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We awoke just before our hotel room doorbell went off (yes.. You read that right!) Our breakfast had been delivered right to our very bed. It was wheeled in on a tray, the tray was then set out into a table and our Eggs Benedict for two was served. The BEST Eggs Benedict in the world! We ate our breakfast and looked over the morning Bangkok skyline …
Today was to be our second from last day in Thailand and we awoke knowing that we would be catching a flight from Phuket airport back up to Bangkok. We awoke in our dingy backpacker room in Phuket town and packed up all our belongings for the walk to the bus terminal. Before leaving we were given a complimentary morning cup of tea and a cupcake …
Best way to start a holiday in Thailand has to be here!
Free upgrade to a mini suite! (Well we did have to wait a whole 15minutes for the room to be ready lol).
3 rooms each with their own air con! 27th floor with free food and drinks all day in the club lounge...yummy breakfast buffet everyday with honey you slice off a piece of honey …
Arrived safe and sound to the monster that is Bangkok!
Met our wonderful guide/new friend Ying who escorted us from the airport, must have amused the locals...had our photos taken by a group of school kids on the train, couldnt tell what they were saying but all smiles.
Quick snooze in our £9 hotel, and braved a back street cafe …
Hello everyone back home, this is our update on day 3 in Bangkok. It is my turn writing today (Dan here) so you will get the details Dan style.
We were so pooped after a long first day with Mr. George that we both agreed Koh San Road was probably not a good idea as we had another early start to another great adventure and we still feel …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Banyan Tree Bangkok
I stayed at the Banyan Tree recently in a Club suite and would rate the hotel as far better than the Orienta and Peninsula. This is down to the city location and service.
Nothing was too much trouble for the staff at the Banyan. The suite was very well equipped with good bathroom and working area and there is an IT troublshooter on hand 24 hours a day.
If you don't want to splash out on the Vertigo, the Saffron restaurant serves good Thai food and is high up so there are still fantastic views of Bangkok.
Don't miss the spa treatments. They may be pricey compared to most in the city but are well worth it for the expertise of staff and ambience of the treatment rooms.
Highly reccommended and the best 5 star I have found in Bangkok.
Just spent 3 nights at the Banyan Tree Hotel, Bangkok between Christmas and New year and feel compelled to give credit, where credits due.
I had a three night stay at the Banyan Tree Bangkok.
Lovely Lovely Lovely
Banyan Tree hotel in Bangkok is a great place to be~~ O the entire hotel has this smell... smell soooooooo good. Bed was great! View was great! I found the hallway little bit old but still very lovely. Overall this place is excellent for romantic get away and also business trip as well!
Bangkok is the place to be ..
Read the previous post! I had the same experience !
The Banyan Tree is a very good 5 star hotel, good location, good facilities, lovely rooms. I would recommend upgrading to the club floor for the variety of benefits such as free drinks etc.
I stayed at the Banyan Tree Hotel in April of 2004. The rooms were very clean and luxurious. The view was spectacular since this hotel is at least 30 stories high. The staff was extremely courteous and helpful. I ordered some candles to make the mood more romantic. I was expecting a few wax candles. However, they brought 9 or 10 beautiful liquid red candles which were more than we could ask for. Their breakfast buffet has a great view as well as good food. I would certainly stay here again if I was to return to Bangkok.
Do you like being treated as a guest or a profit centre?
It's a beautiful hotel but the service lets it down. We continually felt as though the only concern of the hotel was to increase their revenue from us. It was small subtle things but everpresent. That is not to say that the rooms were not nice but it is a bit disconcerting to have price tags on EVERYTHING. Give me a break. The vertigo restaurant, though, is quite amazing and worth visiting (although not cheap).
I think there are much better values in Bangkok such as my favorite, the sukhothai, located next door.
After four weeks traveling around Europe and staying mostly in Hotels with small rooms that provide basic facilities at a not so small prices, we thought we would spoil ourselves on our stop-over on the way home, and stay at the Banyan Tree Bangkok.
Top of the World
You simply must go to Vertigo!
It may be considered an expensive dinner by Bangkok standards, but they throw the view in for free, so a bargain in reality.
It is wonderfully romantic, at least have a cocktail.
The Banyan Tree is superb. Our room, no sorry, our suite on the 55th floor (the club floor) had wall to floor windows with amazing views over Bangkok, you could see for miles, well if the smog wasn't to thick you could. The staff were extremely helpful and polite - even recommending a hairdressers in Siam for my girlfriend as the salon in the hotel was booked up. Tip for any girls going to Thailand and are thinking about having a haircut before your holiday - don't !! Have one when you get to Bangkok for a complete new hairstyle , wash, etc it came to approx a fiver - absolute bargain - can't remember the name of the hairdressers but it was one of the main ones in the Siam Centre.