Mayfair, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments

Address: 60 Soi Langsuan, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the ปทุมวัน area of Bangkok, is near Golden Mount, Anantasamakom Throne Hall, Flower Market, and Sukhumvit Road street market.
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      This is the best

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      my family of 4 stayed here for 4 nights at end 06. we booked a 3 bedded appartment but upon arrival were told there had been an overbooking and would we accept 3 single appartments instead? how good was that, so we had 6 tv's, a bathroom each!

      the appartments are magnificent, very well equipped, and you could live here long term quite easily. the staff were wonderful, complimentary dvd hire, the pool a little cool but a beautiful setting on the 25th floor, with wonderful views.breakfast is good, and not bad value at 300 baht but for some reason on new years day it was 400 without any warning.

      it is excellently located but if there is a criticism it is that it is on a one way road which is great to arrive but to taxi back downtown involes quite a detour!

      we all decided this was probably the best hotel we've ever stayed iin!

      Brilliant!

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      Great hotel. It's in a perfect location, just 3-4 minutes walk from a skytrain station but on an upmarket road. No traffic noise once you're in the building though. The rooms are massive and palatial with everything you could want from them. Usual Marriott beds are spot on! The view from the pool/bar on the top floor was amazing. Can't think of a bad word about the place.

      Lovely!

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      First of all, great location!

      Few of our best friends from bkk recommanded this area, this prob the most vibrant place near a central-park-like area, along with boutique shops, places to dine out, bars, as well as other private exec. apartments, very trendy there and also very close to the world trade center bkk heart area; subway is a min away.

      We arrived very late, however the staff is there and checkd us in very quickly.

      After we got in the room, the suite is so lovely and spacious, we just love it.

      We only stay there for one day. With the value and amenities, we love to stay there for sure next time, highly recommanded! Great value!

      Great place!

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      We stayed a week at this hotel after mulling over several hotels with good reviews. This place clinched it because the Marriott website had a special deal offering a pre-paid deal which must be booked 3 weeks prior to arrival (No cancellation allowed, of course).

      The location is good. 8 minutes' walk to Chidlom station and maybe 20 mins walk to Siam Paragon. Cental Chidlom is also convenient for its food hall. Taxis are plenty and after too much shopping (like what we did!) just hop on a cab for the short ride back to the hotel; around 45 baht only.

      Service and security is excellent. Lady staff at the front door and security guard at the lifts - always there!

      We stayed in a 2 bedroom apartment; very clean, well decorated, fully equiped kitchen with washing machine/dryer. 3 TV sets in all; so no fighting for the channels between our 3 kids!

      There were no noisy neighbours; in fact we thought we were the only guests on the floor. Breakfast was okay; not big a spread but sufficiently good for us. Anyway, being apartment style we made our own breakfast and only tried the hotel breakfast once - reasonably priced at 300 baht.

      Loved the swimming pool at the roof-top with its pool-side bar. Good work-out gym too.

      Will definitely recommend this place; and would stay there again even if the rates were not on offer. It's worth every satang!

      Great Bangkok hotel for families

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      I was very nervous about going to Bangkok with kids especially since so many hotels will not allow more than 3 people in a room. We had a three bedroom apartment for less than the cost of 2 hotel rooms at a lower quality hotel.

      The apartment was beautiful and spacious. Beds were very comfortable, no problems with noise at night. The master bath shower....wow! The breakfast did not have a huge variety, but it was more than enough for us. Quality was wonderful...the chef made omelettes and waffles upon request. The pool is beautiful, there is a playroom off of the workout room with a play station and a small ball pit. The front desk had complimentary DVDs for us to use. Service could not have been better. Location was good, close to a skytrain and ATM and small grocery store next to the hotel.

      I have already recommended this hotel to many friends and would love to stay there again.

      Ok, not super

      from

      We stayed just one night on transfer back to Europe. Rooms were quite nice for a good rate. Front office staff very friendly. Location is good too.

      However, some downsides:

      1) Breakfast was not that elaborate, especially if you like bread for breakfast.

      2) The rooms were very noisy. We were woken up at 2am by very very loud TV noise from neighbours, then we complained via the phone to the night desk reception and each time they said they would look into it. After 20 minutes and calling 4 times, I insisted they would stand in my room and listen to it. When they did it they acknowledged the noise and went to the neigbours. I think they did not bother to check it before. This unfortunately did not help our night sleep. Overall I would rate a 7.5 out of 10 compared to other Marriotts, so bit below expectations.

      Best Choice In Town

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      Excellent Choice in Bangkok. We stayed for 6 nights in May and didn't want to leave. Great value for your money you get an apartment for the price of room. 1 bedroom Apartments were large giving you room to spread out with a kitchen to store snacks and drinks. Rooftop pool and gym were top notch, pool stayed open to 11pm. Buffet breakfast was a good way to start your day. Staff was extremely helpful and location was great, 5 min walk to 2 SkyTrain Stations and walking distance to Siam Paragon and MBK. Would definitely stay here again.

      This place is FANTASTIC!

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      This place is FANTASTIC! It's the perfect size: not too big or too small. I did not want to leave. Stayed twice, most recently in Sep.05. Service is very friendly & helpful. Felt completely at home. Apartments are absolutely beautiful-better than home. Beds are super comfortable & so is the living room & dining room furniture. There are several TVs & DVD players in each apt & a CD player. Bathrooms are gorgeous-love the rainforest shower! Kitchen has everything you need. Really appreciated highspeed internet connection in the apts. Pool & Gym are superb & have great views. Best location in Bangkok near great restaurants, shopping, Skytrain & Lumpini Park. I give this place A+++

      Great service apartment!

      from

      i had a nice holiday earlier, and stayed in the Marriot Service Apartment. It's just 10 mins walk from nearby big shopping mall, and a big starbucks with outdoor area is just 5 mins away. The apartment is located in an area close to the ambassadors houses, yet, many restaurants within walking distance which is good for dinner, drinks.

      I stayed in an apartment with two rooms, very nice decorated. Each room with a double bed, tv. One is an ensuite, really very well decorated. The dining room and living room is spacious too, and there's an open kitchen. I feel like home throughout my week's holiday in bangkok. I will recommend this apartment to those who will visit bangkok, and i will stay there again too next time.

      Fantastic Hotel

      from

      I believe the Mayfair Marriott Executive Apartments/ Hotel is the best kept secret in Bangkok. It is undoubtedly one of the finest hotels in Bangkok. It is located in a quieter part of the city near Lumpini Park and the American Embassy. The location makes it very convenient due to close proximity to two Sky Train Stations. It is a beautiful hotel with an incredibly friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff. The hotel which is home to Embassy employees, Corporate CEO's, and tourists, offers one, two and three bedroom apartments which are beautifully furnished. The open-air swimming pool and bar is located on the 25th (top) floor of the hotel offering outstanding views of the skyline. The restaurant serves a beautiful breakfast buffet with a broad selection of food and fruit. The coffee is excellent!! The restaurant is also open for other meals throughout the day. Room service is also available. Several good restaurants of all types are just minutes away. Rung, the Concierge is an expert at arranging the finest details of any activity available, including a personal cooking class with the hotel Chef. This hotel is so well managed, so comfortable, and so convenient, you will not want to leave.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Mayfair, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments

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