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We arrived during the night by plane, but there was still a crew member waiting for us for the pick up service. After the bus arrived at the hotel we had some guys who carried our heavy luggage to our room. The room was nice,...More
They meet you at the airport, but the rooms aren't nice. Marked walls, no shower drain (water flows across bathroom), no kettle, hard bed.
Pool area is ok. Air con was cool enough.
But it was $25 so why am I complaining... Fine if you...More
I went there with my gf for one night. They picked up me from the air port, but said no to pick up my gf who arrived late.
They said there is 24 hour room service, but when i ordered breakfast to my room, they...More
The good: it's close to BKK and it was about $30us for the night.
The bad: it's not as new as the website makes it look. The "free transfer" from the airport did work, however we waited over half an hour to save what would...More
The airport shuttle is quick and the hotel is only a five minute ride away. The hotel has a nice little pool and the night market is literally a five minute walk away and it is worth going to. If you want to use it...More
This is too late for the OP, but hope it helps future travelers. Have a look at the hotel's official website (tripadvisor does not allow posting links here, so you'll have to look it up). On the left side under "reservation... More
This is too late for the OP, but hope it helps future travelers. Have a look at the hotel's official website (tripadvisor does not allow posting links here, so you'll have to look it up). On the left side under "reservation" click your checkin/checkout dates. Then look at what is available. There are generally prices for 1) "room only," and 2) "buffet breakfast & airport shuttle inc." Option 2 is normally only about B200 more than room only. So that's about B100 for shuttle service and B100 for the buffet breakfast. Not bad. And that's the option I usually choose (if you don't book the buffet breakfast--which is admittedly not super special, but worth B100 in my opinion--the breakfast is B150 per person if you just go down in the morning and pay for it on the spot.
Sometimes there's an option for room & airport shuttle, which is about B100 more than room only. If that option is not available on the website and you want shuttle service—but not breakfast in the morning—choose the room only option. The shuttle will pick you up at the airport no questions asked. Then when you arrive at the hotel, the staff will tell you that you booked room only and charge you B100 for the shuttle service (I assume that's B100 per group, but I'm not 100% sure since I've only traveled there alone. You could call the hotel to request clarification, but I can’t imagine they’d charge B100/person for the shuttle service.)
Actually, if you exit the hotel and turn left, it's less than 5 minutes’ walk along a big road—that is safe at night—to a number of small, local, Thai style restaurants. A lot of them are open late and all of them serve... More
Actually, if you exit the hotel and turn left, it's less than 5 minutes’ walk along a big road—that is safe at night—to a number of small, local, Thai style restaurants. A lot of them are open late and all of them serve beer. They are not really "bars," but (especially if you order some food) you can sit there and drink beer to your heart's content—or until they close. One caveat, it's good to have a general idea of how much Thai food costs at this type of restaurant since at one place I went, there were no prices on the menu. I asked how much tom yam gung (thai spicy seafood soup) was and the guy said B150. I said hey, that's usually less than B100 at other places and he smiled sheepishly and said, "ok 100." (For comparison it's B150 at the Great Residence restaurant, but that's ok because it's a hotel restaurant.)