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I stayed for 2 nights before leaving Bkk, it was best choice to stay at Metropolitan.. hotel size is a bit small but have everything that I need, all the details such as cleaning, amenity, bathroom jackets, and all of employed staff customer service was...More
I've stayed at this wonderful hotel on about 6 different occasions. The vibe is low key understated luxury. It feels like an oasis of calm in what is a pretty frenetic and fast paced city. Hotel runs like an extremely well machine. On our last...More
This was our third time here and it will not be our last. From the gentle, warm welcome and refreshing drink, the easiest check-in ever, the delightful smiling staff and the lovely, clean rooms everything is still perfection. The management is caring and professional but...More
The hotel was great, calm, cool ( great aircon) black out curtains in the room, really big room, lots of natural light, a Bluetooth Bose 801 room system, I used a lot and a big TV, that I didn’t really use at all...
After much research we decided to stay at the Como Bangkok. Their spa and pool is amazing and they welcome you with the best Roselle ice tea. Mmm.. however, our view was of someone else's balcony with dirty laundry and garbage. The room itself was...More
Sathorn is Bangkok’s central business district, but here you’ll find much more than international banks and suited-up office workers. Take a stroll along the small alleys between the skyscrapers and you’ll find yourself among Bangkokians living life at a much slower pace. Feast on fantastic Thai food which you can find in the town-house restaurants, office food courts and sidewalk food stalls spread all over the
area, especially around St. Louis Hospital. A visit to Sathorn is not complete without a drink at one of the glitzy sky bars perched atop its skyscrapers.
depending on time of arrival - if off rush hours (early morning / night) then just cab from the airport more convenient. if during rush hours and you are traveling light then change from airport train to BTS and about 10... More
depending on time of arrival - if off rush hours (early morning / night) then just cab from the airport more convenient. if during rush hours and you are traveling light then change from airport train to BTS and about 10 mts walk from closest station to the hotel. quite convenient the change of trains
I would agree with others and say no. It is in a business area and the neighborhood will be deserted. Think carefully about whether you wish to be in Thailand for Songkran - it's the hottest time of the year and a lot of... More
I would agree with others and say no. It is in a business area and the neighborhood will be deserted. Think carefully about whether you wish to be in Thailand for Songkran - it's the hottest time of the year and a lot of places close. Many expats leave specifically to avoid it. There's only so much flour and water you want sprayed at you... If you want to be part of the festivities, maybe try a touristy part of town. Otherwise pick a different time of year to visit.
Response from bebe93942017 | Reviewed this property |
The staff are friendly but not considerate. My experience was if you want a tuk tuk, they helped you to find one. But they would not care if the price was reasonable or not. Maybe they think all their guests are very rich.