There’s A Giant In Bangkok

There’s A Giant In Bangkok

Choosing the right hotel is always a trying task, and with the enormous number of promotions, deals and programs out there, it can be downright overwhelming. It doesn’t help that these days most hotels have Websites full of tantalizing photos and slick promotional information that make you believe you’ll be bathed in luxury as soon as you step foot into the lobby. How can you tell if a hotel will live up to its own hype and, more importantly, if it’s the right hotel for you and your party? Difficult indeed.
Marriott DeluxeLarge, giant hotels, were plentiful in Bangkok, or so it seemed. The first time I ever stayed there, more than two decades ago, I stayed in the Silom area in the biggest hotel I’d ever seen, let alone been in. Th
ere aren’t actually too many of them around anymore, what with the large number of “Boutique” hotels coming up. Not that there’s anything wrong with these, quite the contrary. However a few years ago, there was an impressive, old hotel called the Imperial Queens park, located along Sukhumvit Road in downtown Bangkok, surrounded by several of the city’s most vibrant shopping, business and entertainment districts. That iconic hotel has now been completely renovated, into the Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park, which boasts 1,360 rooms and suites. The rooms are all practically brand new, it’s only just opened, and it still has that new smell. The breakfast is most probably the best choice I’ve seen in town, offering everything you could possible need in the morning to get you fired up for the days activities. This hotel really gives you a feeling of space. There are five restaurants to choose from at the moment, with another one on the roof opening very soon. Its modern design, intuitive technology and authentic experiences are aligned to challenge the status quo and address the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s discerning travelers. Close proximity to Phrom Phong’s BTS Skytrain Station really helps, as well as the EM District, a new shopping district, being just around the corner. If you are traveling with non-golfers, they will be set.

 

Marriott Coffee ShopWe are more than happy to help and guide you through the process; we know the hotels very well in Bangkok, and can help  all in your party make the most of their trip.

 

How about combining this hotel in a golf package. It’s popular with a lot of golf travellers.  So, why not enjoy this beautiful hotel in the heart of Bangkok. Golfasian can take care of everything. For a full and comprehensive quote, or just for some advice, please don’t hesitate to email info@golfasian.com

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