The AETAS residence
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
After leaving Phuket, we returned to Bangkok for 5 nights. We were all excited for this stop because we lived in Bangkok for 3 years, and this is where both Emma and Katelyn were born (Madison moved with us when she was 6 months old). We had a great time despite the scorching heat (104 degrees Fahrenheit...and very humid!!). We'll let the pictures …
... the side walk). We had big plans tonight, we were off to pat Pong Road to go to the market. We hailed a Tuk Tuk who asked if we wanted to see a "show", we declined and and got dropped off and soon found a bar where we could people watch, plus it had Connect 4 on the table - I am a connect 4 geek. We also met a couple from the UK who we chatted with for a while. We ended up at the market at about midnight pretty ******, but this was great as ...
... the location is yet, because we arrived so late. There's a bunch of other hotels around us, so hopefully that's a good sign. The only thing we have planned today is a cooking class in the afternoon, which should be awesome! Will post details and pictures on that later, of ...
... most of that afternoon writing, which is something I hope to do regularly throughout this trip - given that the usual excuses are no longer in the frame. I want to devour every book I can put my hands on (almost two down) and put pen to paper at least once a day. It's going well so far.
Today saw us leave behind our 'beloved' Nest Boutique Resort (I should have left them a dictionary with 'boutique' and 'resort' bookmarked) and make our way ...
The subway was cheap and took us right into downtown, blocks from where our hostel was located. It took us quite a while to find the place because the maps were tough to read at first, but we eventually found it using WiFi from a coffee shop. A lot of people tried to help us but all kept saying that Lub d, our accommodations, was quite a ways away. It was, but not the branch that we were staying. The one ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
We were in the AETAS Residence, and both it and the hotel are very nice choices in central BKK. It is a 5 minute walk to the BTS skytrain which will take you anywhere in the city, and when going there the hotel will transport you in their tuk-tuk. Breakfast was not as bug as some, but very good with choice of American, European, and Asian offerings that will satisfy everyone. Staff was very polite and helpful, Rooms were clean and functional. Overall, very good choice!
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