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The hotel is a bit dated but in no means lacking. It has everything a hotel should have and is generally well kept and clean. Just don't expect Hilton standards here and you will not be disappointed. The rooms are spacious and equipped with basic...More
Spent a night at Indra Regent. The biggest advantage of this hotel is that it is in the heart of the shopping area. With malls just walking distance. Surrounded by Indian restaurants etc. However rooms need to be maintained better in terms of cleanliness. The...More
Rooms/bathrooms need updating and maintainance. Breakfast was average - not refilled often.. had to ask for bacon. Staff were friendly. Biggest annoyance was we were told FREE internet - but you had to go through hoops to get it - and it was only on...More
Hotel is nice. Location is great, staffs are better than "The 93" Hotel. I did not realize they dont have wifi in the room. It sucks :( you can purchase wifi, which is super expensive but it only works in the lobby. Spa and restaurants...More
We had 13 nights in this hotel in central Bangkok and it was the 3rd time we had stayed there. We love the Indra Regent. It has a great central location, it is clean and the rooms are comfortable, the staff are always more than...More
Response from kobirosenwasser | Reviewed this property |
Coming by Taxi from the airport (both airports) to the Indra main entrance requires a D tour (since Rachaprarop road is a one way street) which at rush hour may take extra 15 minutes. personally, comming from Suvarnabumi I... More
Coming by Taxi from the airport (both airports) to the Indra main entrance requires a D tour (since Rachaprarop road is a one way street) which at rush hour may take extra 15 minutes. personally, comming from Suvarnabumi I prefer taking the City line Sky train (NOT the Airport Link as it doesn't stop at Rachaprarop station) get of at Rachaprarop station and walk the 200 meters. In this case I use the back entrance through the Indra square (under the foot bridge) or alternatively you may enter via the McDonald's back door.
Another way is tell the taxi to stop at the Rachaprarop Sky Train station (from Rama IV exist to Rachaprarop , turn left and stop under the Sky train bridge) and walk. if you dont like to walk let the taxi make the long D tour via Payathai, Petchburi and come on Rachaprarope from the opposite side. just before the hotel there is a small left turn to a roundabout which leads to the Indra main entrance.