I stayed at the LT dayrooms in concourse G last night and thought it was money well spent. It was 3500 baht for 6 hours. The convenience of not lining up for immigration, customs, getting a transfer to a hotel, checking in, checking out, transfer back, going through immigration, security....
Just typing all that makes me tired! I slept like a rock (although I did get woken up a couple times by airport announcements). Woke up, took a shower, and after a short flight arrived Bali completely refreshed and ready to go.
Jet lag is no joke! If you hesitate to spring for a hotel on a layover you can plan on losing the first day of your vacation being completely worn out and cranky.
I thought the staff was efficient and friendly. I don't see what the big deal is with the key deposit-- I gave them a 20, they attached it to my file, and gave me the same bill back in the morning.
I had TG business class lounge access so skipped the free breakfast.
I thought it was perfectly clean.
I saw the free Transit Area. It looked like a refugee camp with people and kids sprawled all over the place. ick.
LOL I was thinking the TA people were crazy saying it was so hard to find as I was walking down Concourse G. But I had to go to 2 other Louis Tavern lounges to ask directions! I had walked right past it.
Directions: Walk down concourse G, up the escalator, and then keep looking to your far right. Far right, next to the windows. You'll see the big sign with DAYROOMS in red letters on a black background -- just follow the arrows. But I can see where people would get frustrated!
Would I stay here again? Yes Already planning it on my return in 2 weeks.
I think people need to understand this is an AIRSIDE TRANSIT Hotel. This should not be compared to the Novotel, the Best Western or any other hotel. You already know you'll pay a lot more money for food and drinks inside the airport, but you do it anyway for convenience, right?
I was stressed about not being able to get a room. I filled out a reservation form and emailed them like 10 times with no reply. For that I am taking away a star. But doing a walk in was fine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Louis’ Tavern Transit Hotel (Dayrooms)A Member of The Miracle GroupThe only transit hotel in ThailandLouis' Tavern Transit Hotel (Dayrooms), A Miracle Group hotel is conveniently located on level 4, Concourse G within the Suvarnabhumi Airport. With a fantastic view of the runway itself, why waste time going Downtown and back when you only have a restricted amount of time. Make your short rest an unforgettable one without leaving the airport or even clearing immigration. And just because you are stuck in the airport does not mean you can't have fun! There are other facilities await for you to indulge. We are looking forward to giving you the best service. ... more less
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