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This was our first visit to Bangkok, I did not arrange the booking and wish I had of done some research rather than trust the person who did. The hotel is under refurbishment, I shared an old room with another person and cockroaches. It had...More
Stayed with friends in May 2017. This hotel is just opposite to Nana Plaza. This area is mainly for male travellers and not for family. But inside Hotel there is no disturbance. Superior Rooms are better. The hotel also has a small club inside open...More
Nana Hotel Bangkok is a beautiful hotel with proper and adequate amenties. The location was convenient. The ambience was nice and good positive vibes from the hotel lobby. The rooms were spic and span and had all the amenities. Overall a nice place to stay...More
Just a short stop in Bangkok before travelling back to Australia. Good breakfast at the hotel to start the day. Sky train was just a stone's throw away. Plenty of clubs and pubs in the area. Nana plaza.
This hotel is slowly undergoing and few rooms revamp. It’s old, tourist info centre only think about themselves and will push what they want onto you, don’t even get me started on the in room massage available 🙁, If you are family don’t stay here,...More
With a mix of shopping malls, hip bars and food stalls lining both sides of Thailand’s longest road, you’ll rarely encounter a dull moment along Sukhumvit. While the main road itself doesn't offer a lot in terms of entertainment, it's the adjoining 'sois' (alleys) where the magic happens. Popular spots are soi 11 for a lively night out, soi 4 for naughty nightlife and soi 21 for world-class shopping at Terminal 21. It's
hard to cover everything this area has to offer in on day, so be sure to take your time. Sukhumvit is heavily congested with traffic during day and night, so getting from A to B is most convenient using the BTS Skytrain right above it.
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I think you will find that Indians aren't always welcome in certain venues, girlie bars and some hotels in Thailand because they want more than a bargain for their money.. This is something which I read on a message board... More
I think you will find that Indians aren't always welcome in certain venues, girlie bars and some hotels in Thailand because they want more than a bargain for their money.. This is something which I read on a message board written by a local expat. I am sure that you will find somewhere as unless they can afford to be fussy....they won't turn your money away and they are not like the UK.....if you play up over there.....you might just regret it. Thail people like to deal with trouble in their own way and usually the police won't take a farangs side over a Thai person.