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Century Park Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

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I visited Bangkok with my daughter for a Cultural Trip of Thailand from April 13th to April 23rd 2017. While in Bangkok we stayed in Century Park Hotel. It was about 35 minutes from the Airport, but very close to the Business District. From the very first moment we arrived, we were greeted with a Welcome Smile and Welcome drink (Fresh Coconut Water). Staff were very pleasant and helpful. We stayed on 23 rd floor. The view of the Bangkok City Sky Line from our room was stunning. Room was much bigger than our expectation, compared to our experience in Europe. It was well furnished and very neat and clean. Bathroom was also very spacious and up to the mark. Our Hotel Package included free Breakfast. Breakfast was delicious and the menu included variety of choices for all ethnicity. Every day they had different menu and also served several locally grown fruits. I enjoyed the ripe Papaya and Pineapples. Server in the Breakfast room were very prompt and friendly. Hotel has a huge lobby on the Reception Floor with plenty of Luxurious Chairs and sofa for the visiting guests. In our room Wifi worked without any problem and at a decent speed. Hotel is Located Centrally in the Business District and in a very safe area. We enjoyed the Night Market which is only few minutes walk. In the Hotel there is a Gift Store. I bought several Souvenirs from there. The Price was very reasonable. And they packed all the Porcelain item so nicely. All the items reached safely to our home (Pittsburgh, USA). We loved the service we got and will strongly recommend to anyone. In the future we would love to comeback and stay in this Hotel.

Stopped over in Bangkok for 2 nights, century park hotel was really nice and comfy, staff very polite and assertive, would recommend this hotel for a stop over, the food was in a Buffett style and had something for every one,

Very nice hotel, we were in 16th floor and we had good view from our room..we can see their temple...the staff were very friendly and honest, they really look after their customers...the pool and spa was good...the buffet was satisfying...only thing is that they don't have extra outlet for me to plug-in my hair straightener in their bathroom so I have to do it in the bedroom...but we had good time there..we were satisfied...would love to come back again...

We were very happy with our stay here. We booked a travel package to Bangkok through Gate 1 Travel and this was the hotel that was included in the package. The staff was very polite and accommodating. The lobby area and entire first floor were very nice. We felt there were plenty of options offered at breakfast. There were the standard breakfast items, but also multiple local offerings that we enjoyed. We didn’t eat at any of the actual restaurants at the hotel, but as far as breakfast, we were happy. Yes, Wi-Fi is slow, but we were always able to connect. The Wi-Fi did appear to be much faster in the lobby, but we didn’t have any problems using it in our room either. As for the room, it had everything we could possibly need: a nice bathroom with a large shower and a tub, comfortable bed, free safe, plenty of storage and a beautiful view. We never had any problem having our complimentary glass water bottles replaced. Also to note: there is a clothes line that can be pulled out across the tub, so you can definitely clean and dry clothes at the hotel. The pool was never busy, but we thought it was nice. It has a unique layout that creates an especially nice rooftop setting. If you walk out from the hotel and take a left, there’s a 7-Eleven about 3 minutes down. We stopped here multiple times for cheap ice cream treats and water, but also to grab a four-pack of beer to take out by the pool. As for hotel surroundings, we walked to and from the Victory Monument Sky Train station about every day. It’s an easy 10-minute walk, just turn right out of the hotel, and then turn left before the Pizza Hut and cross the busy intersection. If you keep walking straight for about 10 minutes, you’ll hit the station. Along this route, there’s a very nice public park that we’d recommend walking through. The entrance will be on the left about a minute after crossing the busy intersection. If you walk through the park, and take a right on the other side, you’ll hit the sky train after about six minutes. There appeared to be a lot of nice sit-down restaurants along this route too, but we didn’t eat at any of them. In the general Victory Monument Sky Train area there’s a pretty good night market and lots of street food. We used a cab a few times to get around the city, but for the most part took the Sky Train. It’s a bit intimidating at first, but if you have any questions, just go up to the counter at the Sky Train station; the people behind the counter always seemed to speak English and could answer any questions. Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Century Park. We were able to get to everything within the city very easily and the hotel itself met all of our expectations. We would stay again!

This was our first stay in Thailand in this beautiful luxury hotel. Rooms are great size nice,clean and fully equipped. Hotels decor is amazing with extremely colourful and tasty breakfast. Staff is very friendly and smily. Rooftop pool is great to finish off you hot day in Bangkok. Hotel is located close to everything you would like to see in here. Jozef + Lucia from Slovakia

Very friendly staff, a lovely rooftop pool, very nice breakfast. Not too far from the main Bangkok nightlife. We didn't really use a lot of the hotel amenities as we were out and about most of the time but the bar was OK. The pool area was really nice. try and ask for high floor rooms as the views are stunning of the city, we did and weren't disappointed.

I had a wonderful stay at this hotel. Helpful friendly staff. Spacious clean comfortable room. Pool area was a great escape from the city heat. Great variety at breakfast, I could have had a different breakfast everyday & I stayed 6 days. Hotel is a 10 min walk from the sky train station Victory monument or a 3min taxi ride from the airport sky train line. Staff will get you a taxi to where ever you want to go or there are tuk tuks at the end of the drive. It was my first time on Bangkok and I manged okay to navigate from this hotel, with staffs help. I didn't have any problem with the hotel wifi. Met all my needs for keeping in touch with friends & family.

My partner and I stayed 2 nights here as a stop over point to our tour around Thailand. The hotel it's self is quite central, our room was on the 15th floor so quite quiet as some people said that the lower rooms were very noisy from the street below, the rooms are quite basic although have loads of wardrobe space if your staying longer, the bathroom had both a shower and a bath which is a luxury for Thailand! we had a good view of the city and pool which is on the 5th floor. Being on a sun lounger on the 5th floor in busy Bangkok seemed a little surreal, the pool itself is quite small and not really for swimming in more like cooling off in the extreme heat, there is waiter service around the pool which you sign for items and it gets charged to your room number. We had an evening meal in the hotel restaurant which was ok, very reasonable priced, but nothing to shout home about. The breakfast choice was quite good, lots of choice and the chef will cook you anything if you ask that they can. To go to the centre turn right out of the hotel and then follow the road up to the left to the Victoria monument where you can catch the sky train to any destination, it's very busy as expected in such a large city but has airconditioning so gave a bit of brief relief from the heat of the city,but also really really cheap if your confident to make your way around Bangkok yourself you can save a fortune as tut tuts and taxis try to rip westerners off if your no good at haggling, Bangkok is very safe to walk around, if you take the sky train to the main river 'chaophraya' you can buy a hop on hop off all day pass for the chaophraya express long boats which pick up every 10mins from all the main destinations costing 150 TB, which is a really cheap way of visiting all the temples, palace, china town where you can pick up some amazing cheap bargains and buy just about everything, they have all branded toiletries which are cheaper to buy there than at home.The street food is quite nice although only buy from busy places where the locals are eating, and don't eat ice cream from the street market or have ice in your drink as they freeze tap water but it's quite safe in bigger bars, restaurants and hotels as they buy in ice which is made from bottled water. The city is very busy and smelly because of the fumes from traffic as it's very built up and feels a bit appressve but also because of the amount of waste mainly rotting food that's chucked in the streets and overflowing in the bins, you can see why the locals wear face masks! All in all a nice 2 days seeing the sites, it is a city and a very busy and smelly one at that! I'm glad we got the opportunity to visit but would not go back again.

Our trip to Southeast Asia started out at this hotel... and it was pleasant from beginning to end. We could walk to great restaurants and shopping plus there is a wonderful local temple just around the corner. We could see it from our well appointed room( with a GREAT SHOWER!.) Although we arrived after midnight, the staff could not be more accommodating.

Traffic. Most of Bangkok appears gridlocked from dawn to almost midnight, and despite being up on the twelfth floor, it even manages to intrude over the constant hum of the air conditioning. Our room was well presented, clean, with a large comfortable bed and a lovely marble ensuite bathroom with bath and shower. Only fault found was its wired in hairdryer would cut out after a quick round of Yule Brinners head. A small reference to the old film "The King and I" apparently still banned in Thailand. The hotel is situated near to a major road junction and the central motorway flows past one side. The ensuite even has a phone so if your sitting on the Throne you can ring room service or share the news with a friend at the same time. Three phones in all for one hotel room. Walking down a Bangkok street is like a full on assault of the olfactory organ, one minute you are enjoying the gentle fragrance of Thai perfume, next the delicious aroma of a street sellers cuisine overwhelms you, only for your stomach to be completely flipped by the sudden stench of raw sewage, or the fish delivery to your local restaurant. Not a place for the feint hearted. With all the interesting local food within walking distance, it's surprising that the Intercontinental breakfast choice offered by the hotel cannot fail to disappoint every member of the United Nations. The fact that an old Hollywood film can still give offence to Thai people really gives you an insight into their psyche. Our guide was quite upset when a Chinese tourist touched a lotus blossom growing in a temple garden, particularly with the death and mourning period of their King, take time to respect their traditions. It was interesting to note how different the Thai culture is, and it really doesn't take much just to respect their traditions. Although they appreciate that most of the countries income comes from tourists, prices have been adjusted to take account of the You as a captive audience. Ask the price of a Tuk Tuk before boarding, and don't let them take you shopping somewhere you don't want to go !(Watch out for the excuse that the shop is shut) Our Tuk Tuk driver tried this at the King Power Dome, don't think the Bosses of Leicester City would have been impressed. Taxis don't always switch meters on. Speaking of Leicester it was notable that some men walked around in shorts and T-shirts whilst their women wear the full traditional outfit, some things aren't different. Had a trip on the water, well worth doing to see more of the real Bangkok, but time and a show spent at Asiatic was more like the Disneyland version of Thailand.

9 Ratchaprarop Road Bangkok Bangkok

Located in Pathumwan, Century Park Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Suan Pakkard Palace and Pratunam Market. This 380-room, 4-star hotel has 2 restaurants, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's also close to Siam Paragon Mall and Siam Square.


Dining

Enjoy dining at Jess restaurant, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.


The 380 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also available.

Rooms


Property features

Guests staying at Century Park Hotel enjoy an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for THB 1200 per vehicle one way. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, 3 meeting rooms, and a conference center.

Room options

Deluxe Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Grande Deluxe Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

83% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1640 reviews