Royal City Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Room service
Photos of Royal City Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal City Hotel Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
Tour was held at the Royal Bangkok Sports Club, but it was so massive and on different sites we couldn't find the right spot. Rozza was working so wouldn't be playing, but her teammate Laura was given the task of looking after us, well lumbered! I had a few messages from Laura, but my phone wouldn't work. We arrived an hour late after a good 90 minute walk around town, finding the venue was hard!
On arrival we were relieved to finally see people with hockey sticks. ...
... by Japan during WWII, although they did allow the Japanese to march through their country to avoid conflict. After an hour in the van, we arrived at a coconut farm that sold every imaginable product made from the coconut palm. They use every part of it, producing coconut milk, coconut oil, furniture, kitchen utensils, purses, pillows, and they even use the empty coconut shells for growing orchids.
Our second stop was a welcome surprise: an ...
... salad (the freaks). I also enjoyed the tastiest pork EVER at this market... having originally just ordered one plate of these succulent tangy pork strips between us... I then ordered another plate (well, Chris ordered for me, obviously)... just for me! OH YEAH. We then chatted and drank the night away at a few of the bars, listening to some live 90s music a la Oasis/Red Hot Chili Peppers... Ahh, I will miss you, Bangkok! I honestly don't think I would've enjoyed Bangkok as ...
... amp; the natural thing is to take shelter in a nearby bar. It's amazing how calm you can remain on banana smoothies and sometimes something stronger when the need arises. Probably going to move on from the city later in the week, heading south towards the Cambodian ...
... unless you do a lot of research into the elephant farm and the way they treat their animals. A lot of elephants are neglected and I suspect our ones were not treated as well when the tourists aren't there. We did not do the usual tiger visiting as most places cruelly drug the tigers. Although they will say they haven't drugged them, do you ever see wild ( or zoo) tigers lie down for hours while hundreds of people lie on ...