Centre Point Sukhumvit 10
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentre Point Sukhumvit 10 Bangkok
Centre Point is a chain of once executive apartments now in the process of converting to hotels. There are a few of them through the city. The Sukhumvit facility is conveniently located in close proximity to both the Skytrain (BTS) and the Underground (MRT), restaurants, bars, entertainment venues and, importantly, two lovely parks, Chuvit Gardens and the much larger and ornate Benjakitti Park. There is, therefore, ready access to all the attractions for which Bangkok is famous (and infamous) and others for which it should be but isn't. The parks are delightful and offer a refuge from the frantic streets. Centre Point itself is a haven of tranquility, luxury and service that in other landmark cities, (and others of less distinction), would cost multiples more. There is, in this city, a good chance of being overwhelmed by its crowds, noise, pollution and disorder. Accommodation at Centre Point is the perfect counter strategy. All that is Bangkok is easily accessible and the best of Bangkok discretion, comfort and care is immediately at hand. Of the many places of accommodation I have encountered in Bangkok, it is the Sukhumvit Centre Point where I will continue to stay and, likely, repeatedly return.
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