Aetas Bangkok Hotel Review

Bangkok is one my favourite cities in the world and I like to go and visit it at least once a year.

It is such a vibrant place, full of energy and good vibes and I feel so happy each time I get to experience its wonderful culture, people and of course food.

Whenever I go to this incredible capital of Thailand I like to try a different hotel and during one of my recent trips I decided to stay at the Aetas Hotel.

I have heard a lot of good opinions about it so I was really curious and excited to check it out and be able to share my thoughts on the blog as well.

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Aetas Bangkok Hotel Review

Few weeks before my holiday in Thailand I booked a four nights stay in a superior room at Aetas Bangkok Hotel in Sukhumvit at around 80 € a night.

When we arrived at the hotel in the late hours of the evening we were greeted by lovely and professional staff who surprised us with a room upgrade, we were given the deluxe room instead of a superior one.

It was such a nice gesture that made us feel extremely welcomed and even a little less tired after our very long flight.

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The deluxe room turned out to be absolutely wonderful, it was big and spacious (46 sqm) and had a breathtaking view of the city which I liked to enjoy watching every night before going to sleep.

We had a large and comfortable king size bed which made me sleep like a baby through the night (paired with the fact that the room and the entire hotel is very silent and relaxing both during the night and daytime).

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The air conditioning which is absolutely essential in a city such as Bangkok was working perfectly as well as a free wi-fi and a television.

Another sweet aspect of the room was a personalised telephone with my name on the display – it’s a small detail but I found it really nice, after all it’s the small things like that that make all the difference and make you feel well treated and at ease in a hotel.

I liked the big and modern desk available in our room as well – if you have any work to do during your stay at Aetas Bangkok Hotel you will love it too.

Other than that the amenities of the room include a fridge, a mini bar, a safety box, tea and coffee maker and electronic door locks.

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I must say I loved the bathroom as well, from the beginning I knew I really wanted a room with a bathtub and I wasn’t disappointed. There is also a walk-in shower however if you prefer.

As you can see on the pictures below the bathroom is big and modern and at our arrival we were surprised with a ready bath with flower flakes in it – so beautiful and romantic.

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When it comes to breakfast the food is just delicious – you can choose from a large variety of different foods and cuisines, everything works well and we never had to wait for a table in the morning.
Everything is very clean and well organised while the atmosphere stays calm and relaxed – an aspect I appreciated very much as I don’t like the chaos and noise in the early hours of the day.

The Aetas Bangkok Hotel is located in central zone of Bangkok and this is the exact address:

49 Phloenchit Road Soi Ruamrudee Lumpini Pathumwan, Pathumwan, 10330 Bangkok, Thailand.

It isn’t on the main road, it is located on a quiet secondary street and it is a 10 minute walk from the skytrain BTS Station of Phloen Chit.
In fact there is a complimentary bus service from the hotel to the station but most of the time we prefered to just take a walk.

From the Phloen Chit Station you can reach all the most important spots of Bangkok in a matter of minutes.

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It is also possible to walk from the hotel to the famous and beautiful Lumphini Park, we did that once and it was a pleasant 20 minute stroll concluded with an enjoyable boat trip on the artificial lake.

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Overall The Aetas Bangkok Hotel is a wonderful place to stay, I would recommend it especially to couples and families and I am looking forward to staying there again in the future.

Barbara

Barbara is the founder of Crab In The Air, a blog primarily focused on luxury travelling. She loves writing about the high-end hotels visited, the wonderful cities explored and the stunning landscapes viewed.

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