Rose Hotel Bangkok
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Rose Hotel Bangkok Reviews
Dec 26, 2007
This hotel is a diamond amonst the rough. Located in the Patpong district (the gay area of Bangkok) its a beautiful, modern, clean, and organized hotel. Its set back off the street so many taxi and tuk tuk drivers dont know where it is so make sure to bring the hotel card out with you. The rooms are nice and they have a tour guide there to help you make plans for site seeing. We used the to go to the tiger temple and floating market. They are pricey but its right there for you. They offer complimentary breakfast each morning and they have a nice restaurant. The only reason I didnt give this place 5 stars is because of the energy efficiency this hotel uses there is a VERY LOUD generator that went off every night literally every minute which made it hard to sleep. Maybe thats just because of the floor we were on? 6th so be careful for that. Otherwise I would go back again definitely!
Part of the Bangkok, Thailand Christmas 2008 travel blog
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Rose Hotel Bangkok Overview
The Rose Hotel Bangkok city hotel offers guests a perfect location within an urban setting. The charming business hotel is situated in the heart of Bangkok's world famous district for business, shopping, and entertainment. The districts of Silom, Surawongse, and Sathorn and the nightlife of Patpong are right on the hotel's doorstep, while the Silom Complex and Siam Paragon shopping centres are just 200 m away. Suvarnabhumi International Airport is approximately 35 km from the city hotel and Don Mueang Airport is around 30 km away.
The hotel has been providing warm, caring and attentive service for many years with a team of staff dedicated to assist all guests to ensure that they feel at home. With its prime location in the heart of the vibrant business and entertainment district, the establishment also offers a very modest price that is truly hard to find in the area. Facilities available to guests in the air-conditioned, 70-room business hotel include a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, lift access, a caf, bar, restaurant and conference facilities. Guests may also make use of the Internet access (fees apply), room and laundry services and a car park.
Guests are sure to enjoy their stay in one of the guestrooms which were recently redesigned in a contemporary Asian style. Most standard and superior rooms are furnished with a double bed and some with twin beds, while all the suites are furnished with a king-size bed. The rooms are appointed with cosy and comfortable bedding, an en-suite bathroom with shower and bathtub, a personal safe and many other international standard amenities, including satellite TV, Internet access, a minibar/fridge and individually regulated air-conditioning.
There is an outdoor swimming pool with a hot tub in the garden, plus a small gym and sauna. Guests may also enjoy a drink from the poolside snack bar while relaxing using the sun loungers and parasols provided. Various types of massage services are available upon request.
Dining options from the restaurant and bar include individually prepared breakfasts, all-day dining, and 24-hour room service. Exotic Thai cuisine is served at the Ruen Urai. Set menu and la carte options are available for lunch and dinner.
The hotel is in a prime location in Bangkok and easily accessible by many modes of transportation. It is positioned on Soi Na Wat Hualumpong, just off Surawongse Road. By car, it is only 30 minutes to and from the airport. The nearest Skytrain station is Saladaeng, while the metro station is Sam Yan. Travelling in Bangkok is very easy from the hotel.
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