There is one room type in this hotel in boring Sathorn zone that is a good choice for longer stays. This immaculate smaller hotel has limited facilities. The pool is not big enough to get exercise in, and the only restaurant is adequate only for breakfast. The rooms are decorated in an attractively Thai style, with a silk throw over the bed and gleaming, real-looking wooden floors. The hotel offers reasonable value for money.
Deluxe 32 sqm
These come in two flavours
(a) with a sofa and a bath, but no balcony
(b) with a balcony but no sofa and no bath, only a shower.
Choice (a) is the best one to go for unless you need constant balcony nicotine fixes, as the balcony is small and uncomfortable.Neither is a particularly good choice, though, as the Premium units are only a little more expensive, and much better.
Premium 42 sqm
These units feel much more spacious, light and airy than the Deluxe. They have a smoking balcony. The Asian lamps and cushions give a welcome Thai feel to the rooms, the wooden foors gleam attractively, and the mirrored walls make the units feel even bigger. These units come in two flavours:
(a) the low floor units
(b) the 4 units on the 11th and 12th floors. These high floor units are bigger than the type (a) units, and have a corner location, making them doubly desirable. There are only 4 of these, and they are often occupied by longer-term residents, so availability can be a problem.
These have huge kitchens, which are no use to travellers, so they are not recommended
Premium Corner Suite
These suites have a separate living room which contains a large sofa, which is big enough to make up as a bed for a child under 12. An extra bed fits comfortably, making these suites a reasonable choice for a family of 4 with one child under 12. Parents get their own TV and DVD, separate from the kids' TV & DVD in the living room, and can close their bedroom door for a spot of night-time romance and love.
The above rates are net per room per night and inclusive of service charge and breakfast for 2 people.