This venue shaped like a spaceship is difficult to miss - on Sukhumvit Soi 11, a staple in Bangkok nightlife. The club itself consists of two rooms with two DJs spinning different kinds of music. There's lots of space to cut the rug and when you're ready for a break, hang out on the beds surrounding the dance floor. There's also an upstairs that wraps around the outer edge of each room, which is perfect for watching the action happen.
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Sometimes when you hear about the hype, it's a turn off but this place delivered. The food was fantastic. The service was fantastic and so were the drinks. It was cozy, too. And as odd as I thought it was, they had 2 masseuse's giving 20 minute massages for $10 US.
Dress Code: Dress like you're going out on the town.
Bed joins Q Bar and Novotel’s CM2 as the upscale contribution to Bangkok’s nightlife.
Their unique contribution is a nice dinner served up on the eponymous bed-type lounging seats. The restaurant is a nice experience, good food and the nightclub dance spot is very popular with well-to-do Thais and some foreigners. There’s a LGBT night for those so inclined.
Only not so great feature is getting a cab at the 2am closing time.
Dress Code: Come as you are but be beautiful
This lounge is sweet! It is located in the Soy Suhkimvit Road area near Q-bar and the Ministry of Sound. The club itself has a unique hanger like shape while the interior is mod with beds and comfy lounge chairs scattered about. Hip music is always on tap and beautiful Thai's and travelers are ever present.
Dress Code: Trendy casual, dress to impress
Pretty much the same review as my QBar one. Different atmosphere but usually the same crowd going back and forth from these 2 clubs. I think thursdays is models night. Not as great as it may sound. They are probably a lot of models but that never seems to class up the joint IMHO. One tip on both places is to buy bottles. They usually give you free entrance with bottle service and it always end up being cheaper. Plus if you don't finish the bottle, they will write your name on it and save it for the next time you go there. Bottles in Bangkok usually go for about $50 or so. Seriously, when was the last time you went out for less than $50 in the states.
Dress Code: Same as everywhere. Dress how you would like people to see you.
- visited 11 May 2006, things r subject to change, pls check their website for updated info
- sunday's queer night
- to get there: BTS Nana (take cab better, no idea how to walk there)
- Pls bring ur id, u need to be abv 20yo to enter
- attire: covered shoes, no 3/4 pants
- www.bedsupperclub.com (u can book online but might as well book when u reach bkk, i
called them using hotel phone)
- Dinner on that Thursday Nite, 3 course meal, 1950 Baht!!!
- Drinks, 750 Baht? Thus, USD 40-80 applies here.
- itz divided into 2 sections, restaurant and pub. the toilets are cool.
- ask for a box of matchsticks.
Dress Code: pls call to check to check the dress code. covered shoes and no shorts!
Bed Supperclub shows you idea of 'whiteness' with feeling of retro 70s futuristic. Everything is white (in the restaurant side) and you can lay down in longgg bed being served by pretty staff. Food is excellent. Music is very nice. Anyway price is considered 'high' (about 1500 Baht+ for one set of supper) 220 Baht for a glass of cocktail. For busy nights you may have to pay entry fee (about 500 Baht) include 2 free drinks. But it's worth visiting.
There's surprise everynight. Sometimes it's live performance. Could be anything from live Jazz Band, Performing Arts, Dance Shows to Art Exhibitions. Check website for schedule.
Dress Code: For guys, no flip-flops.
Decent music, good mix of Thais and Tourists, two drinks are included with the cover. The one problem is that there were a lot of she-males in the place. Since that wasn't our thing we left rather early.
Dress Code: Jeans and T-shirts OK
BED SUPPERCLUB is a ‘dining in bed’ experience. Best described as a unique combination of upscale restaurant, club, art gallery, theatre and stage merged into one.
Housed in a custom-built new building and set in a modern and futuristic all white environment, BED crosses the divide between dining and cutting edge entertainment. In BED you take your shoes off, lay down and you're at home.
My company booked up the whole place on the last night of our Bangkok business trip. It was fun to have the whole club to ourselves. Food was great and music was very new age. Our private party ended at 10pm and it was time to join another party as waves of beautiful Thai people started arriving:-)
Great place. You feel like you walking into a spaceship. Modern, chic and being thailand cheap. Great for food and great to get wasted. Huge beds surround top floor of club. Dont wear white though you will match everything! Must go
Dress Code: Dont wear white! smart but casual
I have been there several times, is the best bar I´ve ever been, full of people is divided in two sections one is a restaurant ( they serve set dinners starting at 20:00 Hrs ) food is sophisticated and very tasty ( try the soft shel crab roll with masago and wasabi ) everithing in the menu is perfect.
Dress Code: You have to carry an I.D. if don´t they will not let you in. you have to be cool dressed ( no shorts ) i don´t know if they are not allowed but I´ve never see anibody with them
Since I missed out on coming here on my last trip to Bangkok, this was a must-go on this trip. They serve a fusion-style dinner, but for a cheaper alternative, come here for drinks. Reservations are recommended but we got there around 9pm and there were still seats/beds available.
You can't help but gasp when you arrive. To see this white spaceship-like monstrosity in the middle of nowhere is just bizzare! And you have to walk up a ramp to get to the entrance... you really feel like you're getting onto a spaceship!
The whole idea of sitting on beds sounds really fun, but actually looked quite uncomfortable. I'm using the word looked as we ended up sitting on proper chairs rather then the beds. Music was a mix of "Buddha-bar" and dance music, with a huge screen showing a video of strippers gyrating away - strangely enough, it kinda fit the ambience and music.
Lots of foreigners here, so that meant there were working girls trying to get business as well. If you want a change of scenery, try Q Bar just down the road.
Bed Super Club is a cool night club, they have 2 rooms that are blasting music. The walls are lined with beds ala tables, where you have to take off your shoes before getting in. The decor is all white including the sheets. The night we went was a Gay night, although our friend who brought us there didn't believe it till we started pointing out the tell-tale signs .... being from San Francisco, you just know. Regardless we still had a great time, and apparently it isn't always Gay night in Bed........
Dress Code: Club Attire
Prepare to shell out Bht600 (includes 2 drinks) for a night of fun. From the outside, I thought I was looking at a gigantic white tube that is raised from the ground. Little did I know that the place is pumping inside and it was jampacked with people. There's only one downside, everything stops at 2AM! :( Still not used to this because partying in Manila can take up to the wee hours
Dress Code: Jeans are fine but wear a funky top
After eating a somewhat expensive and rather simple meal here (read my restaurant tip about this place) I was really glad we stuck around, this place is ultra cool, ultra chic. The music is all rave, but the place gets packed and it's a good time. The dance floor is small and it's gets really crowded. Doors for the club opens at 11:00 p.m. I would recommed to get here at the time and skip out on the not so good food here !!!!!
Dress Code: Smart casual, no sandals, no shorts