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  1. Hello there lovely people... Has anyone stayed at the Paradiso Boutique Suites? Any info/ opinions good or bad would be most welcome. Have considered staying there in the past and checked it out from the outside. The obvious question of course is if it’s guest friendly (it does turn up in most guest friendly hotel searches I’ve done but you never know) Looks like a no thrills kind of place (not sure if they even offer food) and the rooms seem fairly small, but it sounds decent enough from the reviews I’ve read (aside from the food thing) and is reasonably priced. It’s also on soi 10 where I’ve stayed several times before so at least I’m familiar with the area. I’m trying to cut back on a few things next trip so it may have to do as long as it’s an ok place...otherwise I may go to Pattaya...
  2. Just booked this hotel for my October stay, not that near to the action, but had some business to do near. Apparently from what I found online it's guest friendly, looks nicely designed, new and has a sexy bathtub Any member has stayed before?
  3. Someone mentioned the Boxtel by the hour hotel at Suvarnabhumi in a thread recently. I used it for 4 hours a couple of days ago. My flight home was delayed from 9 am to 2.15 pm. The airline should have sent me a mail, letting me know so I could have stayed at my hotel in the city. But no mail. So I got up at 5.30 am, and was at the airport by 7. The taxi did not use the highway by default for some reason. Every time I take a taxi to the airport, the driver takes a new route, so I did not notice at first. Had I been in a hurry, it could have been catastrophic. Always tell the drive specifically to use the highway! Anyway, here is what you need to know about the Boxtel @ Suvarnabhumi Airport. Location. The Boxtel hotel is located at the B level by the Airport Rail Link and the exchanges. You need to use the elevator to get there, at least from the departure level. BKK have this weird thing where the arrival level is blocked off. Booking. They have a website for booking, but it is not intuitive at all. You need to select dates for check in and check out, and they can not be the same date. Yet, it is all by the hour. So just don’t bother with the website. I showed up and payed cash by the counter. Staffed by a friendly woman who spoke good English. The place did not seem to be very busy, and there are plenty of rooms. You can choose from 2 hours up if I remember correctly. Price. 3 hours was 950. 4 hours was 1250. Then there is a 100-baht deposit. Wifi included. Standard. The rooms are very basic as expected. DIY style. Very clean. Overall quiet, but I did hear the occasional suitcase being dropped. There is an outlet for charging and a fan in the roof. Keep the fan on as it gets very warm inside. I am 180 cm and had no problem with the size of the bed. The toilet is further down the hall, so better make a visit before you settle in. There are a few vending machines outside and a seating area. I do not recommend it as a ST hotel. I was really glad I had this option! So much better that hanging out at the departure hall for 5 hours.
  4. Stayed here for a week earlier this month. The hotel was built in early 2017 I believe. It is located on the Police Station corner of Asoke. Hotel on left. Stairs to Asoke BTS far right. Very convenient for Terminal 21 food hall/restaurants. Also a short walk to Sukhumvit MRT. They have a coffee show on the ground floor, but didn't try. No pool, gym, room service or laundry. No problem walking girls back from Soi Cowboy or Thermae. A 40b taxi ride from Nana. They do not take the girls ID cards. No problem taking one girl after another, didn't try 2 at once. The beds are comfy. The furniture is poorly assembled Ikea...just like home :rolleyes: Nice view of Asoke junction. Noisy most of the time. TV didn't have any English language channels. WiFi worked ok. Remote to AC was handy. Safe was "portable" :unsure: All the staff seem to be female and super friendly. Everything was clean and new.
  5. I'm thinking to book this hotel for my next trip. Anyone been there can say something about it ? thank you
  6. Hi, Has anyone stayed at [email protected] on Soi 4? It is on the right hand side about 300 metres up the Soi from Sukhumvit. Any issues, noise etc..
  7. Hi all, Did any of you mongers stayed before at iCheckinn Sukhumvit Soi 2? Thinking about staying at this place for my next trip, so all info is welcome :) Thanks in advance!
  8. Stayed at this place from 26th to 30th May. For the past 20 years, always have been staying here whenever I am in Bangkok and always rated it very highly. Sadly, on this occasion it was anything but 5 Star. The place is in need of serious refurbishment, especially the rooms. The Wifi can range from non existence to max of 1Mb. Staff are friendly enough and breakfast is good. The only positives going for this place are that it's guest-friendly and the location is perfect for the Sukhumvit experience. Would I stay again - it would really depend on the prices. If you can get a good package deal then probably yes. It is a busy hotel so you will see herds checking in and out throughout the day. Hope this helps others.
  9. I will be spending 3 weeks in BKK in April, and would like to head down to Hua Hin for a couple of nights. I've never been to Hua Hin so any hotel recommendations would be much appreciated. Something in the 2,000 - 2,500 baht a night range would be ideal.
  10. 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 and Jafar
  11. I used to live in Omni Tower in Sukhumvit Soi4. They have Condo rooms and Hotel rooms together. And every weekend, Hotel room floors were filled with moaning voices. That made me excited. Now I am living in the other place, but I really miss that. Anybody knows a hotel filled with moaning voices in Bangkok? I will stay 1 night following your advice. Cheers
  12. Anyone have experience with Woraburi Sukhumvit Hotel on Soi 4 ? http://www.woraburi.com/woraburisukhumvit/ . I will be with a girl on next Bangkok trip ...do you recommend this hotel ? will they allow my girl to stay for day+night ? Or do you guys think apartment will be better (If yes please suggest some nice apartments on sukhumvit between soi 15-soi 4) ? thanks
  13. I've been researching quite a few hotels in the Sukhumvit/Nana area and I think I'm going to stay at Eight Ville. I realize it's a long way down Soi 8, but they have a 24 hour courier service that they operate with a tuk-tuk/golf cart that ferries it's tenants to and from Sukhumvit Road. I've read decent reviews on Trip Advisor and Agoda. I'm curious if any fellow mongers have stayed here and if so, what was your experience? Regards!
  14. This hotel is one of my favorites in the nana area. I really like the location. Just a few meters to the nana bts. Right next to soi 11. The hotel is modern and the on-line price is ok given the area. If you book on-line the price is 1162b for a std room. The breakfast is not included. If you walkin or call in the price is 1900b. I walked in and said i would pay cash if they honored the on-line price that i paid for last time1162 but the said i had to pay 1900 unless i went on line. I don't understand that reasoning especially given that last time i booked 2 days online and extended to a 3rd and they did it for 1200. IF some could explain why it is more attractive to book a room online through a third party instead of cash i would like too know. The rooms are pretty small but the beds are nice and beside the bed is a frosted glass shower so there is lots of fun to be had if you have a will partner. They don't charge for a guest but they ask to copy their id card. The restaurant is really over priced but there are lots of better food options in the area. The far side of the hotel is next to a new construction project so it can be pretty noisy at 730am on a week day. I would stay again and good place at a good price.
  15. Have house and condo for sale and rent. Cheap prices. Have land and hotel for sale. Just send me a mail if interested . [email protected]
  16. I stayed in a standard room in a hotel on my last trip....it didnt have many channels (mostly were Thai) ... but other higher rooms of same hotel mention something as "UBC Channels" availability. What are these UBC channels ?
  17. THis is the second time i have stayed at swiss park. I like the location in sukhumvit. It is easy to get to by taxi from the airport. It is close to the nana bts stop which makes using the bts easy and fast. It is only about 30m to the bts station. The hotel has a car park and a good morning buffet. The food is not special but good. the hotel is getting pretty run down and not very well maintained. The pool is cleaned on a regular basis but is in decay. The chairs are torn and need replacing. the rooms are guest friendly and large. but they are dirty and need updating. I spilled some water on the floor and the area where it was showed how dirty the floors are. They have not been washed for a long time and the walls of the room i am in are dirty with visible signs of food or other filth on them. The beds are changed every day which is about the only thing getting cleaned there.. I would still recommend the swiss park for those on a budget but for 40.00 usd or 1200bt a night i would look at narry next door with seems clean and modern and new. But given the swiss park's location, buffet, and other factors the value is still quite good if you can over look the pool and dirty rooms.
  18. My travel agent suggested "Sawasdee hotel sukhumvit soi 8". I am ok with this hotel esp after reading reviews on http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g293916-d1900729-Reviews-Sawasdee_Hotel_Sukhumvit_Soi_8-Bangkok.html My travel agent is charging $60/night for this hotel. I am not sure but I think its too much for this hotel (obviously travel agent is doing business and he will keep his profit). I want to know is it ok if i do not book this hotel through my travel agent and just go straight to hotel and book a room after my arrival in bangkok ?
  19. I booked white orchid hotel by mistake on the last trip to bangkok but it is not a bad place if you are looking for some place to stay on a budget. It is on scott street right across from annies and 7/11 on soi 4. There are a few hotels down this tiny soi and the location is great if you want to be around nep. The price is right at either 700b a night for a/c and tv or 850b a night for a/c tv and balcony and a bit bigger room. Honestly the extra 850b was not worth it i just did not want to walk up 3 floors. The room is not any bigger and the balcony means that you have 4 a/c units humming all night long. There is a steady flow of freelancers in and out of there all day and night but it felt pretty secure. I would stay again to keep things on the cheap. If you want something nicer there is diplace next door with prices from 770-1000 and up Dabed was 750 but the rooms were in rough shape another white orchid inn and che inn a modern boutique hotel for 1500.
  20. Hi i will be staying at the thebestmansion.com Ratchprarop tower, its near victory monument has a gym and swimming pool plus WiFi if you stay a minimum you get the room for 600 baht a night i called asked about girls said you can bring they just need to leave id card at reception. Think this place is a great deal.
  21. Hi all. Just wondering if anyone has stayed at a hotel called the Sivatel. It located near Ploen Chit station across the road from the British embassy and close (I think) to MBK. I have booked a 2 bedroom suite, going with a mate. The booking sya it is for a maximum of 4 people. does this mean they will be ok if we bring a couple of girls back to the room ? Also wondering how far from soi Cowboy and Nanna this hotel is. It seems Nanna is only one stop away on the sky train but I was wondering how long it would take to walk if I wanted to. Any info is appreciated. Cheers.
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