Siam@Siam Design Hotel & Spa
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We flew Air Asia into Bangkok's DMK airport, nice plant but she was a tad bumpy the whole way here. Another stamp on the passport at least no VISA required here. After collecting our luggage we changed the last of our USD into Baht for our taxi trip to the hotel.
Had no idea where to go but did a bit of research on how much it should cost …
This is it. Today's the day... We're coming home. It feels great and a bit weird. We had another nice sleep in, then went down for breakfast one last time. It was very nice. I have discovered a new food - dragon fruit... We spent the rest of the morning in our room trying to keep calm and relaxed (well, I was anyway. I get nervous before the …
Day tour today! It's going to be a long day - 8:00-5:30, and I woke up feeling more sick than I did yesterday. Bar humbug. Dosed up on cold & flu tablets and heaps of water, then off we set!
We got picked up after breakfast in a really flash, comfy van - it was so comfy! After about 20mins we pulled up on the side of a busy road, the …
Slept in til 9 - it was awesome. But had to get up for breakfast! The breakfast roomies awesome! Thus hotel is really cool and stylish... Then, back to bed! Woo hoo! I loved it. We spent the next few hours snoozing and watching telly. It was really nice just to rest and do nothing. I felt so naughty... Dean booked dinner at the rooftop restaurant …
This was our 2nd trip to Thailand but our 1st time to Bangkok so this is our JBR of our quick trip (2 Days).
Free Tuk Tuk ride.
After booking into our hotel Siam&siam thought we would get a Tuk tuk ride to MBK, now we had no idea how close we were to MBK so I thought it would be fun to …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSiam@Siam Design Hotel & Spa Bangkok
We booked Siam@Siam design hotel & spa from the recommendation of our travel agent. We were not disappointed. It is located virtually under the National Stadium BTS station & 200Mts from MBK. There is also a Tesco Lotus just up the road. The Hotel has a lovely unique feel to it due to its design.
We were given a free upgrade to executive suite on check in which allows you to utilize the executive lounge on the 24th floor which has free drinks & canapés btwn 6-8PM. I would recommend an upgrade anyways as you will certainly make up the difference in the lounge. We also dined at the rooftop restaraunt which has excellent 360deg views of the skyline of Bangkok & great food if a little exe. The breakfast was fantastic with an array of choices. The service was 1st class & the hotel has a beautiful infinity pool & pool area.
Highly recommend this Hotel.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Siam@Siam Design Hotel & Spa Bangkok
Stayed for 7 nights whilst exploring Bangkok. Booked with Asia rooms .Com and got a really good deal.
We booked this through a Hong Kong travel agent as part of an add-on trip after we left Phuket. Our flight back to HK routed us through Bangkok, and we chose to stay 2 nights here just to get a taste of non-paradise Thailand.
5 nights spent at Siam@Siam Design & Spa was one of the best in my many trips to Bangkok. This hotel does not have the usual hotel decor, in come artistic designs to the main lobby, very bare cement pillars and steels. This may sound a bit distasteful, but all the designs and the unusual decor has blended well together.
The hotel is impressive from the get go. in terms of design, the detailing is impreccable and the theme is consistent through out the hotel.
I've stayed at most of the top hotels in Bangkok in the last 2 years, and I can honestly say after a five night at Siam@SIam it became one of my favorites. It is not a five star hotel, and it will not compare in facilities or service to the likes of the Shangri La or the Oriental. But for $90 a night it doesn't have to. If you choose to stay here, you must have an open mind. There is lots of cement, steel and wood, but it is tastefully done with a lot of attention paid to detail. The hotel is literally a 4 minute walk to the BTS(sky train) and a 15 minute walk to Siam Square, one of Bangkok's great shopping destinations. The rooms are small but comfortable. The breakfast buffet is limited but good quality, and the staff really do try to accommodate.
We stayed at the Siam@Siam Design Hotel for 5 nights from April 25 to 30. It was overall a very good experience and served our purpose of shopping very well. You are only a 3-4 minute walk from National Stadium Skytrain stop, a 5-8 minute walk on the above ground walkways from Siam Discovery and can walk from one mall to the next without stepping foot on the footpath until you reach Siam Paragon. MBK is also connected in this maze of walkways.
Just opened in November 2006 so everything is spanking new. Overall has a designer boutique hotel feel to the place with a lot of exposed concrete and splashes of orange which appears to be their signature colour. The common areas like the lobby and restaurant have a very modern feel to the place with quirky furniture. The infinity pool looks futuristic - but its quite small and not for those who are expecting a resort like pool. However I never saw a single person swim in it during my 3 day stay.
I stayed at Siam @Siam Design for one night. The service was good. The Spa was relaxing. The food at the restaurant was good but expensive. The interior design of the hotel is very modern industrial. All the walls in the rooms and public areas are polished concrete. The accent colour is bright orange. I thought the effect of this design choice was particularly dark. The view from my room was fantastic.
Ich verbrachte einen Tag im Siam@Siam Design. Der Service war gut. Das Spa war entspannend. Das Essen im Restaurant war gut, aber teuer. Die Innenausstattung des Hotels ist ein sehr moderner Industriestil. Alle Wände in den Zimmern und den Gemeinschaftsbereichen sind aus poliertem Beton. Die Hauptfarbe ist ein leuchtendes Orange. Meiner Meinung nach wirkt das Hotel dadurch ziemlich düster. Die Aussicht von meinem Zimmer aus war fantastisch.
We stayed at the Siam @ Siam for 4 nights while we explored Bangkok. We had a thoroughly enjoyable stay there. It is a new hotel, so very 'shiny' still. The room we stayed in was very nice, not huge but was very comfy and clean. The bathroom was interesting, with frosted glass panels into the bedroom area, but this seems to be quite common in newer hotels in Thailand. It was clean enough, but the shower was over the bath and the bath is quite deep and so a bit of a step if you're short! The really appealing aspect about the hotel was the open air infinity pool, which is really cool and has amazing views. Although it shuts at 6pm which in my opinion is too early after a hard day sightseeing. There is a bar / restaurant on the ground floor which was really lively and the food was great. The breakfast buffet had an impressive selection too. We tried out the spa one afternoon, which was really good, and we didnt have to prebook a treatment we just walked right in. Location wise it is literally a 5 min walk from National Stadium skyrail and the MBK centre, so very convenient for getting around Bangkok. There is also a Tesco Metro 5 mins the other way. If you can get a good webdeal I would definitely recommend staying here. I think we paid about 45 GBP per night, which was amazing value.