- Bed and Breakfast
- Spectacular views of Bangkok
- Superb location with easy access to the city
- Excellent value luxury for less
Located in the heart of the Sathorn business district, the Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn is an excellent choice for comfort and value. With direct access to the BTS SkyTrain system, the entire city is accessible right on your doorstep. From the rooms, breath-taking views of the Chao Phraya River and glittering skyline make for memorable photo opportunities, particularly from the 14th floor swimming pool. Contemporary interiors with soft and soothing colours and textures in the decor evoke restfulness and serenity, providing an oft-needed respite from the intoxicating sights and sounds of the Thailand's buzzing capital city. This hotel has something to offer every member of the family.
Great hotel with a real luxury 5* feel. Nice decor, with a calm but welcoming feel. Staff very professional, helpful and pleasant. Good base for exploring as it has a central L ocation and is ideal for travelling especially with the train connection. Rooms well appointed and spacious. Food choices...
Elizabeth Lever reviewing Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn Bangkok (18-Mar-2018)
- Superior Bungalow
- Bed and Breakfast
- Great variety of dining activities
- Weekly activities to keep you active
- Relax in your room in comfort
With strong natural elements at the forefront of the concept, the Peace Resort Samui is a perfect mix of contemporary architecture and effortless scenery. The 122 guest rooms will ensure that you can enjoy your stay in true comfort, with all your culinary needs seen to in expert fashion.
Staying in the bungalows was so much nicer than a hotel. Lovely place to visit and the snorkelling is well worth doing. I would stay here again. We were really delighted with all of the hotels that the holiday place recommended to us. The transfers were smooth and the reps we dealt with in...
Julie Croft reviewing Peace Resort Samui (13-Aug-2018)
£1049 per person
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