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We are a family of 7 and stayed 3 nights in 2 Family Rooms at Sathorn Terrace Apartment. It is near BTS station (Saphan Taksin) and Sathorn Pier you can easily explore Bangkok. Robinsons Department and Supermarket are 3 minute walk. There are lots of...More
The only good thing about this 'reaidence apartment' is the location, next to Saphan Taksin BTS & Sathorn pier. Bangrak generally a good place to stay.
Pity, as it began well enough, but deteriorated pretty quickly after the first night. We were a party of...More
We spent our first two nights in Bangkok here. We arrived in the morning after 10 hours of flying but we're not able to check in before 2 pm, which is fair enough! The room was spacious and very clean. The wifi was ok but...More
I think, this is the best option for those travelers, who are looking for a great, central place and not expensive hotel. Very good availability of transport - BTS (Metro) - 2 mins walk, Chao Praya Ferry central - 2,5 mins walk, shops & great...More
The apartment is just a very short walk from the Taksin BTS-station. The ferry pier is behind the Taksin station. From here you can get almost everywhere by BTS, boat and metro. Lots of eateries and shops in the neigbourhood including a department store (Robson)...More
US$26 - US$33 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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