About Bangkok Rama Hotel



"Hotel and staff's Vision"

Bangkok Rama Hotel (Baan Siri) is a place that we will assist all of our guests to be happy and healthy in all aspects of our services and for the staff “Happy to work, happy and safe environment”.

Contact for hotel assistance

> We are pleased if there is anything further to assist your stay in
Bangkok, please contact me at hotel.bankgokrama@gmail.com
> Looking forward welcoming you very soon.
> Sincerely,
> Thim on behalf of the hotel management and staff

Hotel accepts credit cards?

> You may settle your account at the hotel front office desk upon your
> arrival with cash or credit card [VISA, MASTER.,JCB, AMEX]
To secure your booking, EDC credit card machine can help deposit in advance for better room and complimentary such as soft drinks and pick up transfer.

Official banks

> The Thai Military Bank at soi 48, opens Monday to Friday 08:30-15:30 hours, close on Saturday and Sunday and official holidays, is just almost next door to the hotel on Pattanakarn road.
>In Tesco Lotus across the main road:
Bangkok Bank BBL, Bank of Ayudhya BAY, Siam Commercial Bank SCB,
>At MaxValu across the flyover bridge at intersection:
Siam Commercial Bank SCB, Kasikorn Bank KBANK
>And Bangkok Bank BBL just opposite MaxValu
>Bank counters in supermarkets open everyday except special holidays
>Bank counter at the airport Other official banks for foreign exchangers which open daily, are at the airport arrival and departure hall.

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Guests’ reviews


“Could live here”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 26 July 2010
1 person found this review helpful

Have been 5 times now, Thim the manageress and owner is a wonderful
woman and all the staff are fantastic. The food is amazing, the restaurant
comes very highly recommended and is used by locals. Rooms are very large
and airy, pool is fantastic, could not fault at all. Just love it there. We stayed
there for 6 weeks a few years ago and we now class it as our second home.

Stayed April 2010, travelled as a couple
5 of 5 stars Value
5 of 5 stars Location
5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
5 of 5 stars Rooms
5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
5 of 5 stars Service

“A bit of a mish mash!”

3 of 5 stars Reviewed 11 November 2010
2 people found this review helpful

What can I say..... the Rama or Baan Siri or 4 Dance Studio or
Restaurant Live Band Bar... ?
As with most things Thai, this simply did not know what it wanted to be.
Was it a Hotel, a Dance Studio, a Bar and or Restaurant or, whatever,
we didn't know?
Be warned, you are outside of Bangkok Central and as such you are cut off
from the world. You have to pay for the internet and it isn't cheap at 500 Bht
for 500 minutes, it isn't fast either! The views are frustrating,
especially if you are facing Bangkok Central. We stayed within the Hotel itself,
not having the courage to try the huts (cottages) on site, given the reviews
on here.

On a plus note, it is very near to Hua Mak City Line Station and until the end
of 2010 all trips on the line are 15Bht, both ways. Sadly, the hotel does
not provide shuttles into or out of Bangkok Central and as such you are
left to fend for a taxi home, which can cost more than it did to get into
the city.

There are no Western restaurants in the surrounding area and, if you do
want to eat, you have the overpriced aforementioned restaurant. The food
is nothing special and costs quite a bit. My advice, walk out of the complex,
turn right and keep walking for 15 minutes, there is a McDonald's, Pizza House,
Supermarket (MaxValu, Tesco Lotus), Swensen, KFC and others to choose from.
But, it is not the real Thailand that you might want or expect.
On the plus side, the staff are friendly. Although, why they employ four people
to chaperone breakfast when not one lifts a finger is beyond my
comprehension? There is a limited egg station, whereby the eggs happened
to be undercooked every time I ordered some. And make sure you check
the expiry dates on the dairy products. Some of the yoghurts were out of date.
The room was spacious, so much so our voices echoed and the air-con noisy.
Keep it on mind, that way the drone doesn't eat away at you all night.
The bathrooms were clean-ish but the showers were a little on the pathetic side.
TV was a no go, there were very limited English channels and the reception
was laughable.

The decor was terrible, circa 1970s.
The pool was OK, but full of bugs and needed a clean, ...scum around the edges
etc. The gym was hot and under kept and overall tatty, to say the least.
The only plus point was the laundry option. At 50Bht, you can do you own
laundry and hang dry your clothes. Make sure to check the hotel folder for
details if you are staying.

Whilst all these things niggled us, it was a comfortable stay on a budget.
There were no bed bugs and the bed was big and comfy (note: we prefer
harder beds to soft). It simply wasn't the best choice given our circumstances
and requirements.

For an overnight airport stop, it would do. For anything else, check elsewhere
and move your focus towards the city.

Stayed November 2010, travelled as a couple
3 of 5 stars Value
1 of 5 stars Location
2 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
2 of 5 stars Rooms
3 of 5 stars Cleanliness
3 of 5 stars Service
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Best location closest to airport n cheap”

5 of 5 stars Reviewed 15 December 2011 via mobile

I stayed there for two weeks, the staff was really friendly n very helpful.
They were organizing my tour guide every day where I wanted to go n
it was cheap too. Somedays when I have to depart early morning they
actually pack ur breakfast so u don't need to worry abt it.
I love this place n I will be back soon.

Stayed August 2011
5 of 5 stars Value
4 of 5 stars Location
5 of 5 stars Rooms
4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
5 of 5 stars
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These are guests' reviews about Bangkok Rama Hotel during 2011-2013.
Each review is well respected and well noted as the hotel guide line for future
renovation decision.

Frankly, it is really up to one's own point of view and certain aspect of each
traveler inspiration. May somehow give you the idea of Bangkok Rama Hotel.
Since 2010, after the man-made big, long flood, The hotel has renovated many of the cottages,
refurbished some, amended facilities and internet access signal, changed TVs and
buy CTH TV cable service, ABF menus and staff retraining . At our best to maintain

”quality service for guests’ satisfaction.”

Your sincerely,

Chantravadi Kiangsiri
on behalf of the hotel management and staff
hotel.bangkokrama@gmail.com

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