Choosing a serviced apartment along Sukhumvit in Bangkok

July 2014 As I did choose to stay in Bangkok for 1 month for medical service we needed a place to stay. Of course you could stay in a hotel. The few hotels I did contact would give a about 30% discount at booking for a all month. But the most rooms are small and do not have a kitchen. So we checked some serviced apartments.

We started nearby the hospital with Oakwood Residence Thonglor, what was a big disappointment in state of maintenance, location and price.

So we checked out some place at Soi 20 of Sukhumvit. And we started with Rembrandt Tower. A bit older building, what is good because all rooms are big. And although the rooms are renovated the overall feeling is that your are staying in a old building. You can use the service of Rembrandt Hotel that is next to it.

Opposite of Rembrandt Tower is Best Western Plus At 20, a new hotel. As hotel nice, but relatively small rooms. Even the staff told us to look around for serviced apartments in the street. As hotel it might be a good place to stay.

At the end of the street we saw Golden Tulip Mandison,  a new hotel. Very friendly staff, good breakfast buffet, nice swimming pool but a weird rooms for long term staying (the bigger rooms). Again as hotel it might be a good place to stay. But far into the soi, so you must like walking or using the Tuk-Tuk service of the hotel.

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