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Above average, good value
i stayed at d'ma for 7 days this past january and was very impressed. while the immediate area is not the best, the hotel is centrally located to most anything you want to visit in bangkok. the service was very good as was the breakfast buffet. the total package was a very good value. i am planning another trip to bangkok soon and will certainly consider d'ma as a first choice.
Excellent comfort and location
I spent a good 3,5 weeks in the D'MA during the shooting of a documentary film in Bangkok and found it be an enjoyable experience and a great place to relax after the long and intense days. From its location it's easy to reach any part of the city we needed to reach by taxi, tuk-tuk or SkyTrain and it's at a walking distance to shopping areas.
Staying for such a long period of time, I had time to get to know the staff, which were friendly, service-minded and thorough. The nicely lit 8th floor pool and gym area served well as an energy-booster. The high rate of five is especially thanks to the wide range-breakfast served every morning, delicious.
I enjoyed it and recommend it.
Accomodations here were nice. Not 5-star, but definitely above average. Very clean rooms and bathrooms, but beds are quite hard. Didn't like that. But this seemed to be much more common in Thailand than most places, as we didn't get one soft bed in any of the 4 hotels we stayed in. Extremely friendly and courteous staff.
I stayed in the D'MA Pavilion Hotel Bangkok from 30 Dec 2004 till 3 Jan 2005. It has a good location from the Airport and business area. But for a four star hotel, I was insulted and treated poorly, worse than a three star, if not lower.
The hotel is great if you want to sleep well, a little out the way but still central and easy distance from sky train station,but most get a cheap taxi everywhere.
Good hotel, bad location
The hotel itself is clean and very nice....the location is terrible. I felt very far away from anything I would want to see or anywhere I would want to visit or shop.
Also no taxi driver in Bangkok knows where this hotel is and the staff forgot to mention this when helping to plan any outings. If you stay here do not forget to carry "taxi" cards with you available at the front desk!!
Stayed here as part of a 4 day weekend tour originating in Hong Kong. Rooms were clean, roomy, and everything seemed to be in good order. The hotel was centrally located, and the restaurant was more than adequate. I would definetly visit again!
I really wanted to like this hotel, but however it ruined my birthday which I actually spent it on looking for other hotels to switch to.
We choose the D'Ma when we booked a great package deal to Bangkok through Exepedia. The D'Ma was an "upgrade" and upon return, we feel well worth it. We paid approximately $35.00/night to stay at this hotel in the city center (Pratunam district).