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I picked Talai Suites for a recent stay because I wanted to try a new hotel. It's a small place in a good location on Surawong Road directly across from Silom Soi Thaniya. The immediate area is well know for its Japanese bars, restaurants, and...More
This hotel is a japanese-owned hotel and thus its cleanliness is observed at all times. it is situated near sala daeng station in just about 5 minutes walk and is along the busy street just across phat phong so if you're a city lover like...More
I really like this small new hotel in one of the best locations in Bangkok. The rooms are brand new and very comfortable. The rates are more than reasonable. I don't understand why anyone would claim it's "seedy" when it's anything but. Maybe instead of...More
Still new, but the low quality of the amenities and the seediness of the place will ensure it looks run-down pretty soon. Tuck yourself up under a smelly blanket with NO cover or sleep without one. Cover the toilet seat before you sit on it....More
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Despite the lack of any major tourist attractions, this lively neighborhood is a favorite of many. Whether it's the (somewhat naughty) nightlife of Soi Patpong, the various handicraft night markets or the plethora of dining options that tickle your fancy, a night out in Silom is a must on every itinerary. It's worth a stop during daytime, too: join office workers on a quest to tasty street food during lunch and shop
at Silom Complex for a great mix of Thai and international stores. After a day of strolling around the congested sidewalks, a visit to Silom's Lumphini Park, Bangkok's answer to NYC's Central Park, is a welcome change of scenery.