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First time to Thailand this was a great base for the city 7 minutes to the sky train Asok restaurants and Sukhumvit with shops etc. Bit of confusion when we checked in but was sorted we had a great view we didn't use pool or...More
lovely clean hotel
Great location although a good hour away from the grand palace and kohsam road, taxi worked out about £10 each way
Great customer service and the handy mobile device came in good use
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if in Bangkok and you want to relax then this is the place where you should stay... really an Excellent hotel I just love the Rooms and the service and the breakfast is simply awesome... I visited Bangkok 4 times but this is the time...More
We stayed a few nights in Bangkok planned on getting around via the BTS sky train the Rembrandt is great for this, also close to night life only down side was the room had been smoked in but guess this is the same everywhere in...More
First time to Bangkok so we went with a hotel that was pretty central to shops etc. it was walking distance to the Skytrain which was MUCH quicker than getting around in cabs or tuktuk. Bangkok traffic is a nightmare! Hotel was nice enough, but...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.
we had a few massages in thailand, including Bangkok - in all cases they spoke good english and checked the massage wasnt too hard. If you are uncomfortable just tell them, in my experience they reduced the pressure..