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Hi All! Planning a trip in Feb 2019 and I'm debating changing my usual hotel choice. I tend to go to either Aloft or Fraser Suites because of their Soi 11 location. I especially like Fraser suite for the size of the room, the balcony and having Above Eleven in the same building. I've just seen the new Hyatt Regency popping up online with the official opening coming up this fall (Oct/Nov 2018). The hotel looks fantastic online, great room/pool and a nice location right on sukhumvit near the Nana bts stop. 140$ per night is a bit above what I usually pay but the fancy features might be w
Hi All, First time travelling to bangkok, and will only be there for two nights (as it is a stop over) - unfortunately I can't get more time. Therefore I am asking recommendation for the best guest friendly hotel. My budget is about $400-500 (US) a night and would prefer a place with: - spa (preferably outside) - terrace - very guest friendly (multiple guests) I have found one that fits the bill (pathumwan princess), but not sure how guest friendly it is (seen mixed reviews) and not as close to the nightlife i'm looking for. Thanks for the help in advance, Aladdin
Hi Guys, Like every other addiction, Thailand punches you in the heart (instead of the gut) and blows the wind out of you. And then you're gasping for air.... wanting more. I've been back from my first trip nearly a month back but I am still reeling with the head rush. And so I'm planning another trip this September. This could well be my last trip before I get married and then I will be diagnosed with the dreaded disease called 'One-gina'. Jokes apart, though my first trip was amazing and I had loads of fun, it wasn't exactly how I would've wanted it to be. You can read about