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- Rembrandt Hotel, Bangkok
- Rembrandt Hotel, Red Pepper Restaurant
- Rembrandt Hotel, Family Room
- Rembrandt Hotel, Bangkok
- Superior Room, Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok
Over Rembrandt Hotel
Na een dag in de drukke stad is het heerlijk om af te koelen in het geheel vernieuwde zoutwater-zwembad, dat altijd op een prettige temperatuur wordt gehouden. De Sanctuary Wellness & Spa is dé aangewezen plek voor ontspanning en verwennerij, vooral als u op koopjesjacht bent geweest bij Sukhumvit Road. Voor lekker eten kunt u in Bangkok uiteraard alle kanten op, maar het is zeker een aanrader om tijdens uw verblijf een bezoek te brengen aan de prijswinnende specialiteitenrestaurants Rang Mahal en Red Pepper. Of kies voor kleine snacks bij de Pool Bar. Reist u met kinderen? Dan bent u zeker bij Rembrandt aan het juiste adres. De familiekamers bieden comfortabel plek aan twee volwassenen en twee kinderen tot 16 jaar! In het gehele hotel heeft u de beschikking over gratis WiFi.
Tussen april en oktober 2016 geldt er een special waarbij u bij 4 nachten verblijf betaalt voor slechts 3 nachten! Vraagt u ons naar de voorwaarden.
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(30m2) Airco, televisie, WiFi, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, kluisje, strijkplank en -ijzer, minibar en compleet ingerichte badkamer met föhn, gelegen op de lagere verdiepingen.
: Zoals Superior, gelegen op de hogere verdiepingen, met uitzicht over de stad.
Zoals Superior, ruimer (36m2), met kingsize bed en een stapelbed.
Gelegen op een centrale plek, op circa 300 meter van de Sky Train en Metro Sukhumvit Station.
• 5 Restaurants
• 2 Bars
• Excursiemogelijkheden (in directe omgeving)
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.
"Too much smoking, I'll go elsewhere. If you smoke, this hotel is for you!"
I noticed nothing has been done about the smoking around the pool and it seems that this may be the culture surrounding the hotel. There are other hotels which take smoking more seriously so that's where I will stay in the future.
"Not what I would expect for a 5 star"
My husband and I stayed at the Rembrandt for 2 nights on the final trip on our honeymoon. Prior we stayed in 5 other hotels in Vietnam, Singapore and Thailand and this was the worst hotel. Pros: Clean Ok size room Tuktuk to main road Location to Aksos station Rooftop views Cons: Breakfast quality was poor Dirty swimming pool with birds No greeting or bell boy/girl help Pushes concierge for booking tours Concierge lack of knowledge on travelling other than taxis Far from centre and major tourist attractions Decor very old First we were not greeted at the hotel, the receptionist just wanted to process the payment without explaining the holding fee. My husband had to ask about the addition cost. No one helped us with our bags to the room. In all my hotel bookings I put that it was our honeymoon as this was special to us. All other hotels did something special in the room except this hotel, very disappointing. The room was clean and ok size room. Didn't have water or a robes until the second night. The iron board to falling apart and has yellow stains plus the iron was so heavy. The breakfast was ok except one day when my husband got sick after breakfast. On our only full day we asked about going to the Grand palace via train. Everyone seem to push to get taxis or tuktuk. Finally when we worked it out the concierge started pushing for selling other tours which we were not interested in. The worse was when we got to the Grand palace we found that it was closed half day due to being a praying day, something I would expect the hotel to advise us on when we asked. Good rooftop view from the Indian restaurant, you don't need to dine to see the view. On other final day early morning we went to the pool, there was no attendance, birds in the water and it looked dirty with glasses from the night before. Overall not a 5 star, maybe 3 at most. I was very surprised on the quality and service and would not book again.
Wow, really enjoyed staying here, the management are very customer focused and friendly. The hotel was beautiful Ineed, very clean, spacious and welcoming. The room and view was real nice, can not fault anything at this hotel.
"Best Indian meal"
We stayed at the Rembrandt Hotel & Towers in Bangkok, not too far from the City, but the Indian Restaurant at the top of this hotel is a must. The food was amazing and having ordered the FULL page which consisted of small dishes of various items, as recommended by the Manager, we sat overlooking a main road, lit up at night. We were delighted with the presentation and quantity and were offered more food as the dishes emptied! Did not realise that this was voted one of the best Indian places to eat in Bangkok.
"Accessibility, wheelchairs, disabled travelling "
I agree with many of the posts about the Rembrandt being a decent hotel. My review is specifically about being a disabled traveler and access as I found little info before coming. I'm British, of short stature and limited mobility and use a small scooter. The Rembrandt in Bangkok is accessible if you can transfer. It had the occasional set of steps but there were wooden ramps in place which were effective if not entirely secure. The entrance has a 5cm step but a ramp on the side. I could get to all the restaurants and poolside. Bangkok streets were better than I expect with major junctions having dropped kerbs but they were steep, uneven and often narrow. Back streets aren't so good so I just turned on my lights and stayed in the road. We used taxis to get around which were cheap and plentiful and worked as my scooter can go in the boot of any car. The Thai people were helpful, strangers would lift my 50kg scooter over any obstacle. We went on tours, arranged via the hotel, the best being the Royal Temples and I'd say you can do 75% of it using wheels. Our tour guide adapted it as we want along - we missed one or two things but also gained access to other areas the public don't get to see. It was a standard minibus so my scooter was loaded on and off. Flying (Thai Airways both from the UK and internally) has been ok. Have had to transfer to their wheelchair around the airport which limits my independence and the scooter goes via 'outsized baggage' which I don't like. The fact that it has survived is mostly down to the good design. If you have a specific question, do ask and I'll try to help.
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