The Heritage Baan Silom

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

659 Silom 19 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand
The Heritage Baan Silom
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 48% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples53
  • Solo52
  • Business33

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accommodation in Bangkok

by Glen30


I'm planning a trip to Bangkok in January and would like some information on these hotels in terms of location and quality. Which one is the best in terms of walking distance to the Skytrain, huge shopping centres, and night markets.

a)The Siam Heritage
115/1 Surawong Road, Silom, Bangkok

b) CK House Bali Suite
Soi Sathorn 13 Yannawa Sathorn Bangkok Thailand 10120

c) The Heritage Baan Silom
659 Silom 19 Silom Road Bangrak

d) The Davis Bangkok
88 Sukhumvit 24
Klongteoy, Bangkok 10110

e) Babylon B&B
34 Soi Nandha, South Sathon Road Soi 1, Bangkok 10120.


Re: accommodation in Bangkok

by RupzieRaj

Of all these hotels, I only recognize The Davis...

that might say something...

Re: accommodation in Bangkok

by wEnDeLiCiOuS

same here... i only heard abt the davis... heard it is quite a nice hotel

Re: accommodation in Bangkok

by NitNoy

The Davis is nice. It's a 2 minute motorbike taxi to the Emporium/Phrom Phong BTS or they offer a tuk tuk shuttle (traffic on Soi 24 can be pretty bag at times, so the Tuk Tuk could take 20 minutes).

Re: accommodation in Bangkok

by Glen30

thanks for the feedback...

Re: accommodation in Bangkok

by MrHelper

Re: accommodation in Bangkok

by bkk_kd

a) Siam Heritage: A nice place nicely located at Baan Silom, which has shops, pubs and restaurants, but not especially convenient to Skytrain, HSCs or NMs
b) I know the Soi, but have no idea about this place, and I live and work nearby. I'd give it a pass, just based upon location.
c) The Heritage is a very nice, stylish new boutique hotel, about 50 meters from the Chongnonsi BTS station and 150 meters from the Soi Lalaisap secretaries' market. Rooms appear to be a bit small. They have a Baht 1,800/night deal that, I think, ends October 31st (but in this market, extending such deal or new deals are not out of the question). Unless you have a reason to want to stay in the heart of the business district, its location is unremarkable, except for the fact that the BTS is so conveniently nearby.
d) The Davis is nice, but is at the far end of Sukhumvit 24. It has a free tuk-tuk shuttle service to the BTS (Phrom Phong) and the Emporium shopping centre.
e) I've never been inside Babylon, but have heard it is nice. I'm fairly sure that it is almost exclusively for gay men. The neighborhood is nice, but it is a bit of a walk to the nearest subway station (Lumpini).

Re: accommodation in Bangkok

by gaolei

Let me give you an alternative, the new Dynasty chain hotel is on soi 4 and is called the Darwin. I was there last week and it was a very nice value for the money. Here is my report:

Re: accommodation in Bangkok

by Glen30

thanks to all

Travel Tips for Bangkok

Go to see the WAT PAKOW

by shiran_d

Go to see the WAT PAKOW
The Royal Tempel. Staying in a Tempel and praying and walking each early morning with the budhist monks to collect food for the only meal the monks are allowed to have in a day the PINNAPATHA. This is a old sanscrit word meaning. Collecting food donations.
I use to go behind the monks and collect food parcles in a sack to take to te tample.
In Thailand every male person must atleast for three months become a monk by law.
Even the Royals have been monks some time in thier life.
It's a great training, I would recommend any one planning a stressful job to train in this meditation and mind focusing excercise. It will certainly help to clam any one down.
Enjoy your visit to Thailand and have a great time.

See it and get out. Thailand...

by sketchyhand

See it and get out. Thailand is a large diverse country, get off the beaten path! The students at Silpakorn University were the greatest ambassadors i've ever experienced. Great friends and the perfect way to learn about a country and culture. If you have the oppurtunity, you must befriend a thai person, they will make a great friend for life.

Dress code in Bangkok

by expatbangkok

Been here 12 years and wear shorts everyday. So do 90% of my mates. Pants, shirt, tie and occasionally a suit to work, but then who is stupid enough to but on jeans in 40 degree heat with 60% humidity? Not the Thais, thats for sure. Looking out of my windown now I can see dozens of Thais wearing shorts.
Asians/expats don't wear shorts? Horse hockey!

Joo's open arm of Thai culture...

by l_joo

Joo's open arm of Thai culture in this photo with Sing. The culture here is generally Buddhism influenced by Hindus long long ago, they belong to the Theravada not the Chinese Mahayana. Expect to see many Temples (Wat). Thai peoples especially those in the business of travel are big liars. Everytime you ask them for a ticket, they will tell you this is the peak season, if you don't buy the ticket now you will never get it anymore or the price will go up after today.

Cycling tour in Bangkok (half day - Tawi Wattana)

by fay_par

this half day tour will take you through a land of canals, smiling people, rice fields, orchid and vegetable farms. Visit local wet market, traditional Thai wooden house and a beautiful green park of Phutta Monton, the biggest Buddhist site in the world.

Visit Thonburi Market, a market selling agriculture products, gardening, pets, orchids or handmade products and it is a twin to the famous Jatujak weekend market only that this market is for local people.

Ride on Uttayan road, one of the most beautiful avenues in Thailand.

This trip will get you a chance to get close to Thai local life as they are in real. No set up and no other tourists.


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Address: 659 Silom 19 Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500, Thailand