Rembrandt Hotel Bangkok

So I’ve been looking at hotels in Bangkok since I’m considering taking a little get-away in half a month. I’ve had a huge amount of undertakings going on of late, and I have been fundamentally working from the time I wake up to around 3 or 4 am each night. This is the reason I haven’t been posting much recently. Huge changes are coming soon, and in addition declarations of some of my new tasks, so continue inquiring.

In any case, a companion instructed me to look at Rembrandt Hotel in Bangkok. He said he remained there fourteen days back and its the best hotel hes remained at in Bangkok. I was simply looking at their Agoda page and saw that they are as of now doing a mid year deal on a couple of tgeir rooms. Rembrandt has got rooms beginning right now for just 76 dollars per night, which isnt terrible for a 5 star hotel in Bangkok in a focal area by the BTS and the MRT.

Rembrandt Hotel is strategically placed in the focal business locale of Sukhumvit Soi 18, an insignificant 10 minute stroll from the Asoke BTS and MRT station. The hotel highlights a few prominent eating choices, for example, Senor Pico, Rang Mahal, and Red Pepper. Inside the hotel’s region are Pratunam Market, Siam Square, Emporium Department Store, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Benjasiri Park, Lumpini Park and a few other shopping centers and road markets. Recreation offices at the hotel incorporate a swimming pool, wellness focus, and spa.

Rembrandt likewise offers free WiFi in the majority of the normal regions and each room. No compelling reason to hand out of pocket for web. I loathe that. I cannot trust this still isnt standard, particularly in 5 star hotels. WTF, this is 2014 right? I dont perceive how a few hotels can charge 4000+ baht for every night, at that point need to stick you with a 500 baht for each day charge for internet…. What’s more, to exacerbate the situation, they will restrict you to one IP address. You going with your significant other? Companions? Kids? Simply having web in your room will cost you as much as the room itself!!

While exploring hotels, ALWAYS ensure they have free WiFi in EVERY room before booking. Now and again they get a kick out of the chance to be dubious. I’ve had this transpire, I booked a hotel in Udon Thani that offered free WiFi in each room on Agoda, just to arrive, they had it in the anteroom, and it achieved a few spaces for nothing. I’ve likewise heard stories of them saying its broken and things as well. The best tip I can give you is to call ahead and ensure there will be free WiFi.