Baiyoke Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBaiyoke Boutique Hotel Bangkok
10 floor small hotel. Its biggest advantage that it is a branch of Baioke Sky. Guests of Baiyoke Boutique have 2 times discount for visiting Sky reastaurant, museum, swimming pool (the highest in Asia - on the floor 21) and view point.
Also Boutique is situated near Baiyoke Sky, which can be seen from every point in the city. So you will never get lost.
Stafa is helpful, internet is expensive, food is great.
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