Helpful & nice staff, surprise for the birthday cake by hotel.
Bed quite good. With a nice city view.
However, toilet facilities a bit old, missed toothbrush at first night.
Walk from hotel to BTS station around 7-10mins.
Randomly selected Triple Two Silom based on its proximity to the BTS Railway, positive customer reviews and reasonable price.
This being my first time in Thailand I did not know what to expect. The Triple Two facilities were clean, modern, and the staff was very professional.
Silom is a classic Bangkok street with a mix of street food, shopping, and a little night life. The Triple Two is a 10-15min walk which provides access to the rest of the facility and is easy to navigate.
I am sure that there are other nice hotels in this area, but for the value Triple Two is hard to pass up.
Stayed a night and was pleasantly surprised. A suite which was an absolute steal in a convenient location, minutes walk from mrt station, on a quiet street. Clean and comfortable I would return for more stays.
The hotel was fantastic. The staff was great and the hotel décor was perfect. I liked that the hotel was very close to the metro and the patpong night market yet far enough where you did not have to deal with all the craziness and crowds. The room was very comfortable and big.
The hotel has walking distance to pat pong night market, bars and bts station, with a great location. It is an old hotel. So don't expect too much about the facilities. The room and batch room are in general clean and acceptable. Staff are friendly and helpful. Air conditional is a bit noisy, but not much. Overall, it is a good choice.
Traveller from Hong Kong
Our air-conditioned rooms feature satellite TV, minibar and tea/coffee-maker. Free WiFi internet connection is available …More
The hotel is in an area of Bangkok that has everything and that is not far from public transportation. Unlike other hotels in Thailand that I tried previously, the focus of hotel staff is on helping customers, making them as comfortable as possible and not on selling them services that they do not need. This alone is enough to make me recommend this hotel without hesitation.
Hugging the Chao Phraya River, Silom, and Sathorn are home to the full gamut of industries. Considered part of the central business district, the area is also home to the city’s most renowned entertainment and red light area, Patpong. Other distractions include the shopping complexes of Robinson, Central, Silom, and Makro. Expect constant traffic congestion.