Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom hotel
320 Silom Road
320 Silom Road
Central to everything in Bangkok, Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom is located near two BTS sky train stations - Surasak and Taksin station, a convenient location for both business and leisure travelers. Within walking distance to Jewelry Trade Center and Sathorn Pier. The hotel boasts 4-star comfort and practical facilities including gym with sauna and a pool. Stay connected with free WIFI service, enjoy delicious breakfast at The SQUARE restaurant or unwind with evening drinks at Stone Bar.
A perfect choice to stay in Silom for business or leisure. Novotel Bankgok Fenix Silom is within easy walking distance to BTS sky train station 'Surasak' and 'Taksin' stations. Only 4 stops to Siam Square and Siam Paragon. The hotel is also close by Jewelry Trade Center, Patpong Night Market, Sri Mahamariamman Temple and Silom Village. Sathorn Pier, a hub of river boat network is only short walk from the hotel making it easy for Bangkok's old town sightseeing.
This hotel participates to Planet 21 and is acting in favour of Positive Hospitality.
GPS : 13.723022, 100.518481
Spacious, contemporary design and adaptable, the Novotel room is truly a place for living. Perfect for all your needs.
28 m2 with one king-size bed or two twin-size beds. Superior Rooms feature work area, free WiFi internet, minibar, safety box, bathrooms with rain shower, hair dryer and standard bathroom amenities. Suitable for up to 2 adults.
54 m2, Suites feature separate bedroom, living room and large bathroom with bathtub and separate shower room. All features of Deluxe rooms in addition to free daily mini-bar items, espresso machine, sound docking station and free buffet breakfast.
The Square, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and all day snacks in between. This stylish, bright 122-seat main dining area is divided into different dining cuisine zones for guests' convenience.
Endulge yourself and relax at Splash, where guests can enjoy their favorite drinks by the pool.
Maggie Choo's is the latest nightlife entertainment venue to hit Silom road located beneath Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom. Enjoy Cantonese food and live music nightly in a vintage Chinese setting for a very different and memorable experience!
STONE Bar, adjacent to the hotel lobby, combines colourful décor, vivid mood lighting effects, ultramodern seating and immersive sound system. STONE Bar is a flawless setting for everything from daytime business chats to night-time pre-clubbing.
Reviews collected from customers who booked on AccorHotels.com
I traveled to Bangkok several times and most recently chose to stay in Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom because of the great hospitality and service of the hotel staff, good location, hotel facilities, and also valuable offers to Accor hotel loyal members. This hotel reservation and guest relation services are outstanding in comparison with many 4 & 5 star hotels in Bangkok and other countries that I have ever stayed. I was contacted by email a few days prior to my arrival by the reservation staff to make sure my request was met (no other hotels do this) . Miss Buny, who is a Guest Relation Manager, is a very caring person. My last few trips in Oct and Nov 2016 gave me a great impression about Miss Oil who looks after the breakfast restaurant. She is very professional, very charming, and beyond appreciation. The reception staff, particularly the female, were very helpful and cheerful to make me feel satisfied on both arrival and departure. My only negative comment is the shower heads in the sauna, which is very nice and clean, did not work properly and remained unfixed. If such hospitality and services sustain, I am sure that Novotel Bangkok Fenix Silom is the cream of the crop.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Novotel Fenix Silom Hotel. Check in was excellent - our room was upgraded due to L'Accor Club Membership / Points. Breakfast has improved since our last stay and was very good. Live music has been introduced in the bar on Wednesday and Saturday evenings which makes for a busier bar and better atmosphere. Unfortunately on our second evening (13th April) I got drenched by a small boy on our way to a nearby restaurant (he was part of a large fairly intimidating group of adults and children located on the corner of a nearby junction). Whilst undoubtedly part of the Songkran celebrations (13th - 15th April), be warned, there appears to be no discernment as to who to / who not to target with water throwing. Tourists seem to be fair game. This may be more of a 'Bangkok thing ' as when we traveled to the country on the 14th we found more rigorous arrangements for controlling any Songkran excesses. Nevertheless it was no fun having to return to the hotel to shower and change again. We decided to eat in the hotel restaurant and enjoyed the dinner buffet.
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