Arrived at this hotel after a long flight from the UK, we had asked for an early check in an we were duly obliged.
The staff are so helpful and pleasant and will go out of their way to assist with any requirements
To the manager....your staff are a credit to this hotel!!!!!
The pool is fantastic, the views from the room are fantastic, the breakfast is fantastic and the courtesy boat is brilliant
Stayed in November 2015 for two weeks. Hotel is worth every penny we paid. Staff are welcoming and extremely helpful. Boat shuttle into city centre and nearby shopping 'Asiatique'. Slightly overpriced food and drinks considering could get a meal for 1/8 of the price outside in similar standard resteraunts but overall we had a great stay and would highly recommend !!
We loved our stay at the Sheraton Royal Orchid Hotel. There are views of the river and they are stunning. The rooms are clean and neat, great beds and linens, modern fixtures in the bathroom, mini bar, and a nice flat screen (which we didn't use because we were too busy having fun.) The location turned out to be even better than I thought since it is very close to China Town with it's awesome nightlife and incredible food. The staff at the hotel is extremely friendly, the maid service is fantastic. Our room was made perfectly every day. In addition to the hotels great restaurants, pools, and bar, there are food vendors and a shopping center right outside the front door. In fact there is a skywalk to the adjacent shopping center so you don't even have to go out side to get to it. This is a top notch hotel and was part of a great trip to Thailand.
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.