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All reviewsrooftop poolthe riverrobinson shopping centerhotel room is bigshort visit to bangkokfull blastsaphan taksin bts stationlebua towermid range hoteleuropean foodrenovated roomsky barmini bar isferry piermain pierpool towelsrooms are big and clean
We stayed there one night although our booking was for 2...
The room was very dirty with cockroaches in the bathroom!!! The shower was very dirty and the smell of dust and old furniture was there since we arrived...
The people at the entrance were...More
During our city trip to Bangkok, my wife, little son and I stayed for four nights in the Grand Sathorn. In general the hotel is nice. The room was clean and comfortable and also the free WiFi worked rather good (not allways the case in...More
Not the prettiest location but only five minutes walk from the BTS and pier at Sathorn Taksin bridge, so excellent for river trips to the temple of the ring dawn, the royal palaces or Asiatique , etc. The outside of the building looks tired and...More
We stayed here for 3 nights, our first stop in Thailand. Do not be put off by the surroundings, the area is fantastic and you get a real feel for local Thai living. Rooms were spacious and clean, the staff provided us with a cot...More
This hotel is so value for money, writing a review, feels like a bad idea.
Hope I can get a room for my next trip.
I have stayed here twice, and in other hotels, in the same price range.
This is by far the best....More
Despite the lack of any major tourist attractions, this lively neighborhood is a favorite of many. Whether it's the (somewhat naughty) nightlife of Soi Patpong, the various handicraft night markets or the plethora of dining options that tickle your fancy, a night out in Silom is a must on every itinerary. It's worth a stop during daytime, too: join office workers on a quest to tasty street food during lunch and shop
at Silom Complex for a great mix of Thai and international stores. After a day of strolling around the congested sidewalks, a visit to Silom's Lumphini Park, Bangkok's answer to NYC's Central Park, is a welcome change of scenery.
hi, yes these attractions are nearby, we payed 100 baht in a tuk tuk,to a pier and got a long boat to the Grand palace, 300 bhat, each, and 50 baht to land on a pier,(each) then back on the same long boat, to the Reclining... More
hi, yes these attractions are nearby, we payed 100 baht in a tuk tuk,to a pier and got a long boat to the Grand palace, 300 bhat, each, and 50 baht to land on a pier,(each) then back on the same long boat, to the Reclining Budda, another 50 baht, (each) to use pier.
on return, we used a tuk tuk, 300 baht.
both attractions were, 200 baht each per person.
We done both, in half a day.
Hope this helps
Response from laytonryzy | Reviewed this property |
Hi Becks, if you exit through the middle door out of the airport and look to your right you will see ticket machines for metered taxis, grab a ticket and go to the same numbered bay and get yourself a metered taxi...make... More
Hi Becks, if you exit through the middle door out of the airport and look to your right you will see ticket machines for metered taxis, grab a ticket and go to the same numbered bay and get yourself a metered taxi...make sure the meter is turned on and don't be afraid to ask if it isn't.
I pay around 600 baht to the hotel, private taxis will try and charge between 12-1500. If your driver is not sure where the hotel is just tell them its at the top of the street opposite Robinson Mall.