The Imperial Tara Hotel

18/1 Sukhumvit Soi 26, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
DoubleTree by Hilton Sukhumvit
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imperial tara or rembrandt hotels?

by darmstadter

can anyone give me any info on these two hotels?
like the area they are in. easy access to transportation?
any info would be great.
thanks, mark

RE: imperial tara or rembrandt hotels?

by Curt1591

Haven't stayed at either, but the Rembrant is home to what is possibly Bangkok's best Mexican restaurant, Senor Pico's.
It not too far from the Skytrain, a short walk.
I also notice that they have their own, private tuk tuk for shuttling guests.

The Imperial Tara is closer to the Skytrain and near the Emporium, an upscale shopping mall.

Both are in the "happening" area of Sukhumvit.

RE: RE: imperial tara or rembrandt hotels?

by Sayaaa

agree with kurt, Imperial Tara is cool location.

RE: imperial tara or rembrandt hotels?

by yamman

I have stayed at the Rembrant Hotel twice, its a smart hotel good value for money and near the Sky Train, and Naana Plza and Soi Cowboy, enjoy good luck, Steve.

Thailand Hotels - January

by cl3150

We are planning a trip to Thailand starting the middle of January, assuming that the political situation will have normalized by then and that it will be safe to travel there.

In the meantime, we have looked online at a number of hotels throughout the country and would like to get some feedback from those who are knowledgeable.

Bangkok: Peninsula (stayed here 2 years ago, loved it), Oriental (new wing), Royal Orchid Sheraton, Grand Hyatt Erawan.

Kanchanaburi: Felis Riverside Kwai, Oriental Kwai, River Kwai Village.

Pitsanuloke: Cabana, Amarin Lagoon.

Sukhothai: Tharaburi Resort, Pailyn.

Chiang Mai: Four Seasons, Sheraton, Ratchamankha, Imperial Mae Ping, Dusit, Puri Punn, de Naga, Mandarin Oriental, Oriental Siam.

Mae Hong Son: Imperial Tara Mae Hong Son, Fern, Quarter.

Chiang Rai: Legend, Anantara, Dusit, River House, Suanthip Vana, Golden Pine.

Hua Hin: Hilton, Sofitel, Anantara, Dusit, Hyatt Regency, Alila Cha-Am.

Phuket: Dusit, Banyan Tree, Kata Thani, Sheraton Grande Laguna, Anantara, Hilton Arcadia, J.W. Marriott.

Krabi: Tubkaak, Amari, Rayavadee, Sheraton.

Bangkok Airport: we need a place for an overnight stay between planes and don't want to spend the time or go through the hassle going back into Bangkok.

I don't know if any of these places will have any promotions going on, or how they all stack up for how nice they are, location, or anything else which would be helpful.

Carl

Re: Thailand Hotels - January

by vtveen

For Sukhothai I also can recommend Lotus Village, a smaller guest house in a real nice setting of gardens and ponds. See for more info:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/vt/tfr/1/797/3/18c747/

happy travels
Jaap

Re: Thailand Hotels - January

by johnaalex

I think Cha Am is nothing much to get excited about. Hua Hin is a nice place; the Dusit is a very nice property but quite a way out of town. My choice for Hua Hin would be the Sofitel has it does have a nice atmosphere and a great central location. With regard to Phuket, the Hilton has a nice central location on Karon Beach (just across the a busy road from the beach). I enjoyed my two stays at the Hilton. The JW Marriott is a great property but miles away from anything (30-40 minutes to Patong for example). The other Phuket hotels you mention are all on Bang Tao beach in a custom resort area - luxurious and not as remote as the JW Marriott but still a car ride from Patong. If you want a very nice luxury hotel in Patong I would go for the Holiday Inn Busakorn wing. For more details see my Thailand pages.

I am also the political problems are sorted by January as I hope to be there then as well ;-)

Regards

John

Re: Thailand Hotels - January

by MVDELROSARIO

Krabi: Ravayadee is in Railay and can only be reached by long-tail boat from Aonang/mainland, but it is worth it.

Bangkok: Why don't you try Sukhothai?

Bangkok Airport: Novotel

Re: Thailand Hotels - January

by cl3150

Thanks for the suggestion.

Carl

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Address: 18/1 Sukhumvit Soi 26, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand