I understand this used to be a Sofitel Hotel before been bought by the Pullman group... therefore, you have the upper floors in Sofitel colour tones and the lower floors under the Pullman white tones... very stylish... except everything in the rooms are a bit dated, the wooden chairs for example and the bathroom... (the chair fell apart after 2 days of me sitting on it)... apart from that, the facilities such fitness room, pool are quite enjoyable and the morning breakfast better than average with a large variety of choices from Asian dim sum to the fresh smoked salmon... a good and convenient hotel...
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
I really enjoyed staying at this hostel. The rooms were cleaned daily, the bathrooms were spotless, the common area had heaps of chairs and a cute courtyard out the back which was like a little peaceful haven after a big day in the city.
I was recovering from food poisoning on arrival but the guy and girl on the front desk were so lovely and even helped me get a taxi (they waited in the street to wave one down) on my departure because I was still quite weak. A+ to this place. There should be more like it!
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!
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.