Le Fenix Sukhumvit

33/33 Sukhumvit 11, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by thielinasia


Highlights: Bangkok

Bangkok was the complete contrast of HK---HK is chaotic but in a more organized way. I was engulfed by both the good and bad smells of the city and the street food was

My first tuk tuk ride---I was in heaven. How come we do not have these in the states.

Taking the …


A travel blog entry by srb013


Thurs. Nov 26, 2009
Dreary travel day spent on a bus filled with burnt brake fluid fumes. The VIP bus was decidedly un-VIP. The ferry ride back to the mainland was okay though.

We got back to Bangkok just as the sun was setting, and hailed a cab over to our hotel which was in the upscale/"Embassy" district. If you ever go to Bangkok, …

Back to the Bangkok

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

This is a top pick!

We are back in Bangkok after a 3 ride from Ko Chang. Yesterday checked into a French owned hotel called "Le Fenix" on Soi 11(Soi means a small road in Thai) which just happens to be across the street from our old Soi 8 address. After sundown, we went walking the streets looking at the shops, street vendors and for a place to eat dinner. At night …

More Than a Taxi...

A travel blog entry by zuleima


... waste because Monica ended up making some pretty awesome purchases.

Anyways, we finally making it to the Grand Palace. We were told to go after 1:30 PM because that is when they finish there prayer. We then paid the driver and went on our way to the Grand Palace. However, when walking towards the Grand Palace, they told us it was closed until 3:00 PM. We were confused being that we thought it opened at 1:30 PM. So to waste time we walked around a little bit, ...

Flowers and tears

A travel blog entry by currin


... Yellow – signifies the Middle Path, that is, the complete absence of form and emptiness; Red – symbolizes achievement, wisdom, virtue, fortune, and dignity; White – stand for purity and emancipation; Orange – the essence of Buddhism which is full of wisdom, strength and dignity.


We followed Ole to the Warorot ...

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Le Fenix Sukhumvit Bangkok

    New, modern, minimalist hotel


    Booked into this hotel since it is still relatively new and looked ok on the website.

    Great hotel


    We booked Le Fenix based on the recommendations in Tripadvisor. We arrived at about 9:30pm, and recieved two rooms in a hall adjacent to the restaurant - not ideal. We tried to get other rooms but the ony other rooms were smoking rooms, so we decided to stay in the rooms we got - a good decision, since they were on the third floor and we had quick and easy access by stairs into them. Walking through the restaurant was a bit wierd, but the smiles of the employees as we walked by more than made up for it. The staff was friendly and helpful all through the room selection process and the entire stay.

    Nice, funky hotel


    Cool, funky hotel. Great colors, unique design (L-shaped windows!). Firm bed, soft pillows. Best of all, a great location. Just across the street from the Q Bar, round the corner from Bed Supperclub.

    The Nana BTS station is a 5 minute walk away.

    The only complaint is that the staff was a bit aloof.

    PS: There's a Samsung LCD TV in the room!

    Cool, contemporary, great value


    I stayed at Le Fenix for five nights with my extended family with members ranging from 11 to 75 years of age. They all loved Le Fenix, especially its contemporary cool design, friendly and helpful staff, and decent facility and room amenities. The no-refund rate I got online at their website was about $60 USD per night for either double or twin.

    Good rates for new hotel


    As other reviews have stated, the location is good, the rooms are comfortable, and for now, the rates were good. It's likely that the rates will go up over time. It's not hard to see that the newness of the room and facilities will fade rather quickly. When I booked over the internet, I wasn't asked for a smoking preference. When I arrived I asked for a non-smoking room, but they had planned to put me in a smoking room. They changed rooms, but I had to wait about 15 minutes while they had the cleaning staff go in and make sure that the non-smoking room was cleaned and ready for check in. The staff were very apologetic, and seemed eager to make sure that my request was accomodated. The king room I had was quite roomy, and very clean. The taxi had a bit of trouble finding the hotel, but that seems a rather common occurrence in Bangkok. Overall, I had a very comfortable stay, and would stay again.

    New and sleek


    I spent 7 night the opening week of this brand new boutique hotel managed by Accor.

    The Hotel is perfectly located if you are looking for the hip restaurants and clubs and is also very quiet.

    There is a garden yoga class which is incredible to start the day.

    The rooms are small but very functional, huge LCD TV.

    Aircon was a bit noisy....

    really happy for the value, excellent deal especially if you bargain directly with the hotel desk for long stay.

    Food is average + for breakfast.

    Only issue, the service was average because the hotel was in its first opening week. However staff were really trying hard.

    The pool on top is great.

    Nice Hotel


    As I write, I am spending my last night for a 4 nights stay in this new hotel. As previous reviewers had mentioned, the location is ideal. It's right at the end of Soi 11, where you turn left , it's at the corner.

    Loved Le Fenix


    Stayed for 3 nights at the brand new Le Fenix Sukhumvit along Sukhumvit Soi 11. Hotel is cool, young, and hip from its amiable staff to its architecture and interior design. Rooms are a bit on the small side but the nice design makes up for its size. Hotel is at least a 10 minute trek to the BTS station at Nana so its location may not be ideal for those who would rather not walk through the mayhem of Soi Nana. Breakfast at the hotel's cool signature restaurant was simple but filling. At around US$60 per night, this hotel presents exceptional value. Will surely stay again when I visit Bangkok in July.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Le Fenix Sukhumvit Bangkok

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good