Stayed here for the secong time in a row for 3 nights.
The staff were friendly and very helpful.
The food was great and the breakfast is more than enough and good enough to really kick start your day.
The amenities included Free broadband internet or if you want free WIFI in your own room.
Transport was excellent - car and driver were available on time when they were booked so no waiting around.
Thoroughly recommend this hotel - it really is worth staying there.
Unique Quality: I would rate the staff as one of the best qwualities of this hotel.
Not only are the friendly but they are also ver efficient at what they do.
Another oustanding quality for me was that one entire floor is set with no smoking rooms.
The fitness center and the swimming pool are also of good quality.
Directions: From Rama IV up Surawongse it's just past Patpong road to the leeft up a small soi.
Just around the corner of Patpong street where it's easy for you to get around. It's small but nice and clean hotel where is not so noisy like some in this area.
Some people said that it's quite a lot of gay come to stay though.....
Well, i think it's not so true.
Directions: Opposite Tawanna Ramada hotel
Nice big room with separate living and bedrooms plus 2 bathrooms, fresh flowers, fruit daily.
Breakfasts are nice - no buffet but a la carte, served in the quiet, sedate restaurant.
Food in the restaurant is great - Thai and western, although I only ate Thai which was very tasty.
Staff were very friendly and helpful.
Unique Quality: A good location if you like to be in the heart of the chaotic bustle of Bangkok - lots of bars and restaurants all around you.
The hotel has no gym but advises that you can use the Clark Hatch gym nearby. Well, it is maybe a 10 minute walk there, but the gym is very good.
Directions: In Silom, across from Tawan Ramada
Thinking of traveling to Tiger temple and bridge of river kwai trip. 4 adults never been before. any tips on where to stay, eat and how do i organise such a trip. Has any one been is it safe! sound such a wimp dont I
Three years ago I found a Thai Tour company and booked. I was nervous like you but it had to be the best ever. I had guides by day and even by night to take me to the clubs and bars and ensure I saw everything and was perfectly safe. It is listed at Asias largest Gay tour company but that dosn't mean they are exclusivly Gay...You will get the best tours at the best price with wonderful English speaking guides. I have been back twice and will be going to Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos Jan 21/08 with them followed by a two months stay on Phuket Island in Thailand...fabulous...safe...friendly and exciting...go for it..you get picked up at the airport and are looked after (hotels, transportation, tours, restaurants, shows) all the time and its very cheap. Check them out Purple Dragon tours Bangkok... www.purpledrag.com Say Tim Devlin sent you. I really like these people..you'll miss a lot trying to do it on your own. If not Google Tarntawan Place Hotel in Bangkok as a jumping off point. Enjoy
The "Bridge on the River Kwai" tours are pretty common. Most any travel agency can set you up with a tour. There are day tours and overnighters available. The travel agencies act as the tour brokers for tour companies. The tour company will pick you up at your hotel and return you there at the end of the trip. It's pretty easy. Some hotels even have tour desks, although they may be more expensive than a private travel agency. Hotel tour desks do provide good info.
I have been on an overnighter and a few years later a day tour. I sometimes take a tour to kill some time between flights home. You should not have any problem on a tour, the travel agency sets up the tour company all you do is pay for it!
Anytime you are on a tour or away from your hotel make sure you have some toilet paper in your carry bag, also some hand wipe things. Take advantage of a fairly clean toilet when you can or the next place when on the road may be behind a tree!
Millions of tourists have done these tours with very little trouble. Anytime you travel on a bus, van, train or plane always keep your valuables with you at your seat or within sight, especially passports, electronics, prescriptions and money! This rule also applies to your own home countries too, not just Thailand! Also use the security box in your hotel, if something turns up missing it may be a fellow tourist that ripped you off!
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Address: 119/5-10 Surawong Road, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand