Bally's Studio Suites Sukhumvit
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBally's Studio Suites Sukhumvit Bangkok
Felt right at home due to wonderful staff, service and comfort including flat screen tv, air con that never stopped, rooftop pool which I didnt partake as always on the run, and restaurant with excellent food and prices. I spent first 6 nights at Ballys and since I still had paperwork to get for Chinese visa, soI spent another 6 nights. Accommodating staff, including the charming doormen who salute and open the door, to arranging the hotel tuktuk to take us to either Soi 18 (Closest to Asoke BTS and Terminal 21) or Soi 20 (closest to Emporium and Phrong Phom BTS. The only issue I have is the tub wasn't cleaned from day to day and the countertop in little kitchen not cleaned, and the cups etc were left to dry on the unclean countertop. Nor was the fridge clean and the little freezer needed to be defrosted. Also I only noticed the crisper was not cleaned from previous guest the last few days I was there and by that time, I thought a little to late. But overall I recommend this hotel!
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... to the town, going over much of the same tracks that were laid down when the Japanese forced thousands of men to build the railway. We spent our day in the city viewing cemeteries, the rebuilt bridge, and musuems. On our final day in Bangkok, we stayed within the city limits. The only things we had left to view were the Grand Palace and Wat Pho. I arrived at the Grand Palace in my shorts thinking nothing would be wrong. Unfortunately, shorts are ...
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