Excellent amenities and convenient proximity to shopping plaza which is literally connected. Anything you could possibly need is all under one roof.
Pool was amazing and the rooms were lovely. Room service food was also delicious
Excellent service, restaurant on premise is very good.
Good affordable option for a stopover before heading out to DMK airport. The family room was spacious, clean and comfortable.
Good stay and clean. Next time will rent again.
Small hotel, with great contemporary design. High end furniture and fittings. All is good, except breakfast has very limited selection.
Great and clean place. Good food as well. Staying for the 3rd time in my Thailand trip
This is a really nice place. Spacious apartments with very good lay-out and some of them with kitchenettes, especially good if you are staying long-term and want to not eat in restaurants all the time. But Abloom also has a nice restaurant and cafe (good coffee!) but set breakfast not great for vegetarians. ...
I stayed at four hotels during my recent overseas trip and Bangkok Patio was the second cheapest but my favourite by far. My very clean room came with a stove, microwave, free 2 minute noodles and free bottled water (unfortunately we didn’t get new bottles everyday). There was also a pickup and drop ...
The Chatuchak neighbourhood is a northern suburb of Bangkok that caters for many thousands of tourists each week, especially on the weekend. The district is most famous for its large weekend market, but there are several other landmarks that are certainly worth exploring. The neighbourhood is easy to reach, despite the heavy traffic congestion. This is thanks to both the MRT and BTS transportation systems.Don’t Miss
Chatuchak is frequently visited by locals, expats and tourists, as the area boasts a large number of interesting landmarks and attractions.
There are several parks in Chatuchak that shouldn’t be missed. The parks are located within the Chatuchak park complex, and include Queen Sirikit, Chatuchak and Wachirabencharat parks. These are great spots for an afternoon stroll, family outing or simply just to rest and relax after a day of shopping.
The market at Chatuchak is a tremendous weekend experience for tourists. It is the largest of its kind in the world, and offers an enormous range of merchandise and produce. Plants, pets, clothing, furniture, jewellery and more are all within the busy aisles of this outdoor market.
Some interesting museums and galleries are located in and around Chatuchak. One of the most impressive is the Thai Art Museum, which is on Vibhavadi Road, in the Benchachida Building. This stunning museum houses an exciting range of modern and historical art from across Thailand.Restaurants and Bars
Most visitors come to the Chatuchak district to experience its massive market, especially for its food. There are dozens of eating spots within the marketplace, offering a range of exciting Thai food, from som tam dishes to simple ba mee noodles. There are also several nightspots located around Chatuchak Park, including the famous Cha-bar Pub and GZ. These venues have enjoyed success thanks to their hip young clientele. Snooker bars are also in abundance at Chatuchak.Shopping
There are many different shopping facilities located within Chatuchak. Of course, the Chatuchak Weekend Market is the main shopping attraction in the district. However, the Ratchyothin Night Market, Or Tor Kor Market, and JJ Plaza are also worth checking out. Several department stores are also situated inside this neighbourhood, such as Central Ladprao and Union Mall.
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