Imperial Queens Park

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

199 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand

2 Reviews

The Imperial Queen's Park Hotel
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Good For Families
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  • Business67
  • Lower end 5 Star accomodation- Big hotel


    This is a very well priced 5 star hotel. Ageing but grand. Huge witha variety of rooms and many different deals and standards of room to match. The standard tourist room is clean medium sized for a 5 star hotel, excellent and large buffet breakfast, lunch or dinner- very wide variety of food to choose from.
    Conveniently located in Sukhumvit, on soi 22, near Phrom Phong Sky train station ( 6 minute walk) or down Sukhumvit road to Asoke Sky Train or Sukhumvit subway (10-12 minutes walk).
    A nice park right next door for morning exercise, great pools (2 outdoor) and a wonderful huge lobby area.
    Suitable for the tourist seeking mid priced (~$120) accomodation, also good for large business conferences with lots of function rooms of all sizes to choose from and all at a negotiatable price for larger groups.
    Good fast internet access in the room,
    In summary- the low end in price for 5 star accomodation, good location and lots of facilities

    Unique Quality: Location- right in the heart of Sukhumvit with easy access to the sky train
    Food- basic but huge variety at the buffet
    Well used to managing large groups so they can handle a conference ( I had 60 there in March 2011 and it went well)

    Directions: Sukhumvit Soi 22 is near Phrom Phong sky train station and the hotel is about 250 meters down Soi 22 on the right hand side. From airport take train to Makksan station and then a taxi to the hotel.

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    This hotel is situaded on soi 22 and offer an extra large lobby. Different rooms some with queen's park view.The largest suite,the Penthouse suite, occuped the entire floor of one building and offer 750 sqm for about 1500 US dollars, it's one of the largest in the world.2 pools and a large choice of restaurant. Everything is on gran scale is this hotel that offer 1400 rooms.

    Unique Quality: Incredible large suite, 2 pools.

    Directions: Sukhumvit soi 22 before Queen's Park

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Great Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member ClaireeTurnip

We stayed at the Imperial Queens Park for 4 nights in mid March '07 before flying onto Koh Samui. We also stayed at the hotel in '03 and so paid a little extra to stay here again this time round. The location of the hotel is excellent being next to a lovely park, only a 5 walk to a Sky Train Station and to the Emporium Shopping Centre with its designer stores is cool and stylish. There aren't a lot of street stalls immediately around the hotel but you can easily and safely jump on the Sky Train to the main shopping areas. The hotel itself is very large and the views across Bangkok / the park from our room on the 32nd floor were amazing. The rooms are of a high standard / size, beds are very comfortable and everything is clean which is most important. There is tea/coffee provided in the room and also a mini bar which is (as usual) expensive. We went to the 7 Eleven mini mart directly across from the hotel entrance to stock up on Chaing beer and diet coke at a fraction of the price. All of the staff we encountered were very friendly, professional and eager to ensure we had an enjoyable stay. The foyer is very impressive with its high ceiling and chandeliers. On our last night we ate at the hotel and choose the Thai / International Buffet which was amazing - the choice of fresh seafood, currys, stir frys, salads, deserts, etc etc ensured we didn't go hungry that evening. This is a very pleasant hotel with good facilities in an excellent location and the next time we are in Bangkok we will definately be staying here again.

Excellent Hotel!

by TripAdvisor Member matt78

My wife and I visited the Imperial Queen's Park Hotel in january 2007 as part of our wedding / honeymoon. Overall, we found this to be an excellent hotel and it's very difficult to fault it in any way.

On arrival we were checked in very swiftly by the friendly and efficient staff. As we have found out previously when visiting south east asia, the level of service is far superior to what you get in the UK. Nothing is too much trouble, and everything is done with a smile!

Our room was on the 16th floor and although we didn't have a great view, we could see both hotel swimming pools. The room was very large and well appointed with all the usual stuff - air-con, TV and DVD player, mini bar, large bed, desk and a number of comfortable chairs (we also got a bowl of fresh fruit). The bathroom was good and had a very powerful shower and plenty of hot water! The room felt very secure as the door had dead locks and it had the all important safety deposit box. The only annoyance was the light in the wardrobe which couldn't be turned off. It disrupted our first night's sleep until I took the bulb out!

The hotel has two swimming pools situated on the 4th and 9th floors. We only tried the one on the 9th floor as it seemed to get more sun! The pools have daily chlorine and pH tests with the results displayed on a board which is unusual and reassuring to see.

We found the location of the hotel to be good. Yes, it's not in the middle of all the action, but it's situated near to the sky train, which is the best way to get around (avoid taxi's and tuk tuks if you value your life!) The nearest station is called Phrom Phong, and is a five minute walk from the hotel. The best way to get there is to exit the hotel through the rear door and walk through the lovely Benjasiri Park. It only costs 20B to get to the centre of the new town (Siam Station). We never sampled any of the hotel's restaurants so I can't comment on them but there are plenty of good value restaurants near the hotel.

We really enjoyed our stay at the Imperial and would definately come back!

Absolutely brilliant!!

by TripAdvisor Member ash-eire

booked this hotel on got a brilliant deal and upgraded for 1000 thai baht when we got there which included an upgraded room, breakfast and free cocktails between 6 and 8pm!! it was well worth every penny of it and we didnt pay that much to start with! the hotel, surroundings, spa, restaurants etc were wonderful and the staff were probably the most courteous i have ever met, could not do enough for you! id say the hotel is 5 plus * and on some sites only get 3* but believe me you would be hard pushed to find a hotel like it in ireland or UK! we were back packing but wanted a few nites of luxury before the hard work started and it was well within our budget, i would strongly reccommend staying in this part of bangkok and just visiting some other parts as it can be a bit scary and you DEFINATLEY need air con!! bar, cafe and restaurant prices expensive but there are lots of places about to eat etc and i strongly recommend using the free pool, sauna etc - excellent!
in one word this hotel was amazing!
ash ireland

Very Good

by TripAdvisor Member EZT

I stayed in this property twice. First in 2003 and then in 2006.

It is a very good property for Bangkok. Location is excellent. Hotel facilities are excellent, and overall value for money is up there with the best.

Great Gym. Very good pools.

Highly recommended without hesitation.

great conference and tourist hotel

by TripAdvisor Member gvaguy

Have stayed here a number of times for conferences. Nice big rooms, clean, good breakfasts, friendly staff, good location. Nothing to complain about.

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Amari Atrium Hotel

by dianamight

heya all! bangkok is FABULOUS and i absolutely love it!! :-D great place, LOVE the ppl and to-die-for food!

was previously staying at the Imperial Queen's Park hotel and am now considering trying out Amari Atrium Hotel on New Petchburi Road. Anyone been there? is it convenient if we're depending to rely solely on public transport?


Re: Amari Atrium Hotel

by guru4ever

have you been to Kathmandu??
just curious

Re: Amari Atrium Hotel

by travelagent4thailand

not if you're solely depending on public transportation...

unless you mean..taxis are public transportation.

the hotel itself is nice and refreshing which may suffice for the transportation....

i also like it cause one of my best friends is the owner..

happy sleeping!


Re: Re: Amari Atrium Hotel

by thelittlevoice

i've been there too many times and it wasn't quite fun to wait 20 minutes to make a u-turn. u can take a bus in front of the hotel very easily...i did a couple of times...but i'd suggest u stay somewhere that is near skytrain station.

Re: Amari Atrium Hotel

by magics32

I plan to visit Bkk in Jan but would sstay at Sheraton on Sukhemvit Road. If u r still in Bkk we could meet and have some fun together. I will be there or about 4 days. if interested u can write me at :

Re: Re: Amari Atrium Hotel

by dianamight

no, i've never been to kathmandu. why do you ask? :-P

Re: Re: Amari Atrium Hotel

by dianamight

*sigh* i know, i LOVED imperial queens park which i stayed at before. it was off sukhumvit, skytrain was just there and cabby to everywhere wasn't very expensive.

unfortunately, that was courtesy of daddy dearest and this time round its a little out of my league. any suggestions for anywhere cheap and convenient? my only criteria is DEF my own bathroom and cleanliness! cab fare from amori to a skytrain station wont be too expensive will it? really want to go to chatuchak market!

magics, sadly, i'll be there only in feb :-( i start my trip in the states and work my way back. however, do write me and let me know how u go!

cheers all :-D

Re: Re: Amari Atrium Hotel

by magics

Thanks for the message. My visit plan is being worked on by my office but I am hoping to be in Bkk about 22/23 Feb for about 3/4 days...If u r in Bkk , we can meet..........please stay in touch...


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Address: 199 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand