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The 360o restaurant is situaties in The 25th floor giving you a bright panorama view over Bangkok.The food being server is very good and well prepaired. Take the menu and find what want. Is is all delicious.
We have stayed her four times over 15 years and to be honest it has always been a budget style hotel at a mid range price. Its location is excellent, right at the tip of Chinatown and easy walking to all that is on offer. Nearby the river for ferries to attractions. We stayed in the hotel twice during September as we returned to Bangkok. The first stay was fine with the room dated but clean. Staff were friendly and the concierge was useful for taxi prices to the airport. We had to chase extra pillows and tea/coffee which is a usual annoyance at many hotels. On arrival the second stay, (admittedly at 12pm) the room was not in their system despite the fact I had been in correspondence with them via the Expedia app. The receptionist seemed disinteested though sorted out the booking once Expedia called the hotel. We enjoyed happy hour on the 23rd floor bar/small pool and the staff there were friendly on both visits. We ate in the revolving restaurant which serves ridiculously overpriced Japanese style food but is worth a look for the great views. We were amazed to find the piano player is the same guy wjo was there 15 years ago and sang happy birthday to my wife. Unfortunately his repertoire hasn't changed in that time. I am not sure if we were given a higher floor room (21) due to the check in issue but we found the next day that the room had not been clenaed as the sheets had blood on them. We had the entire room cleaned and changed, which was done promptly. On check out a manager apologised profusely, the same recetionist who checked us in did not. Overall a fairly shabby and lazy approach which is reflected in the condition of what should be a landmark hotel. We have probably said it needs updating every time we stay and it has been renovated but still feels budget. Staff training would help as there was just not a feel that they cared. The pool is small and doesnt have changing facilities but is on the roof with great views. The gym was fine with a range of equipment. That said, the rate is pretty good and the location is great.
As usual a very wonderful experience of Thai culture, traditions and people. But more than anything is the lovely, friendly, polite staff who stand out.and go above and beyond their duty of care. If you have a problem, you can discuss with the Guest Relation Executive. Top marks go to the Executive of Housekeeping, who train her staff to an exceptional high quality of cleanliness.housekeeping is available 24/7. And top marks for honesty, last week returning to Adelaide Australia. I accidentally left $1,700 in my wallet, in the Hotel car. Lucky for me the driver found it and I was notified by email from the Duty Manager..The Hotel offers lots of different food experiences, there are 6 different restaurants, including the only revolving restaurant in Bangkok, on the 25 floor, with an exceptional view of the center of Bangkok. The food is cheap and tasty. Very central to everything a tourist desires, Other food vendors, next door to remarkable street markets and Tesco Lotus supermarket. Thai massage, hairdresser $10 So I have let out on my secret destiny, and now that I have retired, I travel to the Grand Lady off BKK. 4 times a year. Yes I know a good thing when it comes along.
Great location, the hotel located just right next to China Town busy but easy. Not to far from major places to visiting in Bangkok, easy to catch up a taxi or any local type of transportation. The room was nice and clean. If you are looking for a great street food in Bangkok is just right there in China Town Bangkok which the hotel is just next door!
Thai wife booked our rooms by phone, when they saw my white face they charged me an extra 600bt, disgusting display of racist dual pricing. How can they be allowed absolutely no shame, DON'T STAY HERE.
We have recently returned from a two night stay in this hotel and it was great. The rooftop bar and pool have views which are amazing. Good location in the middle of China Town with lots of restaurants. Highly recommend.
This is a very very old hotel, without repairs and without care about this :) but the view is ok. nothing else. Staff speaks "English" like , i don't know how to explain :))) very funny and difficult to understand :)
I popped in just for a drink/the view/air con (having seen the revolving bar online) but was slightly disappointed it wasn’t revolving. Staff were friendly/attentive and the wine was nice but it didn’t live up to my expectations sadly.
We stayed again for six nights. We were told that the hotel was not busy but were given two rooms on the 18th floor. These are old furnished rooms. The shower head fell off in my hands and water went everywhere. The whole 18th floor seemed to be occupied probably to keep housekeeping staff at a minimum. We heard the lift bell going till wee hours of the morning followed by noisy guests. I had had surgery so it was difficult to sleep without the added noise. We asked for a non smoking floor and we got it but smoke was in our room most nights. I am not sure if it was from the balcony below seeping in through our windows, the guests next door or coming through the air conditioning. It was just really bad. Breakfast has still not improved. Noisy tour groups devouring everything in sight and nothing re filled in any rush. No bacon now at all ,but chickens feet were marinating in one of the hot boxes. The restaurant on the fifth floor is very good still. I also found a massage place on the third floor that charges 200 baht an hour for a foot massage. It was one of the best I have ever had. Staying at this hotel for years and didn't know this one was there. When it came time to check out I was charged 20 baht for a glass that I accidentally knocked against the jug. It just shattered. We spent a few hundred dollars in the restaurants and laundry and a hotel van to the airport and I was charged a dollar for a glass? Will seriously think twice about staying here again which I feel very sad about.
Great Location for wholesale Business shopping. Infact perfect location surrounded by different types of wholesalers from electronics and mobile accessories, Gold, watches, machinery, spareparts, tools..... almost everything. Street Market is open during day, midnights and even early mornings.(24x7 business happens in this area) The hotel building itself have few floors for shops. Arrived late in the evening, with just 20 minutes after booking online on Agoda. Reception welcomed us and check-in happened really quick and easy. USD 100 was collected as a deposit to be returned at checkout. And was asked to sign a Smoking fine warning as the hotel is a Non smoking hotel. Rooms are above average and well maintained and very well cleaned. Comfortable beds. Rooms are Daily cleaned and towels are changed daily. Phone charging points or sockets are not available next to the bed. So had to leave phone on the desk for charging, sometimes when lazy in the morning it is annoying to get up and off the alarms. Rooms are well equipped. AC works perfect. Room have TV and a small fridge. Staffs are friendly and really helpful. Visitors are charged 500 baht. Though our booking included breakfast , never tried it. we always ended up having a coffee and a sandwich in Starbucks next to the Lobby in the ground floor as usual we are always in a hurry. Location is perfect for the purpose, but really traffic during day time. Would definitely stay and recommend to all visiting for this kind of business as it's the best hotel in the area.
Located in Bangkok City Centre, Grand China Hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Sampeng Market and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Wat Mangkon Kamalawat. This 4-star hotel welcomes guests with 155 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's connected to a shopping center in central Bangkok and also close to Wat Traimit and Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
There are multiple options for onsite dining with 3 restaurants, including The Bloom, which specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.
All 155 air-conditioned rooms feature refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. 32-inch LED TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include free bottled water, safes, and desks.
Guests of Grand China Hotel have access to an outdoor pool, a health club, and free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking and an airport shuttle for a fee. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include 3 meeting rooms, free newspapers, and a terrace.