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Tassie family
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Hotels in Bangkok

We are travelling to Bangkok in September for 3 nights with our 14 year old daughter. I have been looking at the Davis Hotel, has anyone any experience with this? A pool is important and after years of fairly average hotels we thought we would like a spacious room and modern decor. I also want to know what the location is like. We have previously stayed in Silon Road. Is the Davis in a convenient location?

Chakrabongse villas was another idea, but getting a bit pricey. Has anyone stayed there?They look amazing.

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The Davis is nice enough, especially the villas. The pool is rather small with not many chairs around it, but it is attractive. It's not so much a place where there might be other kids around, if that is important to you. Their regular rooms are not large at 33 square meters, but would be OK with an extra bed.

Not sure about your budget...but some choices...September is also low season, so you may very well be able to get a top hotel within your budget.

Conrad - easy tuk tuk or taxi to Skytrain, or 10 minute walk. Very nice pool area and very nice rooms. Breakfast buffet is excellent. Quite a few families here when we stayed last time. Service is OK, but you have to ask for everything rather than having needs anticipated.

Peninsula - stunning pool and great rooms, right on the river, boat service right to the Skytrain station every 5 minutes or so. They have summer specials that are valid into September. Also lots of families when we have been there. Service here is much, much better than at the Conrad...not that the Conrad was bad, but the Peninsula staff knew all of our names and what we had to drink yesterday beside the pool and would we like the same today.....nice.

Marriott Resort and Spa - huge pool area in a lovely garden. Average rooms but nice enough. Friendly staff, but they won't likely know your name or favorite drink. Boat takes 15 minutes to the Skytrain.

Majestic Grande - entry level rooms are too small, but Deluxe and up are good sized. Pool area is small but attractive. Service is average. Breakfast is excellent. Price is very good.

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