi? Also importantly, what is the rest of the neighborhood like?

• Price - What is the rent of serviced apartment and is it negotiable? Do you get any discount if you sign a long- term lease? Are you required to leave a deposit and when you leave, how easy is it to get it back? What are the electricity and water charges? Are there frequent rate increases, late fees and charges for additional guests? To say briefly, for example, will you get charged extra if your relative or friend decides to come and stay with you for two months?

• Decoration - Check and consider first if you are happy with the apartment's decoration. Moreover, can you re- decorate it yourself if you desire? There are some residences that may not allow you to change the interior design of the rooms. So make sure to ask before you start.

• The Lobby - A lobby says a lot about the residence, because it's the first thing people see when they enter and the last thing they see when they are leaving. • Facilities - Does the property have its own restaurant, fitness center, swimming pool, spa, and business center? What are their operating hours? Are they free for resident and, if not, how much will it cost you to use them? Is the equipment new, does everything work, and how crowded do they get?

• View - View can make or break any home, which is why serviced apartments with great views come at a premium price.

• Natural Lighting - How much natural light does the exposure and how many windows are provided, and is natural light enough to fill the entire apartment during the daytime?

• Service & Friendliness - Do things operate in a timely and orderly manner? Is the staff polite and helpful? Can they speak your language, or English and are you easily understood? How long does it take to get your requests responded and filled? If you would like to meet the GM, is he/ she available on the premises and easily accessible?

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by mari91423 about Oriental Hotel

One of the top rated hotels in Bangkok, the Oriental hotel is sure to impress. Its like you are frozen in time (circa 1887) when the hotel was erected. All of the european charm from the era is here at the hotel. We stayed in the same building as the Writers Residence. The Writer's Residence is a private section of the hotel, with an Atrium decked out in white garden furniture and sunlight.

The rooms? Imagine vaulted ceilings, hard wood floors, large windows, and a deep soaking tub (all eqipped with luxurious bath products). Spainish Eyes plays in the background. You wake up and have dinner along the river, where I hear that during the day the river flows in the opposite direction than in the night. Fabulous brunch of traditioanl Thai breakfast, as well as western favorites. The best part? You dont have to pay the hundreds you would think this hotel would command. Fo rinstance, we had a dinner across the river on their other property. A boat taxi transported across the way where my husband and I enjoyed a 5 course fineThai dinner, drinks and a show (about the monkeys and a princess). The bill? $150 for both of us. In fact, another couple from NY was staying at the Penninsula and they came over to our hotel property.

The hotel is not a typical nice, first class hotel. It managed to retain the charm from many decades ago. Great breakfast! Great rooms, Great Music. I wished the Oriental made a CD of the music we heard while staying at the hotel.

Monthly stays in Bangkok

by balisunshine

I did not have time to visit
any of these places
available for monthly rentals,
but rather found them listed
in the Bangkok Post.

I have listed those who have a web-site.
The research and leg work is up to you.
Hope it helps anyway.

Bangkok Villa
328-/51 Ladprao 84
Tel. 662-514-1999
Monthly Price:

Cape House
43 Soi Langsuan
Pleonchit, Bangrudee Soi 1
Monthly Price:
26,000 -77,000

Chateau De Ban, Bangkok
29 Ruamrudee Soi 1
Ploenchit Rd.
Putumwan Bangkok 100330
Tel. 662-651-4400
Price: N/A

CNC Residence
28 Sukhumvit 33
Wattana, Bangkok 10110
Tel. 662-662-2110
Monthly Price:

Embassy Palace Apartment
548 Ploenchit Rd.
Pathuwan, Bangkok
Tel. 662-255-8373 /6
Monthly Price:
55,000 – 120,000

Grand President
14-16 Sukhumvit Soi 11
Bangkok 10110
Tel. 662-651-1200 / 29
Monthly Price:
26,000 – 80,000

Kanary House
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Bangkapi, Bangkok 10240
Tel. 662-374-5544
662-374-8941 /3
Monthly Price:
28,000 – 42,000

Meritus Suites State Tower
1055/111 Silom Rd.
Bangrak, Bangkok 10500
Tel. 662-624-9999
Monthly Price:
84,150-252-450 Natural Ville
61 Langsuan Rd
Pahumwan, Bangkok
Tel. 662-250-7000
Monthly Price:
80,000 – 200,000

Novel Place
70 Soi Areesamphan 1
Phaholyothin Rd.
Phayathi Bangkok
Tel. 662-617-1790
Monthly Price:

Oakland City Residence
291 Soi Narathiwas Rajanagarindra 24
New Sathorn Rd.
Chongnonsi, Bangkok
Tel. 662-672-0200
Monthly Price:
44,000 – 165,000

President Park
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Bangkok 10110
Tel. 662-661-1000 /29
Monthly Price:
38,000 – 64,000

President Solitaire
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Bangkok 10110
Tel. 662-255-7200
Monthly Price:
55,000 – 115,000

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Tel. 662-261-5900
Monthly Price:
40,000 – 140,000

Royal President
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Tel. 662-253-9451 / 61
Monthly Price:
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SC Sathorn Mansion
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(Sathorn 7)
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Tel. 662-679-0090 / 5
Monthly Price:
28,000 – 100,000

Shangi – La Apartment
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New Rd
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Tel. 662 – 236-7777
Monthly Price:
70,000 – 160,000

Siri Sathorn
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Silom Rd.
Tel. 662-266-2345
Monthly Price:
70,000 – 240,000

World Residence Serviced Apartment
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Charoenkrung Rd
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Tel. 662-862-1611
Monthly Price:
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Decent hotel for a decent price

by jake5148 about Hi Residence

This a pretty new hotel so many cab drivers wont know where it is just by name. The hotel is about 10 minutes from most of the night life by cab if there is no traffic and its actually a pretty good hotel. I booked it on Hotels.com and paid $200 USD for 5 nights around ($38 USD per night). The room includes internet and 32 inch TV. They have a decent Gym and you can get a massage which is around 500 Baht for 1 hour and 500 Baht for the happy ending. The food is actually really good in this little hotel and pretty cheap. They have a rooftop bar which is also very nice. If you look really closely you can see where they cut some corners to save money, little things that fall out or just dont work as they should. I have to say that the bed could be better, it was way harder than I like it. Cheap and good food.

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I-Residence hotel , Bangkok

by trav4bus

Hi Vtees,

Anybody stayed at the the I -residence hotel, Siom road.I heared that its just infront of Chiong nonsi BTS,from I can go anywhere in bkk. the price is around 2160baht for deluxe/double.

I am preferring it because its new , and new hotel is always neat, non smelly and clean.

But still I will appreciate your comments on this hotel, if you have any experience.
However I can consider the other neat and clean hotel in sukhumvit area in the same price range.



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Address: 67 Narathivas Rachanakarin Road Soi 3, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand