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I spent 2 nights here with friends. Receptionists are accommodating. Just approach them and they could arrange everything, from room services to wake-up call and airport transfer. There's a free tuk-tuk service to main road if you don't want a moderately-long walk. Room is equipped...More
First time staying in the Citadines Sukhumvit 8. As I was travelling with another 3 friends, I booked the 2 bedroom apartment because we wanted a place to hang out and chill and talk late into the night. I felt that an apartment would be...More
Second time staying in the same place. Stayed for 4 nights with my family. Really convenient location and reasonably priced. Staff's service is top notch and very helpful. Plenty of 7-11 along the way to grab whatever you need.
Generally the apt suits our family very much. Especially having a cooking and dining area. We had a LO with us and had to cook some porridge fr her so it was good the apt came with full cooking utensils and a microwave. It was...More
I stayed in this hotel with my family from 24th May to 29th May 2013. As regards to location , it is bang in the city and near to the skytrain station NANA. Hotel staff is warm and friendly. I also availed services of the...More
With a mix of shopping malls, hip bars and food stalls lining both sides of Thailand’s longest road, you’ll rarely encounter a dull moment along Sukhumvit. While the main road itself doesn't offer a lot in terms of entertainment, it's the adjoining 'sois' (alleys) where the magic happens. Popular spots are soi 11 for a lively night out, soi 4 for naughty nightlife and soi 21 for world-class shopping at Terminal 21. It's
hard to cover everything this area has to offer in on day, so be sure to take your time. Sukhumvit is heavily congested with traffic during day and night, so getting from A to B is most convenient using the BTS Skytrain right above it.
Response from cockneydave41 | Reviewed this property |
I have never been charged for having a guest, its an apartment not hotel, obviously your guest would have to have valid ID and would be required to sign in at the reception. Then I guess this is why I like staying here... More
I have never been charged for having a guest, its an apartment not hotel, obviously your guest would have to have valid ID and would be required to sign in at the reception. Then I guess this is why I like staying here because of the privacy and discretion.
Response from peter_t_wood | Reviewed this property |
As a general rule, you do not need to settle on a fixed fare unless you are having difficulty getting a taxi. This applies at any time of day or night. Despite what others say, unless you are in a very quiet part of Bangkok... More
As a general rule, you do not need to settle on a fixed fare unless you are having difficulty getting a taxi. This applies at any time of day or night. Despite what others say, unless you are in a very quiet part of Bangkok there is never a long wait between vacant taxis, many of whom will gladly turn on the meter.
From Suvarnabhumi you get a taxi from level 1. The booking system costs 50b, your taxi driver has to put on the meter. If you go the tollway the cost to soi 8 is two hits, I think from memory it's about 75b n total (could be a bit more). The actual taxi fare on the meter will be about 250b. So a flat fare of 400b is not unreasonable, but mever offer more than 500b.
To DMK in the morning DO NOT take a taxi from outside a hotel or apartment. They are just waiting for the big sting. If you need the concierge to order a taxi, make sure you tell them that you want meter. Otherwise if you go to the top of the soi to Nana there will not be a problem getting a passing meter taxi. If the first one says no then just flag down the next.