Staying at Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit in Bangkok

Accommodation in Bangkok, Thailand
Holiday Inn Sukhumvit Bangkok (photo from their website) 

Flying back from 3 weeks Relaxed Vietnam I was arriving too late in Bangkok to take the last flight to Nan in North Thailand. So I had to stay 1 night in Bangkok. I did choose this time for Holiday Inn Sukhumvit, at the corner of Soi 22 and Sukhumvit road. Normally this type of hotel is too expensive for me, but I was offered a great promotion I could not refuse. Personally for me the location is perfect and after almost 4 weeks traveling I am in the mood for a comfortable hotel. So Holiday Inn Sukhumvit Bangkok it was! Of course all rooms have a safe, tv, air-conditioning, free drinking water, mini-bar, free wifi (and even lan connection), private bathroom with shower. And the hotel offers a swimming pool, gym, parking, a delicious breakfast buffet and a restaurant for lunch & dinner. For me the best 2 things were the most comfortable bed I had in the past 15 hotels and the wonderful breakfast buffet with a great bread selection & fresh home-made jam, tasteful orange jus and fresh made tea. My kind of breakfast!

But there are also 2 things I did find a bit disappointing. The hallway to my room was a bit dark and did feel & look like I was walking in a 20 years old hotel. Something wrong with the interior design. And although I had a room on the 21th floor I not had a clear view because of the sticker on the all hotel building. Inclusief on the windows. But all together I would highly recommend this hotel (of course within a good promotion) and hopefully I will have an opportunity soon again to stay here. For more information see Holiday Inn Bangkok Sukhumvit in Bangkok.

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