When I was faced with question about which hotel is the best to stay in Bangkok, I literally freeze my brain. Like seriously, I can’t point out one for you because all the hotels I stayed in Bangkok has its own uniqueness and its own comfortness to offer. This third post about my Bangkok staycation is going to be Bangkok Marriott Hotel Sukhumvit. Raise your hand if you do not know what Marriott is, well, I guess nobody is.
Located in one of the busiest district in Bangkok, it eases you to find foods around this area and of course quite close with the nearest BTS station if you travel around Bangkok with trains. This hotel is a classic one. The interior and ambience bring you the signature Thailand traditional feel and modernity at the same time which you can hardly find in urban city like this. The staffs at this hotel are tremendously friendly and helpful.
Breakfast is a must before you start exploring the city. Marriott seems to be very generous to offer us several breakfast buffet menus which won’t let you leave the restaurant empty-stomached, get ready to drool over the foods.They surely are very thoughtful by giving the guests some Bangkok specialty right after your meals.
Since it’s our last day in Bangkok, we managed to visit the famous Wat Arun temple which quite far from where we stayed and it caused us a very delay check out from Marriott. We called the receptionist beforehand and informed them that we are going to be late to checkout and they said nothing but show us a very warm service by letting us pack our things with no rush (it’s 4 pm already). This is something that me and my friends appreciated so much and once again thank you for the service and love you showed us.
Overall, staying at a hotel like this won’t let you down. Who can ask for more than a comfortable hotel room, delicious breakfast choices, beautiful decorations, lovely hotel stuffs and to be honest there are just too much to explain.