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  • Where to Stay in Don Muang

    Editor's Guide to Hotel Locations in Don Muang

    Many hotels in Don Muang district have been designed with the needs and ease of business travellers in mind. Although Don Muang Airport is no longer the international air hub, it serves as a gateway to Bangkok’s outskirts and other provincial towns served by two domestic airlines, Nok Air and Orient Thai. Apart from a handful of golf courses and conference facilities, Don Muang is a low-key neighbourhood with not much to offer in terms of shopping or nightlife. To make up for this, many hotels take advantage of the area's abundant space with large landscaped grounds as well as extensive recreational and dining options.

  • Novotel Bangkok IMPACT is a contemporary four star hotel with a chic, silver exterior and well appointed rooms that are well appointed for business or leisure guests.The location of this 380 room hotel is ideally located for those who require quick and convenient access to the nearby convention centre.IMPACT Arena is the largest convention centre in Bangkok and regularly holds international music acts, trade shows and sporting events.Regular events include the Thailand Car Show, Thailand Open Tennis Show and a large travel fair twice a year.Don Muang Domestic Airport is around ten minutes drive away. Read More...

    Amari Don Muang Airport Bangkok is so close to the airport that you only have to walk three minutes on the skywalk that is directly connected to Don Muang to get there, which guarantees you will not miss your early morning flight, and is great for a stopover as well.Not only is the airport a stones throw away, there is also a direct shuttle bus that runs to and from Suvarnabhumi and a train station that connects to the line running north to Ayutthaya and Chiang Mai.If you want to get into central Bangkok then a taxi is recommended, it should take around 30 minutes depending on traffic.Facilities at this airport hotel include a business centre and meeting rooms, large outdoor pool with plenty of sun loungers, a full-equipped gym and a small spa that offers traditional Thai massage. Read More...

    Miracle Grand Convention Hotel is a glistening four star property just ten minutes drive from Don Muang Domestic Airport in the north of Bangkok.The hotel offers a free pick up and drop off shuttle to the airport which makes transfers swift and hassle free.This location is also convenient for Impact Arena Convention Centre which hosts many sporting, cultural and economic functions throughout the year, including the Thailand Open Indoor Tennis Tournament and the Bangkok International Car Show.For transport into the centre of city, both the BTS Skytrain at Mo Chit and the MRT Underground at Chatuchak Park are just a few minutes away. Read More...

    Centra Government Complex Hotel & Convention Centre at Chaeng Watthana was designed with those who have business within this large complex of governmental offices.Location wise it is a ten minute drive to Laksi train station, 15 minutes in a taxi to both Don Muang Airport and Impact Arena and convention centre and 20 minutes from Mo Chit Bus Terminal.This hotel is not recommended for those looking to be near the usual tourist hot spots, as it would not be practical to travel to central Bangkok every day - around an hour or so.As well as the government offices there is also Kantarat Golf Course nearby and a decent selection of international and Thai restaurants nearby. Read More...

    The legendary service of The Mandarin Oriental Bangkok dates back 125 years when it was first opened as a seamans lodge along the Chao Phraya River.It typifies a golden age of travel and attends the needs of guests at the highest levels.The recently retired legendary General Manager of the hotel, Kurt Wachtveitl, has spent 41 years ensuring that the Oriental has no rival for excellence of comfort, dignity and style. Read More...

    Guests to the 37 storey Peninsula Hotel will be impressed by the palatial colonial charm but its the faultless service and attention to detail that really awes and sets the benchmark for premium luxury hotels to strive towards.Shoes are polished at the touch of a button; your preferred newspaper is noted and delivered each morning, and your favourite breakfast spot is remembered for the duration of your stay.Every request is fulfilled and nothing needs to be asked for twice.This is the superior treatment guests can expect at The Peninsula.The breakfast buffet in The River Cafe - with a beautiful setting beside the Chao Phraya on one side and lawn on the other - offers a suitably impressive start to the day, while five further restaurants on site each provide something different. Read More...

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    Ariyasomvilla

    Bangkok
    Superb
    4.8/5

    Ariyasom Villa and Spa is a stunning 1940s house located at the start of Sukhumvit Road that offers guest the best of old and new.Behind a high wall and tall gates lies this beautiful home away from home, where you are welcomed by a friendly team who speak English and know the city like the back of their hands.To your left is one of the most popular vegetarian organic restaurants in Bangkok: Na Aroon, which serves Thai food, fish dishes and classic European desserts.Head up the wooden staircase to one of the 24 rooms, each decorated in a colonial Thai style.The warmly painted rooms have high ceilings and full length windows that look out onto the mature gardens and blue tiled swimming pool. Read More...

    Just when you think there is nothing more to delight you, the Siam Kempinski pulls another trick out of the bag, raising the bar for five star hotels in Bangkok.Everything is designed to wow here: throughout the corridors and communal spaces you will find beautiful artwork and antiques, displayed without the feel of a stuffy museum.In the middle of the central courtyard is the Rotunda: a casual restaurant surrounded by tropical trees, greenery and the hotels three pools.Relaxing here you might even forget that you are in Bangkok.If this isnt enough to calm you, you can head to the 7th floor where you will find Kempinskis spa, with pampering treatments themed around the four seasons. Read More...

    Located on a leafy street close to the American Embassy, Oriental Residence is the perfect place to stay if you want a peaceful and refined vacation close to both the shopping haven of Siam and Silom business district.The lobby is bright and filled with the scent of fresh flowers; the pool area is a chic and welcoming space, with a friendly Deck Bar and romantic cabanas, and the fitness centre, although small, is excellently equipped with TechnoGym machines and weights.The two restaurants at Oriental Residence are reason alone to visit, and actually draw food connoisseurs from all over the city to sample the Parisian atmosphere, sizeable TWG tea menu and delectable International cuisine at Cafe Claire, and the cutting-edge Chinese menu at Mandopop. Read More...

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    The Siam

    Bangkok
    Superb
    4.7/5

    The Siam is a five-star hotel located riverside in Bangkok Dusit District.Set in three acres of tropical exotic splendour, The Siam is a 39-room luxury retreat sited only minutes from the Royal Elephant Museum, Dusit Zoo and Chitlada Palace, not to mention The Grand Palace, and Wat Po.Accommodation comprises 16 Siam Suites (80sqm); six Mae Nam Suites (90sqm); six Riverview Suites (100sqm); six Pool Villas Courtyard (130sqm); four Pool Villas Riverview (130sqm), and Connie Cottage (160sqm). Read More...

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