Hotel Review: Amari Residences Bangkok

Amari Residences Bangkok_dining areaLocated near Petchburi Road, Amari Residences Bangkok is convenient to both the MRT and the newly launched Airport Link, putting Bangkok’s impossible to pronounce Suvarnabhumi International Airport within easy reach.

Sixty per cent of guests are long term, staying an average of 9.5 nights.

 One of several Amari properties in the Thai capital, Amari Residences Bangkok has 24 studios, 92 one bedroom apartments, and 12 two bedroom apartments.

All have fully equipped kitchenettes. Pots and pans, cutlery, chinaware, gadgets – you name it, and it’s probably there.


Soma Restaurant is an all day dining outlet, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Buttercup Café serves cake, pastries, snacks, and light meals for lunch and in the afternoon. There is no bar or cocktail lounge, but alcoholic beverages can be ordered at the restaurant and café.

The hotel also has meeting rooms, a fitness centre, a rooftop outdoor swimming pool, and a beauty salon. The Sivara Spa offers a full menu of spa treatments in restful surroundings.

Up Close and Personal

I spent two very enjoyable nights at the Amari Residences Bangkok. My suite was very spacious and very well laid out. There were two rooms.

The living room had a kitchenette, which was fully stocked with kitchenware, dishes, cutlery – you name it. There was a good sized dining room table, and the living area was spacious.

The bedroom had a desk. I liked the fact that there universal adaptors in the wall, exactly where they should be. So going on line was a breeze. I hate having to get on my hands and knees and struggle with cords under the desk. 

There was a walk in closet, and the bathroom featured both a shower and a bathtub together in a sort of wet room arrangement.

Amari Residences Bangkok is located in a quiet residential part of town. It is best suited to families, business travelers, medical tourists, and anyone else wanting quiet surroundings.

Onyx Hospitality Group

Amari is a member of the Onyx Hospitality Group. There are currently 11 Amari properties in Thailand. Other hotel brands in the group include Ozo and Saffron. Based in Thailand, the group’s reach extends to the Arabian Gulf, the Asia Pacific, and the Indian Ocean.


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