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?
TripAdvisor Reviews Majestic Suites Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
Enjoying some more chilled out days in Bangkok. City life is pretty manic but you get used to it to an extent and you find the odd pocket of calm every now and then. Had the odd rain burst which was quite refreshing, but still pretty damn hot. Got stranded in a couple ...
... just how important religion was to these people and how it provided them with great comfort. Another drunk night out in Bangkok and the next day we decided to move on. Overnight trains were booked to Chaing Mai and so we decided to visit the market, one of the biggest in Asia, and hell was it big, Camden market eat your heart out this was crazy, I think you could buy pretty much anything here. Dodgy street food and the sky train later we visited MBK ...
... took us & Tim to our respective resorts. We couldn't get into our room until later that morning, but that didn't matter, as the beach was very inviting, with heaps of beach loungers in rows on the beach - bliss
Went for a walk to get our bearings, down to Fisherman's Village and stumbled upon Marion, Doug & family - great to catch up on them.
Had dinner at our resort with MJ & Chris, Tim.
Very happy with our accommodation so far.
This week we visited an elephant retirement home called elephants world about 180km outside of Bangkok. I'm going to give my brother the honour of a mention, when I told him our itinerary for the day he asked “Are they starting to forget?”
While there we saw a Bull Elephant who was rather pleased to see us. I've seen dogs playing red rocket before when approached by humans but this go go gadget phallus surprised and scared ...
... snowmen by the dozen, Christmas trees (one that was 30 foot high and with a bear that climbed up and down slowly, SantaClaus, elves, jingle bells and sleighs! We also found snowmen 10 days later in Krabi overlooking the Andaman Sea.
All of this in a Buddhist country!
The malls are staggering in size and opportunity. Most are 7 or 8 floors high and many of them have multiplex cinemas on the top floor. They are all fiendishly ...