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5 star at its best. This is one of the nicest hotels I have ever stayed in. The staff was helpful. The breakfast was excellent with lots of choices.
The pool was great and easily accessible.
My sister and I had the hotel call a...More
We stayed in the Century Park Hotel in May this year as part of our honeymoon. On arrival we were greeted by the reception staff whom were very nice, we were upgraded to a deluxe room. The portering staff I have to say were excellent...More
Stayed in the Century for 3 nights, as others have said good location, right in the middle of town, can walk to large shopping area, and monorail train, which takes you all around, air conditioned trains, very useful. Hotel a little tired, breakfast fine, for...More
Stayed here for 3 nights in May 2015. Good location just outside the city, but a short walk from the BTS Train service with frequent trains which were cheap and easy to use. The hotel itself was great. Our room was on 16th floor and...More
Stopped off for a week after travelling Australia for a year,
What luxury after being in and out of hostels!
The room and bathroom were amazing.
Staff were extremely helpful and welcoming.
Pool side meals were pricy!
And the pool itself was freezing.
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I stayed in this hotel and although the service, rooms, cleanliness and staff are okay, I wouldn't recommend this hotel if you're in Bangkok for sightseeing mainly in the old city centre or Chinatown. The price you'll pay... More
I stayed in this hotel and although the service, rooms, cleanliness and staff are okay, I wouldn't recommend this hotel if you're in Bangkok for sightseeing mainly in the old city centre or Chinatown. The price you'll pay less for the location of this hotel (which is several miles from the main attractions), you will instead spend on taxi's and public transport. Be aware of tuuk tuuk scams because they are known to work for vendors, they'll overcharge and stop unannounced on shops along the way. If I would visit Bangkok again I'd choose a pricier hotel near the city centre to avoid traffic jams and getting lost on public transport.
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"One of the higher floors superior rooms is a good option."