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We stay one night at Bangkok Patio and love the hotel. Hotel provide free Tuk Tuk service to BTS until 10pm.Room is spacious with balcony attached.Clean and Comfy Bed.Worth for the price we paid for.Staffs are friendly and attentive.Quite lane and environment and we like...More
Reached the place and found out that it is very secluded, quite suitable for people who do not want to be disturbed by the noises the busy areas would be creating.
When we checked in, the receptionists are very professional and also escorted us to...More
It was my short family vacation this march. We booked the 2 bedroom suite apartment. We were at the six floor. And you may find your own kitchen, large fridge, cool a/c and laundry room at the second floor and a sauna on third floor....More
my family and I are from Singapore and we went to Bangkok for a five-day trip. We were quite impressed by this place. the room is very clean and water is provided. the air conditioning is also superb. the towels are replaced daily but room...More
Located on a quiet side street away from the hussel and bussel of Bangkok. No complaints about anything. Plain and simple with everything you need right next to the BTS.
Cheaper than other hotels right next door with same amenities.
Home to at least a dozen hip coffee shops, sophisticated boutiques and some seriously fine restaurants, Ari is the newest epicentre of Bangkok cool. Fleeing from the skyrocketing rents in Thonglor and Ekamai, many young urbanites made Ari their new home. This mostly residential neighbourhood outside the city centre isn't much of a trendy area on first sight, but if you scratch the surface of government
buildings and noodle shops, you'll find out that there's loads of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Bring a local friend or do your research on beforehand to avoid missing out on all the fun.
I think you should write to them directly. We stayed there a week ago. Before we left for Bangkok, I had a lot of queries and questions. I wrote to them and d to my surprise, they always responded within several minutes... More
I think you should write to them directly. We stayed there a week ago. Before we left for Bangkok, I had a lot of queries and questions. I wrote to them and d to my surprise, they always responded within several minutes, even when I sent my queries at night. I tried to include their email here but it is not allowed. You just type Bangkok Patio Apartment, it will get you to their website and you can get their email.