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LiT BANGKOK Hotel offers an enviable location that combines authentic Thai charm, premium service and the convenience of central city living. It's a mere five minutes walk to Bangkok's major malls such as MBK, Siam Paragon, Siam Discovery, for shopping, dining, and entertainment - as well as outstanding city attractions and landmarks including Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre, Jim Thompson's House and The National Stadium skytrain station.All 79 rooms are designed to furnish guests with a superior stay via surprising architectural features and a plethora of thoughtful design details. All rooms feature flat screen TVs, DVD player, mini-bar, and ambiance lighting.The hotel also offers guests a superb spa, fitness-centre, pool, restaurant, room service and the hotel's unique 'Fiesta Steppe' chill-out zone, a great space to drink in the local atmosphere with a glass of your favorite tipple.
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Free Parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Banquet Room
Breakfast Available
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Dry Cleaning
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Meeting Rooms
Multilingual Staff
Non-Smoking Hotel
Outdoor pool
Public Wifi
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We've been in this hotel 3yy ago and we rated it 5 stars. Was an obvious choice to come back there having to spend a night in Bangkok. Unfortunately the service is much worse now. Staff (reception mainly) is quite unfriendly, checkin procedure is longer than before, they charge
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Our family group of 6 adults needed somewhere reasonably-priced to stay in Bangkok en route to other destinations. Hotel was ok and rooms were clean but layout was really strange in all 3 rooms and others (we enquired and were told "it's a designer hotel") . Pool was cramped and
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The Lit hotel was our first hotel on our Thailand tour and what a nice one. Very good location, next to Siam square with lots of shops and restaurants. We stayed with 2 adults and 3 children in a suite room with plenty of space. The hotel has 2 swimming pools. Staff is very
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When there is hardly any space to place your tootbrush around the sink because of the design of the bathroom, there must have been something wrong with the design in general. The triangle shaped shower area made me feel claustrofobic. Due to the large open space above and
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On the surface it’s a lovely modern hotel, Howe the room, whilst bright and shiny was one of the worst we have ether stayed in. We are a couple so facilities to suit would be good. So there was only one small hanging closet with two hangers. No drawers or other space. One chair
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I'm afraid I can't remember, but to be honest you are never far from a massage parlour anywhere in Bangkok (or the whole of Thailand for that matter). Sorry I can't be more specific.
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Most of the food halls do not open until 10am as they shut at 10pm. There is Maccas which is located at MBK. Can I make another suggestion there is a 711 at tge end of the road. I have gone and bought cereal, milk and yoghurt and took plastic bowls with us and did it this way as I know flights or tours can sometimes be very early. You will enjoy the LIT I am going bacak for my fourth visit in a few months.
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There is a glass door separating the bathroom. But the room we stayed in the toilet is right behind the glass door and there is no separation from the shower area to the bathroom. The ventilation of the hotel was quite well, so we didn't have any issue with the bathroom.
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Yes yes and yes. We really liked this hotel. We had a triple suite, with a giant double bed and another single bed. The suite was superb and we found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. It is very close indeed to some of the major shopping malls like MBK and Siam Paragon etc. Lots of restaurants nearby, including small one a few dozen yards along the street where we had an excellent meal one night. You are also right near the skytrain stations for Siam or National Stadium. I don't think you can go wrong with the Lit for a couple of nights.
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Hey I think the pool and gym opens up from 6am...I've not used the gym but been to the poolside for a coffee at around 615am...
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"Pay extra and stay in a suite"
"Higher would offer best rooms of the city."
"Get the radiance room, its very comfortable."
"Best room is the one in the hotel next door."
"Views and direction of the sun vary among the rooms. Best to contact the hotel directly with your preferences."
US$85 - US$209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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