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Reviewed March 2, 2007

Loved the hotel in general, rooms were nice, service
up to Bangkok par.

But I have a problem with their pricing approach.
They quote rates on their website in US Dollars. But
then they convert their prices to Baht and bill you in
Baht, converted at a inflated rate (their website says
they use a 39+ Baht/Dollar conversion rate, and the
real market rate is 33Baht/Dollar). So if you expected
to pay $200, or 6600 Bht, they convert the $200 debt to
7800 Bht, charge you that amount, and then you get
charged $240 on your credit card.

So if their quoted website rate is correct, they basically
charge a hidden 20% premium above their quoted Dollar
rates; if they quote $200/night, you will end up paying
$240/night when you get the bill, which can be an
unpleasant surprise. And you won't figure this out until
check out, or even later.

If someone quotes a rate of $200 on their website, then
that's what you ought to pay, in my humble opinion. Or
they ought to quote prices in Baht.

  • Stayed: January 2007, travelled on business
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15  Thank trvlin_man
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Reviewed February 14, 2007

I've just come back from a 10 days holiday in Bangkok and I'll stay at different hotel each time I went to Bangkok. This time, I've decided to stay at Landmark for 3 nights.
I arrived there at about 12:30 noon and was promised for an early check-in. The process of checking in was very smooth except that the staff that attending to us was not smiling at all. All the requests were attended to brilliantly. My room was at level 18 (non-smoking floor) and offers good view of the Siam / Pratunam area if I'm not mistaken. So, I practically can plan my trip whether by BTS or taxi, depending on the road situation.
The room (superior) room was a bit smaller and for us with 2 big luggage was quite cramp. However, loved the pillows (eventhough Marriot's pilliow and Movenpick's pillows are much more better).
The housekeeping was good and even on the last day, they knocked our door and asked if we need more toiletries. The minibar was well stock-up.
The buffet breakfast at the Atrium was fabulous, except that I think they should also put the local food. Nevertheless, the spread is fantastic. But, for Muslim, its very limited. The pastries and bread were mmmmm....plenty of choices. The staff at the juice counter even offer me to take the fruits to eat fresh!.
The Thai Restaurant on the third floor was superb. The ambience, the food was excellent. While you dine, there is the live music performance by three sweet young lady using the traditional music instruments. The price was unbelieveably cheap. Should try it!.
The surrounding area was good, with the night market alongside the walkway in front of the hotel (across the road) and plenty of halal food restaurant too.
Overall, the staff is good and very attentive.

  • Stayed: February 2007, travelled on business
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3  Thank akublues
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Reviewed February 11, 2007

This is a great hotel - you can feel really papmpered here and are treated like royalty as soon as you enter the lobby.
It's in a good location just by the nana skytrain station.
Would recommend this hotel to anyone.

  • Stayed: February 2007, travelled on business
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2  Thank UKDunc
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Reviewed February 5, 2007

We arrived at The Landmark as our first stop in Thailand and spent 3 nights there. Our rep checked us in whilst we had a cold beer in the bar; perfect. We asked our rep about upgrading and he advised us to wait until we arrived to see which floor our room was on. We were on the 19th floor and decided to stick with it. The room was great, massive bed, all the usual facilities with a very powerful shower in a seperate cubicle, together with a decent sized bathroom. The views looked over the city. We ere very comfortable and it was not noisy. We used the swimming pool every morning before breakfast and in the evening (open 7-7) it was very well maintained and had a seperate sun terrace, although it took us at least 6 lengths to warm up as water was very cold. Breakfast in the 'Atrium' was fantastic, every choice imaginable (scrambled eggs the best!) from european, to asian to English. It also had it's own juice bar.

The staff were very effecient and attentive. We vsited the 'Pub' in the basement which was lively and had live music. We a very late lunch in the cafe/bar at street level and the food was very good, we also ate in the Japanese resturant and if honest was disappointed. The chocie of food, presentation and taste could not be faulted, but as it was 9.30 when we arrived and it closed at 10.30 we really felt rushed and there was no atmosphere as there was only one other couple in.

The location was great the sky train was almost opposite being station Nana which was very convenient. We found out later that if using the sky training a lot then you can buy day tickets.

We also ate at a resturant at Sukhumvit 13 called Cabbages and Condoms (out of hotel turn right and follow road it is a little way up sukhumvit 13). It was the best meal we had, you can eat inside (aircon) or in a pretty court yard with fairy lights. The bill comes complete with 2 condoms!!

Bangkok was amazing and exciting but very polluted especially in a tuk tuk. In case you are interested......worth getting skytrain to patpong night market and tuk tuk back expect to pay 100-150bht. Beware of tuk tuk and taxi drivers telling you Wat Po or Grand Palace is closed and they try to take you to another via there sponsor (gems/tailor), they are open every day and are not closed. Wat Po (Reclining Budha) was amazing we also had a massage there in the school of massage (480 bht herb massage).

Good choice of hotel and good start to our travels.

  • Stayed: January 2007, travelled as a couple
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11  Thank FranStaffordshire
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Reviewed February 1, 2007

We have stayed at the Landmark twice now and this time were upgraded to a club floor which includes breakfast on the 31st floor and a free cocktail hour. Rooms were very nice, service excellent, and best of all it is in the same location as our tailor, Nickermann's,which is in the basement shopping area. Landmark is also conveniently located to the Sukhimvit shopping and night fair across the street. There is free entrance to an awesome fitness center as well.

  • Stayed: February 2007, travelled with family
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4  Thank nred
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