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Reviewed 2 September 2011

At about S$65 per room per night and hotel newing renovated with great Breakfast.Close to Chon Nonsi BTS sky train.

From leomak

Date of stay: August 2011
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2  Thank Leomak
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Reviewed 30 August 2011

There is a call center, so there are several places where you can get installed. I was in Silom, which is a tourist area which has access to BTS (metro). In Silom where this is known to Patpong street (where the fake bags and clothes look on the street and where there is prostitution).
I think it is a good area because you can easily take BTS or boat and move you in Bangkok.

The hotel was formerly the name of Single Silom, located just in front of the Sofitel Silom.
The travel between the airport and the hotel was done by train and BTS, is one cost about 120 BTH by people (plus the final taxi from the station to the hotel, 100 tbh) and takes about 40 minutes until the final season. The nearest station to the hotel is 5 minutes walk and is called Chong Nonsi. The displacement can also be done by taxi (taxi meter only, or with a meter) and usually costs about 400 BTH and takes about 35 minutes with little traffic or even one hour with great traffic.
In my case it paid off to go to BTS, because he had large suitcases and not all had a lift station.
Location: is good, near the BTS, near the Sofitel (some taxi driver did not know where is the hotel and is easier to give reference of the Sofitel). A 10-minute walk from Patpong.
Tip: for those who need to change money, I advise the bureau which is located outside the station BTS Chong Nonsi towards the hotel before the shopping plaza. Or for those who leave the hotel, turn right, follow straight on, pass the mall, and is the first major road turn right towards the BTS (Chong Nonsi) and walk another 200 meters and see to your right a house exchange. Despite not having very good looking, is the one that has a better exchange.

Rooms: I was an executive room on the 18th floor, with fairly large areas with a beautiful decoration, such as mini-bar and also had an lcd.
Price: it has a very good price for the quality it presents. It is a typical 4 stars
Facilities: Always clean and safe. It has a swimming pool on top of the hotel. It has a gym and sauna. There's free internet.

Tip: There is free internet in some cafes and restaurants in the vicinity.
Food: The breakfast is reasonable. Other meals can be made ​​on the street or in any restaurant, but close by there is no special restaurant.
Animation: non-existent at the hotel. Outside the hotel there are some bars. Patpong is located about 10 minutes walk from the hotel, where every night there is a market with forged material (watches, clothes and bags) and of course the famous bars of ping pong ....
Staff: normal.
Travel: they set off on foot (if close) to tuck-tuck (the prices are very expensive) or taxi (prices are also expensive) or BTS boat. I advise the BTS and it is for the old town the boat. Because the tuck-tuck seems cheaper but they will always take you before you want to visit the local shops .... Or will take longer. Just taking a taxi cab in which they put the meter and meter to count the least deceived beings.
Tip: There is a daily BTS card, which costs 120 BTH, but only worth it to carry a lot of traveling. The average price of the trip is 30 BTH. Through the BTS you can not reach the old town, only to China Town
Shopping:
Most shopping centers are located in Siam. Here there are shops for all the bags until they can buy a Maserati or a lamborgini .... However, for those who have less money and are interested in buying the counterfeit material advise MBK (last exit of BTS - National Stadium). It is a 6-storey shopping mall, where you buy the iphone from bags, shorts, t-shirts. (I advise not to buy iphone and iphone because they are fake, not waste time. ... (3rd floor - technologies) Only the box is the same and the cover) Despite being a commercial center can haggle the price.
If you do not want to go to the mall, there is also a Silom night market in Patpong, there are people selling plastic bags, watches and some clothes (you can choose from a catalog). Prices vary depending on the quality of the forgery.
For those who have too much time in Bangkok, I advise you to go visit the largest Asian market - Chatuchak market which only operates on weekends from 10:00 to 17:00 and has about 15 000 stands, where everything is sold. The movement can be made there by bus, or BTS station (Mo Chi). The market is much confusion even with a map. You lose at least 4 hours to try to see a large market share.
Excursions: There are many options for every price range. The main ones are the floating market, Ayuthaya and temples (wut). Everywhere there are shops that deny the various tours. The low price also if you buy more than one.

Places to visit: The urge to spend the night Bayoke Sky Hotel. You can have dinner or just a drink on the floor 84 floor. To take just one cup has a cost of 250 BTH per person. (entrance with a drink)
In Bangkok there Wut different for everyone.
For staying in Silom, should not lose track of the river by boat to the old town, especially to the royal palace. When buying the boat ticket, they have two mode, but only disclose the daily ticket that has a cost of 150bth. It may not seem like much, but in reality is because, one trip only costs 30 BTH and were difficult to for more than two and at most 4. Just the ticket for only one boat trip, you wind up buying the boat and not on the ticket. To cross the border costs 6 BTH (if you buy a ticket everyday, this boat is not included, though they say everything is included)
When you reach the royal palace near the entrance, as though there are several doors, one is only for tourists, people will appear to say that the palace is closed to take you to another side. Do not go. The palace is open from 8:00 until 15:30, I think. The price to enter is BTH 400 per person.
Besides the palace that the Buddha lying BTH that pays 50 per person to cross the border and the other laughed this Wat (beautiful palace that pays 50 BTH). Then there are many more Wat to visit ....
I advise you also wish to visit the floating market, across the street from shops Vedema tours there. The price varies (200-250 BTH, but is the same), the only lead you to a nearby village, then you have to buy a ticket to go there by boat 300bth that costs more per person.
Who also want to go see the Ayuthaya (ancient capital of Thailand), but if the tour has already needs another day, because the floating market and Ayuthaya are only in the morning, then has to be different days. This tour costs an average 600bth already lunch (bus trip to and from the boat).
Plane ride back to 00:30 held by Swiss Air. The plane was very recent. House seat had a TV with several lines in numerous films and also had individual and collective games you could play against other people on the plane.
We chose this flight because we managed to get home the same day without having to spend the night at an airport in Europe

Date of stay: August 2011
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4  Thank Zeca1981
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Reviewed 7 August 2011

I was here in May 2011 for 4 nights, as a part of my honeymoon trip. I had read reviews from this site and are very true. The pictures which the hotel showed during bookings were exactly what we got. No cheating. Splendid location, hospitality, very well maintained - clean & tidy. At check in the attendants recognised Mehndi on my better half's hands and feet and immediately upgraded our facility and gave us a honeymoon suite without extra charges. Indian cuisine are available around this hotel. Would surely recommend all Indians who want to optimize the spending amount. Worth more than what we pay. Excellent holiday. There is also a swimming pool on the terrace at 20 th floor. Which is a once in a life time experience for me at least to swim at such a height. The thai restaurant is also very delicious in case if you want to try thai food.

Date of stay: May 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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5  Thank Shantaram87
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Reviewed 29 July 2011

This was an impromptu trip to Bangkok as a friend had a voucher to use at this hotel. After reading other Tripadvisor reviews about this hotel, I was half-dreading the stay in the hotel but it wasn't as bad as I'd imagined. Yes, it's next to a cemetery (you can see it out the window while awaiting the elevators) but there were no "incidences" to report; yes - they do recycle the bedroom slippers (disgusting!) but I was prepared after reading a fellow reviewer's report, so checked the unwrapped slippers when I got into the room and saw dark marks where the previous occupants' dirty feet had marked the slippers (both pairs!). The hotel would do better NOT to supply slippers than to recycle them and risk getting such negative comments. Breakfast was a 3/10 - same menu both days we were there but was included. There were some "unsavoury" guests who were prodding the bread rolls with their fingers to check how fresh they were so do give the rolls a miss!
On the plus side - large, clean rooms with aircon that actually works according to the temperatures you set them (not like those which you set to 15 deg C and still get 30 deg C!); very courteous staff who greet you every time they see you (I was greeted by 5 different staff as I walked across the lobby - embarrassing! but better than 5 who ignore you like you were invisible!); great location - about 10 mins walk from Chong Nonsi BTS station (the one that goes to MBK and Siam Square!); walking distance to the Chao Phraya River, 20 mins taxi ride to Platinum Mall (nice hotel guard will get a taxi for you while you wait in the cool lobby).
In summary, better than expected stay, but I'd probably stay somewhere else next time. Tip: Apparently this hotel is also known as Unico, and there's another one somewhere else in Bangkok, so print out the map of the Furama Silom (from their website) as the taxi from the airport didn't know where it was until I gave him the map.

Date of stay: July 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Anne C
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Reviewed 6 July 2011

newly renovated rooms but spacious toilet and bath... value included breakfast buffet which for the price we paid is not bad... small gym room just to sweat it out... location very accessible.. over-all good value for money we paid for the superior double room... on the downside, yes its beside a cementery and no security from the entrance to the rooms using the elevators so anyone from the streets can just go up in the rooms and knock on your doors...

Date of stay: May 2011
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Thank bosschief2011
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