The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok

The Sukosol Hotel formerly known as Siam Hotel blends cosmopolitan style with Asian comfort. The hotel is conveniently located downtown near Phaya Thai Station, shopping areas and dining venues. The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok is a 4.5-star hotel.

The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand

All our jaws totally dropped at the first glimpses of this hotel. This is one gorgeous place to stay. The staff is very warm and helpful. I love their warm smiles -- it's very uplifting. 

We only had one word and that is 'wow'. We only paid $308 SGD for 3 days and 2 nights for 3 persons. (I'm with my husband and a friend.) That's like paying $51.33 SGD for 1 night. That's seriously cheap!

As I've mentioned earlier the hotel is conveniently located near Phaya Thai station. We took the Airport Link (City Line) from Subharnabhumi Airport. It took us less than 45 minutes to arrive at Phaya Thai station. Ticket cost 45 THB per pax which is a far cry from riding a taxi which cost around 500 THB. This is due to the extra toll fee that you'll have to pay.

The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand

The hotel is not visible from the station because of the tall buildings around it. At first, we had a hard time locating it. Most of the street signs are written in Thai language. No worries, though, Thai people are very much willing to help. A smiling Thai approached us and help us on our way to the hotel.

The Room

We stayed in a family room. It has ample amounts of space for 3 guests. My husband could still remember how comfortable the bed was.

The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand
The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand

The view from our hotel room.

The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand

The first thing we did is indulged ourselves with good food. We arrived late afternoon and we were all very hungry. We ate at the Spice & Rice, this is located inside the hotel premises. This restaurant serves Thai Cuisine. It cost us around 700 THB each.

The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand

Food is really good. Yum!

Pool area

We enjoyed swimming on our first night in Bangkok before touring the area.

The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand

Hotel Breakfast

Breakfast is buffet style. They serve Thai, Western and Asian.

The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand

Sapphire Bar

Part of the hotel stay inclusion is the welcome drinks. We claimed it at the lobby and went to the Sapphire bar to chill and listen to live music.

The Sukosol Hotel Bangkok Thailand

And yes, the drinks are very good too.

What I thought

As I've mentioned from my previous post: Travel Itinerary: Bangkok Thailand I'd definitely choose to stay at The Sukosol Hotel, if ever we visit Bangkok, Thailand once again. It's luxury for less. The staff is very warm and helpful. The hotel is well maintained with comfortable and clean rooms. 

Plus they offer good Thai massage, tasty and not so pricey macarons at the Deli shop (1 macaron cost 30 THB), a relaxing atmosphere and yummy and satiating food. I regret not buying packs of macarons to bring back home to Singapore. Boo.

I only wish they have a hot shower option. Grrr... it's very cold inside our room. Maybe, the switch or the control for the air conditioner isn't working at that time? Who knows. We failed to ask. 

Overall, this is a very good hotel. I would definitely recommend The Sukosol Hotel as a hotel of choice when you visit Bangkok, Thailand. You can book them here.