SilQ Bangkok

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

54 Sukhumvit Soi 19, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand

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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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  • Families95
  • Couples93
  • Solo95
  • Business88
  • morochaargentina's Profile Photo

    A little hidden gem

    by

    We found this to be a little gem. A new boutique hotel, with GREAT rooms, great décor great staff, great prices, great location. They are always full for a reason! It’s a great value for your money. If you don’t need the gym and other 4 star hotel amenities this is a great hotel to stay. Nice rooms, very comfortable (the smaller room is very small without a desk, go for the 2nd size for only a few extra dollars). Very comfortable bed and linens, good shower and amenities. A great room with free internet and breakfast. GREAT value.

    There is a bar at the lobby and a restaurant with a couple of computers to check internet for free. Just 2 blocks away from the Skytrain AND the metro.

    Unique Quality: Great value for your money

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    stylish and convenient pad ...

    by

    Silq's got many advantages. First is location: Sukhunmvit Soi 19 is a few stops away from all the business, shopping and entertainment options you could possibly want, and just 150 stroll to Asok BTS station.

    The second is it's set back from the main road so it's nice and quiet, offering a tranquil base aid the hubbub of crazy Bangkok. A small building, there are only 8 rooms per floor, so it's quiet and discreet. A smart address for business travellers, a cozy love nest for couples.

    Rooms? Nicely designed in modern minimalist style, quite funky, but perhaps a little smaller than they look in the website photos. Airconditioners nice and strong and quiet. Strong shower with massage-jet option.

    Very prompt and attentive service from the bell-boy to receptionists, to room service. Adds to the feel good factor.

    Unique Quality: Have their own stylish in-house bar and lounge area to meet guests and chill. Breakfast buffet is included, with adequate selection for those wanting farang style western breakfast (can order omelettes on top of the usual cereals, toast, etc) or Thai style.

    Free internet available at reception, and not just wi-fi, but you can use their computer free of charge.

    Directions: Asok BTS station, just 3 stops from Siam.

More about SilQ Bangkok

stylish and convenient pad ...

by Tusitala about SilQ Bangkok

Silq's got many advantages. First is location: Sukhunmvit Soi 19 is a few stops away from all the business, shopping and entertainment options you could possibly want, and just 150 stroll to Asok BTS station.

The second is it's set back from the main road so it's nice and quiet, offering a tranquil base aid the hubbub of crazy Bangkok. A small building, there are only 8 rooms per floor, so it's quiet and discreet. A smart address for business travellers, a cozy love nest for couples.

Rooms? Nicely designed in modern minimalist style, quite funky, but perhaps a little smaller than they look in the website photos. Airconditioners nice and strong and quiet. Strong shower with massage-jet option.

Very prompt and attentive service from the bell-boy to receptionists, to room service. Adds to the feel good factor. Have their own stylish in-house bar and lounge area to meet guests and chill. Breakfast buffet is included, with adequate selection for those wanting farang style western breakfast (can order omelettes on top of the usual cereals, toast, etc) or Thai style.

Free internet available at reception, and not just wi-fi, but you can use their computer free of charge.

Photos

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Forum Posts

Hotel centurally located

by kayjb

Hi,

We are from Melbourne, Australia and are commencing our trip to Thailand, Myanmar,Cambodia and Loas in December. We would appreciate it if could please recommend, from your personal experience, a good, clean and mid range priced hotel, centurally located hotel between the Grand Palace and Bangkok CBD.

We look forward to hearing from you.
Kay

Re: Hotel centurally located

by xymmot

Grand Business Inn on soi 11

Re: Hotel centurally located

by mim95

Have a look at SilQ Bangkok. It's a nice boutique hotel close to both the skytrain and MRT. Personally, I like to stay on Sukhumvit Road as it's very easy to get around with the skytrain.

Re: Hotel centurally located

by gaolei

If you are within a few blocks of the skytrain, the location of the hotel does not matter too much. Like many, I prefer the Sukhumvit road area. It has a hotel for every taste, plenty of restaurants, tourist oriented menus, and a Blade Runner experience in the street night market and clubs.

My prefered hotel is the Dynasty Inn Grande on soi 6 (Sukhumvit soi = side street on Sukhumvit). They ave big comfortable rooms for a September internet special price of 1850 bt, about 56 US dollars.

Travel Tips for Bangkok

When you leave main roads...

by Pierre_Rouss

When you leave main roads and venture to secondary roads (stay out of ghettos), the scenery is in general very beautiful.
You are in a tropical region and you will see palm trees, floral arrangements, luscious vegetation even in the city. Incredibly beautiful statues covered with gold leaves with populate some roundabout with the best of effect (sorry no pictures, you will have to go see for yourself).

HM's 80th Birthday

by aberacadabra

HM the King of Thailand is one of the world's longest reigning monarch who has done much good for his country and subjects. He is widely respected and held in high esteem by the entire country. In Thailand, one will see much show of affection for the King and the Royal Family in many ways - such as this billboard celebrating his 80th Birthday, the wearing of yellow (or pink, red, blue) shirts emblazoned with royal emblems, the flying of flags along roads and in residences, merit making at temples in his honour...etc.

He has worked tirelessly over the years for the benefit of the Kingdom and it would be a grave insult to the Thais if one should speak disparagingly of the King, Monarchy and of Thai royalty. Please be mindful when it comes to this topic.

May he live long !

Phoenetic Translations into English

by Bangkokjoe

Road / street signs and maps can sometimes be a bit bewildering. "Ratchadamri Road" on one map may become "Rajdamri Road" on a street sign. A "Veephavadi" exit becomes a "Weeparahawadi" exit just half a mile up the expressway. "Chatuchak" mutates into "Jadjujak". Oh yes does this cause a few problems for the unsuspecting tourist. Remember: Thai to English translations are done ponetically and, while there is an accepted general code book for this, in a good many cases the translation is left up to the gut feel of the signwriter on that particular day.

If you are getting confused by changing signs, or signs that don't seem to run in sequence "pronounce the things out loud". If it broadly sounds like where you should be going (the Vs become W's, or the "ch's" become "j's") you are likely to be on track. Reflect on your confusion with a wry smile and a thankful thought of "well, at least there is an hospitable attempt to help us lot what can't understand Thai script". How many road signs round Trafalagar Square are written in Thai, Chinese, Japanese etc? Yeah.

The signs in the accompanying photo are a reminding poke at drunken driving in the run up for the New Year. Neatly translated at an expressway entrance they say "Road to Hell", "Death's Highway" and other similar mick takes of the looneys that get slaughtered on local brews, drive off into the sunrise and end up killing themselves - by the hundreds at festival time.

The Most Extreme Water Fight Ever

by maxamilion

Basically imagine a week long water fight between 15 million bangkokians and 60 million Thai's and your starting to get an idea!

This is an absolutely amazing attraction and is well worth a trip to Thailand.
Make sure you check out

The Thaistyle Thailand Travel Guide Buckets fill or water
Drums / Tubs full of water
Water Balloons / Water Bombs
Water Pistols / Water Guns
Talcum Powder

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