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Grand Inn Come Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The Grand Inn Come Hotel, in addition to sporting a peculiarly awkward name (not going with “Come Inn” feels like a missed opportunity), was a generally disappointing experience. The good: the location is close to the airport, and the beds were comfortable enough. We were there at a slow time of year, I believe, as there wasn’t any noise from other guests. If it sounds like I’m stretching to find the positives, well... The bad: We chose this hotel as a simple overnight option on our way back home from a vacation further south, and because it has a pool to help keep our kidlet entertained after a long afternoon of driving. After struggling with their fussy payment machines, we were informed at the desk that the pool closes at 6pm - absurdly early for a hotel pool, and leaving us about 15 minutes to use it if we hurried. Just go first thing in the morning, you suggest? Not open until 10am. The hours seem designed to discourage most guests from actually using it. So, we took our sad girl to have a fairly bland dinner at the hotel restaurant. Overly sweet orange drink was substituted for fruit juice and they must have been trying to ration out the last of their curry paste because the green curry was mostly just coconut milk. The Tom yam soup was spicy enough, though lacking in much flavor besides that. All of this at typically marked up hotel restaurant prices. A shame really, as we were excited that they had a large vegetarian section in the menu. So we retired to our room to find the pipes coughing up air and brown water at first, and the shower leaking right away. Mosquitoes were a problem in the night and necessitated putting on repellent to get through. For the price, I wouldn’t say this one is worth it.
My brother and I stayed at this hotel recently due to our interests in aircraft spotting. We were met at the airport as planned and it was only about a ten minute journey to the hotel. The hotel itself has seen better days, a kind of faded grandeur, although our rooms were extremely clean. The hotel respected our wishes for accommodation that looked out towards the airport and our rooms could not have been in a better position for pursuing our hobby. Reception staff were very friendly and accommodating and it was easy to take taxis from the hotel into the middle of Bangkok for sightseeing. Breakfast could certainly have been better as the hotel seems to be more of a Chinese Tourist hotel, with many coaches of Chinese people arriving daily and the breakfast reflected their cuisine. It would appear that the hotel is in the process of being taken over by another company so it will be interesting to see how this affects the quality of the hotel in the future.
no wifi, no hot water, whole in walls, dirty carpets, dirty sheets, the toilet flooded, dangerous wires everywhere, terrible service. It was a nightmare and worst hotel experience I ever had. I would recommend to stay away, this hotel is such a scam!!
If you travel with a friend and appreciate irony you might like this hotel. Not because it's a good hotel, because it isn't. This hotel is a time travel back to the 80's and leaves you with a wierd feeling. If you stay here with a friend you will definitely remember it. First of all, staff doesn't understand English with a few exceptions. This is also not as close to the airport as you might think. It still takes about 15 minutes by car. There are lots of pool tables in the basement, but the distinct smell of mold made it unpleasant. And believe me when I tell you that the breakfast is awful. There was about 40 chinese people eating some kind of buffet with fried rice and some other dishes, but I was not allowed to eat that. Instead I was shown to the other side of the dining room where the worst hotel breakfast I've ever seen was served. And I've seen plenty. There is a 7/11 close by. I'd say 60 metres. But there is a motorway between so you will have to risk your life getting there. This is a wtf-moment on your trip. And as I said, if you share this experience with someone you will have a memory for life. But if you don't appreciate irony or the 80's, don't go here unless the price is a steal. I'd say 30-40$/night is fair since they offer free shuttle bus to the airport.
Reality check. This is not what westerners would class as a 4 star hotel ( Holiday Inn etc) I have just spent 6 nights here, but that was because of my hobby and for that it was the place to stay. This hotel is geared to the Chinese package deal tourist. The breakfast reflected this. The freshly made scrambled eggs & omelettes are really good, toast, juice and cereal and bacon tea & coffee. I had a deluxe airport view room which together with the rest of the hotel that I saw was clean. The room was large, the bed was comfortable air con and wifi worked perfectly. The aircraft noise could be a problem for some as Bangkok is a 24 hour airport. As others have said the furnishings are dated. I only used room service and I found the food to be very hit & miss, but I can recommend the Thai Green Curry. All that said they do seem to be trying to improve the hotel and the staff are very helpful. The view of the airport is second to none, with views of the terminal and both runways all aircraft movements can be seen, but be warned you could end up with 3 hours sleep a night and I'm not joking😴 One last thing don't bother booking the airport transfer and get a taxi instead.
We booked this hotel to get closer to the airport before our flight cos they had a family room and we have 3 kids. I would say that the only good thing about this place is the location to the airport. The room was dirty and the beds were so hard that it was almost impossible to sleep on them. On our arrival the stuff did not come to help us with our huge amount of luggage, which we think should happen if they say they are a 4 star place. The pool was closer for cleaning (tho we didn’t see anyone cleaning it). Did not try the food since the place looked so scary. The room eas huge but i would not say its worth of it with kids. Upon our departure there seem to be more helpfull stuff around next morning at 6 am. Never again.
we only stayed there cos our flight was delayed and that's what we were offered as compensation. Don't stay there if you don't have to. Far away from everything. Not comfortable/clean. We didn't try the food - it's BKK after all. No way we go with crappy food in this amazing city.
We booked in to the Grand Inn Come Hotel for a 3 night stay at the end of a 2 week holiday in Thailand , it's very close to the airport and we thought it was close to the nightlife of Bangkok, unfortunately it was quite a trip into Bangkok and we found absolutely nothing nearby to the hotel , the hotel itself looks very grand at first look but it is very dated ant could do with a bit of tlc, it would seem the majority of the tourists who stay here are Chinese, and the breakfast was in fact a chinese buffet , you can get eggs cooked freshly and also make your own toast , but no cereal available . Our stay was reasonably priced and the beds were comfy , but it's really more suited for a one night stay before you fly home
Well this hotel has recently come to light. It is situated opposite the airport about midway along. When I booked my room i was delighted with the fact that they offer deluxe room with airport view. Not all that easy to get to although they do have an airport shuttle it is a bit hit or miss. I had to get a taxi out there and promptly got ripped off by the taxi driver.once at the hotel you see that it is very GRAND. A sweeping stair case rises upto the main doors. The reception / lobby area is big. So check in was quick and the promissed room with a view came to light. I had room 523 I think.And yes it has a great view of the airport. The room concerned had a small reception area with a wardrobe, 2 chairs and a small table. The main part of the room had a nice sized bed which was comfortable, table and chair for working at etc, a small TV but not many channels, a fridge, Kettle and so on. But the main problem was finding a power point. Not many. So take an extension lead with you. The bathroom was ok with a bath / shower, wash basin and toilet. The room was clean. The restaurant was quite good for the evening meal that I had there. Food good but I forgot about ordering starter and main at the same time as they both come at the same time so by the time you have eaten your starter the main course has gone cold. the breakfast was not much to write about. I found enough there to eat. All in all the hotel is clean and offers great views of the airport. there is a seven eleven across a very very busy main road if you want anything else. So would I stay there again - YES. They have free wi fi.
It's a nice hotel to stay for a night between flights. it's not very close to the airport, so it's worth booking a hotel shuttle. The area around it is a bit sad but there are a couple of bistros and 7-Eleven across the road. The hotel is pretty big, our room was spacious, with a large bed and hard mattress (hard mattresses seem to be a problem in Thailand). Everything was fine and it was clean generally but the hotel is not new, and a bathroom curtain and tiles looked sad and not fresh. Water pressure was really poor. The breakfast was very basic but they cook fresh omelettes right there for you, it was tasty and we enjoyed this option. We tried some little snack in the restaurant in the evening too, but their club sandwich was not good, I wouldn't recommend that. The staff was very polite and helpful and made sure we had everything we needed for our short stay. So my conclusion is that it's totally okay to stay for a night or two, especially taking into account the hotel's fair price.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Grand Inn Come Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport places you within a 15-minute drive of The Paseo Mall and Huachiew Chalermprakiet University. This 4-star hotel has 143 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's near the airport and also close to Wat Kingkaew and Marketland.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. 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. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.
Grand Inn Come Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport's 143 soundproofed rooms provide refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels and first-run movies. Beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Other amenities include free bottled water, phones, and desks.
Guests staying at Grand Inn Come Hotel Suvarnabhumi Airport enjoy an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. You can take advantage of free parking, along with limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a conference center, a business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
49.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 201 reviews