I have never actually stayed here, but I live virtually 'down the road' and I have used The Color Living's restaurant and outdoor beer garden and I have been into the reception several times to enquire about the cost of a room for other visitors.
I would just like to point out to Trip Advisor readers that this place really is in the middle of nowhere. It's not even that near to the airport compared to other hotels. Samut Prakarn / Theparak - where the hotel is located - is a very working-class Thai area with lots of cheap apartment buildings, cheap markets and lots of foodstalls. Many Thai engineers and factory workers live in this area. It's not a bit touristy.
You might take an interesting 10-minute stroll before dinner to see Thai street-life but after that, you'll be totally reliant on taxis if you want to go to a nice restauarnt or a shopping mall. In heavy traffic, the nearest decent shopping mall (Paradise Park or Central Bang Na) could take you an hour to get to at least.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on the outskirts of Bangkok, in close proximity to the BITEC exhibition centre, the hotel is ideally placed for business and leisure. The hotel features a fine dining restaurant serving an array of Asian and International dishes and a 24 hour limousine service to take guests to down town Bangkok to discover the thriving business and shopping destinations. ... more less
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