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The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Bangkok
4.6/5132 Reviews
Wireless/Chidlom
This is truly what luxury is - for someone who stayed in many hotels across Bangkok for example JW Marriot, Waldorf Astoria, St Regis and even Siam kempinski I tell you this is hands down top notch - true Thai hospitality and they are very accommodating. I was blown away by the service - I stayed in the Athenee Suite - and you get exclusive VIP treatment and check in on the 26th Floor - those who want comfort and real Thai grace and service this hotel is for you
Somerset Rama 9 Bangkok
4.4/51127 Reviews
Rachadapisek
I love this beautiful Hotel - its very close to Jodd Fairs night market, my room on the 19th floor had a beautiful view of the city, we have 7-Eleven right next to the hotel, very connenient…. The only thing about this place is the breakfast buffet, not so many choices of foods, the staff was very nice n friendly… definitely will come back n stay longer at this beautiful Hotel… 🥰🥰🥰……………
Park Hyatt Bangkok
4.5/5171 Reviews
Wireless/Chidlom
Staying in Park Hyatt for more than 5 times. The environment and services are as good as always. Everything is superb. Love the bathroom in particular which is spacious, with simple and clean design. Will definitely stay in the same hotel in my future visits.
Amara Bangkok Hotel
4.3/5401 Reviews
Silom/Sathorn
The hotel staff is wellcoming and helpful .The hotel is located close to the night market and many massage parlors. There is also 7-11 next to hotel. We have booked room Club-10,This room offers many complimentary services including free laundry, free minibar and access to the club lounge, The room is very spacious ,the bed is huge and comfortable ,the bathtub is right next to the window with a spectacular view. The housekeeping is great, ready to help with anything. We were disappointed with the fridge as it was not cold enough, our ice cream melted over night. The breakfast offers a variety of dishes, but the egg station gets quite busy, they also make fresh juice with a fruit of your choice. The swimming pool is on the roof with an amazing view. It’s not big but doesn’t get crowded. The only disappointing thing is that it’s quite cold especially early morning and at night. I would definitely come back to this hotel again with my boyfriend .😎
Hotel JAL City Bangkok
4.3/5112 Reviews
Sukhumvit
The cleanliness of the hotel was commendable, with well-maintained rooms and common areas ensuring a comfortable stay. However, the service fell short of expectations. Despite the staff's presence, their demeanor didn't reflect enthusiasm or hospitality, leaving me somewhat disappointed. One area that particularly left me wanting was the breakfast spread. The options were limited, lacking variety and creativity. This aspect of the stay detracted from the overall experience, as breakfast is often considered a highlight of hotel stays. On a positive note, the location of the hotel was satisfactory, offering convenience for exploring the surrounding area. In summary, while Hotel jal impresses with its cleanliness and acceptable location, the lackluster service and uninspiring breakfast options detract from the overall experience. With some improvements in these areas, the hotel could enhance its appeal to guests seeking a more fulfilling stay.
Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers
4.3/5314 Reviews
Riverside
The location of the hotel is very good, next to the river. Access by hotel shuttle boat. Opposite Icon Siam. Comfortable rooms come with views of the Chao Phraya River. I gave full marks to everything except the service of the staff. The staff are arrogant and have very high egos. Not recommended. There are many other hotels along the river where the staff provide better service.

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Tips for Selecting a 5 Star Hotel in Bangkok

Bangkok, the vibrant capital city of Thailand, is a fascinating blend of traditional culture and modernity. Known as 'The City of Angels', it's a treasure trove of discoveries waiting to be explored.

Interesting Facts about Bangkok

Bangkok holds the Guinness World record for having the longest city name in the world - Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukamprasit.

Don't be surprised if you see more gold in Bangkok than anywhere else. It's home to the world's largest solid gold Buddha statue, weighing a whopping 5.5 tons.

Top Attractions in Bangkok

From the splendid Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew, where you can marvel at the Emerald Buddha, to the bustling Chatuchak Weekend Market with over 8,000 stalls, there's a myriad of attractions. Don't miss the Wat Arun, also known as the Temple of Dawn, and the vibrant nightlife of Khao San Road.

Weather and What to Wear

Bangkok experiences a tropical monsoon climate, meaning it's generally hot and humid throughout the year. However, November to February is considered the most comfortable period to visit. Comfortable, breathable clothing is a must, considering the city's heat. Do remember to carry appropriate attire for visit to temples - shoulders and knees must be covered. The average temperature in Bangkok ranges between 25°C to 35°C, making it a perfect destination for those who love warm weather.

Choosing a Hotel in Bangkok

When it comes to choosing a hotel, consider your preferences and needs.

If you're a culture enthusiast wanting to stay close to key attractions, hotels like The Raweekanlaya Hotel and Arun Residence are excellent options.For foodies, a hotel in Chinatown like Shanghai Mansion will give you easy access to a plethora of street food stalls and seafood restaurants.

If you rely on public transport, consider staying near the MRTs. Hotels like Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao or Asoke Residence Sukhumvit are conveniently located.

For luxury seekers, the Mandarin Oriental or The Siam offer opulent experiences. On the other hand, if you're on a budget, consider hostels like The Yard Hostel or Lub d Bangkok Silom.

Business travelers may prefer staying in the business district. Hotels like the Banyan Tree Bangkok or the Sukhothai Bangkok are recommended.

If you need to stay close to the airport, Novotel Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport or Amaranth Suvarnabhumi Airport are great options.

And for those seeking Instagrammable spots, look no further than the quirky Bangkok Tree House or the stylish SO/ Bangkok.

Remember, the best hotel for you depends on what you want out of your Bangkok experience. Plan wisely to make the most of your time in this magnificent city.

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