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Reviewed April 25, 2011

This was the second time I had stayed at the Royal Princess.

My main reason for staying at the Royal Princess was its location. It is 5 to 10 minutes away by car from the UN Conference Centre and about 15 minutes away on foot. Another welcome advantage of the hotel was its fairly intimate breakfast area which allowed me to start my day in peace. Also a plus was that one of the restaurants stayed open 24/7. This is one of the few hotels I've stayed at where food at the restaurants was both good and inexpensive.

The rooms are spacious and clean, although a little frayed, and WiFi coverage has been enhanced since my last stay two years ago. Laundry rates are quite reasonable if you need to stay for an extended period. The staff was always polite and efficient.

The main disadvantages of the hotel are that it is far from the center of town and the room airconditioning was either too hot or too cold. There is no proper fitness centre although there is an indoor pool. If you have business at the UN Conference Centre in Bangkok and need a reliable hotel, I would recommend the Royal Princess.

Date of stay: April 2011
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1  Thank Talampakan
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Reviewed April 22, 2011

Nice clean hotel in walking distance to ESCAP in unsprectacular, but authenitic neighborhood. Had a quiet room on the pool side and comfortable bed. I eat twice dinner at the hotel restaurant (once chines and once the regular, I guess Thai restaurant. Both did not impress me too much - on the pricy side and not half as good as the local restaurants nearby.

Room tip: upper floors, pool side
Date of stay: April 2011
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2  Thank StefanMarco
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Reviewed April 9, 2011

Very nice hotel in a quiet neighborhood. Good location to explore another side of Bangkok. Walking distance to the old Bangkok

Room tip: room with a large balcony
Date of stay: March 2011
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1  Thank DB-Paris
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Reviewed March 5, 2011

I have been staying at this hotel for eleven years on my yearly trip to Thailand. The service is truly outstanding.
The bathrooms are getting to the stage that they to be renovated, however, the place is spotless. The white towels are white - you get the idea.
The road the hotel is on is very busy and if you are in a room facing the street, the traffic noise is audible.
Khaosan Rd is a 20 minute walk.

Date of stay: February 2011
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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3  Thank alwaystravelling1973
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Reviewed November 16, 2010

I arrived at Bangkok Airport (about midnight) and met a car & driver that I prearranged with the hotel (1200 BHT). The drive was about 30 minutes to the hotel. The hotel is located in the center of Bangkok. For tourists, it's about a 30-40 minute walk to the Royal Palace. The area is OK. Lam Luang Road is quite busy.

The check-in was both friendly and quick. I was in bed and asleep within 30 minutes of arrival. The king size bed was very comfortable, and the room was quiet (I heard no street traffic over my 7-day stay).

The room was clean, but was showing wear-and-tear. The TV was an older model CRT with only a modest number of channels (BBC, Discovery channel, and CNN were the main English language channels). The internet service was somewhat below average with routine drop outs (1000 BHT for 1 week).

Bathroom was clean (shower, toilet, and sink all located in the same room), linens were good quality, with normal amenities (body wash, soap bars, 2-in-1 shampoo & conditioner, q-tips, shower cap, etc.). I didn't drink the water but used the daily 1-liter bottle of water supplemented with 2-liter bottles that I bought at the 7-11 across the street. The room also had complementary slippers and robes in the closet.

The closet was lit by interior lights that came on as you opened the closet door. The closet included a safe and plenty of hangers.
The room had a couple of nice mirrors, a built in vanity, and a desk with a chair. There were phones at the desk, bed, and in the bathroom.

Breakfast was very good with excellent variety. They serve a variety of hot dishes (including a chef to prepare omelets), cereal, fresh fruit, fruit juices, breads, etc.. Didn't try the lunch, but the dinner menu was good (pad thai was good). The bar was good (176 BHT for a Singha beer).

The staff at the hotel was very very good, and exceedingly friendly. The staff is generally good with english.

The hotel gym was below average. They had one treadmill, a stationary bicycle, and a bench with some free weights. The treadmill worked OK for the 1st kilometer, but began to hesitate (probably a slipping drive) on the 2nd kilometer (I quit). Informed the staff, but I didn't try it a 2nd time. I had to skip the gym a few times when the bike was occupied.

Date of stay: November 2010
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3  Thank pabl01neum
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