Nawarat Resort & Serviced Apartment Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

19/49 Moo 7, Bangna-Tard Rd. Km 9, Bangkaew, Bangplee, Samutprakan, Bangkok, 10540, Thailand
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Priceline.com AMOMA.com Despegar.com

60%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
0%
0
Very Good
20%
2
Average
40%
4
Poor
10%
1
Terrible
30%
3

Value Score Average Value

Costs 44% less but rated 16% lower than other 2 star hotels

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families0
  • Couples0
  • Solo75
  • Business0

More about Bangkok

Photos

Siam ParagonSiam Paragon

Dragon Seafood & Sharfin RestaurantDragon Seafood & Sharfin Restaurant

Construction in BangkokConstruction in Bangkok

BTS Skytrain Phrom Phong StationBTS Skytrain Phrom Phong Station

Forum Posts

is it better to take a taxi or take the sky train from airport to citadines,bangkok,sukhumvit 23

by vpas

Hello,
Has anyone stayed at the Citadines Bangkok Sukhumvit 23,
No.37//7,Sukhamvit 23,Sukhamvit Road,Klongtoey-Nua,Wattana,
Bangkok -10110
On browsing I found that it is near the sky train station Asok.
How much would a ticket from the aiport cost and how much would a taxi cost?We are three persons travelling.
Any views on the hotel would also be appreciated.
Thank you,
Seetha

Re: is it better to take a taxi or take the sky train from airport to citadines,bangkok,sukhumvit 23

by xymmot

THREE PEOPLE AND LUGGAGE,,,,TAKE A TAXI, ABOUT 400 BAHTS WITH TIP INCLUDED CHEERS TOMMY X

Re: is it better to take a taxi or take the sky train from airport to citadines,bangkok,sukhumvit 23

by RobSydney

I would take the new train to Maaksan station and a taxi from there, if you really wanted to save, you could walk the 300meters to the suibway station and two stops down to Sukhumvit station which is at Asok

Re: is it better to take a taxi or take the sky train from airport to citadines,bangkok,sukhumvit 23

by SirHalberd

If you arrive at or near midnight there is no Airport Rail Link. The Skytrain also stops running at midnight.

Skytrain and Rail Link are two different companies.

http://www.urbanrail.net/as/bang/bangkok.htm

A meter taxi is door to door. Three people in a taxi costs the same as one passenger. Most of the taxi fares to this area come to around 350 baht. Meter taxi (Public Taxi) sign up desk is on the first floor, at the curb area in 2 places. You pay the METER FARE plus a 50 baht surcharge plus any toll charges during ride. Have small bills and coins. YOU pay any tolls during ride and surcharge and meter fare at the hotel. Have a good address for the hotel. Taxi sign up clerks will twll the driver in Thai where to go. Meter fare starts at 35 baht. (Keep the receipt it identifies the driver, etc.)

http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/node/52

If you arrive early enough to use the Rail Link you can switch to the subway at Makkasan. At that stop to connect to the subway you do have a bit of a walk. The subway also stops at Asoke. Or, take the Rail Link to the last stop, Phaya Thai, and walk to the Skytrain station carrying your bags everywhere, sometimes up or down stairs. The Skytrain will take you to Asoke.

A taxi is much easier and not much different in price!

There are hotels near the end of the Rail Link. Baiyoke Boutique Hotel is one and the P.R. Place is another. These locations are good if you want lots of shopping and also places to ship from. This is the Pratunam area. But not close to Skytrain.

http://baiyokeboutique.baiyokehotel.com/index.php

http://baiyokeboutique.baiyokehotel.com/

Re: is it better to take a taxi or take the sky train from airport to citadines,bangkok,sukhumvit 23

by SirHalberd

Link to P.R. Place:

http://www.prplacebangkok.com/

P R Place is maybe 4 minutes from Ratchaprorop Rail Link stop. But it is Pratunam and not Sukhumvit where it is easy to get the Skytrain.

OK

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Shopping

by Pina_koala

A shopping paradise? I've more and mores visitors inquire me about where in Bangkok they can shop until they drop. Then, I found VT would be a good place to share all these to other people too.

- The most popular place for foreigner would be Jatujak market, Take sky train and get off "Mochit" station or MRT "kampangphet" station (NOTE : this station is closer to the market than jatujak station) you can find everything you need there ....cloths, accessories, foods, home decorations, souvenir and it's cheap. (you can find everything as long as it's not an aeroplane!) ; open Sat-Sun around 10.00 am-17.00 am. few shop open on weekday but very few, not worth going during the weekday

- SuanLum night bazaar ; take MRT and get off at Lumpini station ; it's like Jatujak "night version" I prefer to take my visitor to this market than jatujak as it's open everyday at night "I don't have to soak and squeez with million people like in jatujak. But its a pity. Soon, this market will be demolish and replaced by huge complex

- Banglumpoo : Backpacker places "kaosarn road" It's quite a nice shopping for foreign visitors, you'll be able to find your "thai momentos" and cheap cloths. Oh one more thing, many tour agents and it's quite competitive. Enjoy your bargain. This is also close to many attractions like grand palace, marble temple, boxing stadium etc.

- Woman shopping, "soi lalaisap" : Take the sky train and get off "Chong Nonsi" station, or any bus that pass "silom road" this shopping lane is beside Bangkok Bank's head office. I recommend this market if you wanna buy local snacks, cloths, rather suit women shopping than men

- Patunam : " rather cheap cloth market" but design and quality is what you pay

Singha Beer

by rsleisk

Thai beer is very good and suprisingly strong. I also had Singha and found it to be the STRONGEST beer Thailand had to offer. It is widely available and fairly inexpensive. Try one when you get to Bangkok.
AD:
A premium lager beer brewed from the finest ingredients, Singha is a full - bodied 100% barley malt beer that contains notes of lemons, flowers and cinnamon.

Check out the street vendors...

by kucha

Check out the street vendors and backstreet markets. Our guide showed us a wonderful area for buying netsukes -- no tourists, dark and smokey. I'm not sure it was my 'fondest' memory, but it stays the sharpest -- namely, watching the city cope during the floods!

Hands together when greeting and others

by Suet

The Bhuddist greeting, put your hands together as if in prayer, raise to face and bow head. It becomes automatic after a day.

It is disrespectful to pray to Bhudda with your feet pointing to wards him.

Do not expect to buy statues of Bhudda as a tourist item. They are highly respected and revered, not as a souvenir.

Tolerance: Try Some

by Bangkokjoe

There are more than a few taboos around "excessive" / embrassing shows of affection in public, respect to royalty and seniors in the way you dress at temples and palaces. They are all pretty obvious and self evident to anyone with an inkling of self awareness and consideration for others.

On the flip side to the above is what initially appears contradictory; a fairly high tolerance to one's sexual beliefs and attitudes. (This is the Bangkok Section, and not always a reflection of the Upcountry Thailand situation.) If someone is a transsexual, then they are a transsexual. If they show respect, are considerate and a decent person very few folk living in Bangkok will give a second glance. Okay the ugly "katoey" is an often used as a medium for stage slapstick shows, but in general it is a live and let live approach. Many Younger Thais work or socialise with a transsexual. And usually they are a bloody good laugh and have a character that puts me to shame.

So for the gigglers, keep on giggling if you will; and maybe consider your reaction may be more about how you feel about your comfort zone. Tolerance is a marvellous thing. Thais in Bangkok are very often dead good at it.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Bangkok

The Oriental, Bangkok

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 20 Reviews

48 Oriental Ave, Bangkok

Show Prices

Peninsula Hotel Bangkok

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 19 Reviews

333 Charoennakom Rd, Klongsan, Bangkok

Show Prices

Shangri-La

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 32 Reviews

89 Soi Wat Suan Plu, New Road, Bangrak, Bangkok

Show Prices

Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars 10 Reviews

250 Sukhumvit Rd, Bangkok

Show Prices

View all Bangkok hotels

View all Bangkok hotels

Latest Bangkok hotel reviews

Fraser Place Langsuan Bangkok
238 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 4, 2014
FuramaXclusive Asoke
143 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 5, 2014
Regency Park Bangkok
143 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 28, 2014
Hotel De Moc
211 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 3, 2014
Admiral Suites Bangkok
183 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
President Palace Hotel
918 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
On8 Sukhumvit
605 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
I-Residence
264 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
River Side
4 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 10, 2013
Swissotel Le Concorde Bangkok
207 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 30, 2014
Sawasdee Banglumpoo Inn
104 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 17, 2014
Hotel Solo Sukhumvit 2
427 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Bangkok Christian Guest House
54 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 29, 2014
Kawin Place Guesthouse
25 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 16, 2014
Tavee Guest House
29 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 23, 2014