Silom Serene Hotel Bangkok

7 Soi Pipat (Silom Soi 3),, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand
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Good quality and good value

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 6, 2006

We chose the Silom Serene based on positive reviews from several internet sites and we were not disappointed. We booked through asiawebdirect at a rate of 1,990 THB (£28 sterling/$53 US) including a good American breakfast for us both.

Our double room was spacious and comfortable, although starting to show some signs of wear. Service was faultless, staff helpful and friendly and the restaurant offered good food at reasonable prices.

The pool area is imaginatively landscaped, with restaurant service available at several tables adjacent to the restaurant. The pool itself however is small, with one depth throughout, very limited for swimming but great for cooling off after a hot day sightseeing.

The Sala Daeng Sky Train station is within reasonable walking distance, taking around ten minutes. The Silom Night Market is close by and well worth a visit.

We stayed at the Silom Serene for two nights before leaving Thailand. When we arrived a few weeks earlier we had stayed at the Swiss Lodge (I have also reviewed this hotel). The Swiss Lodge is more conveniently situated but is slightly more expensive, we paid 2,350 THB (£34 sterling/$62 US).

I would not hesitate to recommend the Silom Serene, it lives up to its excellent reputation and offers good value for money.

Visited again at the end of January 2008. We booked the Silom Serene because the Swiss Lodge was full, however we thoroughly enjoyed our second visit to the Silom Serene, slightly more expensive than in 2006 but still very good value for money, clean and comfortable, very good service. Still recommended!

Directions: Silom area

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3 star hotel, no more...

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 27, 2006

Although the room was clean, was too small and the floor tile in the bathroom needs an urgent renovation. We stayed in a non-smoking floor, but it smelt worst than smoking floors.
The hotel is in a side street so you don’t feel the noise of Patpong, but if you want to visit this night market, you have to cover your nose because the smelling out of the hotel is disgusting.
This isn’t definitively a hotel for families, not just for the location, but the pool which is too boring and small for children. The staff was just Ok, not particularly friendly or helpful but Ok.
The breakfast was excellent!!!.

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Great Deal

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 20, 2005

Unique Quality: The pool area is absolutely incredible - situated in the midst of a lush tropical garden - in fact, sitting out here, you don't even realize that you're in the middle of a huge city.

Directions: It would be hard to get here by yourself, but taxi's drivers can get you there quickly from the airport

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Ideally Situated Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 29, 2005

A 3.5 star hotel with superb staff and nearby amenities. Room is spacious and clean. You may like to request a higher floor room because my room on the second floor is slighly noisy due to the car horns and brakes outside. Nevertheless, I will still highly recommend this hotel.

Unique Quality: In the heart of Silom, 30 mins (if no traffic jam from Airport via tollway (paid about 60bht for toll). Five minutes WALK to many places: Sala Dang BTS station, Patpong Night Market, the Robinsons, Central Mall and other smaller shopping centres. Also a 5 mins cab RIDE from Sirocco-state towers. Along Sala Dang BTS, you will lots of street food.

Directions: Opposite Patpong, 5 mins WALK from Sala Dang BTS station.

Nice & Cozy

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 13, 2005

Silom Serene was a small hotel. Small lobby, small pool, small restaurant but we liked it. It was nice and cozy. The room was clean, breakfast was great and the staffs were friendly.

We had a bit difficulty in finding the hotel since it was not located on the main street. Anyway, along Silom Road, just turned left to go into Silom 3 / Soi Phipat. On your right, it was the Bangkok Bank and about 100 meter, you would see Silom Serene on your left.

The nearest SkyStation from Silom Serene was Sala Daeng which was about 5 minutes walk from Silom Serene. In the morning, when we walked from the hotel to the skystation, it seemed near and easy. However, after a long day of shopping and sightseeing, it really seemed far and tiring to walk back to the hotel from the skystation. Well, at least for people who were lacked of exercise like us, it seemed far.

The Patpong Night Market was very near from Silom Serene. From Silom Serene, turned right, walk to the main street - Silom Road and turned right again. Patpong Night Market was right opposite you. To go to Sala Daeng SkyStation, turned right from the hotel, go straight on till Silom Road and turned right again. Walk straight on and look for the BTS SkyStation sign.

I booked this hotel through www.bangkok-hotel.net. The rate was 1750 Baht per night. The rate was good compare to other site but one downside, you would need to paid for the first night accommodation once you booked and the rest 14 days before the arrival date. Any changes would need to pay extra 500 Baht

We paid 350 Baht for taxi fare from airport to Silom Serene. The taxi driver didn’t run on meter although I took the taxi from the public taxi stand. Anyway, the comments from virtualtourist were taxi fare to Silom was about 300Baht (include express way fee and 50 baht surcharge of taking taxi at public taxi stand). So, I were not about to argue with the taxi driver for 50 Baht extra. Since I were already in the taxi, I can’t argue anyway.

Directions: Along Silom Road, turn left into Silom 3 / Soi Phipat, Silom Serene is less than 100 meter on your left

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Affordable and Satisfactory

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 19, 2005

Stayed here for 4 days 3 nights. Chose this hotel cause it looked quite near to the BTS which is very important to me. For adults, yes I agree it is near. But I can't say so for my 4 year old who considered the walk unbearable( from Sala Daeng to the hotel). Eventhough it is near Patpong, it is still very safe. Especially, with the security guards outside the hotel 24hours. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again if I come back to BKK. Also there are so many things to do around the Sala Daeng area at night.

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