The room I received was just like the photos I had seen on the
web. It was stunning.
A jewel-bedecked yet mysterious temptress.
The complimentary breakfast was quite good, there was a variety of
hot and cold items, local fruits, fresh juices, and the restaurant
setting was attractive. The coffee was either more strong or more
bitter than any I had ever encountered before - I normally don't add
sugar, but I needed to add several here.
All the food and drink in the minibar was complimentary.
One complaint is that rooms were serviced and towels replaced
twice per day. When I had only one night left at the hotel, I asked
that my towels not be replaced or room serviced, but when I went out
for the evening, someone came in and replaced towels. However, the
staff were courteous, conscientious, willing to offer assistance, and
the problem may have been related to a communication/language
There is wifi in the rooms, but I had trouble getting it to work.
Members of staff offered to help me with it. There is a laptop
connected to the internet for use in the hotel foyer.
In the morning, there was not much going on in the streets, but
by nighttime, the streets were very crowded. The hotel was located in
Chinatown, a particularly lively and diverse part of Bangkok.
Tuk-tuks can be hired right outside the hotel.
Yet another ideal spot for a tryst with a lover.