The rooms are big and just like the photos on the web. It is 8-10 minutes walk to Skytrain station Phrom Pong, by Emporium Mall and Royal Benjasiri Park. Excellent value for Sukhumvit location. This is a smaller hotel in a 5-story building, the hotel lobby may not be as big or impressive as some giant 400+room hotels, but the rooms are quite adequate. Most rooms are located around an atrium with beautiful plants. Excellent buffet breakfast is served in atrium area with high ceilings, with both Western and Asian selections. Restaurant and hotel staff very friendly, polite, and courteous. There are internet cafes nearby, and a very good Thai restaurant on the same street, some fruit stores and pharmacies, and many bars. Fortunately, the noise from the bars do not reach the rooms. Forgot name of the Thai restaurant, but it is listed in map in hotel room. The fruit store nearby sells wonderful Mango with Sticky Rice, sweet ripe Mango at very reasonable price. "
Unique Quality: Very good price for Sukhumvit area and proximity to Skytrain.
Directions: From Phrom Phong Skytrain station which is right by Emporium shopping center, walk along Sukhumvit road past the Benjasiri park. Left on Soi 22, about 2 blocks, Regency Park hotel is on your right.
Location very convenient.
lots of bars and restaurants in the street.
cheap room rate.
bedsheet can get stains.
towels sometimes are clean white, sometimes got stains.
i guess they don't bleach them.
breakfast is ok.
bell boy even marked down the number of a taxi to make sure we girl guests got a safe drive.
This is the second time i stayed.
good noodles in the opposite on the street - cheap 30 baht only.
room rate: USD40, 2006 Nov
Directions: take a taxi from airport directly to the hotel.
This hotel is a little old but the rooms are very big, clean and comfortable.
There are only about 50 rooms here and they give good services for such a small hotel.
It is a bit more expensive than you might expect for a hotel of its size and age and without a pool but the location is very central to everything in the Sukhumvit area.
Unique Quality: The water feature with the creek,turtles and hanging gardens in the atrium is quite "Suaay" or beautiful.
The food here is very good and if you get the free buffet breakfast (as I did) I think you will find that it is very good also.
Directions: Coming from the Nana area of Sukhumvit turn right at soi 22 before the Emporium shopping centre.
It`s a solid 3* star hotel.Used to be 4, but rooms are worn out a little.Good roomservice.Very well palced near the Sky Train station and close to bus station. A lot of small restaurants around and one inside the hotel.Good food. Extremely helpful staff.
Unique Quality: It has an inside "thing" with turtles and fish in it. Nice.
First class international standard city hotel in the Sukhumvit- Victory Monument commercial and shopping area, Bank, restaurants department stores and night market at the hotel's doorstep. Situated across from spacious, newly-opened park area. Short walking distance to the Mass Transit System. Hotel located on Airport bus route. Direct access to the express way to the International airport, Convention Centers and other major tourist attractions.
Really nice and small hotel, open in 1991 and renovated in 2000, is located on the same same soi of the largest hotel of Bangkok"Imperial Queen's Park".
I stay with wife, baby and one sun with extra bed in the same room without problem.Beautiful marble bathroom .Nice view in the BTS skytrain. Lovely lobby with view in a small garden with water. Great breakfast and good service. Small pool on the roof.
Unique Quality: Good location in soi 22, many restaurants and hotel.
Nice interior design.
Directions: 50 meter from Sukhumvit on the right of the soi 22
It's a nice, cosy boutique hotel in Sukhumvit road, conveniently located about 7 minutes alk to the nearest skytrain. Rooms are cosy, and clean.
Unique Quality: It's got a great courtyard, where you have your buffet breakfast!
On the internet, the hotel looks beautiful, but like most things, the real thing is not as such. The facade looks not too clean and standing beside a kampong-style house on one side and recent construction ground on the other, it is not appealing. But once you enter the hotel, you notice that the staff are friendly and eager to serve.
There is a tour desk manned by `Nee' who smiles a lot, speaks English and willing to provide you with good info. The hotel room which we had, a superior is located at the 2nd floor. Just a floor above us is the coffee house/ restaurant which we took our daily breakfast. The spread is okay but not that fantastic. But then again, it is a budget hotel (it cost only about US$25 per room per night) which is good for sleeping.
I do not know if it is `girl-friendly' but a security desk is manned by a male staff throughout the night. There are a massage shop and an internet room in the hotel. But I did not get to use them as I prefer to walk a few yards away for a good massage at Wat Po Massage Center which is near to a cheap internet cafe... Opposite the hotel, not many steps away is the famous Mambo Cabaret Show.. The hotel provides a security box for which we have to put a `deposit' of 1000 baht for its key...it's okay, you' ll get all your money back if you don't lose your key!
Unique Quality: The hotel is located near to the Pra Phong BTS station or the Asoke Stn. After walking from both the station I think it is nearer to Pra Phong. But from the other station, you may walk into the Queen's Park for a short break!
I want to book a hotel or nice hostel in Bangkok. I would love to be close to some great sights as well as night life, but an old neighborhood would be just as wonderful. ANy area you could recommend would be great. Thanks!
Most tourists would stay in either the Sukhumvit area or the Silom area. I normally stay in the Sukhumvit area because of the proximity to the BTS skytrain and subway.
My recommendations are: Arnoma Hotel, Novotel Siam Square, Pathumwan Princess
Depends on whether you want to stay in the major tourist accommodation areas, which are quite westernised - bit like the Chinese visiting Australia and staying in Chinatown. Also depends if you are single, couple or family.
Our family stays in Chinatown, and, despite looking elsewhere, always gravitate back here. Love the fact it is alive 24/7, and its amongst the locals. It is in the old city and offers easy walking to many attractions, such as The Grand palace and Wat Pho, the National Museum and masses of temples. 10 min walk to Hualamphong, 5 min to Ratchawongse pier - access to transport. From here we walk everywhere, it takes about 1 hour to walk from here to Patpong if that is the sort of night life you are looking for - we don't like this area at all. We frequently walk to Khao San Road, which is about 30 mins if you like walking. This is another popular area, especially for backpackers, but there are increasing numbers of boutique style hotels around the fringes of this area, which are very reasonably price.
Sauloom night market offers shopping aswell as great food and live music and the memorial bridge night market offers a totally different scene and no tourists
Sukhumvit Road and Silom Road areas are the main tourist action. I used to stay at Regency Park Bangkok on Soi Sukhumvit 22. It very nice hotel room rate about 14,50 baht to 18,50 Baht inclued breakfast. There are another couple of Guest houses are nice. You check it out at www.east-thai.com/238guesthouse, located near the Grand Palace and Wat Po. It's quite location, room rate about 600 Bath A/C or www.bcgh.org on Saladeang Soi 2, located near Silom Road. Room ate about 1,400 Baht. Closed to BTS.
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Address: 12/3 Sukhumvit 22, Soi Sainamthip, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand