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- Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside
- Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Bangkok, Executive Terrace Suite
- Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside Bangkok, Executive Terrace Suite
- Grand Deluxe Room
Over Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside
Het Ramada Plaza is de perfecte plek voor een ontspannen en comfortabel verblijf in Bangkok. Het gebouw heeft een u-vorm, waardoor u vanuit de schaduwrijke omgeving van het zwembad ook een mooi uitzicht heeft op de rivier. Binnen vindt u een bar, een restaurant en een coffee lounge, de ideale plek om de dag te beginnen met een cappuccino en een lekkernij. Voor een dag winkelen hoeft u niet ver te reizen! Op slechts vijf minuten lopen van het hotel vindt u Asiatique, een bruisend winkel-, eet- en entertainmentgebied. En met de shuttle-boat van het hotel bent u binnen enkele minuten bij de Sky Train.
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Airco, internettoegang, telefoon, televisie, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, kluisje en compleet ingerichte badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn, uitzicht over zwembad en/of rivier.
Zoals Deluxe, ruimer, met groter woongedeelte.
Zoals Deluxe, ruimer, met aparte lounge en uitzicht op de skyline en/of rivier.
Gelegen aan de Chao Phraya-rivier, op 15 minuten varen van het centrum.
• 5 Restaurants
• 3 Bars
• Kids Club
• Cocktail Cruise
De moderne metropool Bangkok is de hoofdstad van Thailand en veelal uw startpunt van uw rondreis door Thailand. Door de Thai wordt de stad vaak Krung Thep genoemd, wat de Stad der Engelen betekent. Op het eerste gezicht lijkt Bangkok een moderne, betonnen stad met winkelcentra, tempels en wat luchtvervuiling. Zodra u daar echter doorheen prikt, ziet u een fascinerende stad met vele gezichten.
I loved the location by the river and taking the shuttle boat to the sky train (the trip takes only 7-8 minutes). It was so relaxing. The river view from my room was fantastic. The swimming pool area is cosy and I would have liked to have more time to spend there. A welcome drink upon arrival; some fruits in the rooms; drinking water and a cold towel in the shuttle boat for the return trip. Very good breakfast. Only some minutes' walk to the Asiatique night market. Bob Boutique tailor shop is just in front of the hotel - I can recommend them. I will definitely come back to this hotel.
"Great Value in this Hotel"
I booked this hotel from Dec 20 to 28 and a very pleasant experience. I arrived at midnight and check in staff was as sharp as it was noon, they even gave me an upgrade for the amount of days I was staying. The hotel carries a lot of history as it was one of the first in this area that is now busy developing luxury high-rises for hotels and residences. Walking the neighboring streets you can get a glimpse of day to day Bangkok and also feel how the area is changing with the influx of tourists and fancy hotels. However, Ramada being the elder one in the area, feels like a neighborhood staple as opposed to the intrusive and gentrifying newcomers. The first thing you see is a block-long driveway that exemplifies how well knit this hotel is in the community. Anything from locally run cafes, tailors and laundry services can be found without leaving the hotel's driveway which I found very cool. I have mixed feelings about the location. It was nice to be a little off the beaten path and enjoy a part of town that is up and coming. The neighborhood is great to get a feel of non-tourist Bangkok and Asiatique a development that turned warehouses and piers into shopping and restaurants is within walking distance. However, I kept feeling I was trading a riverfront hotel and its views for convenience, as there are many comparable hotels closer to the main attractions of the city. Specially there are plenty of budget hotels towards historic area and chinatown and many reasonably priced luxury hotels in the Siam sector. Also taxis will be very hesitant to take you from the tourist areas all the way down to this enclave, traffic is horrendous specially during rush hour. In the end I enjoyed being away from the tourist frenzy and retreating every night towards my safe haven by the river. I had to rely on the BTS as the cheapest option. I found out that Uber works great but it is significantly more expensive than a regular cab. This inconvenience was also quickly mitigated by one of the great features of this hotel, a boat shuttle that runs every 15 mins and connects you to the BTS. It was nice to start every journey right there in the river and when you returned the private boat shuttle was there with cold water and a towel. Incredibly convenient. The hotel itself of course is aged and has a distinctive 70's and 80's feel to it, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. The upside is big hallways and lobby, great spaces for dinning and bigger rooms. The downside as in every older hotel is that it could use some upgrades and the age is starting to show in the carpets and some in the furniture. Having said that I prefer old 80's luxury hotels over current hotel designs where chains care about maximizing space and moving people fast. 70's and 80's was a time when hotels, airlines and anything related to tourism weren't obsessed with mass processing and strived to make you feel like royalty or at least a Jetsetter, and the architecture of this hotel maintains that spirit for sure. In an era of overhyped infinity pools and pillow menus some old school luxury is welcomed. I had a room with a river view which was a big perk. Seeing everyday life in the Chao Phraya river was a great way to be introduced to Bangkok and Thailand itself. The views are awesome and you can see al the way to Taksin pier, in fact I would time my exit by seeing where the boat shuttle was in the river. The buffet breakfast was really good and there were was enough variety for asians and westerners including an omelette bar. Croissants and other pastries were solid, as well as the fruit selection, but I have to admit it was kind of cool to have all you can eat pad thai, ramen or masala for breakfast, I recommend trying them as that is part of the adventure too. Unfortunately as it is common in this part of the world the coffee is average at best, if you are particular about this I suggest you bring your own. The facilities were good and functional, specially the pool which is big enough to do laps and has plenty of space to relax including a bar where you can get decent drinks and food. The pool is not heated and the sun doesn't get to it, so the water feels very cold early and late in the day. The advertised hot tub was just a separate section with the same cold water. If an upgrade was made to heat the pool that can be a game changer for this hotel as the pool is remarkably different from what u find in chain hotels, its main distinction beautiful blue tiles and statues that serve as waterfalls. Paid services such as laundry, spa and restaurants were expensive for the market they are in, but it is common for hotels to try to get the most out of their captive audience. You don't have to go far to get better prices on those. Tip for first timers, don't use hotel laundry, Sue's laundry located in the hotel driveway will wash your clothes in a few hours and drop them at the concierge desk for a fraction of the hotel price. The hotel has a concierge desk to book tours for you, they are very nice and make an effort to explain you the tours and the options for them. I booked two tours with them and was not happy with the quality of the tours and found they were a bit overpriced. They were rushed and the attractions and amenities offered were to put it nicely misleading. This has no reflection on the hotel as a separate company runs the tours, but being the most available option for guests it is worth mentioning. I had better luck touring by myself or booking online. To summarize this is a great hotel where you get a lot of value for your money. The room rates are very affordable for the hotel offerings, breakfast and boat shuttle alone are big perks that come free. Location is not the greatest for touring, but it is manageable. If you want: - 5 star-like features at a mid range price - to stay away from the backpacking crowd and - to enjoy some comfort with amazing views. I highly recommend you stay at the Ramada Menam Riverside and enjoy the quintessential Bangkok river hotel experience.
View from the rooms are good, but the rooms are not that clean. Food is great!! The check in took so much time, the customer support executive was taking so much time to process one request which created a queue.
"River Side Hotel"
Warm welcome by the hotel staff with a welcome drink. I can still feel the taste of the flower tea which they gave and its amazing. Rooms are spacious and good view from the river view room. If you are travelling during peak season then you should plan early to book the river view rooms else it s tough to get those. Food is good and they have good variety. They also do serve near the pool. If you want to try Beer+Lunch+Swimming then its a must try. Do not miss out the dinner @ the river side and its really great. Though its bit far from the key tourist places its worth staying here and travel by Tuk Tuk or taxi. If you are travelling with family, then you can consider this as one of the best option to book.
"Beautiful River view"
We checked in Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside hotel on 11th of this month. Location is very good , beautiful river view, big pool, very good buffet breakfast and free Tuk Tuk and boat shuttle services are the specialty of this hotel.
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