myhotel Pratunam

70 / 2 Soi Petchburi 15, Petchaburi Road, Phayathai, Bangkok, 10400, Thailand
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Hilton Hotel, Bangkok - great

by sedghill about Hilton Hotel, Bangkok - great

$75 per night, including breakfast (for 2) Lovely pool, great buffet breakfast, has a gym, garden, lots of good food

The Amari Watergate hotel,...

by jjasmine

The Amari Watergate hotel, Bangkok is minutes from the World Trade Centre,sogo department store, centrally placed between Siam Square and Sukhumvit Road and with easy access to the airport expressway.
The Amari Watergate Hotel is located adjacent to the World Trade Centre in Pratunam , one of the bangkok's main commercial and shopping districts.The hotel takes its name from the bustlin nearby market beside the canal : pratu meaning 'gate' and Nam meaning 'water'.
Superior 3,450
Deluxe 4,250
Price from Superior Rooms

Marble bathroom with separate shower cubicle
Double hand basins and long bath
Hair dryer
Full length mirror
220V/110V electrical points
Electronic door locking system for maximum security
Personal safety box
Mini bar
Remote control colour TV with pay movies and satellite reception
IDD phone with Voicemail
PC/FAX link
Individually controlled air-conditioning

The restaurant on the Ground...

by alisonr

The restaurant on the Ground Floor of the Indra Regent Hotel, Bangkok
Their staff provide excellent service! Thier breakfasts were the highlight, with lots of different fruits, some which I had never heard of, and guava juice! Also sausages, bacon and eggs, bread and toast, tea and coffee.

Any restaurant/ cafe located...

by Krystynn

Any restaurant/ cafe located inside the world's #1 hotel - THE ORIENTAL HOTEL, BANGKOK. Really. You won't go wrong.

Us? We spent an idyllic afternoon sipping tea here (please see pic below). :-))

The Oriental Hotel has been voted the WORLD'S NUMBER 1 consecutively for many years now. It's truly an amazing hotel facing the Chao Praya River. Unless you are filthy rich, or the CEO of a major corporation OR George Soros himself (grin), you may find it a liiiiittle expensive to stay at this FABULOUS hotel. Rooms go for a minimum of US$500 per night here. :-)

Century Park Hotel Bangkok...

by Jannick_L.

Century Park Hotel Bangkok (Bangkok)
Room Types
01 Nov '01 - 31 Oct '02

Superior Single/Twin
1,830 Baht

Superior Triple
2,750 Baht The Century Park Bangkok Hotel is one of the best in Bangkok for convenience to the airport, the city and sightseeing. Accommodation is in 383 luxurious rooms and suites including 2 executive floors with private lounge.
Located within a commercial and shopping area, Century Park Hotel offers international standards of service. With well-appointed contemporary Thai style rooms and excellent facilities including a Clark Hatch Fitness Center, this hotel is good value and ideal for the business and vacationing traveller. The hotel is about 15 minutes walk to the markets and shops of Pratunam, the Indra Arcade, and within easy access to the Bangkok airport expressway.

Bangkok - D&D Hotel

by jebediah about Bangkok - D&D Hotel

We paid 600baht for a double room, which was 300 each per night. We stayed here for a few days. It was good to relax, Air con, Cable TV, pool, quiet

Style at at affordable price

by Jez79 about Amari Atrium Hotel, Bangkok

The Amari Atrium hotel is located along New Petchburi Road, close to Sukhumvit Road, one of Bangkok's main shopping and commercial districts. The hotel is very nice, conveniently located and affordable. We stayed in a triple room, and had pleanty of space for the three of us, and it cost us A$25 each. There is a free shuttle bus to various places in the city, as it is easy to catch a cab from down the street. We found a great way to get into the Grand Palace area - a boat along Khlong San Sap, a canal that runs along the back fo the hotel. It costs 9 Baht for the whole trip, and is heaps of fun. The rooms are all clean and well maintained, serviced daily and have air conditioning, hot water, in-room safe and mini bar. Our room overlooked the pool area and on clearer days, the view over the city is good too. All the staff are very friendly and helpful, especially in the ground floor restaurant and foyer area. The hotel has sattelite tv, a pool, sun deck, gym, beauty salon, business centre, currency exchange and tour desk, as well as a number of restaurants and bars. The restaurant on the ground floor, Cascades, is very nice and has excellent food. A particular highlight was the international buffet. Mingles Pub and restaurant is also very nice.

Bangkok Luxury

by SumTingWong about The Oriental Hotel, Bangkok

This hotel is sometimes referred to as the best hotel in the world. I've never stayed there (I've only snuck into the pool once lol).

Picturesque location on the banks of the Chao Phraya
River, near the centre of Bangkok

Guest Rooms
358 rooms and 35 suites

Restaurants & Bars
Sala Rim Naam (traditional Thai)
Le Normandie (French)
The China House (Chinese)
Lord Jim's (seafood)
Ciao (Italian)
The Verandah
Authors' Lounge
The Bamboo Bar
Ciao (Italian)
The Verandah

Meeting Facilities
Conference and banqueting facilities for up to 500 guests

Health & Fitness
Two swimming pools, fully-equipped sports centre, tennis
and squash courts
The Oriental Spa: Thai Health and Beauty Centre

Thai Cooking School and Cultural Centre
Cigar Divan
Over 1,000 employees
Child care centre
Shuttle boat to Taksin Bridge Skytrain Station Just paste this wed address in to go directly to the site:

Great Hotel in Bangkok

by FredNYC about Shangrila Hotel Bangkok

I got a $60 a night deal in this five-star property on the river in Bangkok. It is a truely beautiful hotel with a staff that should put any hotel in the UAS or Europe to shame. The breakfast buffet is sublime and unlike anything I have ever seen. They have all versions of Asian, European and American breakfasts available and wonderfully prepared.

The poolside facing the river is lovely, and the poolboys never let you get too much sun or get to hot. They bring around ice water and cool towels as well as any other sort of beverage or food you might require. You barely have to move to get their attention. Great location by the river and the SkyTrain station.
Incredibly comfortable rooms.
The best staff.

So-so Hotel

by ann500 about Bangkok City Suite Hotel

I stayed at this hotel a couple of weeks ago with my husband. It was just so-so and I am giving it a "satisfied" rating because it wasn't too expensive. The staff wasn't too friendly and we had some biting ants in our room that got into our bags and came on the airplane with us. But we had this problem in Phuket too, so maybe it is a general problem in Thailand. Though we didn't have it in the first hotel we stayed at in Thailand on the first part of our journey (we were later kicking ourselves for not going back there) - the New Siam II Guesthouse which was a really excellent and inexpensive place. However, the Bangkok City Suite Hotel does give free internet service if you bring along your own laptop, breakfast was included in our price and it was clean. And they have a special where you get a half hour use of the internet for free everyday and they have 3 terminals in the lobby. This hotel didn't really have any charm, though it has potential if they would make it a bit more cheery and welcoming in the lobby. It is also sort of located under an expressway overpass, though that didn't make it noisy at all. It is a new hotel, so some taxi drivers would not take us there even when we pointed it out on the map. But I picked up a business card for it written in Thai and that helped us.


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Forum Posts


by colin42

I'd like to get in about three week's cycling in Thailand. Might be enough for Bangkok to far north and a train back. Any and all tips appreciated. Esp. prevailing wind, road surfaces, baggage storage, etc.

Re: Cycling

by cachaseiro

i cycled there a year ago and the road suface is fine in almost all thailand.
there is very little wind in central thailand, so i would say no problem.
you can take your bike on trains for a little surcharge.
if you need spare parts in bangkok, then there is a very good bike shop called "pro bike" near lumpini park.
enjoy your trip.

far north...

by joh28


the way from bangkok to chiang mai is great, so enjoy the changes and the cooler air.

in chiang mia it´s normally not below 23 degree night and 28 degree dayover in february and march, can be a lot more hot in within the next few weeks. the most heated season is in may, then it´s just raining little more...

when you are in chiangmai, take the train to pai, it´s worth it.... as some people tell you, i also stayed ther longer than 3 weeks.... it´s very easy



Re: Re: Cycling

by colin42

Thanks, this is sounding a little less daunting. Any idea what the real distance is for Bangkok to Chang Mai? And, what maps are the best? Also, if I could store two large duffel bags somewhere safe in Bangkok this would solve some enormous problems. I will pay well for this service but have no idea where to start so any help here would be great.



Leave luggage in Bangkok for Cycling

by joh28


i guess the central station is as well as the backpacker areas in Kao San Road (little southern, at the river corner, near Chinatown)... Many backpackers leave their luggage their for cheap... I guess the central station is just taking luggage for 1 or some days, not weeks, or it will cost.... ;-)

best regards!!!


Re: Re: Cycling

by maumau_

I work for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. We'are planning a charity bike ride September 2003 from our Resort in Chaing Mai to the Hotel Bangkok.

I understand it is about 700 km. and ill take us 4 - 5 days. Some hills and rough roads, but nothing too challenging.

I sense it will not be that hard. I used to cycle a lot in the States and Bali and am starting to get back into the sport. after a four year lapse.

If I can assist you in Bangkok, let me know (bag storage, etc). Julia

Hotels in Khao San and Sukhumvit Rd.

by kltakky

Can anyone suggest me low budget hotel (less than 1500 Baht per night, with attached bathroom and air condition) in Sukhumvit Road and Khao San Road?

Can you also tell me where exactly is floating market and how do I get there from Sukhumvir Road?

Appreciate your help again.

Re: Hotels in Khao San and Sukhumvit Rd.

by hubert999

Royal Hotel Bangkok 2 Rajdamnoen Avenue is close to the Khao San road. OK hotel with AIRCON and private bathroom. Is a little bit old but it will do stayed there last week. Khao san road is within walking distance

Re: Hotels in Khao San and Sukhumvit Rd.

by pmarshuk

The Ambassador or Manhattan are close to each other just off the Sukhumvit Road, very close to Nana Skytrain station. They are three star hotels with aircon , breakfast , reasonable rooms etc. They should cost about 1000 baht per room per night. Both are within very easy strolling distance of the Sukhumvit street sellers, bars and restaurants.

Re: Hotels in Khao San and Sukhumvit Rd.

by jrs1234

Hi -

The Buddy Lodge on Khao San Road currently has rooms going for 1500 baht per night - see

The floating market you're thinking of is almost certainly the one in Damnoen Saduak - most people get there via a guided tour, although public buses are another possibility.

has a few pointers...



Re: Hotels in Khao San and Sukhumvit Rd.

by beaniezotzim

Ive stayed at the D&D inn on Khao San Road for 600 baht / night with all of your said ammenities... pretty decent hotel.

Re: Hotels in Khao San and Sukhumvit Rd.

by beaniezotzim

I would not recommend the Royal Hotel, I stayed there in February 2003 and was not impressed for the price. D&D was way better AND cheaper

bangkok national stadium

by leeegglestone

Im staying in the Siam City Hotel Bangkok, on a map ive looked for nearby attractions and know there is lots of shopping places.

I notice the national stadium is there, is that within walking distance. And is this where the thai boxing takes places as im interested in seeing this while im there and would like to know peoples opinions on it, and general info on price etc


Re: bangkok national stadium

by pattayaraj

Hi Lee

National Stadium 's on Rama I Rd , you can walk about 30 minutes from your place, but this stadium don't offer you the thai boxing, it 's just a place for sport match on occasion.
For thai boxing, Lumbini boxing stadium on Rama IV Rd and Rajadamnoen boxing staduim on Rajadamnoen Rd are famous places. The second one 's not so far from your place , you can take about half and hour by bus or taxi.
Uhmmm.... I don't know for admission fee, but for my opinion, you 'd buy at the ticket box where you 'll get reasonable price.

Have a wonderful trip here.


Re: bangkok national stadium

by tilac

Siam City Hotel is just 50 yards far from the skytrain (BTS) stop. The name of the stop is PAYATHAI and you can take it for two stations in order to hit SIAM and change the train and hit NATIONAL STADIUM, which is a must see place since JIM THOMPSON house is just around there.

Yep, you can try to walk but it is NOT recommended since it is too hot and you may end totally soaked after 15 min walk. Your choice.

I suggest you better take a look at

get that e-book. That one will help you a lot.

Re: bangkok national stadium

by travelagent4thailand

siam city is in sri ayutthaya area - not very close to shopping unless you hop on BTS (but then again, one can buy almost anything in bkk and everywhere)...

the hotel is not bad at all...

worth the stay - boxing is not close by, the more well known boxing is near lumpini park and rachadomneren satdium...

happy stayin,


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