Ramada D'MA Bangkok

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

1091/388 New Petchburi Road, Rajthevee, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand

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Average
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Poor
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  • Solo72
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  • visitcebu's Profile Photo

    Hotel I enjoyed staying

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    I think this is now called the Ramada D"MA Hotel, formerly just known as D"MA Pavilion Hotel. The rooms were good, and the breakfast buffet was excellent. I would stay here again.

    Unique Quality: Though it is a bit far by foot to many sights, taking a cab to the destinations would not cost a lot of money.

  • Good hotel resonable price

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    This hotel already converted to Ramada D'MA Bangkok and has been renovated with international standard of facilities, amenties and services like other Ramada hotels. The guest room is spacious with very large bathroom separate shower room and bathtub. In-room safe and coffee & tea facilities are provided complimentary.

    Unique Quality: Nice room and comfortable as well as the swimming pool on the 8th floor over looking to the city. Breakfast was great. Lobby was charming. Free WI-FI internet in public areas.

    Directions: Walking distance to Pratunam Market and Central World Plaza, Pantip IT Mall. Close to the expressways easy access to any places.

  • traveller0070's Profile Photo

    Executive treatment

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    bought this hotel through zuji for S$66 per night during the promotion. walking to pratumum will be walking along a small lane for about 5-7mins, cross over overbridge, and walk for another 2-3 mins.

    No worries on food, as there are quite a few restaurant that offers quite nice food. Thai food are really nice.

    Unique Quality: the rooms are quite big. good service. and there is a executive breakfast at level 36 or 26(cant remember). go for that.. no extra service cheap for that.

    even the room service food are good.

  • danlisha's Profile Photo

    Spacious and Quiet

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    Upon arrival, guests will be greeted with a clean, large and spacious lobby.

    It provides international standard facilicities and services, combined with unique Thai hospitality to ensure all of our guest will feel warm and at home during their stay. The hotel
    is closed to the Central Business District, shopping areas and within distance from the femous "Bangkok Night Life". It is also conveniently located near expressway to and from the airport and also easy access to your destinations by our Limousine Service, Bus, Taxi, Tuk-Tuk, BTS-Skytrain, and Train.

    Unique Quality: The hotel has alot of facilities and amenities for guests. The pool on the 8th floor provides great skyline view of Bangkok.

    The Galleria Restaurant offers wide-ranging menu and great tasting food. The breakfast buffet has a wide variety for guests to choose from.

    The hotel staff are friendly.

  • Cielo_Algaeed's Profile Photo

    A nightmare

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    I stayed at D' Ma Pavillion couple of years back and it wasnt a nice experienced for me, my officemates and our clients.

    Althoug the reservation was made and paid ahead of time still when we arrived we were informed by the front desk manager that they can only give us 1 room instead of 4 rooms that we booked.

    We insisted that we have to get our room coz we already paid for it. Well, there was nothing we can do so we accepted his offer to stay in a presidential suite room which has 2 adjacent rooms and a living room. Me and my officemate ended up sleeping in the sofa.

    Location wise, it may be close to pratunam area but its inside the small streets which make it look a little unsafe for female travellers.

    Their food is not really good plus the serice and ambience. Their carpet stinks plus the fact they allow smoking on certain floors.

  • Carino's Profile Photo

    D'Ma Pavilion Hotel

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    We booked a backpacker trip and the hotel was chosen from the tour operater. We expected a small and crappy backpacker hotel and were surprised to see a rahter nice looking hotel. The location is not that great as you have to walk for about 30 minutes in order to get anywhere. Yet, the tower with the revolving restaurant is in about 10 minutes walk.

    Unique Quality: Well, staff was not that friendly and the breakfast buffet was kinda crappy..... but the rooms are great and you can get to the hotel in just 30 minutes from the airport.

  • SUNNY_SKIES's Profile Photo

    Mid- Class Range Hotel

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    The hotel is pretty substantial... The reception gave us a topmost floor and on the elevator, they are short of one floor so we were wondering what floor we should go to. The attendant at the floor was friendly enough to show us where. The room was nice and clean.. but there is no view on the room they gave us. When you look outside teh window, Its just a blank wall. I would prefer a room with a nicer view of the Bangkok Skyline. The food at the Breakfast table is good but the choices are not a lot. Plus everyday, its the same menu. hotdogs, hams, egg, fresh fruits. The people at the hotel are friendly.. and its safe. The location is pretty good too because its near convenience stores, markets, etc.

    Unique Quality: For the price we paid, Its a good service. Plus, the hotel has a cafe, has a pool and nice health club. IT is also clean...

    Directions: Makkasan Drive in Bangkok, Near hotels like Eastin and Bangkok Place..

  • Give it a miss until its upgraded

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    Lobby and restaraunt were very nice. Service was excellent. Rooms are in need of some attention. Carpets dirty and linen washed out and torn. Staff were very helpful in getting problems sorted out. This hotel, while only a block away from busy areas of Bangkok, is unknown to most of the taxi drivers we encountered and we had to show them maps. We were booked on a package and expected a 3 star - THis is not as good as other 3 star hotels we stayed in but was liveable.

  • Pimilan's Profile Photo

    Near Pratunam

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    It's the only bad hotel experience i have in Bangkok. First the towel where of really poor quality, The pool is really small and my children play with the safe and he put a toy inside and the safe cannot be open, the staff say we have to wait 24 hours before to open it and was not kindly. The room are not bad and the bathroom is with separate bath and shower.

    Unique Quality: Near Pratunam

  • pinzo's Profile Photo

    D`Ma Pavilion Hotel Bangkok

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    althoughi it has a small lobby. but it is well lit and cozy with cream-colored marble throughout and delicate chandeliers hanging above the high ceiling.
    much much better than the asia hotel. and the hotel rate is almost the same!!!!
    and its
    about 5 minute-walk to the Pratunam Market
    an whole sale market where u can get appreals much cheaper than patpong.
    the bad part is that its not near the bts
    but the gd news is that they do given free shuttle bus from hotel to BTS station .
    the rooms are very clean , room looks NEW.
    MOST IMPORENTLY!!!
    no black outs, no driping of dirty water and radio switching on by itself. (look at my asia hotel tips and u will know why!!)

    Unique Quality: very nice and clean pool.

    Directions: Pratunam

  • linnzz's Profile Photo

    Nice decent hotel

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    The travelling agent recommanded this hotel This is a decent & quiet 3 stars hotel. The only noisy and busy time is during breakfast. The only restuarant within the hotel is packed with in-house guests during breakfast time. Guests go for breakfast as early as 7am. Location is a bit out of the way, but not a big problem since there are plenty of taxi around and taxi fare is not expensive. It is within walking distance (5-8 minutes) to Pratunam Market.

    Unique Quality: There is a 7-11 store across the hotel which make it very convenience. There are street food sellers near the hotel if you want to try something very local. Chinese medical hall, tailor, massage house, restuarants and fruits sellers can be found along the streets near the hotel as well.

    Hotel staffs are friendly and helpful. It was a pleasure stay there.

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Bangkok

by soul5150

Is it safe to stay in Ramada D MA Bangkok near city center May 6-8. Short stop over before going home. If not can u recommend a safe place to stay for 2 nites (near shopping mall preferred) Thank you

Re: Bangkok

by SirHalberd

Lots of places are safe to stay at in Bangkok even in cheaper places than the Ramada. I was in the Sukhumvit Road area just a couple days ago and everything seemed to be pretty normal. Lots of malls on Sukhumvit Road plus the Skytrain is still working in that area starting from the Oh Nut Skytrain station. You can get many hotels without any reservation during low season. If you have already paid for this place I would send them emails and even call from the airport and ask the about current situation.

Back up hotels on Sukhumvit Road that you may want to consider if your hotel says not to come (unlikely if they have your credit card number) are:
Landmark Hotel
Amari Boulevard
Marriott
Sheraton
Ambassador.

Your Ramada Hotel may suggest alternative hotels for you too.

http://www.guidetothailand.com/maps-thailand/bangkok-upper-sukhumvit.php

In this area, from Asok Skytrain stop to just after the Nana Skytrain stop, you have hotels in all price ranges. A hotel that is 600 baht will still have air, hot water, private toilet, cable TV and maid service. Ibis Hotel is not too bad and you can walk to many places. All of the above Sukhumvit Road suggestions have street vendors, malls, restaurants, nightlife, travel agencies for tours and small shops you can walk to. You can use the Skytrain to take you to other areas to shop at like Lotus Tesco and places in between.

Keep in mind that the press does sensationalize these political protests quite a bit. Tourists are not the targets of any demonstrations. If a tourist is stupid enough to actually put himself right in the middle of these demonstrations on purpose then he may end up as "collateral damage" by chance.

If your original Ramada Hotel is providing transportation they will know the current status of your stay. There are lots and lots of malls and other sorts of shopping that are not affected by any demonstrations.

Thai Visa Forum has up to date info on protest situation in Bangkok:

http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/Bangkok-Red-Shirt-Rally-Live-Wedn-t362180.html

Good luck.


Up to you.

Re: Bangkok

by SirHalberd

This link has some info on Pratunam area:

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AgemHuFmAWTxJi174PHuwmhdDX1G;_ylv=3?qid=20100505073408AApIrrB

Good luck.

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 Ramada D'MA Bangkok

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Address: 1091/388 New Petchburi Road, Rajthevee, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand