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For 4 successive years, my family spent our Christmas holiday in Bangkok, Thailand. Again we stayed at Indra Regent Hotel. The hotel room is very clean and well maintained. The staff are kind, accommodating and very helpful especially Mr. Bob, Thammarat and Maturada. We love...More
Strictly for budget travellers. The only good thing about the property is the location and the shopping mall attached to the hotel. They also have a Mcdonald at
the hotel lobby.
l will never stay back as internet is not free
and also lots of...More
Stayed one night in the Indra Regent and I have to say, although the hotel is showing it's age, rooms were still pretty decent and the beds were comfortable. Breakfast spread was also pretty acceptable
Location-wise, the hotel is conveniently located within walking distance to...More
This hotel was great in its day about 1985 !! But apart from being a little dated , staff not the best in Bangkok there okay but don't go the extra mile like most , it's also right on the busy road which over the...More
We stayed in the hotel for 2 nights with my parents. Room was average. Garbage bins were full of food stain with no lining. Despite awarded a 4 star, there are no toiletries provided. wifi is chargeable at THB250 per hour , avaialble at the...More
Response from kobirosenwasser | Reviewed this property |
Coming by Taxi from the airport (both airports) to the Indra main entrance requires a D tour (since Rachaprarop road is a one way street) which at rush hour may take extra 15 minutes. personally, comming from Suvarnabumi I... More
Coming by Taxi from the airport (both airports) to the Indra main entrance requires a D tour (since Rachaprarop road is a one way street) which at rush hour may take extra 15 minutes. personally, comming from Suvarnabumi I prefer taking the City line Sky train (NOT the Airport Link as it doesn't stop at Rachaprarop station) get of at Rachaprarop station and walk the 200 meters. In this case I use the back entrance through the Indra square (under the foot bridge) or alternatively you may enter via the McDonald's back door.
Another way is tell the taxi to stop at the Rachaprarop Sky Train station (from Rama IV exist to Rachaprarop , turn left and stop under the Sky train bridge) and walk. if you dont like to walk let the taxi make the long D tour via Payathai, Petchburi and come on Rachaprarope from the opposite side. just before the hotel there is a small left turn to a roundabout which leads to the Indra main entrance.