Unico Express Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUnico Express Hotel Bangkok
Nice room after we got upgraded from an awful room. Not the best location. Street feels a bit unsafe. Close to metro.
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... idea where you want to go. The main concern here is the inability for not only taxi drivers to understand English, but to read the English version of Thai street names and places, simply pointing at a map doesn't cut it. After arriving NEAR to our hotel, we received help from a kind soul, an elderly man with an incredible level of English and understanding of our situation. Our angels looked after us after one man suggested we travel 10 mins in a ...
... our first full say in Bangkok will be ruined with exhaustion.
P.S- in regards to cats and rats, we saw a huge rat on the way to 7-11. The city smells of garbage and foul sewage that lingers in the wind. Worse than NYC in the summer. Also, stray cats are pretty much everywhere. Especially at temples, since the monks feed them. They are cute and they have caught us off guard more than once ...
Pedicure.......and then relaxing at the pool. Lilly came to Club Lounge at 7.30... We met Poom and shared two bottles of bubbly....then went to my room for some Veueve Cliquot....and the fireworks! Lilly brought a beautiful box of soap for me! Chocs and shortbread for Lilly and Poom... And the sore throat ...
Siem Reap is the ancient capital of Cambodia and was our first stop. We were lucky enough to spend 2 full days with Maarten and Carolijn and hear their stories from Vietnam and most importantly play backpacker which is the card game we all became so addicted to whilst on the tour in China. The area is famous for its temples, so that's where we started and hired a tuk tuk driver for the day to take us around some of the quieter and less known ruins about 30 kilometres away from the city. ...
... lunch (again!) on this flight, with exactly the same food! They ran out of chicken this time though so I got fish which was decidedly nasty. It was breaded cod, but it was mostly bread and I ended up just not eating most of it and just eating the rice and vegetables.
Got off the plane in Bangkok and got through Immigration no problem. I'm sort of disappointed in Hong Kong in that they no longer stamp ...