Opinión escrita el 11 de Febrero de 2020
Very open and spacious room. with many amenities. You could feel a home. The down side was the king bed Pretty much it was two double beds put together. Just there was a big crack in the meddle. Air conditioning extremely loud. Other than the rest was okay
Dec family trip 2019
Opinión escrita el 12 de Enero de 2020
Nice and clean serviced apartments, with 2 big shopping malls which took us 2 days to complete.
Near to the night train market, just that it abit outskirt with no BTS or metro nearby.Overall value for $
Opinión escrita el 7 de Abril de 2019
酒店雖然不在BTS或MRT沿線上，但附近非常熱鬧，有百貨和tesco，百貨後面還有一個非常大的train night market srinakarin，機能很好，都在步行可到的地方，酒店房間很大，也是king size的床，設備齊全，標準的service apartment，入住第一天保險箱有問題通知前檯也很有效率的解決了，唯一美中不足的是房內的洗衣機沒有烘衣服的功能，住過其它間service apartment都是洗脫烘三機一體的，酒店附近的交通很塞，又沒有空鐵和地鐵，在出去的交通時間要抓寬鬆一點。
Great for long term stay but not if you’re a sun worshipper
Opinión escrita el 4 de Decembre de 2018
This hotel is no longer an affiliated hotel with the particular Thai surgeon.
Construction around the perimeter is finished yet the 8th floor windows are filthy with cement splatter on them
Cleaning sometimes is the bare minimum, I used wet wipes on part of the sticky kitchen floor (a mop doesn’t seem to be a regular part of the cleaning), they didn’t always remember to replace teas, coffees and water and had to be asked.
Walk in shower often flooded, sometimes to the front of the sink and would take hours to drain away.
No place to sit and enjoy the sunshine unless it gets to your balcony and that’s where one of the air conditioning units are.
Missed opportunity for sun loungers or tables and chairs on the roof (where the restaurant used to be) with a vending machine for refreshments, the view (not from a seating position) is spectacular (lift to level 22 and walk up) although I realise most visitors aren’t there to sit about.
Great to have a washing machine, hang clothes on hangers and hang in either wardrobe, bathroom or for speed drying on rail on balcony, after cleaning glass, somebody told me machine drier works but takes hours. I visited 3 other apartments while there, they were lovely and that highlighted how neglected and tired our apartment was but at least we didn’t have a warning on our coffee table warning us if we broke it, we would be charged 7,500 baht.
WiFi usually struggled after 9 p.m.
Being close to Seacon Square (one of the largest in Asia), Paradise Park and the Rot Fai market which comes alive after about 7 p.m. are good, especially if you are there for any length of time but if you are after tourist souvenirs you will not get them here apart from the elephant print trousers, if you’re into classic motorbikes and cars, there are loads in front of the American style diner within the market.
If your adventurous there is street food at the Rot Fai market and a large street food area in the basement of The Paradise mall, if you want to order food in, check out Food Panda for deliveries.
It was about 60 baht in a taxi to the BTS at Udom Suk and up to 59 baht to wherever you needed to go on the BTS line, which will be anything touristy, although there is one temple close by, you could see it if you had room at the rear of the hotel.
Supermarkets in Seacon Square are Tesco Lotus and one in the basement at the opposite end, there is a supermarket in the basement of Paradise Park at the end nearest to the hotel, this one is a World Village where you might find something that you can’t live without from home. There’s 7-eleven five minutes walk either direction from the hotel, there was one at the garage next door to the hotel but they ripped it apart while we were there.
The King Rama IX Park is nearby and is lovely for a walk but not if it’s too hot a day, they even have duck and swan pedalos, if your feeling energetic or there’s an outdoor gym.
Every car owner in Bangkok seems to hit the roads on a weekend (we suspected pollution for the overcast feeling on a weekend) and Srinakarin Road seems to be busy for 20 hours of the day from about 5 a.m., ask for a higher floor (we were on the 8th) to get away from the traffic noise.
Breakfast was adequate but as I was there for a month it became very repetitive.
Power cuts, during the first night and on two other nights, makes the the door bell ring and some lights come on and you can’t turn them off.
Broke a glass and was told they would need to charge me, fair enough, “100........150 baht” she seemed to have a problem remembering how much to rip me off, £3.75 for a glass, I think I’m paying for the taxi journeys to replace the thing. I must’ve not been trusted because it was never replaced while I was there, we had to start reusing our takeaway cups.
The staff are lovely, especially one of the receptionists, she was so friendly and would greet you with a lovely wave and a smile (I’m so sorry I didn’t get her name), I got the feeling some staff didn’t speak English or very little but definitely not a problem.
Naive mistake, as the breakfast staff had been so nice to me for the month I was there, on my last morning I tipped a 1000 baht and said it was to share and was disappointed that the member of staff I gave it to put it in his pocket, I later used Google translate to reiterate that it was for sharing as he wasn’t the only member of staff that served me, he said ok, not sure if that had any effect
Best value for money
Opinión escrita el 17 de Octubre de 2018
This is my 3rd visit and I am still happy with it. Having business around the area and I don't want to travel much in the hectic Bangkok traffic, therefore, I choose the place. The location is not so far from Suvarnabhumi airport but not really near any of the train stations. You might take the airport link but would still need to continue with a cab since it is too far to walk. I took a cab from the airport and go straight to the hotel.
It is an apartment style, therefore by far better than the normal hotel room if you need a lot of space. It has all the facilities a good 5-star hotel would have. Even better that you don't bump into so many people like other big hotels.
I booked a two bedroom suite. It has a separate bath and shower with a giant living room that equipped with a kitchenette, a family-size refrigerator, washing machines etc. The price is very reasonable if you compare the space and facility you get with other hotels.
I don't find any issue with cleanliness. The only thing that bothers me is that it is getting run down and the age starts to show. Staff is nice and kind. The check-in and check-out are very smooth and never appear too busy.
Breakfast is very nice too though so many choices like a typical 5-star breakfast but surely good enough to start up your day.
The nearby attractions are the Paradise park community mall and the Rodfai market. You will enjoy shopping there.