the hotel is very close to asok/sukhumvit station.
Really convenient, easy to reach the MRT, shopping center and money exchange. good services, nice staffs.
Pros:Clean, Comfortable bed. Cons: surrounding not much amenities like street foods etc. But short drive near to shopping mall. Breakfast spread not much variety and little changes of dishes throughout the stay.
Service is very good and felt very comfotable.when stay in hotel...Staff are polite and helpful.Their .. response toward customer'request is fast ..Our family has 2 rooms and they arranged connecting room for us...This made our kids very happy and enjoyable
Hotel is clean. Breakfast is okay. But there is room for improvement, eg need to ask for shower cap, door lock was out of order.
beautiful hotel, great location, great restaurants, great bars
Clean and comfortable, staff very friendly ... reasonably for the price and location is great
Rooms well appointed. But bathroom design could be better - eg double sink, shower not so close to bathtub. No mini bar in room is a bit limiting. Also, outdoor pool bar not manned all the time and lacks atmosphere. Oasis restaurant very good, especially breakfast. Location excellent. We drove - ...
Staff was very polite..... almost too polite. Great hotel.
Bangkok’s downtown area, which is commonly referred to as Sukhumvit, is named after the main road that stretches through this district. The area is famous for its nightlife, shopping and restaurants, but also contains several interesting tourist landmarks to uncover. Traffic clogs the area almost 24 hours a day, but thanks to the Sky Train and subway train networks, access to Sukhumvit’s main sites is relatively easy.Don’t Miss
Bangkok’s Sukhumvit neighbourhood is filled with a number of fun, interesting and historic landmarks.
Several entertaining museums rest along downtown Sukhumvit. One of the most interesting sites is the Kamthieng House Museum, which is a traditional Thai teak house that was built in 1964. The National Science Centre for Education is another museum that will entertain children and adults alike.
After a long day of sightseeing and shopping, Sukhumvit’s parks provide a fantastic place to sit and relax. Benchasiri Park was created to commemorate the Queen Sirikit’s 60th birthday, and offers a small but delightful green space for visitors. The much larger Benjakiti Park welcomes thousands of locals and tourists each day. It is situated between Sukhumvit and Klong Toei.
Sukhumvit is where tourists can find a huge range of massage services. Whether tourists are looking for the more down market massage parlours, or a refined spa experience, there are plenty of options available. Getting a traditional Thai massage is highly recommended.Restaurants and Bars
Sukhumvit has an enormous range of restaurants, dining areas, and after-hours establishments. Tourists can find so many different styles of foods, including Korean, Japanese, Italian, French, and Western fast food outlets. Pub venues also offer great dining choices. Thai cuisine is found in restaurants, although the many food stalls along the main road offer a wide variety of inexpensive noodle and rice dishes, such as pad Thai, ba mee and som tam. Bars and clubs are located throughout the district. Nana and the nearby Soi Cowboy strip are the main red light districts, while places like Soi 33, Soi 11 and Thong Lo boast fantastic pubs and nightclubs for tourists.Shopping
The Nana area features a nightly market, and plenty of clothing, accessories and food stalls open along Sukhumvit Road. Sukhumvit is more famous for its shopping malls, which include the relatively new Terminal 21 Complex, and the well-known Emporium Shopping Mall.