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We stayed at Reflections for one night, having arrived in Bangkok after a long flight. We found the staff to be extremely friendly and helpful. The hotel is VERY quirky and original. The hotel and facilities are excellent and the pool/restaurant area is very colourful,...More
WE (me and my best friend) stayed in reflections for two days as part of our 3 week stay in Thailand and couldn't of been happier with it, we loved our room, it was perfect for two jet lagged travelers in need of some colourful...More
We also stayed in Room 209 which we found wonderful. I think as long as you go expecting a quirky edge to your accomadation then you will be impressed. This is not the spotlessly clean, slickly run hotel that many 4* plus's are but then...More
We stayed in room 209 which wasn't too OTT, it was nice to have pet fish for 3 nights. They are in a large tank seperating the toilet and the bedroom. Reflections isn't a posh hotel.
close to Ari skytrain stop...More
My teenage daughter decided on this hotel on the sight of its photos on the web. But, when you really see it, it is mainly strong impressions made by coarse paint, and paint is still annoyingly smelly. The halls are dusty. The showerhead is broken....More
US$56 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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