Siam Kempinski Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

991/9 Rama I Road, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
Siam Kempinski Hotel
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95%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
68%
412
Very Good
22%
135
Average
5%
31
Poor
2%
14
Terrible
1%
8

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  • Families90
  • Couples91
  • Solo89
  • Business91

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Forum Posts

A PLACE LIKE B&B BRITISH STYLE

by limkahwan

IS THERE A FACILITY LIKE B&B SOMEWHERE BANGKOK? OR MAYBE A HOSTEL LIKE YMCA?

Re: A PLACE LIKE B&B BRITISH STYLE

by SirHalberd

Why don't you just make it easier on yourself and mention a price you want to pay for a hotel or hostel and wait for some suggestions.

For Bangkok there are lots of small hotels/guest houses that are not much different in price than a hostel. Breakfast is one of the cheapest meals you can buy in Thailand - unless you only stop a fancy restaurants. Foodland, Took Lae Dee Restaurant (several, one on Sukhumvit Road, Soi 5) has breakfast for 62-68 baht.

Following two hostels are off Sukhumvit Road, in this area you will find malls, supermarkets, street vendors, nightlife, good restaurants and access to the Skytrain rail service at the Nana Skytrain stop.

Suk 11 Hostel:
http://www.suk11.com/2008/index.html

Soi 1 Guest House/Hostel:
http://www.soi1guesthouse.com/location.htm

You do not have to book every night at one time. If you arrive during low season, and it is day time, you can even find some places with a walk-in or a call from the airport. High season, close to Christmas especially, maybe booking at least one night is a good idea.

Also in this area are lots of other cheap hotels. Below link is one hotel chain with several small hotels.
http://www.staywithorchid.com/

Here is another one in the Sukhumvit Road area:
http://www.maximinn.com/

If you are real young you may also want to check out some places in the Khao San Road area. No Skytrain in that area though.

Go to a nearby library and check out a Lonely Planet and/or Rough Guides travel guide on Thailand and read up on that country before you leave home.

Here is a couple more places in different areas.
http://www.udeebangkok.com/
http://www.bangkok.com/lub-d-hotel/

This hotel group has hotels in Khao San Road area:
http://www.sawasdee-hotels.com/index.html

Khao San Road hotels:
http://www.khaosanroad.com/

My preference is the Sukhumvit Road area but I am not that young. I like the Skytrain because it can take me to many areas in Bangkok, connect me with the Ekamai Bus Station (Ekamai stop) and connect me with the subway at Asok. Skytrain connects you with Patpong, Chatuchak Weekend Market and MBK, etc.


Have fun.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Smile / Respect / Courteous /

by travelagent4thailand

there isn't just a favorite thing about this place. the favorite thing is being here in Bangkok. my fondest memory of Bangkok...

every day is a fond memory...

the worst floods, the bad pollution, the heavy traffic, the good food, the smiles of the people, the extra fruits that the fruit seller gave as a token of his welcome to his country,
the heat, the beaches....

a scalpel slices across my eye

by richiecdisc

As a scalpel sliced across the inside of my lower eyelid, I couldn’t help but think this was not how I envisioned my first day in Bangkok. It had been over ten years since setting foot in the renowned gateway city, that being my virgin trip to Southeast Asia, and accordingly I was excited not only to return to familiar sights but to discover some new ones. Of course, a trip to the hospital was not one of the discoveries I had planned.

Though Bangkok generally doesn’t elicit the dread of say New Delhi in India as a necessary evil to see a region, it rarely is mentioned as a favorite city by travelers that are nevertheless forced to use it as a hub in their Southeast Asian adventures. Personally, I find it a most agreeable place; it is full of not only Western amenities but for anyone prone to investigation, lots of Eastern charm as well. Even in the backpacker haven of Khao San Road, it is easy to find local delicacies at bargain prices, and locals still enjoying the fare right alongside you. (continued below in Fondest Memory)

Muang Boran ~ Prang Sam Yod, Lop Buri

by Audrey118

Prang Sam Yod, Lop Buri
Prang Sam Yod means the Three Spired Sanctuary, was once a Mahayana Buddhist shrine complex.
This is a typical Lopburi style. The old Khmer masterbuilders erected this triple-tower structure in accordance with the Mahayan a belief in the Trinity, or the three fold Body of the Lord Buddha, namely the Dharmakaya, the Dharma body on the threshold of Nivana, the Sambhogakaya, the Body of Purity that has won the right to enter Nirvana. The central tower and shrine once contained an image of the Adi-Buddha (the Original Buddha), while the other two towers once housed statues of Avalokitesvara and Prajna Paramita, goddess of the Mahayana pantheon.

Religious customs

by SirRichard

I have never deeply understood all those buddhist ceremonies, but when I visit the temples I like to sit aside and watch the locals come in, prepare the incense and the flowers, put it in place, bend, pray, mutter, look up, bend again, put their shoes on and go...

I have always wonder what do they pray for... Health? Love? Fortune? and who do they pray to?... the same God (at the end)?

Packing List

by Lozza_9

The clothes in Thailand are very cheap. T-shirts cost £1. I took loads of clothes and wished I bought less and bought new clothes out in Thailand. When you go on hols you normally buy new clothes anyway - don't bother. Many of the chemist/shops sell well know shampoo, wouldn't bother packing that. The clothes I did buy wash really well and they sometimes don't need ironing ( Great). Some are better than the clothes I bought in the Uk for £30. Hiking Make sure you bring stuff for bites. I would buy before you leave. Go to your chemist and get the best.

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