In the mid 90s to early 2000s this hotel was called the EuroPark hotel when most rooms were priced at 800 baht per night. Not much has changed since then, though the price has doubled, and you get some Chinese toothpaste, shampoo, and a bottle of water each day. Rooms are spacious, cool marble floors and generally quiet (good for sleeping). All rooms are equipped with microwaves, hot water, wifi, safeboxes, and fridges. The cable tv is geared for the Muslim guests, not many English channels. I didn't try the food. The management is more corporate - not as friendly as before. The old EuroPark felt more like home, with less employees and no busy lobby/restaurant like now. Would I stay there again? Yes, but at 1,000 to 1,200 baht per night. With the current protests, Bankok is flush with more attractive hotel bargains.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- FuramaXclusive Sukhumvit - A Unico Collection, is ideally located in the heart of Bangkok’s Central Business District and easily accessible to the rest of the city. Shopping, food and entertainment are abundant in the area and the future City Airport Terminal in Makkasan will be built nearby, where the high-speed rail links to the Suvarnabhumi Airport. Venturing further out is made simple by using the BTS skytrain – Siam Central station, which is only two stops away, is linked by skybridges to the Siam Paragon, Siam Centre shopping malls and Siam Square. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Furamaxclusive Sukhumvit Bangkok
- Furamaxclusive Sukhumvit Hotel Bangkok