Mariya Boutique Residence at Suvarnabhumi Airport
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMariya Boutique Residence at Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok
Perfect for an over night stop. Staff helpful & friendly. Collection and drop off from airport on time. Bed was so comfy. Would stay again.
Simon & Kirsty Ringer
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... of my friends when I was at home, so I certainly don't now. The thing is I think I'm a bit of a full on friend. I like to spend lots of time with people I like, but most of the time I'm a bit too much to take in large portions. Sometimes I feel like I'm getting on well with people here, but then someone says something or my paranoia kicks in and I'm back to feeling a touch isolated. - Food. Specifically Indian and Chinese take away. I know, I know, surely I can get all ...
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... about a day out. Our first stop was a touch of luxury. We drove out of the city and went to have coffee in a luxury hotel, The Four Seasons. The setting was like something out of a film set with lodges built around vegetation and paddy fields. All you could hear was the sound of water and birdsong. And the coffee was good too. The hotel seemed deserted. We went on to an orchid garden where we admired the perfectly tended plants and the luscious blooms and both commiserated that ...
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