Silom Hotel Reviews

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Running parallel with Sathorn Road, Silom offers easy access to the central business district and strangely enough the city’s premier entertainment zone- Patpong. Silom probably features the most varied price range of properties with everything from classic mid range, chic boutique and budget lodgings being readily available. Well served by taxis and two BTS stations, moving in and around the area can be done with little hassle.

Dusit Thani Hotel

On the corner of Silom Road you will find one of Bangkok’s landmarks, the famous Dusit Thani Hotel, which offers a special brand of luxury and relaxation in the heart of the city. Read More...

The Heritage Baan Silom Review

So, you want a hotel to remember? You're not into those big, expensive brand hotels. And you have no intention, whatsoever, of bumping backpacks with the masses who think Khao San Road is edgy. You're the type who prefers immersing yourself in a local art gallery or handbag boutique, not dreaming of home in the nearest McDonalds. A location near the Skytrain is important, but not to the detriment of what you delight in: spades of style, acres of artistry, and piles of pizzazz. Read More...

Holiday Inn Silom Bangkok Review

One of the most popular hotel chains worldwide, Holiday Inn is known to offer the best value accommodation and no-frills service. Holiday Inn Silom, however, is far from being just an ordinary Holiday Inn. It is a well-maintained four-star hotel where every effort has been made to guarantee a pleasant stay. Situated in the city's prime central business district, Holiday Inn Silom is surrounded by many caf-s, restaurants and tourist attractions... Read More...

lebua at State Tower Bangkok Review

In Bangkok, being on top of the world has long been associated with the trendy and award-winning Dome venues like Sirocco, Mezzaluna, Distil and Sky Bar at the landmark 67-storey State Tower building close to the Riverside area. The new all-suite lebua hotel in the building offers the same sweeping... Read More...


Luxx Hotel Bangkok Review

With only 13 rooms, the unique Luxx Hotel is one of Bangkok's smallest hotels - if not the smallest. It's also one of the city's best-kept hospitality secrets, and breathes new life into the clich-d home-away-from-home concept. Powerful doses after all come in small packages. Welcome to the hippest new addition to Bangkok's rapidly-growing luxury boutique hotel scene. What it lacks in size, the exclusive Luxx certainly makes up for with style, flair and location. Read More...

The Montien Hotel Bangkok Review

For the past 40 years, the Montien Hotel has been known amongst Bangkok’s business and leisure travellers for its excellent portrayal of traditional Thai hospitality. All 475 rooms and suites are adorned in traditional Thai style, including useful amenities. Conveniently placed on Surawong Road, the Montien is surrounded by a number of nightlife venues due to its close proximity to the infamous Patpong and its eclectic Night Market– home to an abundance of counterfeit goods, amongst other things. Read More...

Narai Hotel Review

The Narai Hotel has long been a favorite with so many of Bangkok’s visitors. Enjoying a convenient location on the vibrant Silom Road, don’t expect to be stuck for things to see and do. Nearby architectural sights include Hindu and Thai temples. The infamous Patpong is just 15 minutes down the road and the hotel resides a short walk from the riverside where you can catch a boat and take a trip down the Chao Praya River. The nearby Chong Nonsi Skytrain ensures moving in and around the city can be done with ease.  Read More...

Triple Two Silom Review

One of Bangkok’s finest additions to the business-boutique hotel scene, situated on Silom Road, the hotel is a ten-minute walk from Chong Nonsi BTS from where shopping and areas of interest can be easily reached. The Triple Two proudly boasts to be the only restaurant in Bangkok serving a Vietnamese lunch-time buffet, proven to be popular with guests and locals alike. Read More...

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