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Bangkok Romantic Hotels

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  • This was our last stop on our honeymoon in Thailand, and it was superb! The room was very comfortable, clean and luxrious. Breakfast was amazing, every food you can imagine, fresh and delicious We highly recommend it

  • Absolutely amazing hotel with breathtaking views over Bangkok. Best pool in town! Love the vibrant design and decor. Super nice staff, clean facilities and delicious food. Overall impression is beyond words! Highly recommendable for couples that want to explore the best sites of Bangkok. Thank you so much for your hospitality So Sofitel Bangkok! You made our honeymoon!!

  • The bed was extra comfy. The bathroom was post-modern and very user friendly. The concierge Lookmoo was very friendly and helped me recharge my cellphone in a jiffy ! Our room was made up in a "anniversary style" we were celebrating our fortieth anniversary. At the reception we were told that we had been given a room upgrade - we stayed at the 22nd floor. The buffet breakfast was sumptuous.

  • Staff was courteous Room was large (although a bit different from the pictures shown) Bathroom was spacious and very clean Beautiful honeymoon decoration on bed upon check-in A/C was perfect in hot/humid Bangkok Breakfast was good with some options and good taste Pool was clean and refreshing Good value for money

  • very nice staff, it's our 9th anniversary got the surprise honeymoon cake and rose from the hotel.

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Things to Do in Bangkok

Wat Arun
The famous Wat Arun (วัดอรุณ), perhaps better known as the Temple of the Dawn, is one of the best known landmarks and one of the most published images of Bangkok. It consists of a massive elongated prang (Khmer-style tower), and is surrounded by four smaller prangs. The prang is described by the Tourism Authority of Thailand as 104m high, while most other sources quote figures around 80-85m. It is decorated by bits of porcelain which had previously been used as ballast by boats coming to Bangkok from China, a hallmark of the reign of King Rama III. The Wat had a brief period as host of the celebrated Emerald Buddha, which now resides in nearby Wat Phra Kaew.
Memorial Bridge
Also known as Phra Buddha Yodfa bridge. the phak Klong flower market is 100 metres upstream on the northern bank
Bangkok Flower Market
Bangkok Flower Market
Chatuchak Weekend Market
Thailand's and World's Largest Market with some 15,000 vendors and little stores. It's probably the world's largest market. It covers an area of 70 rai (35 acres), contains more than 15,000 shops and stalls, has over 200,000 visitors each day, and they spend an estimated total of THB 30 million (approx. USD 750,000). The range of products on sale is extensive, and includes household accessories, handicrafts, religious artifacts, art, antiques, live animals (which unfortunately are frequently caged in cruel conditions), books, music, clothes, food, plants, and flowers, etc. asked travelers...

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