Located within Bangkok's embassy precinct at the geographic center of the city, the Sukhothai is close to shopping and business districts but remains set back some 80 meters/yards from South Sathorn Road.
Perfection in the heart of BangkokPros: Quiet, classy property.
Comfortable bed with great pillow selection.
Great dining options.
Nice gym and pool area.Cons: nothing
Fantastic Pros: Absolutely wonderful.. Staff, grounds, service .. A1
What a pleasure .. loved it
Exceeds and delightsPros: The service was great. Very friendly, which was welcome after being on the road in Thailand. The gym and spa were tops.
Breathtaking Pros: Luxurious, elegant, service, all exemplary. A truly beautiful hotel with a dedicated staff.
Mostly goodPros: Staff were always helpful.
There was no sense of the staff stinting on anything--amenities in the bathroom, tea and coffee.
There was plenty of water.Cons: The food in the hotel--not the Celadon--is extraordinarily expensive. I had dinner for two on Saturday and spent less than 3,000 Baht. But brunch on Sunday was 3,200 baht. Ouch.
Really nice and well located hotelPros: Swimming pool
RoomCons: Italian restaurant
Good place to hide awayPros: Room was lovely, service was excellent, pool was large, gym was well appointed. The entire grounds of the hotel feel like an oasis in the busy city, with no sound getting past the long driveway in, and the rooms well designed to allow for privacy, quiet, and relaxation.Cons: Every piece of equipment I tried in the gym had a problem with the headphone jack; I had to prop the headset halfway out with towels to get good sound.