Princeton Park Suites

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

3 Mitmaitree Rd, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
Princeton Park Suites
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Costs 45% less but rated 25% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples30
  • Solo50
  • Business42

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Hotel information

by Iancccc

I am looking at staying at the Princeton Park Suites when travelling to Bangkok next year but can't find any reveiws on the place. Has anyone stayed there and want did you think.

Where to stay near Chata chuk Market

by onthelane

I arrive in Bangkok at 4.30pm on Thursday and leave Monday for Vietnam. I want to stay near the Chatachuk market. Any reasonable hotels to stay.

Re: Where to stay near Chata chuk Market

by seagypsy

Both the Skytrain and the subway run to Chatuchak Market so there's no real need to stay there unless you really want to.

Re: Where to stay near Chata chuk Market

by Tiger_sist

Hi! I know 2 hotels not to far from Chatuchak Weekend Market. The nearest and most convenient hotel is Sofitel Centara Grand Bangkok Hotel which is close to underground train Pahol Yothin station. The other is Princeton Park Suites. This one is little too far from the market yet easy access to the city center and reasonable one! You can simply take a taxi to get to Chatuchak Market and also other Bangkok's famous attractions.

Re: Where to stay near Chata chuk Market

by onlineman

This may help you

I also will go to this place on saturday 2rd,
it is not far from Jatujak and you can take BTS sky train as well

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Bangkok Tip

by jill_archer

Bangkok is such a kaleidoscope of different cultures, religions, cuisine and scenery that there is always somewhere new to explore, something more to see and some new places to fall in love with.
The local currency is the Thai Baht, sterling travllers cheques are widely accepted as are all major credit cards.

The unlucky ones…

by imran8852

We are not talking about some syndicates that have been using these young children to beg like some people mentioned, because it’s not under our power to curd them, nor try to expose some bad scene about what we’ve seen but just to point out on how fortunate we are. We can’t change the world but we can certainly change our way of thinking…We still have roof over our head, plenty of food on our table & still be able to save some money to see the world…How lucky we are!

Boat people

by kyoub

On the banks of the Chao Phraya river, you will see rickety old wooden houses on stilts and covered boats. The people that live here are called the boat people. They do not have much money but seem to be very happy living on the river.

Wat Traimit (Temple of the...

by Axel-M

Wat Traimit (Temple of the Golden Buddha)
At the end of Yaowarat Road near Bangkok's Hualamphong Railway Station is a temple situated on Traimit Road. This temple is known
for its famous Golden Buddha constructed during the Sukhothai period. The image of solid gold is three meters high and weighs five and a
half tons. this image is open to the from 9.00 a.m.- 5.00 p.m. Originally, this golden buddha image was completely covered with plaster to
conceal it from the enemy then invading Thailand

Thai Open Tennis Tournament

by Aquacraig

The Thai open tennis tournament is played in SEPTEMBER at the Impact Arena and convention centre at Muang Thon Thani. This is about 30 minutes by taxi from the centre of Bangkok.

If you are in BKK in September why not go along and watch the stars! Cheaper than Wimbledon and a much better complex! There is an addidas shop within a 5 minute walk from the Impact Arena. Just ask someone at the Arena for directions. Here you will find genuine addidas at much cheaper prices than Australia.


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 Princeton Park Suites

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Address: 3 Mitmaitree Rd, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand