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Sukhumvit Park, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments
Ranked #10 of 851 Hotels in Bangkok
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“Superb Place to Stay-Well Worth the Price”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed May 5, 2011

Stayed here for 5 days in April, 2010. I usually do not rate a property 5 stars unless it is exceptional and this place fits the bill. I paid $100 US on a senior rate. Had this hotel been in the US, the cost would be in a range of $150 to $275 depending on location. All of the staff were wonderful, friendly and helpful. The lobby is beautiful and super clean.

I was in the smallest and cheapest room which was a Studio and it was more spacious than most hotel rooms and more than big enough for 2 people. The room was very clean and, very nicely furnished. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom very large with oversized tub, separate shower area and marble sink. The hotel provided toothbrush, shaving cream and toothpaste everyday. Shower has two heads-a standard head and a rainshower one. Kitchen has everything you need: stainless steel fridg, microwave, sink, utensils and hotel provided two free bottles of water each day. There is a huge work area for computer and a flat screen TV. My only complaint is, as noted by others, the internet charge is $17 US a day. Since the room was worth so much more than I paid, I just bit the bullet and paid for it. It did work very well. Room was quiet-I never heard another person or heard a door close. Floors are wood which are healthier and easier to keep clean than carpet . I was there the hottest time of the year and the AC was fine.

Tips for your trip to Thailand:
Hotel Tuk Tuk runs continuously from 6 AM to 10 PM and takes you to the Skytain, which is very easy to use. It blows away US transit systems like Chgo's CTA. Despite the hot weather, the trains are all freezing cold and the trains and platforms are very clean. You can travel for as little as $.75 a trip with a 15 ride ticket.

Turn right outside the hotel and walk 3-4 blocks to McDonalds (open 24 hours), Subway (open 24 hours) and a very upscale Au Bon Pain. Hotel is in an area of very nice high rises, mostly for expats, and there are a number of restaurants there.

Turn left and there is a huge seafood viilage and a 7/11, great for snacks and light eating. Bought a yogurt, orange juice and croissant for less the $2.00 US. The 7/11's are very popular with Thais and nicer than the ones in the US.

Vist the Grand Palace and Wat Arum and take the tourist boat ($5 unlimited ticket for a day) up the Chao Phraya River. (You can take the Skytrain right to the Pier) If you get off at the last stop, Phra Arthit Pier, you can walk or take a Tuk Tuk to the famous Khao San Road, home of backpackers, hippies and street vendors. Lots of places to buy things, plan travel and eat.

Do your souvenir shopping at the MBK Mall, indoor and AC but with individual vendors like a Flea Market or Swap Meet where you can buy everything Thai and bargain like a madman. Also, MBK has an entire floor of electronics/cellphone vendors and you can work out a way of calling the States CHEAP. A friend lent me a Nokia phone to use in Thailand and I bought a SIM card and 200 minutes to US for all of $20. Even if you had to buy a cheap Thai phone, it is the cheapest way to call the U.S. MBK has several food courts, one entirely Asian, along with McDonalds and Au Bon Pain.

Public taxi from the airport to the hotel was a bit less than 400 BHT or about $13 for a trip which in Chicago would run $30 to $40.

If you care to visit the red light districts, Skytrain stop Asok will lead to Soi Cowboy and stop Nana for Nana Plaza.

I am weird and do not eat Thai food so can't help you with that.

Stayed April 2011, traveled solo
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed May 1, 2011

Spent Easter weekend at the MEA Sukhumvit and enjoyed every minute of it. On top of the wonderful location and nice decor, I commend the most the staff of this hotel. As I had a party of 9 incl. several small children, I made numerous requests to the hotel front office to assist with booking airport transfers, car hire for day tours, local restaurant reservations, etc. All my requests were complied with diligently and efficiently, and always with a smile.

  • Stayed April 2011, traveled with family
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 23, 2011

The hotel is quite new, with modern amenities cheerful decor and a neat well maintained grounds. The staff are friendly and attentive. Restaurant is excellent and has a varied menu. The location is convenient and they provide a Tuk-Tuk shuttle to the nearby SkyTrain.

The rooms are quiet, very clean have roomy bathrooms and modern appliances.

Hidden gem - you won't be disappointed.

  • Stayed April 2011, traveled on business
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 22, 2011

I have been stay at Marriott Sukhumvit Park for 5 days. It's very convenience to go to shopping and find some food.

Staff member was friendly and nice and good food at Bistro M.

I will return to your property surely.

  • Stayed April 2011, traveled on business
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 15, 2011

Me and my family stayed at this property for 3,5 weeks in early 2011, it was a combined business and leisure trip.

Initially looked at Emporium Suites and all the other 'regular long stay' properties, but ended up here, mostly due to the Marriott seeming to give a much better value and cheaper prices.

We ended up with a one bed room apartment, full kitchen and even a washer and dryer in one of the closets (very clever design).

Overall, the room was very nice, the bedroom was huge, bathroom was huge too (with its own dedicated shower/bath room) and kitchen was adequately sized too (open towards the living room).

I am normally a critical traveller and can find improvements in many areas, especially after staying longer than a few days or a week, but not this time.

We got really comfortable here and enjoyed ourselves. Service is one of the most personal experiences I have experienced in Thailand, especially towards the children, top notch!

The location is nice, just a few hundred meters away from the Sky Train, local great spas on the same street (Soi 24) and a stone throw away from another nice soi (soi 26) with great restaurants and a 'life style mall' K-Village.

I would really recommend this place to anyone planning to stay in Bangkok, either for a few days or long term.

  • Stayed January 2011, traveled on business
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed March 2, 2011

The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Bangkok city. The rates are comparable to the other hotels in the surrounding area and hence it is value for money because you get much more by paying 10-20% extra over other hotels.

There is no need to mention about cleanlines, professionalism, etc. as the MARRIOTT name stands for itself.

I did have an issue with their airport pickup (there was no airport pickup despite confirmations from their side). This is not acceptable from a hotel like Marriott. They did try to make up for it by upgrading the room but it does not cover the hassles faced by me at the airport.

  • Stayed January 2011, traveled on business
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed February 24, 2011

This is a top notch property with one big flaw: lack of free internet access everywhere.
YOu must pay for it in your room, in the lobby at the pool. They nickel and dime you!
It is ridiculous! Just because of this it does not make it to 4 stars in my opinion.

  • Stayed February 2011, traveled as a couple
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Property: Sukhumvit Park, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments
Address: 90 Sukhumvit Soi 24 | Khlongton, Khlongtoei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand
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Location: Thailand > Bangkok > Sukhumvit
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#3 Business Hotel in Bangkok
#7 Spa Hotel in Bangkok
#9 Luxury Hotel in Bangkok
#9 Family Hotel in Bangkok
#77 Romantic Hotel in Bangkok
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:5 star — Sukhumvit Park, Bangkok - Marriott Executive Apartments 5*
Number of rooms: 300
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Marriott Executive Apartments Sukhumvit Park - Bangkok offers you all of the comforts of home in our luxury apartments in Bangkok, Thailand. We provide guests with the safety and flexibility needed when traveling to Thailand for business or leisure. Conveniently situated within walking distance to Phrom Phong BTS station and Emporium Shopping centre, we are an ideal choice for travelers seeking centrally located 5-star apartments in Bangkok. Our 2 tuk tuks run regularly run throughout the day, which makes it easy to access all of Bangkok's commercial areas and famous tourist attractions. With a range of suites, starting from our spacious 45sqm Studio Suites, 65sqm One Bedroom Suites, and 130sqm Two Bedroom Suites, we have options for travelers and families of all sizes. ... more   less 
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