Hotel News Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok is a dog-friendly Bangkok hotel. It has 362 rooms, suites, and serviced apartments. There are three food and beverage outlets, a gourmet market, a swimming pool, gym, and full-service spa. Hotel Overview As a dog-friendly Bangkok hotel, the Kimpton Maa-Lai Bangkok is located in the heart of one of the …
People suffering from insomnia can luxuriate at a five-star Bangkok hotel, which is offering a three-day, two-night healthy sleep package together with Theptarin Hospital and Meditel. Full board is included. The package runs through 31 October 2020.
Returning expatriates and Thai nationals can quarantine at a luxurious Bangkok wellness resort hotel, which is offering a 15-day health watch package together with Bangkok Hospital and the BDMS Wellness Clinic. The package runs at least through 31 August 2020.
Located next on one of the Thai capital's loveliest parks, the Marriott Marquis Bangkok Queen's Park is a luxurious 5 star hotel with 1,287 beautifully furnished rooms and 101 suites, eight food and beverage outlets, an excellent gym, and a full service spa.
According to some estimates as many as 80% of the guest reviews published on hotel booking websites are bogus, something that few travelers are aware of. There is no surefire way to determine a review's validity, but there are some useful warning signs.
Oriental Residence Bangkok is located in the heart of the Thai capital's diplomatic quarter. The property offers the best of best two worlds: food and beverage outlets worthy of a five star hotel and the convenience of a serviced apartment.
Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan - MGallery Collection is aboutique hotel located on a side street in the upscale Languan district of the Thai capital. It houses three of Bangkok's most respected food and beverage outlets.
Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong is a five-star hotel centrally located in the heart of downtown Bangkok, half-way between Bangkok’s 2 airports. Facilities include 7 food and beverage outlets, a swimming pool, and a spa.
Bait-and-switch often involves luring customers with a reasonably priced product and then telling them it is out of stock and offering a more expensive (or inferior quality) product. Do hotels in Thailand ever do this?