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Reviewed 17 November 2012

Have stayed at many hotels in Thailand forwork and leisure - this one has the added benefit of being surrounded by beautiful gardens and space despite being in the city. The hotel surrounds, decor and staff are excellent. The beautiful polished timber floors are a nice change from sometimes grubby hotel carpet elsewhere. Two comments, and both from an environmental angle - no personal choice not to have linen changed every day, and, wait for it...heated toilet seats, something I would have thought a thing of the not-so-resource conscious past, especially in a tropical city!

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled on business
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TheSukhothaiBangkok, Manager at The Sukhothai Bangkok, responded to this reviewResponded 20 November 2012

Dear Guest,

Thank you for your review on Trip Advisor. We are glad to learn that your recent stay at The Sukhothai Bangkok was a pleasant one. Your compliments on the decoration, service and hotel facilities are very much appreciated.

Hope we will have a chance to welcome you back again in the not too far future.

Best Regards,
Pattama Yoshimura (Mrs.)
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Reviewed 15 November 2012

The big attraction in this hotel is the open air swimming pool and garden> I always stay in a terrace suite which is in a low build block overlooking the pool and which has a more traditional Thai furnishings feel than the main building. Service in the hotel is very good (as always in Bangkok) and the Italian restaurant is very good, however the Celadon Thai restaurant is truly exceptional. The location is good and the chauffeured fleet of cars is cheap and very reliable. The spa, in a separate, tranquil building is well worth visiting. Absolutely no issues here and I return frequently as my hotel of choice in Bangkok

Room Tip: Terrace de luxe suite- separate building, traditional furnishings and a view of the pool
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Jim P
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TheSukhothaiBangkok, Manager at The Sukhothai Bangkok, responded to this reviewResponded 16 November 2012

Dear Guest,

Thank you for this wonderful review on Trip Advisor. We are truly appreciated you have chosen to stay at The Sukhothai Bangkok while you were in Bangkok. We are pleased to learn that you love our room, decorations, location as well as our award winning Thai restaurant, Celadon. We hope to welcome you again soon.

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Pattama Yoshimura (Mrs.)
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Reviewed 13 November 2012

yeah, we can call The Sukothai Bangkok is truly 05 star Hotel, room is good size but in old style. However, still well maintain. Carpet on pathway walk to the room is quite old and need to change.

But the best of the best of this hotel is service. They treat everyone as very valued guest. All come with smile and willing to help in any request.

Location is a bit inconvenience. not close to BTS or MRT, the nearest MRT is Lumphini where take around 15-20 minutes to walk. I would recommend hotel to provide complimentary shuttle .

At the end if compare with the price, I am pleased to mark as 5 Star Price, but 4 star valued of Money

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Nattawut K
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TheSukhothaiBangkok, Manager at The Sukhothai Bangkok, responded to this reviewResponded 14 November 2012

Dear Guest,

Thank you for your review on Trip Advisor. We are very pleased to learn of your impressions on our service. We are also value all your comments and recommendations. We hope to welcome back you again at The Sukhothai Bangkok in this near future.

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Reviewed 9 November 2012

As a five star hotel shoud be
A pitty that there where not many guests (low season)
It is a nice modern style hotel with all the amenities you need.

The food is ecxelent with many international food ch

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Guapa1961
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TheSukhothaiBangkok, Manager at The Sukhothai Bangkok, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2012

Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for your review on Trip Advisor. We and the team are glad that we have delivered your entire stay an impressive one. We look forward to see you again in the near future.

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Pattama Yoshimura (Mrs.)
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Reviewed 8 November 2012

I last stayed in The Sukhothai in March 2010, at which time I gave it a 5-star rating. I have just been in Bangkok again, after disembarking there from a 3-week cruise on a 6-star ship, and decided to stay again at The Sukhothai; I'm happy to say that it retains all the qualities that made such a positive impression on me the first time I stayed, and making even a 6-star cruise ship seem wanting.

Bangkok is a huge city with diabolical traffic, and one of the nicest aspects of this hotel is the oasis of serenity it represents in the midst of the Bangkok turmoil. This is a result of the gardens and water-features, as well as the open-form architecture. Unlike almost all the other 5-star Bangkok hotels, it actually feels Thai, rather than like a very posh office block. The rooms are elegant, tasteful and spacious, with great bathrooms. Breakfast and lunch in the Colonnade restaurant are a wonderful buffet, and dinner at Celadon, The Sukhothai's celebrated Thai restaurant is superb: the menu is one of those where one is tempted simply to say to the waiter, "one of everything, please". Best of all, the service remains impeccable and truly personal: the F&B Manager saw me walk in one afternoon with a few bananas that I had bought on the street, and gently admonished me because the hotel "has bananas"; the next morning at breakfast she presented me with a small bunch of the tiny, Thai "finger" bananas to take to my room, an entirely unnecessary but typically thoughtful gesture characteristic of all the staff there. Returning to the "real" world after a few days here is a painful experience.

The Sukhothai isn't as glitzy as the Shangri-la, as grand as the Four Seasons, or as opulent as the Oriental, but for me it remains not only by far the best hotel in Bangkok, but it is a strong contender for my favourite hotel worldwide.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled with friends
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TheSukhothaiBangkok, Manager at The Sukhothai Bangkok, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2012

Dear Guest,

On behalf of the management team at The Sukhothai Bangkok, we truly appreciated for your feedback on your recent stay with us and sharing this on Trip Advisor. We are really delighted to learn that our hotel serviced and facilities met your expectation and left with you a memorable experience.

Hope we will have a chance to welcome you back again in the not too far future.

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