Dynasty Grande Hotel

Address: 21 Sukhumvit 6 Road, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo), Golden Mount, Anantasamakom Throne Hall, and Nana Plaza.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Dynasty Grande Hotel Bangkok

      Ausgezeichnetes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis

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      Wir fanden, dass das Hotel ein ausgezeichnetes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis bietet. Die Zimmer und Badezimmer sind herrlich groß. Im Restaurant gibt es ausgezeichnetes Essen. Das Hotel befindet sich zwar nicht in der besten Lage in Bangkok, aber nur 5-10 Minuten von der Nana-Skytrain-Station entfernt - allerdings muss man ein paar Striptease-Bars passieren. Das Personal war freundlich und das Frühstück sehr gut. Alles in allem ein sehr hübsches Hotel - wir würden auf jeden Fall wieder hier absteigen, wenn wir in Bangkok sind.

      Gran relación calidad-precio

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      Encontramos que este hotel tenía una gran relación calidad-precio. Excelente habitación y lavabo de gran tamaño. Excelente comida servida en el restaurante. No está en el mejor sitio de Bangkok pero sí a 5-10 minutos de la estación de tren Nana sky- aunque tienes que pasar por algunos bares de chicas para ir ahí. El personal era amable y el desayuno muy bueno. En resumen un hotel muy bueno-sin duda alguna me volvería a alojar aquí cuando estuviera por Bangkok.

      Bangkoks best kept secret!!

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      After having no luck finding a hotel available near nana a friend recommended this place. A quite new hotel situated just off soi 4 in the sukhomvit. Slightly more than i wanted to pay but once there it was worth it. Lovely room, great pool and gym and great location. A great stay.

      Buen hotel, bien situado

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      Estuve aquí tres noches-recomendado por un amigo de un amigo. El hotel es bastante caro, unos 2200 B, bien situado y limpio. El personal es amable y la piscina bonita y agradable ya que está en medio del calor de la ciudad. Desde aquí también reservamos el Dinasty Resort de Pattaya. Es incluso mejor que el hotel hermano de Bangkok. (Escribiré esta reseña en la web de Pattaya).

      Good hotel, well located

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      Stayed here 3 nites - recommended by a friend of a friend. The hotel is fairly priced, about 2200 B, well located and clean. Staff are friendly and pool is nice to use in the middle of the hot city. We also booked from here the Dynasty Resort in Pattaya. It is even better than the Bangkok sister hotel. (will write that review on Pattaya site.)

      I love it

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      The Dynasty Inn Grand is a very nice hotel with very friendly staff. Near Nana entertainment plaza. It is only a 5 minutes walk to the sky train station The food is great and inexpensive. The rooms are nice and big. Internet connection is free of charge. You just ask for a wire at the front desk. I have stayed serveral times at this hotel. the rates are with 2280 Bhat sure at the uper range. Especially as breakfast is not included. I am a little bit disappointed, that they build a nightclub since my last stay in November 2006.

      Nearly very good...

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      Stayed here in December 2006, and overall was quite impressed with the hotel. The rooms are spacious and clean, the staff are friendly and helpful, the pool is perfect and they have a clear, realistic pricing policy.

      However, it's not all good. The walls are paper thin to the point where you will always hear next doors TV if it's on, and when I was there they were building a spa and nightclub underneath the main building of the hotel. I managed to get them to move me to the top floor, but you could still hear the hammering from there, God only knows what will happen when they turn the music on in the nightclub. There is also a whopping great gap underneath the door to the room, all three days I stayed there I was woken up by the radio thingys that the maids carry around with them. You will also find that when another guest closes a room door the bed shakes.

      If you don't mind a little bit of daytime noise this hotel is great, if you like your sleep first thing in the morning avoid, there are other places in Bangkok that are just as good value for money. It's a shame, if the builders had spent a little bit more money on the quality of the build this hotel would have been perfect.

      Quiet, Clean, Friendly

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      Having stayed at Nana Hotel, I was fed up with the unfriendly staff, housekeepers sleeping in the hallways, half-eaten food laying around, the smell of decades-old decor, noisy environment, etc, etc. A friend staying at the Dynasty Grande suggested I try his hotel Since it's only a block away, around the corner, I did exactly that.

      Immediately, upon entering, I noticed the quiet, calming presence of the lobby/reception area, the staff smiling as if I was a frequent customer, and the noticably spotless floors. This, my friends, is how a hotel should be, and for the price, location, and friendliness, you can't beat it.

      The rooms are quite modern and comfortable, as the hotel just opened less than two years ago, with large tv, in-room safe, and state-of-the-art airconditioning system.

      They were still building it when I stayed there, but what was there was just beautiful, including a very large swimming pool. The only noticeable inconvenience was that I had to go up to my room to use the toilet. Perhaps now they've added some facilities on the same level. Otherwise, no complaints.

      Though breakfast was not included with the room, the restaurant serves up good food relatively fast, and my friend and I stole Wi-Fi internet signals from close-by as we ate our breakfasts on the hotel's outdoor patio adjacent to the restaurant.

      All in all, an excellent hotel for the money...quiet, clean and friendly. Will stay there again this year.

      The best midprice hotel near Nana

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      Stayed for 3 nights ( 6th,7th & 8th Dec 2006 ) on 6th floor room.

      Thai Baht 2,280 per night with no complimentary breakfast nor morning newspaper available throughtout my stay.

      Located less than 5 minutes leisurely walk from lobby steps to Nana BTS skytrain steps.

      About 7 minutes walk to Nana Entertainment Plaza.

      Do not take taxi parked on road near hotel and you will not get cheated. Taxi fare to Suvarnbhumi Airport via Rama IX highway on a Saturday in the early afternoon was Baht 195 plus 65 for toll.

      The trip was fast and traffic jam free.

      Staff are very friendly, courteous and willing to help.

      Nice equiped gym, okay size swimming pool with sun chairs and deck chairs.

      Room are a good size. Fully stock mini bar with daily complimentary 2 bottles of drinking water , tea and coffee ( Nescafe and Lipton in sachets ), hot water for making coffee via an electric kettle. 29 inches flat screen Samsung TV with remote control and with very clear reception with multiple channels such as 5 Thai channels, BBC, NHK, a French, a German, Aussie TV channels, music, ESPN, STAR Sports, STAR Cinema, etc.

      Two phones in room. Room have a new but small electronic safe

      with personal 4 digit combination or by using your own credit card magnetic strip to swipe/open/close the safe.

      Two seater sofa with black marble top coffee table. Sofa is fake leather but soft and comfortable.

      Writing desk with no mirror in front of you. With a hanging light above and with a high back chair with armrests and with wheels ( like in an office ).

      Bathroom is spotless. Very clean with toiletaries. Bath tub with shower, another area for shower, and the toilet bowl and sink.

      Room walls are all wooden ( not painted, no wall paper ). Floor is carpet ( a little worn ) and marble.

      Lobby, restaurant staff are very helpful and attentive. Lobby, restaurant ( inside air conditioned and outside where it is next to thstreet ) are very clean, with almost new furnishing. Lighting everywhere is adequate.

      Very fast returned replies from front desk on my inquires about hotel.

      Highly recommended and will surely stay here again and again ( i am not a tourist but a regular visitor to BKK for short asignments ).

      A Diamond in a coalmine!

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      The Dynasty Inn Grande, not be confused with Dynasty Inn. is a great hotel. This hotel is one of the best is the Nana Section. It is not seedy like the rest of the hotels. Everything is new in the rooms. The bathrooms have a shower and separate soaking tub, The staff is very helpful. I had an issue with a package that was supposed to be delivered, but we were heading to Pattaya. I asked the front desk if they were able to call the tailor and have them deliver it to the other hotel. They were more than willing to help. There is a internet connection in the room for the laptop. Not wireless, just ask for a ethernet cable at the front desk. The continental breakfast in the restaurant was good. I truly recommend this hotel if you are staying in that section. The best!!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Dynasty Grande Hotel Bangkok

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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