Salil Hotel Sukhumvit Soi 8

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

50, 50/1 Soi Sukhumvit 8, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
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91%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
36%
61
Very Good
42%
71
Average
13%
22
Poor
4%
7
Terrible
3%
6

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Couples77
  • Solo79
  • Business85

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Hotel Recommendations. Currently Booked at the Indra Regent.

by vangxe

So I have heard that the protesting has made its way to the Indra Regent Hotel. My booking is for May 21st - May 23rd. I would like to have a backup hotel just in case the protesting doesn't end soon. Anyone know of a hotel that would have shopping and food right outside the hotel doors? Doesn't have be anything 5* but also not horrible. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks

Re: Hotel Recommendations. Currently Booked at the Indra Regent.

by xymmot

I stay at the Grand Business Inn on Soi 11. Metro is right outside, cean and comfortable, about 1500 bahts, rooms are large, great cafe

Re: Hotel Recommendations. Currently Booked at the Indra Regent.

by bkk_kd

Knowing your preferred price per night would be useful for us to better assist you. =)

However, if you're looking for the best deal, then you might be better off short-listing a few hotels (try using www.tripadvisor.com to do this as most reviewers comment upon the hotel's neighborhood) and calling those for their latest and best rates. Several major hotels are temporarily closing due to the protests, so it's probable that some of the others are offering special rates in order to keep their doors open and their beds filled.

Re: Hotel Recommendations. Currently Booked at the Indra Regent.

by vangxe

Sorry about not putting in a price range. But I'm looking for something around 1500baht. I'm looking for a hotel that would have food vendors and cheap shopping really close by.

Re: Hotel Recommendations. Currently Booked at the Indra Regent.

by frank_bkk

It is untrue that the protestors have made their way to the Indra Regent.

The only time the red shirts have been there was when they went on a peaceful march past the Indra a couple of weeks ago. Even though it is close to Rajaprasong, Pratunam is presently quiet.

Re: Hotel Recommendations. Currently Booked at the Indra Regent.

by bkk_kd

In your price range, you might consider one of the several Citadines (www.citadines.com) locations, particularly the one on Sukhumvit Soi 11, or the Salil Hotel on Sukhumvit Soi 8. Take a look at the reviews for these and other hotels at www.tripadvisor.com. I've found the reviews quite useful and accurate when traveling to an unfamiliar city.

Re: Hotel Recommendations. Currently Booked at the Indra Regent.

by stefaniechancl

Maybe you would want to try this budget hotel. Search for MY HOTEL, Bangkok from google search engine. Its definitely within your budget. It has the 24hrs Tuk Tuk facilities to area around there. Good comments from my friends. I'm traveling to Bangkok myself and i'm staying in this hotel also.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Enjoy Thai food to add some...

by ramida

Enjoy Thai food to add some spice to your life!!! The experience of afternoon tea at the Regent Hotel's lobby; tasting delicious High Tea with freshly from the oven English style scones with cottage cream with live classic piano music in the very American Luxurious Style furniture decoration with most beautiful Thai mural wall painting as beautiful as described in the Thai literature like in the heaven And the other same good venue for afternoon tea is at the Oriental's Author Lougne. The atmosphere is also great like you are in your private relaxing living room in your own house.

Bangkok Tip

by imho

FAMILY is one of the most important things in my travels, something my VT friend S.R. Naidu has always reminded me of. Once a year, the whole clan (or those of us up to it) heads off somewhere across the seas. In 1999, we had an all-female outing to Bangkok to visit our Thai relatives (the men refused to have anything to do with our marathon shopping sprees...leaving my Thai uncle and male cousin at the mercy of eight women relatives). In the picture are the Filipino and Thai delegations of our international family. :)

Thailand Tips and Customs

by csnyder

After living in Bangkok for over a year I have learned many things about the Thai People that I wanted to share with other foreigners living or vacationing here should know. The first thing you have to accept is that eastern culture is different. The people in the east are less emotional and more polite and while they know westerners are different, they often are uncomfortable when we stray from their norms. The things I found to be important are listed below in order of importance:

1. Be Polite - Thai people hold being polite above all else. Their very language has politeness built into it. If you follow what is considered “common courtesy” you will be fine.
2. Thai King - The Thai People Love their King, King Rama IX.  Never show any type of disrespect to him.
3. National Religion - Buddhism is Thailand’s national Religion with nearly 95% of Thailand's population being Buddhist. All Buddha images are considered sacred and there are laws against removing these images for anything other that personal worship.
4. Be Quiet - Loud people are considered impolite. Speak softly and do not laugh loudly. Of course there are the common places such as bars that being loud is appropriate.
5. Body Odor - Thai people almost never smell badly and they find it offensive if others do.
6. Crowds - if you go to areas in Thailand during Thai holiday's and celebrations, be prepared to encounter many people. To Western experience the volume of these areas can be incredible. Be prepared to be pushed and shoved and be aware that they mean no harm. Thai people
7. Watch where you walk - The side walks in Bangkok are uneven and full of obstacles, pay attention. Oh, also, the streets have many stray dogs; the dogs are not aggressive but do leave landmines on the sidewalks.
8. Taxi drivers (enough said) - Most taxi drivers are fine. Generally, it is always better to use the metered taxis. Tuktuks are always more expensive and with Bangkok traffic you could be breathing in a lot of smog on the way. If you are going a significant distance negotiate… Also, the Taxis marked “We love farang, we speak English”, well most of them do not. They do have a radio that has a person that knows a little English.
9. Movie Theater - After the advertizing and right before the movie a tribute to the Thai King Comes on and everyone stands in respect.
10. Driving in Thailand - If you are a brave one and decide that you want drive yourself around Thailand, don't be too worried, it really isn't that bad. There are just several things to understand. Drivers use the left side instead of the right, like in the US, and the roads tend to be narrower than in the US. So driving next to a bus or a truck can be a little intimidating.

Following these tips will allow you to have better understanding of the Thai people and more fun in your stay in Bangkok, allowing the locals to be more comfortable with you and give you a better understanding of how things function in Thailand.

Thai people are pleased if you...

by artlady

Thai people are pleased if you make an effort to speak any of their language, so please try. Tipping is expected at 'western' hotels and by cab drivers, but not elsewhere. They are very gracious people, generally speaking

Walking

by volopolo

Walking in Bangkok streets! Bangkok is one of the largest cities in the world, so u have to walk a lot to see the attractions. If walking is a sport for you then i can say that walking is a tip here!

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 Salil Hotel Sukhumvit Soi 8

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Address: 50, 50/1 Soi Sukhumvit 8, Sukhumvit Rd., Klongtoey, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand