Tai-Pan Hotel

Address: 25 Sukhumvit Soi 23, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok, 10110, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the วัฒนา area of Bangkok, is near Chao Phraya River, Wat Pho Thai Traditional Massage School, Silom Thai Cooking School, and Sukhumvit.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTai-Pan Hotel Bangkok

Reviewed by petra_stephan

Gute Ausgangsbasis, aber alt

Reviewed Feb 1, 2012
by (4 reviews) Vienna , Austria Flag of Austria

Das Hotel selbst scheint bereits in die Jahre gekommen zu sein, was sich sowohl im Teppich des Zimmer wie auch an den fehlenden Fugen im Badezimmer zeigt. Nichts desto trotz ist das Hotel für einen stopaver von 2 oder drei Tagen durchaus zur Erkundung Bangkoks geeignet. Das Personal ist sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit - der Pool bietet nach anstregenden Tagen in Bangkok eine gute Möglichkeit sich zu entspannen (wobei 5 Pool-Liegen für die Größe des Hotels etwas zu wenig sind). BTS Asoke und Subway Sukhumvit sind zu Fuß gut erreichbar. Ein paar Gassen weiter findet sich die Soy Cowboy (wer sich dran nicht stört), allerdings finden sich auf vor dem Hotel einige Massage-Salons mit gutem Preis-Leistungsverältnis. Wifi funktioniert am Zimmer sehr gut (Code an der Rezeption) - Frühstück gut und ausreichend

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TripAdvisor Reviews Tai-Pan Hotel Bangkok

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

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A travel blog entry by hdoherty on Dec 05, 2014

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... they're having a mudslide conga party rather than battling to build the historic Bridge on the River Kwai. These men were slaves but appear so unrealistic you can't help but laugh. Cruel yes, but it's omedy gold.

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A travel blog entry by humberwright on Dec 01, 2014

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... We stopped and shared a big beer in a cool bar then headed back to the hotel for the transfer. The mini bus came at 5.10 and we were squashed into the back like usual. The traffic was horrendous. I think people are gearing up for the Kings birthday on Friday as everywhere you looked there was people in yellow t-shirts and lots of flowers and ribbon in yellow. The traffic didn't stop our driver. He weaved through all the side streets then went about ...

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... weirdo!! The last 3 days I spent on an island called Koh Samed. -not far from BKK. Met a bunch of people, stayed at a hut right by the beach for like 15€ a night. Its crazy how cheap everything here is. You get a whole meal + a beer for like 4€. The island is beautiful!! Not a lot of people there during the week. People are extremely nice. Work their asses off selling atuff at the beach for pennies to send money home to their ...

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A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Sep 21, 2014

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... there were also fish and turtle ponds and people feeding the local stray cat population. We saw an interesting live and let live situation going on between the cats being fed and the crows who wanted some of the food. It seemed they were all a bit wary of each other but no one stopped the other from eating so they just sort of got on with it.

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A travel blog entry by 1girl1bag on Aug 12, 2014

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... our guide said that it would be a 3 to 4 hour journey back to Bangkok. Today was the queen of Thailand's birthday which brought to an end a 4 day public holiday. It seemed as though the whole of Thailand were heading to Bangkok and the journey took over 6 hours, most of which seemed to be spent stationary in hideously busy traffic. We arrived back in the hotel at 8pm and went for a Mexican dinner at one of the many restaurants in the hotel. ...