How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Woodlands Inn Bangkok
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... street. We also have a pool and small gym which are exclusive to Prestige. The streets are lined with palm trees, banana trees, bamboo and tons of other tropical plants. Our house is on a corner lot and is fully fenced. This provides Peanut with plenty of space and us the peace of mind that she is safe. Of course, we have air conditioning, but I was surprised when I did a walk around the house to notice that we ...
... our excitement pretty quickly - that's a bit too scary/worrying for our liking! Finally the contests filtered back towards a very young age group to which the TV cameras and betting no longer featured, and likewise we decided to make a move not really being that enthralled anymore. It's fair to say we still massively enjoyed the whole thing though, can't argue at the free entertainment and inviting atmosphere. Just outside the studio we found a ...
... celeb crush. I made my way through the museum finding political figures such as our POTUS and the queen of England (why she wasn't in the London Madame Tussaud's, I have no clue), I saw famous scientists and mathematicians. I had really come in to see the modern-day celebs, so enough of this important historical figures **** and show me to the people I see while melting my brain in front of the TV during Netflix marathons. My patience had paid off, I met up with ...
... because it's bigger but it's warm and dark. Up on the top bunk you are right near the lights which you can see over the curtain and the air con blasting out can really be felt. Anyway, I surprisingly got some sleep and it was an experience! We arrived in Surat Thani at around 7:30am and were immediately herded onto a bus. This took about an hour and a half to the ferry port. We booked a joint ticket which covered the train, bus and ferry and all this for just ...
... really strong northern accent and was of course very opinionated and didn't mind that everyone in the street could hear her. We spotted her first at airport arrivals when she drew attention to herself filling in her visa on arrival form, then at the national monument, then at lunch, then again 10 hours away by bus at the night market in Luang Prabang! So it's become a bit of an ongoing joke now. Anyway after the monument we walked back to the city centre to save some money via ...