Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok
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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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