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MY 5 th stay at The Narai was as pleasant as the previous 4. Competent and polite staff throughout and ready, always, to fulfil rrequests. Ok, she is old and it takes a while for the hot water to hit the shower but it is...More
Many occasions I stayed at this hotel as it's on the Silom Road, Very easy access to many location, clean & nice property.
The Buffet Break fast & other meals are good but if you need certain minor changes the F & B Staff are...More
This place is shockingly bad for Bangkok. They call it a 4 star - maybe it was 20 years ago, but now it's a dump. I'm here for a few nights and really ready to leave.
I booked a queen room, but they gave me...More
Firstly I was sent to a room that had not been cleaned,,this was 2030 at night, I was told to leave the hotel and come back in 30 mins, I had to leave the hotel very early following morning so was not amused with this...More
It was for us the second time we stayed in the Narai hotel. The firts tme was last year 02-2011. This time we got a redecorated room no 238. The beds were ok. The bathroom is small but has all what you require.
Despite the lack of any major tourist attractions, this lively neighborhood is a favorite of many. Whether it's the (somewhat naughty) nightlife of Soi Patpong, the various handicraft night markets or the plethora of dining options that tickle your fancy, a night out in Silom is a must on every itinerary. It's worth a stop during daytime, too: join office workers on a quest to tasty street food during lunch and shop
at Silom Complex for a great mix of Thai and international stores. After a day of strolling around the congested sidewalks, a visit to Silom's Lumphini Park, Bangkok's answer to NYC's Central Park, is a welcome change of scenery.
You can email the hotel and they will arrange a shuttle bus for you. They are cheap and take around 45 minutes to an hour depending on what time you land. Chatuchuk market is not far you can walk to the sky train and then... More
You can email the hotel and they will arrange a shuttle bus for you. They are cheap and take around 45 minutes to an hour depending on what time you land. Chatuchuk market is not far you can walk to the sky train and then transfer to the underlying ground drops you outside. A taxi is around 100 bhat which is cheap and airconditined. The river is a 15 minute walk or arrange for a tour at the hotel get to see a lot and cheap. Hope you have a great time.
Suvarbhumi Aiport is best recommended for you. This aiport have a train its called The Airport Link. You ride a train going to Phya Tai BTs station then Enter Change to Siam SQuare BTS Station. And then Interchange again the... More
Suvarbhumi Aiport is best recommended for you. This aiport have a train its called The Airport Link. You ride a train going to Phya Tai BTs station then Enter Change to Siam SQuare BTS Station. And then Interchange again the train Going to Bangwa But you can take off to Saladaeng BTS train Station. This area is a Silom area. Good for gay travelers good for the social nightlife. From Saladaeng BTs station is a little bit far from Chatuchak. How to go Chatuchak? From Saladaeng BTS station ride a train going to MOchit BTS
Station. From saladaeng take off and interchange in Siam Square. And then find the train going to MOchit. MOchit is the last train where chatuchak is there. Many places you can go to around Bkk. Good luck and Have a safe journey