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    Hi my husband and I stayed at The Muse Hotel in Bangkok which is part of the MGallery group. Very lovely & special, great staff, superb restaurants, pool on roof & centrally located in Lumpini - a safe area. Currently has 20% off room rates, lots of reviews on trip advisor. almost 4 years ago

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    We have been there during the 31st of 2012. The hotel is quite big and clean. Restaurants, bar, clubs, spa, money exchange are very close and the best thing is Nana BTS is very close to the hotel (5 min walk). Rooms are quite big and clean but the new wing rooms are much better than the old wing. Toilets are ok. Hotel lobby is very big and Wifi is free there. Breakfast is really good and the best part is there is a halal section. Few hotel staffs are nice and friendly but most of them are unfriendly. During the time of my check in we have faced some problems. I will stay there again but yes in the tower wing.

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    http://www.gurgaon-hotels.net almost 4 years ago

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    We are 68 and 56 and stayed in the Siam Ibis. It's well located for the sky train and although its a basic chain, you do know what you're getting. Also, the MBK Mall is opposite which has a good food hall, the Bangkok cultural and arts centre is a couple of mins walk. We used hotels.com for our choices. Enjoy....we did. almost 4 years ago

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    Try the; Royal Orchid Sheraton ;on the river,Wonderful views from the room and some of the corridors.Retaurant is excellent for Breakfast and Dinner if you want to eat in.We have stayed there twice. almost 4 years ago

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    Elsa...the MBK food hall...yum. Wherever you choose, it is best to be near a skytrain station, and as near as possible. Its very hot walking around, and traffic jams are common, so taxis can be a problem. almost 4 years ago

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    If money is no object, stay at any hotel on the river, preferably the side opposite the city; they all have ferry boats to get you to the nearest Skytrain station. That way you get to experience the river for free and you get the benefit of the breeze on the river. Our favourite is the Anantara Riverside Spa & Resort, Bangkok (formerly a Marriott resort). almost 4 years ago

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