This is a true five star experience. From the beginning to the end you are made to feel special. The rooms are so clean, the views spectacular, the service awesome. Breakfast fantastic, the club lounge the bomb.
i go to Bangkok couple times a year for business and it was the first time i stayed in Lebua...good experience but i wouldn't stay there again not because it is a terrible hotel, just because it is far too expensive if you are on a budget. Sky bar twice as London prices but good experience to have.Breakfast is really good but there again twice as London prices. If you want to have one off experience to have it is a good place to stay....Also didn't come a cross good places to eat there. There is one opposite to hotel and there again too expensive.
Traveller from London
In Silom Road, this hotel is in the epicenter of shopping and entertainment districts, and in 500 meters (0.3 miles) of …More
The staffs are very attending. the facilities was maticulous ! I decided to book the event while staying there for dinner of 16 people. My credit cards seem to have problems from shopping in Turkey and it took a few days for me to get through and straighten out with the issued bank in NYC. They didn't make any fuss, nor pressing for ID. Many times that I couldn't locate the keys. In Fact, I didn't want to damage my newly manicured so they seemed to arrange the staff ( the butler ) to open the door for me without verifying of who I am. They all addressed my name. Never in any chance that I feel unsafe. Always most warm welcome and that is the way it should be.
The neighborhood is very interesting with many different kinds of boats and life style of old Venice in Thailand. The neighborhood in walking distance are interesting from the spice shop, the ferry boats, the tailor shops, jewelry and antiques including the oldest chapel in downtown Bangkok at Assumption College chapel. The river restaurant ( Rim Num ) was fun with a boat ride, most of my reunion friends enjoyed very much. Thank you for allowing us to make a little loud noise. I do wish that we have the private room for that we can chat more. Thai guests seemed to care a bit less on classical dancing..( a shame ) but I did.
We found a peaceful, restored palazzo just a 5-minute, delightful ferry ride from convenient public ferry dock. In the neighborhood across the river from the hotel we found taxis are plentiful and cheap. Also, lots to discover within walking distance. Plenty of streets to explore. It's a totally different world from modern downtown Bangkok where we spent our first two nights. The hotel staff was very accommodating. The bed was comfortable, hot water plentiful, dining service gracious, and the free, chilled soft drinks in our room were a nice surprise. We thoroughly enjoyed our three-night stay.
Traveller from New York City
We are only short distance to the most popular tourist attractions in Bangkok such as The Temple of Dawn, The Grand Palace …More
The room was large with a kitchenette and a bathroom with both shower and bath tub. The hotel staff were super accommodative. They let me check in at 9.00 am though the check in time is only 2.00 pm. I needed internet access and some place where I can sit and take a conference call after checking out - and, they were kind enough to give me internet connection and a place to take a call from.
I was in the 8th floor with a city view (you get what you pay for :-)). I guess rooms with the river view will cost more. I have no complaints though because the city view wasn't too bad. The room has a balcony (nice breeze in the mornings and evenings).
The room gets serviced daily. They even do your dishes if you cook.
The only major I had was that the bathroom was smelly - it was less smelly when the door was open but I don't like leaving the bathroom door open so that was a bit of an inconvenience.
Water taxis glide against a glittering backdrop of temples and office towers on the modern, yet traditional Bangkok Riverside. Posh hotels offer nightclubs and rooftop dining, while floating restaurants on the Chao Phraya River look out on Wat Arun and the golden spires of The Grand Palace. Visit for Songkran in early-April when Thai New Year revelers flood the streets for a 3-day water fight.