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Baiyoke Boutique

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I was traveling to Thailand for short 5-days-trip and I was looking for perfect price with location near to the city and perfect for 3 adults in one room. The floor covered with carpets, the room is nice, the bathroom have no problem with water and stuffs. If you're arriving in Suvarnabhumi Airport, it's really easy to reach the hotel, just take the Airport Rail Link to the Ratchaprarop Station, and walk a bit from there to get to the hotel. The hotel is located at the back of the Baiyoke Sky Tower (you may not see it from the main road but it's near trust me) The staffs is kind and helpful. If you walk down the road, you'll see the night market with lots of clothing and accessories to look for (you can even bargain for everything). Food? don't ask. From the hotel room service, to street food around the Baiyoke area.. there's tons of them. Overall, it was a great experience staying in Baiyoke Boutique, and I'll definitely will book the hotel again if I got the chance to visit Bangkok again!

We had visited Bangkok again few weeks ago. And we give Baiyoke Boutique hotel another chance. We glad that we did, as the staff are courteous and helpful. Our room has a fairly newer bathroom. All in all, it was better experience. I would mention your property to friends who loves shopping and how your location is very close to the market and train station.

When my friend and I stepped into the lobby, we were greatly disappointed. The lobby smelled of trash. But that was nothing compared to the state of our room. I wouldn't say that pictures lie because whatever was shown in pictures, they were indeed there but at the same time, the pictures didn't show a lot. - corners of the room are so dusty (it's really gross) - hinges of the door have spiderwebs - there's a wide gap between the door and the floor. wide enough for someone to look under (why even?) - maybe because the door is old wood, part of it chipped. and because of it being old or because of the wide gap, i can hear CLEARLY what people are talking about outside and also when the housekeeping is vacuuming another room. do not expect to get a quiet night's rest. - the mattress is so hard. springs could be felt. - found a tiny bed bug - tv is too low. - lifts stop at mezzanine levels (hard for when you have to bring your luggage down a flight of stairs) - rooster outside does not run out of voice (am a light sleeper so the rooster woke me up at night many times) - bins are not lined with plastic bags (it's just plain unhygienic) -wifi signal was too weak. lucky enough we had our own wifi router. what's good about this hotel are the staff. that's the only good thing they have going for them. it greatly feels like a rundown hotel trying to pass themselves off as a boutique hotel. would not come back here.

At least half of the hotel employees can understand a bit of English. At least 2 are proficient. That's better than outside the hotel. I never tire of saying this… but non-English speakers should really need to know English to communicate with foreigners. No bigotry here. Let's just face it… English is the real world language. I come from a non-English speaking country but most of us speak English. Same reason why English speakers would learn a foreign tongue like Thai so they can reach out to Thailanders. In light of this, expect a language barrier. Download a good translation guide or app for learning while relaxed. There's no time to bring out that guide or app when you're in public. Your have to memorize terms like sáwatdee (hello), kórp khun (thanks), and especially pæng már (it's too expensive). The hotel room door sometimes fails to lock. There was a time when we almost missed our tour because the hotel had to fix it. Apparently, it's never okay to leave the room with a faulty door lock. The shower room is leaking a lot of water. The problem is neither the tub nor any piping. It's the water splashing around inside the shower area wall and finding its way around the shower curtain. This is the side where the shower head is. Understandably, no amount of water should be able to escape from this side. But not in my hotel room. The water floods into the toilet floor. While seated, your feet are soaking wet. The position of the toilet area drain should be next to the toilet. Instead, its near the door opposite the toilet seat. So when it floods, the toilet floor gets soaked before the water finds its way to the drain. If you use the B/T in the morning, you might hear a rooster. I don't know if that's bad or good for you. Personally, I like hearing roosters. The elevator door is not "synced" with the hotels floors. The elevator opens halfway into a stairwell between floors. In fact, Button 1 opens into the lobby mezzanine. You have to climb a few steps to this mezzanine — a problem for PWD (Persons with Disabilities), elderly, and those with heavy load. But there are bellboys. The hotel has a No Smoking policy with matching fine. But, if you're lucky, you might smell a slight hint of tobacco smoke. The room was clean. No sign of unwanted insects nor excessive dust. The hotel provides only three hangers. Bring your own foldable hangers. If Thailanders still want their country to be called the Land of Smiles, they really should smile more. When I eat my breakfast in the lounge at the 9th/10th floor, I don't like seeing grumpy chefs and poker faced waiters. Smiles and happiness bleeds into the food. So does the opposite. Still about the breakfast lounge… the food is enjoyable. But there's one particular dish there named Pumpkin Salad or something. Someone tried to make a Russian salad using pumpkin. It sucks. Don't eat it.

the only strenght of this hotel is only the location, eventhough it laid behind the tallest hotel in bangkok and considered to be hidden, but you just have do small distance of walking to reach the Ratchaprarob BTS station. i don't really comfortable staying at this hotel because the front desk staff is not really nice, the hotel design is old, the pillow kinda smelly, the toilet is dark and has no bidet to clean up while the other hotels had one. also i don't know what is the intention of its architect to place the Elevator on a half of the floor? we have to carry our luggage a-half floor upstairs to take the elevator. the hotel quite pricey and i think there's a lot more hotel better in bangkok with that price.

Stayed there a couple days ago. The location is very convenient, close to pratunam market and siam centre. A few things i dont really like are : 1. Cleanliness (limited amount of toilet paper and no spares. We also saw a cockroach in our room), 2. The lift doesnt align with the floor, so if you have a big luggage you have to carry it up or down the stairs. And taxis in front of the hotel will give you a fixed price rather than a "metered" price. I would advise to not use them.

The cleanliness of the rooms are not on a very high standard and staff not very helpful Its on a great location on a walking distance from Pratunam market, Pantip plaza and Platinum Taxi service available at all time

Great value for money and nicely situated. Rooms were very comfortable and came with a bath and shower. Hotel staff were very friendly and hotel is clean and tidy. Beds very comfortable, and overall a great stay. Have been to Bangkok 10 times, but 1st time at this hotel, and will stay at this hotel again in the future

Stayed for 4 nights, booked via hotel website which offer good rate and free extra bed for children below 12. Breakfast included, for 2 days only. Variety food with good eating environment. Lobby looks great. Bedroom hmm......not really sound proof and need to be upgraded. Wifi speed ok in the room. Overall a good stay here with great location for shopping and easy access to BTS, taxi or tuk tuk. Tried the free shuttle bus provided, punctual and comfortable in an aircond van but too bad, only one way, no return. Visited baiyoke sky hotel which is just next door and was allowed to use the facilities such as golf driving range, swimming pool and gym for free.

When we coming in the room got little smelly,dark,toilet look so lousy,especially toilet didn't have paip. When me and my friend wan to sleep,suddenly we heard the sound beep beep,and continue frequently. Then we just realise is the security box sound. This is make me hard to sleep.

120/359 Radjprarop Rd, Radjthevee Bangkok Bangkok

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Pratunam Market and Suan Pakkard Palace
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Spa services

Located in Bangkok City Centre, Baiyoke Boutique is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Pratunam Market and Suan Pakkard Palace. This 3-star hotel has 220 rooms and welcomes guests with a coffee shop/café, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Located centrally in Bangkok, it's also close to Siam Paragon Mall and Siam Square.


Dining

Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All of Baiyoke Boutique's 220 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, coffee makers, and free bottled water. LCD TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include safes and phones.


Property features

Guests of Baiyoke Boutique enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and spa services. If you plan to drive, free parking is available. Helpful staff can provide dry cleaning/laundry services and tour or ticket assistance.

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Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

37% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 716 reviews