Located in a popular shopping district, near many attractions
Direct access to BTS Skytrain through the hotel
Modern rooms feature marble bathrooms and flat-screen TVs
Two swimming pools on-site; one is on the rooftop
Spa has a sauna and range of treatments
Multiple on-site restaurants feature cuisine from around the world
Huge fitness center has modern equipment
On-site tennis court
Fee for Wi-Fi
Fee to use the sauna
Bed arrangements can be odd
Located near an array of shopping options,
Asia Hotel Bangkok is a massive property with multiple restaurants, top-notch fitness
facilities, and direct access to the BTS Skytrain. The 600 rooms and suites
here are simply furnished with generic decor in muted tones, and all come with air-conditioning,
flat-screen TVs, and electronic safes, but there is an additional fee for
Wi-Fi. Room service is available and numerous on-site restaurants serve cuisine
from around the world. Potential guests may want to compare rates at Prince
Palace Hotel, which has similar facilities and slightly prettier rooms.
This huge hotel is popular with tourists and business travelers alike.
Housed in a large tower, the Asia Hotel is a massive property that
attracts tourists and business travelers alike, as well as a fair share of
locals involved in conventions, weddings, and other special events. The lobby
is enormous and features marble floors, crystal chandeliers, lots of greenery
in the form of potted plants and floral arrangements, and multiple area rugs
with chairs situated around coffee tables. A coffee shop is found on the ground
floor and a small escalator connects the lobby with an open mezzanine area
featuring additional dining options. There's also a small kiosk selling Thai
souvenirs for those who don't mind paying a premium to avoid bargaining at
local markets. A long check-in desk with multiple staff posts helps the hotel
manage its large number of guests.
In a popular shopping district, a short walk from numerous tourist attractions
The Asia Hotel is near Bangkok's shopping
district while a BTS Skytrain station is directly connected by a bridge to the property's second
floor. It's a 10-minute walk to the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
and Jim Thompson House, both to the south, and a 15-minute walk to Siam Square.
The bustling Khaosan Road takes around 10 minutes to reach by car while getting to the
temples of Wat Pho, Wat Prakeaw, and Wat Arun to the west takes around 20 minutes by car. The airport is a half hour drive east.
Rooms and suites with generic -- but not unpleasant -- decor and luxe bathrooms
Asia Hotel Bangkok offers 600
air-conditioned rooms and suites for both smokers and non-smokers. Decor is simple, with a combination of cream-colored marble entry
halls, patterned carpeting, white walls with wood accents, and an
overall palette reliant on muted tones of beige and tan. All guest units
come with flat-screen TVs, kettles, and electronic safes, and interconnecting
rooms are available. Bathrooms are modern and strikingly luxe compared to
the more simply furnished sleeping areas and include large vanities with side
mirrors and lots of counter space, marble walls and floors, telephones, and
shower/tub combos. Free basic toiletries are included. Wi-Fi and LAN Internet
are available for a fee.
Conference facilities, spa, pool, and well-equipped fitness center
The rooftop pool is long
enough for swimming laps, and the area also has a bar flanked by lounge chairs.
A second pool is flanked by a whirlpool hot tub. The hotel's fitness center
looks out on one of the pools and features a large selection of modern equipment,
including treadmills, stationary bicycles, free weights, and resistance training
equipment. A peaceful spa offers multiple sections for foot massages,
traditional Thai massage, and various treatments and oil-based bodywork.
Use of the sauna costs extra, although it’s included in some treatment
packages. There's also a tennis court on the fifth floor of the hotel's
The Asia Hotel also has 13 meeting and conference rooms, including an enormous ballroom that can seat up to 1,500 guests theater-style. Audiovisual equipment, flip charts, and catering services can be provided upon request. The property is popular among domestic visitors for nuptials and offers its own wedding room for planning purposes.
Multiple restaurants serving cuisine from around the world
The Asia Hotel features
a Chinese restaurant, Great Wall, that offers Cantonese specialties and dim sum
at lunch and dinner. A coffee shop is open throughout the day and offers buffet
dining during meal time and performances by a Thai Elvis impersonator in the
evenings. Vietnamese food is available at the Saigon Restaurant, which provides
a reasonably priced buffet for lunch and dinner. The hotel also has a Brazilian
meat buffet, Rio Grill, open for lunch and dinner. The hotel's lobby bar serves
cocktails and snacks, and cakes and pastries can be purchased from the on-site
Asia Bakery. There's also a nightly cabaret held in the colorful Playhouse
Theater on the basement level that has attracted a few celebrity visitors,
including Lady Gaga.
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