President Solitaire Hotel & Spa

Address: 75 / 23 Sukhumvit Soi 11, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Chao Phraya River, Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo), Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School, and Silom Thai Cooking School.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews President Solitaire Hotel & Spa Bangkok

      Great room, so so location

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      We stayed in the Solitaire Suite. The room itself was great. Very spacious, decor was nice, the big plasma TV and kitchenette were great features. Breakfast and room service meals were both excellent and reasonably priced. The minibar is OK however the 7-11 around the corner is a bargain alternative for drinks and snacks. The location wasn't ideal. The hotel is a 10 minute walk from Sukhumvit Rd and Nana BTS station which is usually fine, however if it rains the road floods and that walk must be done on the road in shin deep water, braving spray from passing taxis. (the footpaths are crowded with street vendors) When this happened heading out got to be a fair hassle. Arranging tours was a bit of a hassle too, with no tour desk in the hotel we had to head to the local travel agents and hope we found a decent one. Overall good value and nice room but I would probably spend a little more next time and go for something right on Sukhumvit road.

      Overpriced,Overhyped. Certainly not a place for leisue tourists

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      Stayed here for 4 nights in september and to be honest the majority of guests were in Bangkok on business.Remember being very dissapointed when i first walked through the lobby.Not a place i would reccomend for couples or leisure tourists.Dont get me wrong its a decent place but for the price places like Siam hotels with 7 restaurants,Art Galleries,Health Spas etc will blow your mind away at a lower price.

      Not much to do in the hotel apart from go to your room.small little bar,small lobby room.While the staff are friendly and helpful the location is a bit of a nightmare for visiting places such as the grand palace.

      Can see why its so popular with busineness travellers but trust me the average holiday maker should not book into serviced apartments.Go for a hotel instead!

      A Hidden Gem

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      As another review says, I really have to struggle not to give away this absolute gem of a hotel.

      Great location near the Nana skytrain. We got upgraded and had the most amazing suite with our own jacuzzi and plasma telly. All for the reasonable sum of 40 quid. The staff are lovely and there's also a good sized pool.

      Book through the website for the best prices and make sure you get a metred taxi to and from Bangkok airport.

      Sawatdee Kaa! Great Hotel

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      I must admit I was very sceptical about staying in this hotel as I thought the reviews were probably "over hyped". All I can say is that this hotel is superb!! It's in a great location has excellent rooms and facilities. The food was great; the staff were really friendly and helpful.

      You will not be disappointed with your stay here. I will definitely be staying here again when I return to Bangkok in Dec 05.

      Keep it quiet!

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      I write this review with some hesitation, as I don't want to give away a real gem.

      After 3 trips to BKK for work-related purposes, I'm now completely sold on service apts vs. hotels. This place is great, clearly a step up from the cheaper Grand President, which is run by the same group.

      Make sure to check the hotel website for a package deal that you cannot get with online booking agents (Orbitz, Expedia, etc.). I had a price that beat all the 'outsiders' plus got some extra perks, like 3 pieces of laudry a day, free newspaper, etc. They also upgraded me to an 80m2 suite, which ensured my loyalty for the future.

      Can't say enough about this place. I received excellent service from the registration staff, concierge (free rides to Sukhumvit!), and business center. Breakfast very good, many options and great service. Really can't say enough.

      BTW, I'm certainly not one of those who just raves about anything. For example, see my review of the Suriwongse in Chiang Mai!

      Amazing place. Perfect find.

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      A marble entry hall. A huge bedroom with massive plasma screen and DVD player. A large lounge with another plasma screen. A ginormous bathroom. And a kitchen. Anywhere that has all this available for this kind of price deserves to be number 1 in this list, not where it currently is.

      Given that Bangkok is, itself, an entirely mad, smelly, chaotic kind of place, it's surprising to find this hotel - tucked away from the main Sukhumvit road but only a few minutes' walk. Clearly run by Bangkok people, but originally kitted out by Westerners, it's a tremendously luxurious place at a price cheaper than a motel.

      Now, I didn't eat there (my colleague said that breakfast was lovely). The lift has a mind of its own. It is a short walk away from Sukhumvit and the Nana skytrain station - though that walk, just like most of Bangkok, is a bit of an obstacle course. But the staff are friendly, and genuinely care for the welfare of their guests - and the price is unbeatable.

      Do it. Stay there. You'll not regret it - unless you really care about being able to pick up CNN or BBC World (which you can't)!

      Negative reviewer is MISTAKEN

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      The TripAdvisor Member from Germany whose review is dated January 16 2005, and who only gives this hotel 2 out of 5, has got the wrong hotel.

      He or she says "Topaz Studio isn't at all great." Topaz Studios are the cheap rooms at a nearby hotel called the Grand President. The President Solitaire, by contrast, doesn't have any "Topaz Studios".

      The two hotels are on the same street and they both have the word "President" in their name, so obviously it's a mix-up. Don't believe the negative review.

      Great hotel

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      Good location, fantastic room. We had a Platinum Suite, entrace hall, massive bed, 42in plasma tv in the bedroom. Lounge with another TV, Kitchen and bathroom with marble jacuzzi. Cool. Good food and only a short walk to the Skytrain (Nana station). Would visit again.

      Not so great

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      Some apartments seem to be better then others. Topaz Studio isn't at all great.

      Amazing Rooms...

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      I stayed in the President Solitaire for a week, great location tucked away from the main hustle and bustle of Sukhumvit Rd. The rooms were amazing, equipped with 40+ inch plasma TV's, huge bathrooms and big comfy beds. Each room also has a kitchen with fridge, microwave, stove etc.. and fully equipped which is really handy. The staff were excellent and attentive - So good I had to return four weeks later.. the staff welcomed us back! Go for it!+++++

      TripAdvisor Reviews President Solitaire Hotel & Spa Bangkok

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      A travel blog entry by reiseems on Apr 24, 2014

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      ... amounts. But I ended up cooking quickly and went to bed at 8pm. Got eaten by mozzies after only 1 hour of sleep and was dying of heat before they finally turned on the AC at around 11:30 pm. Oh Bangkok.... Will I like you after visiting your sights? I kind of am not excited. But I will go now. Start the day early and then continue my search for the best TEFL course (applied for one last night *fingerscrossed*) and figure out how I will get to Chiang Mai in two days. See you ...

      The day we got scammed...

      A travel blog entry by jandgadventures on Mar 10, 2014

      ... price. (Looking back now were not even sure he worked for the temple and we think he was another tuktuk driver in on the scam because they nodded to each other when we got there and told us we had to sit for 5 mins for luck and then talked to us and then left when we left)
      When we got back to the tuktuk guy he straight away started talking about the TAT and insisted we go there. We got In and he took us straight there. When we got ...

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