Gardengrove Suites Boutique Serviced Residence
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Gardengrove Suites Boutique Serviced Residence
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Gardengrove Suites Boutique Serviced Residence Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... explored the huge Palace area, excepting the inner area which was reserved for Royalty. We actually felt like royalty with our private tours. Yesterday we employed 4 people for he day plus a couple more helpers for part of the day. Oh, and we had exclusive use of a Mahoot and elephant and over 300km of transport by car and transport by bike, kayak and raft. As we had paid relatively little and well in advance we were taken aback at each turn at the splendid ...
Jamie helps me to formulate and finalise the design for a couple of stamps for Grownups Playgroup as they make them cheaply in Bangkok and even better, while you wait! He puts the final designs onto a thumb drive and once the shopping list is written and a route decided on we head out to our first stop, MBK, also known as Mahboonkrong. It's a large shopping mall, eight stories high with around 2,000 ...
... your body pay between £10-£15 and you'll get a really good one - Communication is really an issue with Thai people, in specific taxi drivers. Due to the Thai and Latin alphabet, taxi drivers can't seem to understand so get that destination written in Thai by your hotel. Saying that, taxi drivers actually need to be told where to go anyway, so get a GPS app and use it religiously - As the football chant goes, "There's only one toast in Asia", to ...
... so we decided to just book it ourselves. On the way back we had to stop of at yet another shop, this time, it was a jewelry and bag shop, obviously we didn't buy anything and got back in and went back to our hostel.
The Tuk Tuk was good fun, they all drive a bit metal but thats Thailand for you.
we decided we were going to fly to chiang Mai although it was a little more expensive, it only took a hour and saves us faffing around trying to find the bus ...
... Very steep stairs. Some people were quite scared climbing them but I skipped up them like it was nothing. If you can climb a mountain then you will have no problem climbing these stairs. You will be well rewarded when you reach the top. You actually don't go all the way to the top but about the middle there is a balcony surrounding the temple.
I was there during prime time on a Sunday afternoon about 1pm. It is very busy at that time. I would imagine ...