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Hotel Details Local Guide

Location

  • This hotel is in the city centre
  • Closest City: Bangkok
  • Distance from the Hotel: 0 KILOMETERS

Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)

Don Mueang International Airport (DMK)

Nearest Train Station

BTS Thonglor

Attractions

Emporium

Emquartier

Benjasiri Park

Japan Town

Seenspace Mall

K-Villlage

72 Courtyard

Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital

Bumrungrad Hospital

Terminal 21

Donki Mall Thonglor

What's New

Donki Mall Thonglor - Japanese's biggest discount store chain opened its shopping complex in Bangkok's Thonglor neighborhood, offering everything from fresh sashimi to personal care items imported from Japan. Easily access with only 10 minutes walk from our hotel.

Tips

The best way to get around in Bangkok is commuting via BTS Skytrain and MRT Subway rail systems which connect all major shopping destinations, entertainment attractions and business areas in the city. Get yourself a one day pass for unlimited travel within the duration of a single day or a one-week pass at a fraction of your travel cost.

Don't Go Home Without

Your vacation to Bangkok will not be complete without a traditional Thai massage. They are so reasonably priced you can afford to do it every day while staying in Bangkok. Thai Massage and spas can be seen in all shopping centers and along the streets. There are various types of massage that you can opt for and these include foot massage, neck and shoulder massage and full body Thai massage.

Must See

Visiting Bangkok floating markets is one of the must-see in your travel plan as this is a popular tourist attraction that draws thousands of visitors each year. The most well-known Bangkok floating market is Damnoen Saduak which is not too far away from Bangkok. This weekend floating market operates from Friday until Sunday.

Must Do

Shop at Chatuchak Weekend Market, a very popular shopping bazaar that welcomes over 200,000 visitors each day. You can get almost everything in this market at a bargaining local price for items like antique wood carving, clay handicrafts, local souvenirs from every part of Thailand. The easiest way to reach Chatuchak Market is to commute via BTS skytrain to Mo Chit BTS station.