Zenith Sukhumwit Hotel Bangkok
Travel Blogs from Bangkok
We were dropped off predictably late in Bangkok as we had to wait an infuriating two hours near the border for the driver to CLEAN his bus. When we arrived the White Knight was stood outside the Zenith hotel to greet his beloved daughter and her travelling companion, punctual as ever. He had kindly booked us into a hotel across the road which we …
... used in their construction) then travel North through ruins of Ayutthia and Kmer style chedis. Thai food varies from region to region and the food places also reflect this. We have no chance of seeing it all today; in 4 hours we have seen less than a quarter of it.
Jamie uses Grabcab, an app to get a taxi, for our homeward journey. You can see where your nearest taxi is, they send its nlumber and a picture of the driver and how long it will take to reach you. Then you ...
I knew she was out of town for the weekend ,but all was quiet, very pleasant and friendly and I had a delicious green tea smoothie and a pastry, left a message for Bibi and walked back to my hotel. I caught a train to Central and met Oun outside the protest area, outside his daughter Aimee's school. We went to a fabulous outdoor seafood restaurant ....Oun and Oi ordered so much food including a huge crispy fried fish, and ...
... and got out and walked. Up to a security checkpoint - for a protest site! - where he was searched before we were allowed in.
It's about four o'clock now, and the boy on reception, checking me in, is chatting away to me - about what I have no idea, I was just about able to say my own name by this point. But, I finally got sorted, up to my room and into my scratcher a good 38 hours after waking up.
Once I woke ...
... are, as elsewhere in Thailand, in-front of every little abode, an open-air stall selling something and there are mobile vendors with their little carts, wherever you look, sometimes lining the streets on the roads, in-front of the other permanent shops. Siem Reap streets are not lined with litter and often you see street sweepers, even out of town sweeping up the leaves. But the smells are still there.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking