good location, good facilities, but not expensiveComment of S. Takahide , Japan the 2016-10-30
"Five star "
Stayed here for 4 nights 3rd time stayed here will not be the last. Once checked in we were shown to or room. Excellent condition and very good views.the breakfasts were excellent the products 1st class. egg station perfect even had a fresh waffle station with choice of toppings.swimming pool very good .the huntsman bar food excellent value the beer prices ok in happy hour. The terrace bar very expensive about £8.50 for a pint of draft beer & bottle hotel water. The staff couldn't have been more helpful or polite best hotel I've stayed in in Bangkok.would highly recommend 1st class
"Our stay from 25 - 30 Dec 2016"
From the time we got Down from the vehicle, the welcome was fantastic. We are taken care of so well from that point onwards. Rog and his team are super energetic and efficient. Same goes for the team handling the check-ins and check-outs at the Reception desk. The housekeeping Department ensures every detail in the room is taken care of. The Atrium, The Greenhouse with Michael and his colleagues are the silent workers. We had such a lovely holiday at Landmark. Will come again asap. The Food and the ambiance is to die for. So very relaxing just to be seated in the Reception lounge area. The Rendevouz is fantastic to sit and savour a nice long cocktail, a specialty coffee or any drink. We had lovely breakfast in the Atrium during Our stay at Landmark. Lovely Food, super service, the staff is very courteous and also helpful in choosing the most appropriate Food. Keep up the good work and we will keep coming back to Landmark. Sent by Claudette and Deepal Jayamanne.
We stayed for two nights at this hotel from the 28th to 29th December 2016. Hotel staff very friendly and helpful, food good Room and facilities very good. Good location close to bars Would definitely stay again.
"A really nice luxury hotel"
I stayed at the landmark on 01/08/17 to 01/11/17. It was my first time at the land Mark and I was 100% impressed. I stayed in room 2715 standard room with a city view. The staff were great and my room was nice and clean. Khun Pai Roj is a great concierge and was a great help to me. He ordered me roses for an upset lady friend on his day off. This is a man who really cares about his job and the people who are staying at the Landmark. Pi Tubtim the greeter saw that I was trying to make change at the desk and saw me waiting and she helped me out so that I wouldn't have to wait in line. She was very observant and was always hustling to open the door or go out of her way to help out. The Landmark is very luck to have these two working there along with the rest of their awesome staff. The landmark is also located right next to the NANA BTS. I promise you that if you stay here you wont be disappointed. My next trip to Bangkok is going to be 100% at the Landmark.
"Exceptional Staff and Extremely Clean"
I've enjoyed Bangkok for years but avoided the Landmark Hotel, Sukumvit, near Nana Skytrain, because it was just too expensive. Having found a deal on Expedia offering 45% off, I gave it a try. I was not disappointed. On the contrary, I was blown away by almost every aspect of the hotel, and my stay was the week of Christmas. Here's my assessment: 1). The Landmark Hotel is an international hotel brand, with locations in London and Bangkok. It had that perception to it, with extremely respectful staff that appeared everywhere, leading me to feel very safe. While having been at the same location for as long as I can remember, I didn't think it would look new, but it felt fresh and there were no surprises. I'm not sure how the management accomplished it, but I'm very impressed by that. 2) Quiet is a concept and experience you come away with after staying at the Landmark. It is very well designed and I never heard a door shut or a cart rolling in the hallways. In fact, it was the quietest hotel I believe I've ever stayed at. My room was beautiful; though small, it had a glass-enclosed bath that had the coolest feature -- an electric glass panel that could become "opaque" when activated at the flip of a switch. The little feature screamed PRIVACY when needed. It's the first I've seen in a hotel room. Moreover, the bath had a volume switch for the t.v., so you could listen to it while shaving or showering. Speaking of the shower, it had two shower heads -- one in the ceiling and on above you on the wall. Always hot water, regardless of the time of day or night. 3) The Landmark has at least six restaurants and room service; the food was very good, especially the Atrium Restaurant, though my only criticism -- the layout -- is somewhat confusing. Upon entering the center of the buffet area, it's rather confusing in that each selection is not well identified or named. Instead of the standard stainless steel chafers or food warmers, they are a mixture of different materials that had me guessing, thus wasting my time. Suggestion to management: overhaul your buffet arrangement, please. On the plus side, I was greeted by helpful staff and seated at the window booth in an otherwise crowded time; no problems. The food was exceptional, however, and the seafood -- fresh oysters, shrimp and mussels -- indeed were worth the price of admission. I come from a family that had seafood several times of the week; my father owned a wholesale seafood company and I know fresh seafood when I first taste it. If the buffet is not what you want, they will cook up fresh pasta; I ordered fettuccine Alfredo as a side and couldn't complain. If you want to eat outside, the Terrace Restaurant is quite busy and overlooks the sidewalk, so you can gaze at the passersby. There is a 24/7 restaurant -- the Greenhouse coffee shop --served the best egg noodle soup I've had in a long time. Order the roast pork noodle soup. Barely six bucks, but a HUGE portion. 4) The pool area was quite clean and modern, with the staff laying out the towels for your convenience. In fact, it's one of the larger pool areas that I've seen in a city hotel in Bangkok. Sun from about 1100 to 1600hrs. Hungry by noon, I ordered one day a hamburger sandwich. Could not have been better! 5) Finally the gym: Fitness First -- on the center elevator's 5th Floor -- will blow you away. It's complimentary with the stay, while the rest of Bangkok has to pay. Go early in the morning or noon -- the place gets busy by 5pm. In a word: Awesome! There are modern gyms around, but how many have 30 treadmills' The only piece of equipment that I did not see was a Versa-Climber. Suggestion to management: get one, please. You have everything else, so why not one of these' Better yet, get two. So, that's my review. I liked The Landmark Bangkok so much, I'll leave it to you to decide. But, if you want a conveniently located first-class hotel in one of the busiest parts of Bangkok, you owe it to yourself to try this hotel. You will not be disappointed.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM