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On my first trip to Bangkok there is nowhere else I would have rather stayed than this awesome hotel. I chose room #211, Grey Day, and found it to be spacious, clean, and very comfortable. I loved the little touches in my room like the...More
This place is really cool. We stayed in the rainbow room. I'm not sure what number it was but it was great. I really enjoyed being in such a creative space. The room was huge! And there was a little balcony. It's not in the...More
We stayed at the old reflection rooms a few years ago and the new is almost as good. It’s a lot bigger and they’re still finishing the other rooms. The rooms don’t seem as fun in the new place but it’s very different to all...More
We loved Reflections! Each room was created by a different local artist and the hotel's "art director" Marcel did a great job. It was certainly part of the cool crowd in '05 when we went. When we arrived, we had to walk around a listless-looking...More
Just a correction to your listing that states the location and that the hotel is closed for renovation: the hotel was completely demolished in July (not sure how the reviewer of 27 September stayed there then!) and there is now a condo development on the...More
US$54 - US$101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Home to at least a dozen hip coffee shops, sophisticated boutiques and some seriously fine restaurants, Ari is the newest epicentre of Bangkok cool. Fleeing from the skyrocketing rents in Thonglor and Ekamai, many young urbanites made Ari their new home. This mostly residential neighbourhood outside the city centre isn't much of a trendy area on first sight, but if you scratch the surface of government
buildings and noodle shops, you'll find out that there's loads of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Bring a local friend or do your research on beforehand to avoid missing out on all the fun.