Royal City Hotel

800 Boromratchonni Rd, Bangkok, 10700, Thailand | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $40.00

Travel Blogs from Bangkok

I Have Arrived!

A travel blog entry by meghan.dobson


... I talked to a very friendly one with little English and he tried to help it we didn't get too far!) and he called my tour company for me, I talked to the coordinator guy (I think all the way in England) and I ended up having to get my own taxi to the hotel anyway! But Tucan will refund me the money I'd prepaid and give me a free meal at some point, so it's all good. The taxi didn't take me all the way to the hotel because it's on a pedestrian street, but he sent me in ...

Thai curried

A travel blog entry by danandlawontour


Hello all. So arrival in Bangkok and mid-way through our 53 hour transit. We found Bangkok to be just as mad as everyone says. Hot and busy. Tuk tuks everywhere. We walked through the airport and knew we would be in time for the last train to Chiang Mai at 10pm. Laura was a little nervous as the curfew was at 10pm, so if we missed it we were in big trouble. Having hopped on a train to the city centre, we got off in search of the sub-way to Hualampheong train ...

Dejanusorn School

A travel blog entry by jennagroters


... a look at the photos and videos of the school and children, they are adorable! In other news.... there was a big heat fire outside my apartment last night and I counted 7 fire engines (take a look in my Nakhon Chai Si post for photos). Also the Military has called a state of Martial Law in Thailand..... which is a little worrying, however it is pretty safe as long as we stay away from any protests. Thats all for now. Miss you all. Teeeeecher ...

Assault on the Senses

A travel blog entry by bloggybiscuit

... Buddha, and sat among the largely Thai population, who silently prayed. The room was a blissful cool, compared to the stifling heat of outside (approx 35 Celsius) and it was the first time since I'd got to Thailand where I felt truly relaxed. Everyone had just shut up for once, and were admiring the tiny Emerald Buddha, who sat apon, on reflection, an almost comically large and ornate throne (the Buddha was no more than a foot high I would estimate, ...


A travel blog entry by shayles


... the local people than tourists. I don’t think we saw another westerner the whole time we were there! Oh my goodness – the food! We had so much fun watching the stall holders prepare their foods and interact with them, It was so amazing to just watch everyone there - the place just buzzes and it seems like a place local families go just to get together and eat. They sell whole baked fish and families just sit around on the waterside digging into the fish with their ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Bangkok, is near The National Museum Bangkok, Royal Barges National Museum, Phra Athit Road, and Dusit Park.
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