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  1. #6602

    Mercure Grand Sukhumvit 11.

    What is the status of this hotel previously it was the president palace.

    Is this still girl friendly as before or changed with the new brand.

  2. #6601
    Quote Originally Posted by Broxy  [View Original Post]
    Can anyone suggest good 4 star hotel very near to Asoke BTS? Anyway suggestions. Much appreciated.
    The Continent is another good choice. A min. Away from Soi Cowboy. A bit pricey but it top floor continent sky rooms have a great view.

  3. #6600

    Grand Center Point Terminal 21.

    Is a really good choice.

    I stayed there many times and it's a really good Hotel.

    I will stay there in March again for 1 week.

  4. #6599
    Quote Originally Posted by JAKarl  [View Original Post]
    Hello!

    Planning a trip to Bangkok this spring and I'm thinking about the S15 Hotel right on the corner of Soi15/ Sukhumvit Road.

    Anyone know if it's ok to bring a girl back to your room in this hotel?
    I've done it before with no problems.

  5. #6598

    Grand Center Point Terminal 21

    Quote Originally Posted by Broxy  [View Original Post]
    Can anyone suggest good 4 star hotel very near to Asoke BTS? Anyway suggestions. Much appreciated.
    One of the most convenient hotels on the Suk. Asoke Bts station and the wonderful T21 food court and shopping center. Also supermarket below.

    Movie theaters, game rooms many small resto's.

    Soi Cowboy right around the corner and MRT to other points in Bkk.

    RL.

  6. #6597
    Quote Originally Posted by Broxy  [View Original Post]
    Can anyone suggest good 4 star hotel very near to Asoke BTS? Anyway suggestions. Much appreciated.
    You're probably looking for closer but I can always recommend you Hotel Mermaid Bangkok. Go for the corner suite king bed with balcony which cost you about USD 75 excluding breakfast. Have been staying there for 4 or 5 times now and have been very happy. 5 minutes walking distance from Asoke and Soi Cowboy.

    Another one which is near Asoke is Park Plaza Sukhumvit very near to Asoke. Stayed in Deluxe corner room which are nice as well but for some reason they're double the price comparing with Mermaid Bangkok.

  7. #6596

    Help.

    Can anyone suggest good 4 star hotel very near to Asoke BTS? Anyway suggestions. Much appreciated.

  8. #6595

    President Solitaire area

    I noticed when I was last in BKK six months ago the the President Solitaire at the end of Soi's 11 and 13 is being redeveloped.

    https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/President+Solitaire+Hotel / at 13.7435041,100.5575499,16.73 z / data=!4 m5!3 m4!1 s0 x0:0 xd379 c8611 b7 d6 f0!8 m2!3 d13.745117!4 d100.5574255.

    Anyone familiar with what is going in there after the redevelopment? Chain hotel or apartments?

    Thanks.

  9. #6594
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny12  [View Original Post]
    Hey Natty, Thanks for the kind comments, and hope I don't seem like I'm stalking you. I'm tempted to stay at the Grand Hyatt Erawan next time I'm in Bangkok. Any experience there? I like that area of town, and have trekked over to Spasso's at the Grand Hyatt when staying nearby at the Intercontinental and Four Seasons. It would be nice to be in the same building.

    I'm not as fond of the Grand Hyatt Jakarta as you are. I was last there about 5 years ago, and it was getting a little worn around the edges. I prefer the Mulia or the Shangrila. The Mulia is nicer, and both have hot and cold running women, at CJ's and BATS.
    Grand Hyatt Erawan is great. The Hyatt in Jakarta has been renovated since you were last there, I stayed there quite often around 18 months ago.

  10. #6593
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]
    As I am sure you are aware, Hyatt is expanding into BKK big time. In addition to the Grand Hyatt Erawan, which has been around for a long time and is still a pretty nice hotel, and the 5-star Hyatt Park, where you stayed, they have recently opened up a Hyatt Place on Soi 24 almost directly opposite many favorite oily massage shops LOL, and they plan to open soon a Hyatt Regency on Sukhumvit and Soi 13. More quality hotels means more available rooms means relative prices will remain low, although it also means expect MORE tourists!

    The Hyatt Park is a little too rich for my blood, but the basement food court in the Central Embassy Mall adjacent to the Hyatt Park is really good, expensive too, but maybe the best mall food court in BKK. The food is a lot better than the T21 food court, IMHO, and it is a lot less crowded.
    I stayed at the Hyatt place on Si 24 just after is opened. Rooms are a bit small but it's really good value and the location is reasonable good. Not much of a walk to the BTS. I pretty much exclusively stay at the Hyatt if there is one where I'm going. Agree the Grand Hyatt in Jakarta is one of the best. Rooms are absolutely huge. I think the best I've stayed in would be the Park Hyatt in Seoul. Grand Hyatt in Seoul is also nice and it's handy to hooker hill if the weather is nice, pretty easy walk. The Hyatt is Singapore is pretty good too and it's in a great location.

  11. #6592
    FWIW, the only good thing about that Grand Hyatt is that you can run around (a long way) to Dunkin Donuts and pick up a dozen before heading out. Close to where the bomb went off. As the other posters have said, there are pluses and minus to all the hotels, like the long quiet walks at the Sukhothai.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny12  [View Original Post]
    Hey Natty, Thanks for the kind comments, and hope I don't seem like I'm stalking you. I'm tempted to stay at the Grand Hyatt Erawan next time I'm in Bangkok. Any experience there? I like that area of town, and have trekked over to Spasso's at the Grand Hyatt when staying nearby at the Intercontinental and Four Seasons. It would be nice to be in the same building..

  12. #6591
    Hey Natty, Thanks for the kind comments, and hope I don't seem like I'm stalking you. I'm tempted to stay at the Grand Hyatt Erawan next time I'm in Bangkok. Any experience there? I like that area of town, and have trekked over to Spasso's at the Grand Hyatt when staying nearby at the Intercontinental and Four Seasons. It would be nice to be in the same building.

    I'm not as fond of the Grand Hyatt Jakarta as you are. I was last there about 5 years ago, and it was getting a little worn around the edges. I prefer the Mulia or the Shangrila. The Mulia is nicer, and both have hot and cold running women, at CJ's and BATS.

  13. #6590

    Hyatt

    Quote Originally Posted by Kerrstar  [View Original Post]
    I've stayed at the Park Hyatt, it's a great hotel and the location is better than the Grand Hyatt. Reasonably easy walk to Nana and cheap taxi back.
    I frequently stay at various Asian Hyatt Hotels. The Grand Hyatt Jakarta is one of my favorite hotels due to its central location, large standard rooms, and amazing swimming pool / garden space.

    I have also stayed at the Hyatt City of Dreams in Manila. Its not as nice a hotel as the Grand in Jakarta, but it is very convenient to be part of the City of Dreams gambling complex with it's 24-hour restaurants and a couple of high class nightclub pickup joints. It is almost like a mini Macau. 555. Only the food is not as good.

    As I am sure you are aware, Hyatt is expanding into BKK big time. In addition to the Grand Hyatt Erawan, which has been around for a long time and is still a pretty nice hotel, and the 5-star Hyatt Park, where you stayed, they have recently opened up a Hyatt Place on Soi 24 almost directly opposite many favorite oily massage shops LOL, and they plan to open soon a Hyatt Regency on Sukhumvit and Soi 13. More quality hotels means more available rooms means relative prices will remain low, although it also means expect MORE tourists!

    The Hyatt Park is a little too rich for my blood, but the basement food court in the Central Embassy Mall adjacent to the Hyatt Park is really good, expensive too, but maybe the best mall food court in BKK. The food is a lot better than the T21 food court, IMHO, and it is a lot less crowded.

  14. #6589

    The Mandarin Oriental

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny12  [View Original Post]
    I only smuggled one woman into the hotel, whose physical appearance was as described, and it was late at night. I told her before our date to dress conservatively and it went in one ear and out the other. Also I told the bellman before I left the hotel that evening I had a date, and asked him if there would be a problem bringing her back if I got lucky. He was entertained by that and told me no, and he'd give reception a heads up.

    No problem going in, but she and I got the third degree leaving at about 6:00 AM, which was a problem because I had a flight that morning and not a lot of time to burn. Also they were supposed to give me a free night so I was arguing about that at the same time they were inquisitioning me about the unregistered guest.

    The part about walking past society matrons was fiction, but if you walk through the lobby during the daytime there's a good chance you'll run across Thai hi so types. They seem to attract a lot of local business for events and meetings. I would not recommend the Mandarin Oriental if you're going to bring back dates, even though there was no joiner charge.
    Great report Tiny. A high-class joint like the Mandarin should not have given you or your girl any trouble under any circumstances, but your simultaneous early morning checkout & the girly departure was apparently too much to handle efficiently for one of their front desk employees. In the end I hope you received your free night.

    When I stayed there in '89 it was still just the Oriental, a very historic and special BKK hotel. I think it is still a pretty good 5 star, but it's obvious that individual service and attention has declined a wee bit since the hotel became a part of the huge Mandarin Hotel chain. I wouldn't consider staying there again unless I were bringing an American girlfriend to BKK. But the idea of bringing sand to this particular beach is loco IMHO.

  15. #6588

    S15 Hotel Sukhumvit Soi 15.

    Hello!

    Planning a trip to Bangkok this spring and I'm thinking about the S15 Hotel right on the corner of Soi15/ Sukhumvit Road.

    Anyone know if it's ok to bring a girl back to your room in this hotel?

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