The " Just Relax " spa is why i booked this hotel , that joint is outstanding
The other reason why i booked this hotel is because it's location is close to the Metro train sys , good for getting around without using taxis
it really depends on what you want. the neighborhood is a wreck but most of bangkok is. is pretty far from Bts station. the staff is very acomidating if alittle slow but then again thats the way most of thailand is. all and all you get what you pay for. would also like to add they let us hang around at the pool after check out till our flight left. which was pretty cool.
Nantra is clean, basic comfortable. Best of all, it is so centrally located in Silom, but quiet as it is located at the end of a quiet soi. Gay friendly and located near the gay soi. Breakfast is rather basic. I lost my key card while in the hotel mysteriously as I could only have left it in the room or at the breakfast table, but it was bever found and I had to pay 1000B which goes into a record book without official receipt. Mmmm...
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.
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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
Love the hip design of the hotel, the room was very nice, we got a night view of the city. We also bought the breakfast package with our stay and it was amazing. Breakfast buffet selection was beyond satisfaction. Loved the juice fridge and bakery section.
Hotel staff were also extremely helpful.
We have enjoyed our stay very much!
Stayed here twice in November. The Hotel was very trendy and the lobby looked like a stylish hipster bar which was a pleasent addition to our tour of south east asia. The stay were, however, a little more interesting in posing behind the bar than attending to customers. However, all-in-all I would recommend the hotel- the room had a lovely view and lots of space and again was very stylishly decorated with a great view of downtown Bangkok through the floor the ceiling window. The location was good for touristy night markets and "street" food although, I suspect, not particualry authentic "street" food. It was also a short walk away from the tube station but as the tube didnt really go near the tourist sites we never used it.
To summarize: good hotel, nicely decorated, great location, staff ok
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.