7 comments on “A First-Timer’s Guide to Centrally-located Hotels in Bangkok / Part 3

  1. SABAI-ESTATE Serviced apartment for both short-term and long-term rent on Silom 9 / Sathorn 10. Practical, convenient, and environmental friendly, it is an ideal residence. for any foreign visitors or ex-parts working in Bangkok.

  2. Wonderful hotel guide…thank you! I had a jolly good stay at a beautiful cheap hotel in Bangkok arranged by a website that gave me and outstanding collection of quality hotels in Bangkok with modest discount rates. I would love to go back again!

  3. This is definitely helpful. I also agree with your statement that after your first visit to Bangkok — you would find Sukhumvit as a very good destination compared to Silom and Siam. With your tips — someone going to Bangkok has a great place to start. For Regina’s last visit — since Thailand was just a jump-off point to her trip to Cambodia … she opted for Centre point wireless/ploenchit. I don’t think it’s actually on the road … but it’s within the neighborhood. It’s priced well ( 60 USD ) and it comes with really good breakfast.

    • Lord, Centrepoint Wireless is situated right between Siam Square/Chitlom and Sukhumvit – in the Embassy Row to be exact – reason why I did not include it in either group. She really got a good rate.

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