This little home away from home is tucked in the backstreets down very narrow lane ways. The staff couldn't have been more helpful. Clean, modern and comfortable. One little hiccup was the flooring. There was a 3cm step up into the room and then down again into the bathroom. Being a cluts I stubbed my toe on several occasions over our 2 day stay.
I was a little nervous about staying here as I had read mixed reviews
But as soon as we arrived all that went the check in was excellent despite us arriving early we shown straight to our room,the room itself was very clean & comfortable
The staff where all very friendly all eager to help if possible which was great as this was our 1st time visiting Bangkok & will definetly stay here again when we next visit Bangkok
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The hotel is named for The King Narai the Great of Thailand. The name Narai in Thai is also used to refer to the Hindu deity …More
We traveled for 13 days throughout Thailand and stayed our first 2 nights at the Siam Heritage in the Presidential Suite. Out of all the hotels we stayed at from 3 star to 5 the Siam Heritage was my favorite. The staff was excellent and room was great. This was the perfect place to stay after the daily hustle and bustle of Bangkok.
Practical hotel, not expensive and close to the Chong Nonsi station. Not easy to find but what place in Bangkok is? It may help known that it is just behind the hospital. Staff was friendly and helpful, room was clean and tidy.
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.