Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsChatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok
The hotel is in the middle of a residential area -somewhat removed from the mainstream except for a not so far sky train station. That dioesn't bother us because we have a car. Breakfast layout is more extensive than most places. The first morning we are late and have a very unpleasant experience. Even though we get there before the closing time, the staff starts removing the breakfast without so much as bothering to inform us.
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... while I was walking around there, so I was glad that I had my umbrella (purchased for 100 baht on the way to the boat in the morning) AND my poncho with me. I finally made it out of the palace and was feeling a little hungry, so I got some pineapple and was trying to think of what I might do next and figuring out which direction to go when it started to rain. I headed across the street from the entrance (there is only one entrance to the palace) to this park and ...
... quiet voice. Surprisingly for naive me they were not all dressed to the nines in killer heels, which is why I perhaps swore a little at one. After finding a street stall that was selling food to raise money for a school (I'm such a sucker), I decided to buy some food off the woman dressed plainly in nun type clothing. The male voice caught me completely off guard and reminded me not to be so assuming. 7. Dees: I had never heard ...
... to find the street closed to traffic, and yes you guessed it we meet the anti government protestors again. But this time it was the singalong a protest song, and they were between us and the hotel. Although it all sounded rather jolly, we decide to go in the opposite direction, rather sensible we thought. Sensible indeed we found ourselves in downtown protestor camp site. Hundreds of tents with numerous stalls selling everything they could possibly need, mostly food ...
... stop as our hotel promised us a night market. We found the market and had a wander but it was pretty touristy, no prices so the stall holders play the game of tapping out overpriced numbers on their calculators as if you don't know any better! This was just a distraction for what was really going on however as we quickly realised after being shown several 'menu's' along the route, we were also in the heart of the red light district - whoops!!
... week. We were so pleased with ourselves we headed back to the big shopping mall and found some lunch! We then slowly wandered back to the hotel to relax before a busy day tomorrow. We ventured out again in the afternoon to try and work out a plan for our return to Bangkok but ended up failing in that plan and returned hot and tired and a bit grumpy. Luckily by the time we had calmed down and cooled off it was time for dinner and rest before an early ...