Narai Hotel

222 Silom Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand
(3.5 star hotel)
#140
Rank 140 of 714 hotels
in Bangkok
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 10 reviews
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Tourist Hotel at Silom Road

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 27, 2007

Enjoyed my stay here for a few days at convention held at this hotel venue.

Room was a bit old with Thai decor but fine for value for money. The buffet breakfast on the 2nd floor has both Western and Thai and Chinese spread. Quite a number of European tourists staying at the hotel. There is also a swimming pool but did not use it.

Location is strategic. There is a bus stop nearby, an Indian temple within walking distance as well as shops for making tailored clothes.

Can take the bus or tuk tuk or taxi or even 20 minutes walk to Pat Pong area of restaurant and night entertainment along this Silom Road with tourist shopping stalls setup along the road pavement.

Walked about 10 minutes to the nearby Skytrain station.

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Friendly and smiling even at 3AM

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 24, 2006

We arrived here in the wee hours of the morning after a horrendous trip from Canada...( 13 hours just waiting on the plane in Japan and then a night on the floor in the airport...just to give you the picture)...anyway the Narai cetainly fit the bill for us . The staff were welcoming , and quick to get us into our lovely room.

Unique Quality: Wonderful breakfast in the morning and huge buffet...

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Worth it!

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 29, 2006

Stayed here for 3 nights during soccer world cup time.....
Pleasantly surprised to see the hotel all geared up for the event..

Freindly staff....Nice rooms (took 2 rooms which were adjoining)..Maybe a bit cramped for space but no complaints.. Close to patpong area 8-10 misn walk.....

Decent buffet breakfast ...kind of repeated all 3 days of my visit...but excellent if u ahve a morning flight as breakfast begins at 5am...

Only discomforting fact is that Chong nonsi sky train station is a good 15 mins walk...(we preffered a tuk-tuk ride)...The pooL is nothing gr8 but serves the purpose..

All in all a hotel i would definitley recommend...Adios!

Directions: On main silom road...Next to TrippleTwo silom hotel

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Well Located

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 1, 2006

A reasonable hotel, located near Patpong, at walking distance to the ferries, and easy to access the other transports.

The pool is somewhat hidden, but for the kids it was Eden, and for us a great relief after the long walking days.

The service was discreet but acceptable.

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Punches above its Weight

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 4, 2006

The Narai is a good, no pretentions, 3* hotel in Bangkok that has a bit of charm. Its less than 45 min from airport, handy to BTR network (less than 10 mins to Chongnonsee Station) and a15-20 min walk to Tha Oriental Pier to catch the Express Ferry Service which gets the visitor to all the temple attractions of Bangkok very easily. Its in the middle of a major commercial centre of Bangkok ( and just up the road from Patpong).
The main foyer is cavernous , with a restaurant on the mezzanine. The Narai serves up a good breakfast and dinner buffet( frequented by local business people). A large reception room on the ground floor is worth keeping an eye on ,local wedding receptions, high school formals.
The rooms vary considerably between Superior and Deluxe. Pay the extra.Regardlees, the rooms are clean,tidy and well maintained.The housekeeping staff deserve a lot of credit for providing friendly efficient service that is missing from hotels I've a lot more money for.
The narai is used by European tour groups, seeing a bit of bangkok before going home. The pool is best avoided( its not up to much anyway)

Directions: Centrally placed in the Silom District

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Punches above its Weight

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 4, 2006

The Narai is a good, no pretentions, 3* hotel in Bangkok that has a bit of charm. Its less than 45 min from airport, handy to BTR network (less than 10 mins to Chongnonsee Station) and a15-20 min walk to Tha Oriental Pier to catch the Express Ferry Service which gets the visitor to all the temple attractions of Bangkok very easily. Its in the middle of a major commercial centre of Bangkok ( and just up the road from Patpong).
The main foyer is cavernous , with a restaurant on the mezzanine. The Narai serves up a good breakfast and dinner buffet( frequented by local business people). A large reception room on the ground floor is worth keeping an eye on ,local wedding receptions, high school formals.
The rooms vary considerably between Superior and Deluxe. Pay the extra.Regardlees, the rooms are clean,tidy and well maintained.The housekeeping staff deserve a lot of credit for providing friendly efficient service that is missing from hotels I've a lot more money for.
The narai is used by European tour groups, seeing a bit of bangkok before going home. The pool is best avoided( its not up to much anyway)

Directions: Centrally placed in the Silom District

OK if you don't mind the walk

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 7, 2005

Relatively ok if you are not particular about the furnishings. Staff are generally friendly and helpful. Buffet breakfast is ok but its the same everyday (I stayed for 4 days and ate the same food every morning).
However, nearest BTS (ChongNansi) is 10-15 mins walk....can be quite tiring after a day's shopping. Path back to hotel at night is dark and lurky.
Not much food options around hotel vicinity and room service menu is pathetic after 10 pm.

average hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 26, 2004

ermm.. not very near to city area.
need to walk ard 15 min to the nearest train station (i.e. BTS)
but it is near to the patpong night market. so as u are coming back to the hotel late at night, u can consider taking a stroll back instead of taking cab directly back (even thou taking cab is dirt cheap there) ;p

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Sleeping on Silom Rd.

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 27, 2003

A popular hotel for groups, nicely located between the river and the Night Market. We stayed here. The rooms were fine, but not impressive. What I loved best was the breakfast buffet that included Japanese options, such as sushi!

Unique Quality: Great breakfast buffet.

Narai Hotel

by written on August 25, 2002

2000 Baht per night

Unique Quality: The Narai is a good hotel that is well located, has big rooms with air conditioning and has bars and restaurants with Western-type food. The decor in the rooms could be better but if you are on holiday, you shouldn't spend too much time there.

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