I needed somewhere to stay in Bangkok for one night before heading out to Ko Samui the next day. I stayed at Trinity Glow because it was it was in Silom, very close to the Patpong night markets and some of my favourite bars and clubs. Glow staff were very courteous and helpful, the premier room great value, comfortable and tidy. Breakfast was a little odd, the lighting in the single restaurant dismal. All in all, a nice little place to stay for night or two.
Glow gets the modern travellers needs just right. Ease and convenience as a guiding principle. The surprise of the ordinary …More
"Great location, great staff, expensive breakfast "
Hotel is great, very comfortable and well located, however, beware of people outside offering you rides because the most of times are overpriced. Breakfast is expensive, better to take a walk and have great street food.
Traveller from Tokyo
Centrally located in historic Silom near the Sathorn business district, Novotel Bangkok Fenix sits conveniently close to the …More
We stayed at the W Bangkok for 3 nights in September - the hotel was amazing: the staff were very friendly, the rooms were clean and comfortable with new fixtures and fittings. What we liked most about the hotel was the style - this was a statement hotel, from the golden boxing glove pillows to the music playing on the courtyard, this was a city holiday hotel, not for business or relaxation, but for fun.
One point to note which may be more generally applicable to Bangkok: There were a lot of elderly western men staying with young Thai girls - this is not something I can fault the hotel for, but the looks these men gave occasionally made my wife feel uncomfortable and it meant that Ladies Night at the bar (which sounded like a great party) was effectively a no-go area... Perhaps we're a bit prude in this regard, but I'm sure we're not the only ones...
God area , but a little too far from attractions. Staff was Ok, not able to give directions or suggestions. They did their job of checking in and checking out.
Taxi service not bad in Bangkok, so we got around ok. The subway station is not too far if you want to venture out on your own.
Traveller from new york
The hotel is named for The King Narai the Great of Thailand. The name Narai in Thai is also used to refer to the Hindu deity …More
Nicely located hotel, minutes from Patpong, good restaurants and bars.
Up to expectations. Clean, roomy and nicely decorated rooms. All amenities included.
I stayed only one night but will go there again with great pleasure!
Excellent hotel, very very well decorated rooms with a spectacular quality of furnishing and cleanness. I would definitely stay here if i were to go back to BKK. The price is also very reasonable. Fantastic experience overall
The staff are very welcoming and always prepared to assist in any possible manner. The rooms are the right size for a standard room in high quality hotel. The gym is well equipped and the roof top pool is awesome.
Hugging the Chao Phraya River, Silom, and Sathorn are home to the full gamut of industries. Considered part of the central business district, the area is also home to the city’s most renowned entertainment and red light area, Patpong. Other distractions include the shopping complexes of Robinson, Central, Silom, and Makro. Expect constant traffic congestion.