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Arriving at the property location I was a bit unsure but once at the hotel I was very pleased, breakfast was lovely and staff was friendly. Rooms were clean and up to standard. I enjoyed my stay here!!
The Ibis Styles is a nice hotel with good, clean rooms and a very comfy bed. Could do with some drawers for t-shirts, swimwear, underwear, etc - there is only a wardrobe. The pool is fine, although a little on the small side. Staff are very friendly and helpful. This is the second time we have stayed ...
The rooms are slightly on the smaller side, just enough for 2 person with few luggages to fit in. It have a fridge, TV with over hundred of cable channels, a bathroom with a shower and a seated toilet. The room are fairly clean but not very bright during night time with the lights on. The bathroom ...
We have stayed numerous times at the Ruamchitt Plaza Hotel in its different guises over 20 years or so, this latest ''Chinese'' face lift is OK but the room felt a little sparse, only had one bedside unit and no wardrobe space, only a hanging frame. Not good enough in my opinion. However I would ...
Bangkok is one of the most visited cities in Asia. It offers many attractions from the beautiful Royal Palace to the modern Ratchaprasong shopping district. As the largest city and most important hub for Thailand, the city has a fantastic range of hotels. There are many three star hotels in Bangkok and its surrounding suburbs.
One of the best things about Bangkok’s three-star hotels is the fact they are close to one or more attractions. No matter where visitors decide to stay, a three-star hotel in Bangkok will be less than 15 minutes from one or more memorable attractions.
The central commercial district, known commonly as Ratchaprasong, has many attractions close to 3 star Bangkok hotels. Here, places like Siam Paragon, Central World, and Siam Square dominate tourism. There are many three-star hotels in this area including the Aphrodite Inn.
Not far from this busy district are the Silom, Sathorn, and Riverside areas. Silom is home to Bangkok’s best nightlife, while Sathorn and Riverside boast large hotels, condos, and financial centres. Visitors will also find a few three-star accommodations here, such as the Nantra Silom Hotel and the Amber Boutique. Some of the best three-star hotels in Bangkok are found in the Silom district.
The Sukhumvit area, which stretches from Nana through to Ekammai, is a major road with many restaurants, attractions, shopping malls, and three-star properties. Le Fenix Sukhumvit and Marvel Hotel are two very convenient accommodations that won’t cost visitors too much.
There are numerous other places that have several mid-range hotels. The area around Don Muang and Suvanabhumi Airports are dotted with three-star properties. Phahonyothin Road, which passes the famous Chatuchak district, also contains a good selection of mid-range hotels. 3 star hotels nearer to the centre of the city generally cost more.