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I have job at government building to explain about hospital project for donation. Appointment time is so early for us from urban Khonkan . I decide to stay in this hotel before business. It is convenient and comfort for people who had a long journey to stay before business. Time for check in can be adjusted for myself. Breakfast has many menu. Only 5 minutes you can walk to the government place. Car park is not problem in this situation. My job has been successful.
Good value for money. Spend 3 nights in family room. Enjoyed the attention of the hotel staff. Pool was nice as wel as the breakfast. Downside to this hotel is the location. The area in wich this hotel Lies, is very quiet in the evening at so if you want to go out you neef to get a taxi
We stayed 3 nights and there are lots of good points about this hotel. The triple room we had was very spacious and bathroom/shower was fine. Excellent breakfast selection. Pool was a nice area with sun beds. The hotel rooms were a bit tired and could do with a refurb but had all you needed in terms of air con, fridge, TV, iron, hairdryer, tea making etc. Staff were super friendly and helpful. Lots of taxis and tuk tuks available to get around and walking distance to wholesale markets and the canals. Buy a local ticket on the canal boats to visit Jim Thompson house ( 2 stops) as very cheap and save money on the tourist boats which were expensive in comparison. There is a 7-11 over the road to buy necessities. Good location .
This is a really solid hotel - the internet, laundry service, spa, room service and restaurant were all great - happy with all of them. We went to 2 malls and a tour, and none of them were far from the hotel. The entire staff was super nice and it was our favorite hotel out of the 6 we stayed in throughout Thailand.
I stayed here with a tour group, luckily for only one night. I’m grateful that I had been staying elsewhere prior to coming here, as my impression of Bangkok based on this location would be poor. The location is uninspiring, from 5th floor there was not much view and walking around is also not in a very interesting area. It’s ok, but not inspiring if it’s your first time in Bangkok and want to SEE the city. It’s a little worn, but not terribly so and didn’t bother me much. The tv could do with an upgrade, it’s a bit small with poor quality but then again, I did not come here to watch tv. There is a small pool, nothing exotic but sufficient to cool off. I noticed the offering is Thai massages here are quite expensive compared to elsewhere; I’d recommend going for a walk to find one. Watch out for the free water in your room; the stuff in the fridge is not free. Take the glsss hotties on top. I was caught out on this one but the reception staff were lovely enough to waive the fee for me. So all up, I would not return as there are so many other options in Bangkok.
Wanting to stay slightly outside of the main shopping area to avoid the noise / pollution / traffic we decided on this hotel after reading reviews. In terms of location its not too bad - however there are no restaurants / cafes within at least a 20 minute walk (not ideal in absolutely sweltering heat) and the taxi’s (even metered) will charge a minimum of 100 bahts to get to the khao san road area. There’s a free shuttle to the MBK centre as well as Khao san road, but you’d need to get a taxi / tuk tuk to get anywhere else. The hotel itself is “ok” but is a little tired / shabby and smells very musty once you reach your floor / room. Not sure whether the air conditioning unit needed a service but it felt like musty stale air being continuously circulated. Definitely could use humidifiers along the corridors to freshen the place up. Breakfast was mediocre and not particularly tasty. One positive was the staff who were absolutely amazing, courteous, helpful and friendly and would bend over backwards to help. Overall our stay was pleasant but probably wouldn’t stay in this area again.
Dear Fellow Traveller, Would like to highly recommend this exceptional hotel which is most suitable for any demanding business traveler. Especially,I would like to single out the outstanding customer service by Ms.Thatpicha,the front desk manager,who would be able to guide you and address your every request. Ms.Thatpicha has provided an unparalleled customer service in setting up transportation which is a huge hassle in Bangkok,given the congestion in this very busy metropolis.She is excellent in finding solutions for problems and I would like to sincerely thank her for that service. Also,I loved the bedding,as well as all other fixtures at the hotel,such as a 24 hour business corner,a well run swimming pool and the 24 hour room service.The hotel has at least three restaurants and a Princess Cafe,which serve reasonably good food. This hotel has all you need whether you are travelling for business or pleasure. Yours sincerely, Julia Erickson.
After reading through the reviews on TripAdvisor before departing to Bangkok, I was feeling a bit concerned, wondering if we‘d made the right decision booking this hotel. However, I feel like a lot of reviews are overly harsh. Considering the price/value, I‘d say you get what you pay for. For 50€ a night you can‘t expect to sleep on clouds and be fed grapes by the poolside. Our room was super spacious with a big bed and bath. Yes, everything was a bit outdated/old (cracks, faded wallpaper), but it was nice enough for our tastes and kept clean. The poolside was great for relaxing and there were never many people around which was a real luxury in the 38 degree heat! Like many reviews already mentioned, the hotel is a bit out of the way, but you can easily grab a cab to most places in Bangkok for around 2-3€, so super affordable. I also got a Thai massage at the spa, which was really good quality and great value. The only downsides for us were that the staff weren’t very attentive and at times seemed to barely notice the guests. Also, the restaurants on site were way overpriced compared to others in the area. There are some great places nearby (5/10 min walk) where you can go for dinner and there is a 7/11 right across the street for getting water or snacks.
This was our first stop on our Thailand tour. The location is central to many activities, but it is not central to the Skytrain, which I believe is a big thing for many travelers. That being said, taxis and tuktuks were readily available and it cost the equivalent of two dollars to get to center of old city (Grand Palace) and around three dollars to get us to the fancy malls of Sukhumvit. And, it's even walkable, if you don't mind the heat. It's about a thirty minute walk to the Grand Palace area. It is pricier than other hotels, but that being said, the room was much larger than others we experienced at lower prices. I had no issues with the cleanliness - all was good. The hotel is removed from the street so you do not get the traffic noise (at least not where we were facing the pool), BUT it does seem to get tour groups and larger families, so the halls and rooms can be noisier. (Some banging, talking in the hallways, running down the hall). Tip: There is a rooftop terrace that allows you to lookout over the historic center of Bangkok. I believe you can call down to the bar and have drinks up there. We just went to enjoy the view.
Lobby of this hotel was very nice, staff were welcoming and friendly. Breakfast was not cheap, so we opted out of this. Hallways and hotel rooms were quite old and had an old musty smell. When comparing to other hotels at similar price level, this one is good. Close to sight-seeing places, however I found it far away from main action points (we had to call a taxi most of the time when heading out to grab food, etc.). pros: nice pool, friendly staff, comfy beds, pool view balconies, lobby staff available to help with calling a taxi.
Located in Bangkok City Centre, Royal Princess Larn Luang is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Wat Ratchanadda and Wat Saket. This 167-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's connected to a shopping center in central Bangkok and also close to Khaosan Road and Wat Suthat.
This hotel is home to 4 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 10:30 AM.
Royal Princess Larn Luang's 167 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. 32-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Free bottled water, safes, and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Royal Princess Larn Luang enjoy a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. There's free parking and limo/town car service. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with concierge services, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and a business center.