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Reflections is fantastic - each room is quirky and original, designed and furnished by a local artist. There are thoughtful touches like a small library, and a mini-balcony outside the room with a rack to hang our wet clothes on in addition to expected amenities...More
Reflections was an interesting stay. You get a huge, well-decorated, quirky room that is an experience on its own. Though, the room that I got had toys that were pretty dusty, and the shower head was broken. I find it annoying to bathe with a...More
stayed here for a night - perfect location if you want to do some serious shopping at chatuchak weekend market - the hotel has a super cute tuktuk that takes you there which saves you a lot of trouble. very cute decor around the hotel...More
My stay 4 days 3 night stay at Reflection is priceless and people still envy the room i have chosen (room 414). 1500 Thai Baht per night is affordable and it comes with Breakfast and free tuk-tuk service every 45minutes to Chatucak Weekend Market any...More
We were here for the Thai new year, and this was definitely one of the best hotels we have stayed in, and certainly one of Bangkok's finest. Reflections is not a 5 star hotel in the traditional sense of being a grand old building with...More
US$56 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Home to at least a dozen hip coffee shops, sophisticated boutiques and some seriously fine restaurants, Ari is the newest epicentre of Bangkok cool. Fleeing from the skyrocketing rents in Thonglor and Ekamai, many young urbanites made Ari their new home. This mostly residential neighbourhood outside the city centre isn't much of a trendy area on first sight, but if you scratch the surface of government
buildings and noodle shops, you'll find out that there's loads of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Bring a local friend or do your research on beforehand to avoid missing out on all the fun.