The Sathorn area close to Silom
From Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK)
- The hotel is located 35 kilometres from the main Bangkok airport. Travel by car, van or hotel limousine takes between 45 and 60 minutes, depending on traffic.
- The nearest convenience store is only 140 metres from the hotel, a 2-minute walk.
To Lumpini Park
- Paddleboat around the lake, watch locals doing Tai Chi and venture down the park's little paths. Enjoy the novel sight of sunbathing water monitor lizards, and even watch the large reptiles swallow fish whole while swimming in the lake.
From Don Mueang Airport (DMK)
- The second international airport is located 28 kilometres from the hotel. Travel by car, van or hotel limousine takes between 30 and 45 minutes, depending on traffic.
Asiatique the riverfront
- 20-30 minutes from hotel to Asiatique the riverfront
- 10 minutes by hotel Tuk Tuk
15 minutes walk from hotel
Siam Square shopping district
- 10 minutes by hotel Tuk Tuk to BTS Saladaend Station
5 minutes from Saladaend Station to Siam Square shopping district
15-20 minutes from hotel
Chatuchak weekend market
- 10 minutes by hotel Tuk Tuk to MRT Lumpini Station
20 minutes from Lumpini Station to Chatuchak weekend market
40-50 minutes from hotel to Chatuchak weekend market
To the Grand Palace
- The palace is 10 kilometres, or about 40 minutes by taxi from the hotel. Alternatively take the BTS to Saphan Taksin and hop on a river boat to the Grand Palace (50 mins)
Chinatown - Yaowarat
- Bangkok's Chinatown is a popular tourist attraction and food haven for gourmands who flock here after sunset to explore the vibrant street food culture.
- Wat Arun temple is situated on the statuesque pagoda of Wat Arun, or The Temple of Dawn, on the bank of Chao Phraya, a landmark that has always been the most remembered scene of Bangkok’s skyline
Bangkok is an amazing city, with plenty to offer 24 hours a day. Take in the rich culture of today and yesteryear, and experience everything; from exceptional street food and culture, to stylish shopping and elegant dining. After a long day of exploring the city, retreat to the relaxing atmosphere of our Bangkok urban resort.
Local currency is Thai Baht (THB)
Thais greet each other with a Wai rather than shaking hands. How to wai: Place your hands palm to palm as if praying
All rooms are equipped with at least one electrical point, with 2-prong round or flat plug.
Tipping in Thailand is not mandatory but small gratuities for great service are always appreciated. Restaurants will often include service charge on the bill.
Please visit the Thai Embassy's website at www.thaiembassy.com to check if you require a visa to travel to Thailand
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