Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok

Address: 19 Sukhumvit Soi 18, Sukhumvit Road, Klong Toei, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the บางรัก area of Bangkok, is near Sukhumvit, Dreamworld, Chatuchak Park, and Benjasiri Park.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsRembrandt Hotel Bangkok

      Reviewed by ourcrazylife

      Excelent hotel

      Reviewed Jun 10, 2014
      by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Hotel is excellent! Rooms are spacious, well equipped (with desk, fridge, safe, huge windows, tea/ coffee making) and very friendly! We used the pool lots and the staff helped us with directions etc......although watch out for the service charges especially around the pool area...... drinks can be bought at the sop opposite the hotel for a fraction of the price....!!.. hope tis helps x

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      Reviewed by beech999

      FAB for couples and curry lovers

      Reviewed May 25, 2013
      by (1 review) Leicester , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      We found the location little out of the way, but it was welcoming. The hotel is fantastic and the staff very friendly and always happy to help. There were lots of nice Indian restaurants around the hotel and bars.

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      Reviewed by stcy1988


      Reviewed Feb 28, 2013
      by (3 reviews) Harlow , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Amazing hotel, really nice, clean and attentive service.

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      Reviewed by amywilliams90

      Luxury to start!

      Reviewed Jan 7, 2013
      by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      This hotel we booked from home so we have somewhere to stay after a long journey from England! Was a brilliant hotel very expensive food and drink wise I suggest walking 5 mins into the man road and grabbing a tasty Thai dish! Staff are excellent and a beautifully clean hotel!

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      Historical Traveler Reviews Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok



      My family stayed here for 5 nights before going on to Phuket and loved every minute of it. The hotel facilities are all first class. The Indian restaurant on the very top floor was excellent. Traditional Indian music played by an authentic Indian group enhanced the wonderful food and service. The children loved the Italian restaurant also . It is well situated for the Emporium shopping centre and public transport is widely available. If ever in Bangkok again there's no other place I would stay.

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      I stayed here between march 31 and april 5 of 2005. My bookings appeared to have gone astray so check-in took longer than anticipated. I paid an extra daily charge of euro 22 (Baht 1100) to upgrade my superior room to an executive one located in the east corner.

      Staff at the front desks are generally friendly and capable but rather overloaded which decreases service.

      Service in general was OK, exec rooms offer free in-room breakfast. Rooms are good although the airconditioning seemed to have difficulty keeping up with BKK temperatures.

      For an outing to the Queen Sirikit Convention Centre I borrowed ... and lost the hotel umbrella. At check-out Rembrandt made me pay 600 Baht, notwithstanding the fact that I had stayed 6 days. No disdussion possible.

      Rembrandt is an OK choice at decent rates however, even friendlier service in more modern style at slightly higher rates is being offered by the relatively new Davis Hotel which includes a hip chill-out bar and is just around the corner of the Emporium shopping mall. Do try Davis' ball room sized junior suites!!

      Jose Ling

      Best Hotel we have stayed in -ever


      We stayed at this hotel for two nights[wished we had booked more]before moving on to a beach resort.

      By far the best Hotel my wife and I have stayed in.You could not fault it -the service was first class and as we had indicated it was our wedding aniversary we were upgraded to an excecutive room on the 22nd floor.

      We were also given a complimentary breakfast in the executive suite.Marvellous.

      On the two nights we were there we eat in two of the Hotels restaurants-theThai one [Red Pepper] and the Italian one-both excellent.The Hotel also had an Indian and Mexican restaurant.

      We also used the Swimming pool which after a very hot day sightseeing was most welcome.

      We will go back to Thailand again one day and will stay here again-I would recommend this hotel to anyone you will not be dissapointed.

      Splendid hotel for good value with good location


      Stayed here in February 2005 for several days. The room was clean, well furnished with a nice view. We'd asked for a queen size bed, but they didn't have any available so gave us two twins which they immediately came up and pushed together. (Hey, we've been married over 15 years so no big deal, unlike the honeymooners below.)

      The hotel is a short walk from both the skytrain and metro stations which are the fastest ways to get around Bangkok. Oddly, both systems seem to go the same places and have stations within a block from each other. The metro is slightly cheaper. In the evenings, the hotel often has their own tuktuk at the end of the narrow street the hotel is on which saves you a bit of a walk.

      Breakfast has a good selection and is good quality.

      The hotel staff speaks excellent English and is VERY helpful.

      I'd highly recommend this hotel as a good value and good location.L

      Awesome hotel


      I stayed at the Rembrandt in May 2004 and found the hotel was very impressive. The room I had was immaculate and all staff were incredibly friendly, professional and had very good English. What I liked about that hotel is that there was a business centre which had internet access, and the selection of on-site restaurants was very good. It was unfortunate that on my last day in Thailand I became ill and could not fly home, but this was no problem for the staff at the Rembrandt who were happy to extend my stay and re-book my flights. There is also an on-site medical centre which came in handy. Overall, I really enjoyed my stat at the Rembrandt and I encourage others to stay here also.

      A great stay


      My wife and I stayed here for our honeymoon for four nights and thought it was superb. We arrived at 6 in the morning and expecting the usual "Check in is not until 12 o'clock sir" we were surprised to be met with apologies for not having our room ready and were asked to have a complimentary coffee whilst we waited.

      The hotel is close to a skytrain stop and also has some great places to eat near by.

      Our room was very clean and well furnished and we got all sorts of honeymoon extras given to us. The staff were very polite at all times and very keen to help.

      A great stay and we would certainly stay again.

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      Stayed in Hotel for 4 days. Hotel is situated quite close to the lower end of the city, and is down a back street. The shopping streets are a quick walk away and the markets (night) are a short journey by taxi. I found the breakfast in the morning superb, with a very good selection on offer. My only gripe was the room, I requested a double bed (it was our honeymoon after all) we got a twin room!! But we did enjoy our stay in the Rembrandt.

      Nice hotel


      very good located if you like to buy things from the streetmarket and very good restaurants are in walking distance. Staff are extremely friendly. Only bad thing I can say about this hotel is the pool area. It can be difficult to find a chair which is not occupied and the poolbar is a little bit expensive compared to prices in Bangkok.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok

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