Bangkok, with all its modern hustle and bustle, is a royal city with elegance, style, and nobility flowing in its veins. It is a city of angels, a happy city, and a city of eternal jewels if the long name of Bangkok should be the basis of one judgment.
Why then should you stay in Bangkok to be different from elegance, style, and nobility? Look at the President Palace Hotel in Bangkok, where you will find apartments that will even allow angels to sing and, more realistically, will please you with the amenities, amenities, and services provided by staff and administration.
President Palace Hotel is ideally located in Bangkok’s central business district, Sukhumvit Road, in close proximity to all the entertainment venues, shops, and restaurants that are relevant to your stay. If you’ve already explored the area, walk to MRT Station or Nana BTS Skytrain Station to head to other parts of the city.
After research, return to the hotel and remind again why the President Palace Hotel was your best choice in excellent rooms. Its building is a wonderful sight after the dim hotels of the past during your travels – modern with Asian motifs, strong and at the same time hospitable with glass walls and elegant as Thais.
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Its impressive building is the forerunner of the equally impressive amenities that President Hotel offers. Let’s start with the iPad and iPod docking station, which provides great convenience for travelers, although it needs to be emphasized that this is only available for Club Floor bookings.
The Club Lounge, located on the 16th floor, is exclusively for Club Floor guests, as well as for guests booked in Superior Club and Deluxe Club rooms. Club Floor guests enjoy many free services, including breakfast, snacks, and pre-dinner cocktails, a seasonal fruit basket upon arrival, unlimited internet access in the room, and laundry and ironing services.
The fitness center, however, is free for all hotel guests. Modern fitness equipment is complemented by a flat-screen TV with satellite and music channels. Swim in the pool, drink cocktails from the Splash Bar and just relax in your room any way you want.
The rooms are impressive, if not more so than the rest of the public areas, as well as for good reasons. You have the choice between luxurious rooms such as superior rooms and deluxe rooms.
Superior rooms have a large living room with a work desk and table lamp, a 32-inch flat-screen LCD TV, and a luxurious leather sofa. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, an alarm clock/radio, a minibar, and an electronic safe. Did we mention that each room has a magnificent view of the Bangkok skyline?