BEST WESTERN Mayfair Suites

Hotel 36 Phethburi Soi 13, Phethburi Road, Rachthevee,, กรุงเทพมหานคร 10400, Thailand Published on: 17-06-2016

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Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
BEST WESTERN Mayfair Suites is, a full management by BEST WESTERN International Hotel Chain, located in the heart of Business Center, Banking, Fashionable, and Street shopping of Pratunam area.

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Why BEST WESTERN Mayfair Suites is special ?

Best Western Mayfair Suites, situated in Bangkok, this 3-star property is relaxed and modern. Best Western Mayfair Suites is a full management by BEST WESTERN International Hotel Chain, located in the heart of Business Center, Banking, Fashionable, and Street shopping of Pratunam area, with in a radius of a kilometer and a half to all major tourist attractions. Just a 10 minute walk from BTS Phayathai and Ratchathewi Station, guests are within a one and a half kilometer radius of all major tourist attractions. Visit the Central World or MBK Hall to kick off your vacation, or head to Siam Discovery for an unforgettable experience.


Source: http://book.bestwestern.com/

What to explore at BEST WESTERN Mayfair Suites?

Best Western Mayfair Suites offers comfortable rooms in downtown Bangkok. The hotel provides free tuk-tuk service to the main road. Facilities include a fitness room, massage room, and coffee shop. Rooms at Best Western Mayfair come with a flat-screen cable TV, a safety deposit box, and a fridge with minibar. The private bathroom has a shower, and some rooms also have a bathtub. Guests can exercise in the small gym while enjoying city views, or relax on the sun loungers on the rooftop. For guests’ convenience, the front desk and the business room operate 24 hours daily.

Source: http://www.booking.com/

How to get to BEST WESTERN Mayfair Suites?

1. By Public Taxi or Airport Limousine at the arrival hall (gate number 4)

2. Airport Links at the basement of Suvarnnabhumi International Airport

- City Line leaves every half an hour which it takes 24 minutes from the Airport to Phayathai (last station); fare 45.-baht/person/trip | Operating Time: 06.02-23.45 hours

- Express Line

leaves every half an hour which it takes 17 minutes from the Airport to Phayathai station; fare 90.-baht/person/trip | Operating Time: 06.00-23.59 hours

- At Phayathai station

you are able to get a Public Taxi to the hotel which it takes 5-10 minutes or 1 kilometre. Taxi fare is approximately 60.-baht/car/trip

Source: http://www.mayfairbangkok.com/

Selling points

  • Cheapest in the area and well located
  • Nice staff, comfy beds, close to shopping
  • Well located and comfortable
  • Good for a short and an economic stay
  • Great value and friendly staff
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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
180.11 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
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36 Phethburi Soi 13, Phethburi Road, Rachthevee,, กรุงเทพมหานคร 10400, Thailand

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Tips for you

  • The best way to find the hotel is to take the Airport Rail Link or the Skytrain to Phaya Thai station and once you get off the train, look out until you can see the tallest building in the area.
    Location
  • Dont choose high floor room. 2nd floor if possible, so you don't need to wait for the lift.
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  • The hotel is close to local shopping area and plaza. You can find clothes and stuff just around there. Also many local foods at night.
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I just arrived home after staying here for two weeks as a tourist. Firstly the hotel is initially difficult to find, but once you get the idea of where it is, then it's simple. The best way to find the hotel is to take the Airport Rail Link or the Skytrain to Phaya Thai station and once you get off the train, look out until you can see the tallest building in the area. A tall thin tower hotel called the Baiyoke Tower hotel. It's easy to spot as the top has an illuminated neon display, saying things like "Long live the King" on it. You want to leave the station, heading towards it and follow the road alongside the railway line in the direction of the tower. You can walk either side of the railway. One side gets a bit messy when it rains and the other side is tarmac, but you need to cross the railway. You know when a train is coming though as the crossing makes a very loud siren noise. Go through a small alleyway past an under-building car park and turn left. You will pass a few tiny street food stalls on your right and then you will see the sign for the hotel's restaurant "Millenio". Couldn't be easier. I admit it is a little complicated at first but once you have got the hang of it, the hotel couldn't be in a better location as it is so close to the station, and to the market. When you want a cab driver to take you to the hotel, most of them haven't a clue where it is, so ask for Phethburi 13, near Phaya Thai. Oh yes- a quick Bangkok survival tip: Go on a tuktuk ONCE only for the fun. Otherwise for when you wish to get around, use a meter taxi. They don't rip you off as the tuktuks do. Just make sure they switch the meter on. I checked in very late at night and had a very easy check-in. At first glance the lobby is nice and clean, but a little basic. The staff were very nice and helpful. The concierge is very nice and will take you to nearby places using the hotel's tuktuk. Don't forget to tip! Tips are not expected, but they are very welcome. The room cleaning staff are lovely too and always seemed to know when I had gone out so they did not bother me. The food in the hotel was very good. Surprisingly so, actually. They do a good continental style breakfast and some delicious eggs. If you wish to order food later, you can do, which is also very good indeed- including some Western comfort food. Try the ham and cheese toasted sandwich- one of the nicest I've ever had. The room was excellent. Nice and clean, huge shower, powerful aircon (if anything, it can be too powerful if you turn it up as I woke up with my teeth chattering once- but that was my fault for forgetting and leaving it on the coldest setting!). The rooms have a free safe, which are simple to use. I had nothing pinched so can't mark them down on the security. The bed was comfortable, if a little firm. But it was most importantly clean. Good towels. Minibar well stocked and not too expensive. The hotel supplies two bottles of water at no cost each day and leaves them in the room for you. The room has a cool plug socket which is a combined thing and allows UK plugs to be used. The only thing I can think of to mark this hotel down on, is that I found the many light-switches in the room confusing. There are loads of them and one of them was hidden behind the TV and took some searching to locate. Would I stay here again? In a heartbeat. In fact I'm already planning my return early next year to the same hotel. Those of you who want to try local bars, just near Phaya Thai station, there is a nice local bar which has live music. I didn't meet a single other foreigner in there. The people were all Thai locals and were totally lovely.

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