Grand Tower Inn Sukhumvit 55
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?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Tower Inn Sukhumvit 55 Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
... br> When it comes to payday loans, each company is different. In addition
to different interest rates, payback periods, and fees, many companies
utilize different mediums to grant their loans. The two primary types of
loan lenders are online and onsite: online lenders provide quick loans
over the internet, while ...
... It was interesting. As we learned the Thai have seven colors for the days. So is one has a special connection with a certain day one uses that color. Like when one would be born on Wednesday and starts a company pink would be prominent. So therefore actually only seven colors are present in daily life, of which yellow is the most important as it stands for Buddhism and the birthday of the King. We walked across the flower market. Amazing. ...
... was in danger or that it could get out of hand.
This evening we went to a Thai dance/cultural show called Siam Niramit. Because of the 10:00pm Martial Law curfew, the show was moved up an hour (little changes like that are all that I have really noticed with the political unrest). Before the show we got to hangout with elephants, so I had to take a few selfies - praise the booty. Technically, the show was the most ...
... to connect in Delhi and then was on my last flight back to Kathmandu. It was actually nice flying into Kathmandu during the day. I could see the whole valley and the surrounding mountains. My organizational skills are starting to slip as I am getting tired of traveling. I had moved my passport/visa photos to some unknown location and I needed up having to get knew photos done before getting my visa this ...
When we arrived at The Grand Palace we were told to come back in another hour when it would open up to the public again. The gentleman we spoke to arranged a tuk tuk to take us to get a boat where we had an hours tour along the canal which was fun! Saw a very miniature floating market where I bought a stylish SE Asian hat, bartered down to 300 baht :) we saw a variety of houses ...