JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

4 Sukhumvit Rd, Soi 2, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand

4 Reviews

JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok
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Similarly priced and rated as other 5 star hotels

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  • Families79
  • Couples92
  • Solo92
  • Business93
  • New York Steakhouse


    One of the best steakhouses in Thailand. Very good 14oz ribeye steak but $80 is overpriced.

    Also, tables are too close together, can hear other people conversations.

    Must pay separately for side orders. With drinks expect a bill over $200. Stay away fron the Boston Lobster promotion, lobster meat appears to be old and mushy, cooked very poorly



    Me and my spouse stayed at the JW during August 09 for 5 nights. We stayed in a standard room and received the government rate (about 30% off). Cost ended up around 125.00 US dollars a night. Pretty good price for a 5 star hotel in BKK. Location on Sukhumvit Rd in the business/shopping/embassy district is great. The JW is near the xpressway, and the BTS SkyTrain stops are real close. Great location overall. Service was good/great overall. Security is good. Cannot comment on any of the restaraunts at the hotel, didn't try any of them. Fitness center great, best hotel gym I've seen/used. Pool is average for a 5 star hotel. Only negative is that everything at the hotel is expensive. Internet in the room is not free. Costs about 8 dollars for an hour. Internet is also available for 1 day or week at a set cost as well. A double espresso and a fruit drink cost almost 20.00 US dollars in the lobby. Crazy expensive! Also, laundry service is very expensive. Overall, a good hotel for the price. All the extras are expensive though. If you can get the government discount, an excellent choice.

    Unique Quality: Great:
    fitness center

    Directions: Business/Shopping/Embassy District

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    Downtown Bangkok


    Hmmmm, was not impressed with the JW Marriott. We had to stay here returning from Phuket on the way home. Decided to shop some more in Bangkok and thought staying downtown would be more convenient. We were wrong. Nana Entertainment Plaza is across the street from this hotel. And unless you are interested in the Go Go girls and all the pleasures it offers, I would pass on this location. Although the amenities are well suited to the business traveler (great business center and conference rooms.) The pool and fitness center were left lacking, however I did participate in an Aqua Aerobics class that was quite fun. And no spa massage services - one cannot go through a day in Thailand without a Thai massage (I'm referring to the ACTUAL massages, lol) After day 2 we were definitely starting to feel a little trapped inside at night.

    Unique Quality: Homeless sleeping on street outside. Which is in every big city location - well every one I've been to...

    Directions: Downtown, so to speak.

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    My favourite hotel in Bangkok


    UPDATE January 2009 - this place just gets better. The Executive Lounge has been refurbished and slightly enlarged. The breakfast service and the hot snacks during the evening cocktail service are cooked in a custom built cooking area in the lounge ensuring they are hot and fresh. Superb :-)

    Bangkok has many fine hotels and I have been lucky to stay in a number of them.
    OK I will admit that being a member of the Marriott Rewards program is the reason why I frist stayed here in 1999, but it is the service, atmosphere and location that means I have been back a dozen times since then and I am looking to forward to my next visit in March 2009.

    During 2006 the hotel started to refurbish the rooms and the new rooms are a good improvement on the old. As is getting more common they have Flat Screen TVs, a more novel touch is that it is easy to connect your PC, camcorder or DVD player to the TV and they even supply the cables. It is also possible to connect your MP3 player so that it plays through the TV, again the lead is supplied. The other nice touch is that the showers have also been upgraded and you now can either use the normal shower head or you can use the "rain shower" head. There are still some of the old style rooms, but I think all rooms now have the flat screen TVs.

    I have added pictures of one of the new rooms to this tip.

    Unique Quality: If you opt for an “Executive Room” you will have access to the Executive lounge and a host of other benefits such as
    • Complimentary breakfast in the lounge – much better than usually offered in Marriotts in Europe or the USA.
    • Free pressing service on each day (3 items per day)
    • Free drinks in the Executive Lounge during the day and Happy Hours from 6 – 8 each evening featuring a well stocked bar and a good selection of hot and cold snacks
    • In room check in.

    The pool is not large and because of the high rise buildings sun bathing hours are cut back a bit, but it is still a very pleasant area for a bit of respite from the hustle and bustle that is Bangkok. Also the pool staff will bring out complimentary cold fruit and iced water every hour or so.

    There is also a health club and spa in the hotel.

    The main restaurant is the coffee shop which has won awards for the quality of its lunch buffet (deservedly so in my opinion). There is a “New York” Steakhouse which is expensive, but the steak and service are both first class. They also have 2 Japanese restaurants called “Tsu" and "Nami".

    They take photos of frequent guests so they will recognise them when they check in!

    The location is very close to one of the main bar areas known as Nana Plaza and the Nana Sky train station. Also close by are the bars and restaurants along Sukhumvit.

    Directions: Sukhumvit, Central Bangkok

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Forum Posts

Bangkok Streets

by jorgegomes

Could you tell me if Sukhumvit Road is the same road as Rama I?

RE: Bangkok Streets

by Bangkokjoe

If someone said Rama 1 Road to me I would take it as the end of Sukhumvit Road that extends from the World Trade Center (near Chidlom area) going towards the centre of the older city.

Are you looking for a specific address?

RE: RE: Bangkok Streets

by jorgegomes

I'm looking for this address:
4 Sukhumvit Soi 2,, Bangkok

RE: RE: Bangkok Streets

by johnaalex

That would be the JW Marriott hotel? Rama 1 Road goes from the National Stadium to the Erawan Shrine. It then becomes Ploenchit Road which in turns becomes Sukhumvit.

If you are staying at the JW Marriott you have picked a good hotel - see my pages for more details.



RE: Bangkok Streets

by jrs1234

Hi -

Sukhumvit Soi 2 is within walking distance of Nana Skytrain station, if you're looking to reach it by public transport: there is a map here which might help, as well:


Hope this helps,



RE: RE: Bangkok Streets

by thisit811

According to Bangkok City old map! Rama 1 started from National Stadium through Soi Chidlom Near UK Embassy. Sukhumvit Road started after Railway crossing, beginning from Sukhumvit Soi 1.

RE: RE: Bangkok Streets

by Bangkokjoe

OOOOOoooerrrr.... any numbers higher than that and you could be hitting that dodgy massage parlour on the corner of the Raja Hotel.

Fingers crossed and here's hoping it is the Marriott Hotel!!!! Could be the small office block right next to it.

RE: RE: Bangkok Streets

by NitNoy

There is the very nice 5 star Majestic Grande Hotel located at 12 Sukhumvit Soi 2. It's far from dodgy and a much better value than the JW.



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Address: 4 Sukhumvit Rd, Soi 2, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand