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Went to Bankgkok with my adult daughter for a week. We wanted to get out and see as much as we could. No lazy holiday for us. The Amara was a great central base for us to stay in. So easy to just walk out the door and get a tultuk or a taxi. Staff were great heapful in anything we needed. Their facilities ...
Nice comfy bed Could do with better water pressure for the shower.
This an excellent value for money: a great business hotel. Smallish rooms, but everything is clean and neat. Just a bit dated carpets in corridors. Great lobby, tons of well functioning lifts. Quick check in, check out. Price is what you see is what you get. Breakfast spread is pretty decent with ...
Awesome hotel. Close to airport, great for people in transit.
Really enjoyed our stay in the hotel, nice and close to the major shopping centres and lots of tourist attractions. extremely easy to travel from a centered location.
Upon arrival after a lengthy journey I experienced the most unbelievable check in. Ordinarily every hotel takes a card, the passport and fills in details then gives you the key cards , 5 minutes. Here I was ushered to a seating area where my passport was taken, she then disappeared then returned ...
Just a heads up—if you spend your annual break in Thailand, you might not want to leave. This country has everything, from hilltop villages where time stands still to urban hubs where spicy food is abundant. Located south of Myanmar, north of Malaysia and at the top of your list, Thailand is ready for you to explore. Hotels in Thailand can place you in the centre of Bangkok or among the coconut palms of Koh Samui—either way, it'll be an adventure.
City or country—you decide. Starting in Bangkok, you can get in touch with your spiritual side by visiting one of the many temples, then embrace the gods of consumerism at Chatuchak Weekend Market. Thousands of stalls here sell ceramics, furniture and food. You can buy plants too, but really only to liven up your hotel room, as customs on the way home might not look kindly upon your greenery. Next up, all this shopping will make you hungry, so check out Siam Square to eat, shop and eat a little more.
Thailand holidays go beyond the country's capital. In the mood for a beach? Enjoy towering ancient rock formations and caves flush against blue water on the islands of Koh Samui, Phuket or both. And since Thailand also has small villages perched in the hills near Chiang Mai, you might want to take a few extra days to get a culture fix and embrace a slower-paced life.
Can’t get enough of village life? Book Thailand accommodation within a stone’s throw of these communities and spend your days relaxing. Turn off your phone—except to take pictures, of course—and just chill out beneath the palm fronds. You’re welcome.
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