The rate is quite good for the facilities, its like you're home away from home since all necessary items plus kitchenette are available. All in all if you don't mind the location and the food this is a very good place to stay.
HOTEL QUICK GUIDE
- Hotel Star 🌟🌟🌟
- Address : 12/1 Soi Sathorn 2, North Sathorn Road, Silom, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
- Contact Numbers – Tel : +66 (0) 2633 9911
- Email Address : Frontoffice.email@example.com
- Website: http://www.baankresidence.com
- Airport Transfer Fee: 1300 THB
- Check-Out Until: 12:00 PM
- Non-Smoking Rooms / Floors: Yes
- Number of Floors: 8
- Number of Restaurants: 1
- Number of Rooms : 28
- Reception Open Until: 12:00 AM
- Room Voltage: 220
- Year Hotel Built: 2010
I booked the room online via AGODA because I still have some remaining points valid for consumption, so I used those points in booking this and save as much as 50 USD or almost equivalent to a night stay. I’ve stayed here for 3 nights and was able to get additional points or rewards for my next booking. I should have paid $220.92 in USD but was able to reduce that with the 50 USD of rewards that I accumulated for the last few hotel bookings I have made within that same year.
🏩 One Bedroom Superior with Breakfast
Check-In Date : May 21, 2011
Check-Out Date : May 24, 2011
Number of Nights : 3 Nights
Total Price Paid : ₱7,621.36
Ave Price/Night : ₱2,540.45
Per Person Sharing : ₱1,270.23
*10 Percent Service Charge & Tax Included
Checking-in was fast and easy, I only have to fill up a form and soon after they handed us welcome drinks (Cold Citrus Juice) of which my husband appreciate a lot. We checked in at noon and the scorching sun was at its peak and its very hot and humid so having a ready welcome drinks upon arrival is surely a plus!
III. THE ROOM
This is a 3 star hotel that is being managed by the Bliston Hotel group. The rooms are quite new and modern. The color scheme is very easy on the eye as they used mostly neutral. Baan K is not your usual hotel but this is more of a serviced apartment of which I think is becoming more and more popular nowadays. All rooms or should I say units are well equipped with kitchenette and have a home-feels to it. I chose this because I wanted to have a bigger space for my shopping inventories of which regular hotels of the same price margin cannot provide.
Overall, I love my stay here considering its rate and the agoda discount, plus the staff they were all warm & accommodating. The cleanliness of the room was superb, so if you’re a clean freak, there’s no problem with that. However, I noticed some downsides like the few selection of breakfast and the lack of restaurant within the hotel premise. At the time of stay they’re offering breakfast for free. though they only serve sandwiches, fruits and cereals plus unlimited servings of drinks like juice, coffee and milk although based on trip advisor now, I’ve read that they’re offering pasta and some sort of a la carte options for guest. Well this is a good start. Baan K is also on the move of having restaurant within the place.
As with the check in procedure, checkout was quick and hassle free.
It’s a bit off from the main road but accessible enough Pratunam and shopping malls around the area is a ten minute taxi ride that will cost from 50-100 Baht depending on traffic. There’s a 7-11 near the residence and some small eatery along the way. It’s also a 5-minute- walk to Lumpini underground train and 10-minute-away to Sala Daeng skytrain (ask the staff for direction if you don’t want to get lost). For metered taxis, be sure to have the hotel card so the driver wont get lost and personally I used HSBC Building as a landmark because the place is a little bit off the track.
- Distance from City Center: 0.5 KM
- Distance to Airport: 22.00 KM
- Time to Airport (Minutes): 60
How to Get Here From Airport
There are several ways to travel to and from the Suvarnabhumi International Airport, if you travel light without luggage you can hop to the airport link and transfer to BTS Skytrain but I’m afraid its kinda hard to do this if you have because you need to switch platform. If you’re a group I suggest that you just hire either a metered taxi (you need to pay for the rate and for the toll) and or a transfer service from the hotel itself and cost varied from 1300 to 2000 Baht.
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