Admiral Suites Bangkok

38 14 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand
(3.5 star hotel)
#60 of 2,166 hotels in Bangkok
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Good but watch for the scam

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 12, 2007

This hotel is really a serviced apartment and the location (Sukhumvit Soi 22) is very good indeed. Soi 22 has a lot of bars, foot massage places and small Thai restaurants, plus it's a five minute walk to the skytrain and Emporium shopping centre (you can cut through the big Queens Park hotel opposite), and close to lots of nightlife spots. There is a front desk but it's often not manned, however the security guard outside is always around. The room I got was the lowest priced suite and it was fine, including a small kitchenette. There's a small swimming pool and gym on the roof which is almost always empty and quite pleasant.
Outside there's a very good coffee shop that sells a tasty range of Thai and Western food. The cafe offers free wireless Internet access. In the room you'll have to pay so it's worth popping downstairs for a coffee if you want to work online.
Bit of a billing problem at check-out. See "Unique Qualities", below.

Unique Quality: For the price, the location is very good and the staff are quite friendly.
One thing to watch out for is the scam though. You reserve the room online using your credit card and, as is usual on check-in, they take a deposit using the same card. But on the guest registration slip there's a little note that says "Payment by credit cards are not accepted. However in dire need this facility may be authorized, on surcharge of 5%". When you check out they try to pull this one. I argued with them because there's nothing on the website about this and of course they've already used my card twice (and they have an "American Express/Visa Welcome" sign on the desk too!). After a moment or two they waived the surcharge - so do make sure you're not ripped off by this try-on.
Apart from that, they're ok.

Directions: Half way down Soi 22 on the right coming from Sukhumvit Road. Just past the Queens Park on the left.

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Good but watch for the scam

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 12, 2007

This hotel is really a serviced apartment and the location (Sukhumvit Soi 22) is very good indeed. Soi 22 has a lot of bars, foot massage places and small Thai restaurants, plus it's a five minute walk to the skytrain and Emporium shopping centre (you can cut through the big Queens Park hotel opposite), and close to lots of nightlife spots. There is a front desk but it's often not manned, however the security guard outside is always around. The room I got was the lowest priced suite and it was fine, including a small kitchenette. There's a small swimming pool and gym on the roof which is almost always empty and quite pleasant.
Outside there's a very good coffee shop that sells a tasty range of Thai and Western food. The cafe offers free wireless Internet access. In the room you'll have to pay so it's worth popping downstairs for a coffee if you want to work online.
Bit of a billing problem at check-out. See "Unique Qualities", below.

Unique Quality: For the price, the location is very good and the staff are quite friendly.
One thing to watch out for is the scam though. You reserve the room online using your credit card and, as is usual on check-in, they take a deposit using the same card. But on the guest registration slip there's a little note that says "Payment by credit cards are not accepted. However in dire need this facility may be authorized, on surcharge of 5%". When you check out they try to pull this one. I argued with them because of course they've already used my card twice (and they have an "American Express/Visa Welcome" sign on the desk too!). After a moment or two they waived the surcharge - so do make sure you're not ripped off by this try-on.
Apart from that, they're ok.

Directions: Half way down Soi 22 on the right coming from Sukhumvit Road. Just past the Queens Park on the left.

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Good but watch for the scam

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 12, 2007

This hotel is really a serviced apartment and the location (Sukhumvit Soi 22) is very good indeed. Soi 22 has a lot of bars, foot massage places and small Thai restaurants, plus it's a five minute walk to the skytrain and Emporium shopping centre (you can cut through the big Queens Park hotel opposite), and close to lots of nightlife spots. There is a front desk but it's often not manned, however the security guard outside is always around. The room I got was the lowest priced suite and it was fine, including a small kitchenette. There's a small swimming pool and gym on the roof which is almost always empty and quite pleasant.
Outside there's a very good coffee shop that sells a tasty range of Thai and Western food. The cafe offers free wireless Internet access. In the room you'll have to pay so it's worth popping downstairs for a coffee if you want to work online.
Bit of a billing problem at check-out. See "Unique Qualities", below.

Unique Quality: For the price, the location is very good and the staff are quite friendly.
One thing to watch out for is the scam though. You reserve the room online using your credit card and, as is usual on check-in, they take a deposit using the same card. But on the guest registration slip there's a little note that says "Payment by credit cards are not accepted. However in dire need this facility may be authorized, on surcharge of 5%". When you check out they try to pull this one. I argued with them because of course they've already used my card twice (and they have an "American Express/Visa Welcome" sign on the desk too!) so do make sure you're not ripped off by this try-on.
Apart from that, they're ok.

Directions: Half way down Soi 22 on the right coming from Sukhumvit Road. Just past the Queens Park on the left.

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Good but watch for the scam

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 12, 2007

This hotel is really a serviced apartment and the location (Sukhumvit Soi 22) is very good indeed. Soi 22 has a lot of bars, foot massage places and small Thai restaurants, plus it's a five minute walk to the skytrain and Emporium shopping centre (you can cut through the big Queens Park hotel opposite), and close to lots of nightlife spots. There is a front desk but it's often not manned, however the security guard outside is always around. The room I got was the lowest priced suite and it was fine, including a small kitchenette. There's a small swimming pool and gym on the roof which is almost always empty and quite pleasant.
Outside there's a very good coffee shop that sells a tasty range of Thai and Western food. The cafe offers free wireless Internet access. In the room you'll have to pay so it's worth popping downstairs for a coffee if you want to work online.
But of a billing problem at check-out. See "Unique Qualities", below.

Unique Quality: For the price, the location is very good and the staff are quite friendly.
One thing to watch out for is the scam though. You reserve the room online using your credit card and, as is usual on check-in, they take a deposit using the same card. But on the guest registration slip there's a little note that says "Payment by credit cards are not accepted. However in dire need this facility may be authorized, on surcharge of 5%". When you check out they try to pull this one. I argued with them because of course they've already used my card twice (and they have an "American Express/Visa Welcome" sign on the desk too!) so do make sure you're not ripped off by this try-on.
Apart from that, they're ok.

Directions: Half way down Soi 22 on the right coming from Sukhumvit Road. Just past the Queens Park on the left.

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Admiral Suites Bangkok

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Address: 38 14 Sukhumvit Soi 22, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand

Amenities at Admiral Suites Bangkok

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette
  • Suites
  • Airport Transportation
  • Bar / Lounge

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