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Forum Park Hotel Bangkok

Forum Park Hotel Bangkok

3.5 Stars

1 Soi Chan 2 Thungwatdon Sathorn Bangkok 10120


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 4
Facilities 3
Service 2
Location 3
Pricing 3
Overall 3
Forum Park Hotel Bangkok offers an ideal combination of European style elegance and famous traditional Thai hospitality. This 3-star boutique-style hotel is perfect choice for both business and leisure trip. To learn more about snakes and the interesting facts related to them, travellers can visit the Snake Farm, located at a short driving distance. Travellers can also enjoy a visit to Wat Pho, a well known Buddhist temple of Bangkok. Other local attractions include Hall of Railway Heritage and Museum of Imaging Technology.

Location
Forum Park Hotel Bangkok is situated in the Sathorn district, one of the most popular tourist neighbourhoods in Bangkok. Famous Jim Thompson House, Princess Mother Memorial Park and Pak Khlong Talat are all within easy access from the hotel.

Rooms
All 116 rooms of Forum Park are comfortably furnished and equipped with air conditioning, cable TV, wireless Internet access and mini bar.

Restaurant
Sathorn Cafe, a full service restaurant serves delicious Western and Thai favourites for breakfast and lunch. JD's lounge is the perfect place to enjoy a gourmet cup of coffee and snacks.

General
Forum Park Hotel Bangkok features 3 state-of-the-art meeting rooms accommodating up to 280 guests. For relaxation, guests can choose the onsite swimming pool, sauna and gymnasium. Outdoor enthusiasts can also plan to visit Chalermkrung Royal Theatre and Science Museum at their leisure.

Hotel Facilities

  • Baby Sitting Service
  • Business Centre
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Reception
  • Sauna
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Conference Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Parking Facilities
  • Room Service

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Mini Bar
  • Shower
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Bathroom Amenities
  • Colour TV
  • Kitchen
  • Refrigerator
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Bathtub
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Microwave Oven
  • Safe
  • Telephone

Forum Park Hotel Bangkok Guest Reviews (9)


Forum Park Hotel Bangkok
3 out of 5

But the staff is very noisy and don't speak english.

Jaco wrote on December 19, 2012


Forum Park Hotel Bangkok
3.8 out of 5

Always recommended! The Forum Park Hotel is my home each time I'm in BKK. For less than 900 B. it is good value, the breakfast offers many choices, fresh fruit, warm options. Several (English) movie channels for entertainment when you're in. It is not in the tourist area. If you want to be close to any tourist area this might not be for you. If you enjoy not being in the tourist area and know how to travel within BKK this is a good hotel. Outdoor swimming pool, Macro (wholesale supermarket) next door, many great street eating places on Chan Road (turn right on Chan Rd and walk 5-10 mins, they open until early in the morning). To get to the Skytrain take a taxi from the hotel or bus number 77 on the main road (not Chan Rd but the big one outside Macro), alternatively use the motorbike service to Chong Nonsi for 30 B or the new Bus System (also from the big road, you see the separate bus lanes and stations with bridges) for 10 B to the last stop near Chong Nonsi.

Anonymous wrote on December 28, 2010


Forum Park Hotel Bangkok
3.8 out of 5

At 14 pounds the hotel offered pretty good value. The room was large, the air con quiet yet very effective, with little balcony, free movie channels, large bathroom. Free breakfast was decent and Western food enthusiasts should like it, some fresh fruit for healthy guests, too. 7/11 in walking distance, Skytrain is not close, either get a taxi or enjoy the walk along the main road, passing the fantastic Makro supermarket! If you prefer to avoid the tourist center and know your way around BKK this hotel is a good deal. Taxi from BKK airport to hotel was around 240B plus road toll (25+45B.), always insist on the meter!

Anonymous wrote on June 5, 2010


Forum Park Hotel Bangkok
3.2 out of 5

Swimming pool & sauna were the absolute 'hits' in Homduang Hotel. Breakfast buffet would have been OK, but many items were not refilled within 10-20 min waiting period. Coffee Shop was empty every evening and you would have expected thus fast service. It took exactly 1 hour to get the food after ordering. Staff (reception / housekeeping / at the pool / consierge) polite & efficient. Location is odd! You need a taxi to go wherever. There is almost nothing in walking distance, except some restaurants.

Harri Viikinniemi wrote on June 20, 2007


Forum Park Hotel Bangkok
3.6 out of 5

The finalpayment was unpleasant. The invoice, received from otel Club, stated the price in USD, but they want me to pay in Thai Baht, for which they used a ridiculous exchange rate. When I insisted on paying the remaining balance in USD, they said that they had no change in USD and would need to give me the change in Thai Baht, again using a ridiculous exchange rate. This was a very unpleasant experience and it took me 30 minutes until they agreed at least to use an exchange rate that was closer to the official baqnk rate of the same day.

Ingo Neu wrote on December 20, 2006


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3 out of 5
Cleanliness4 out of 5
Facilities3 out of 5
Service2 out of 5
Location3 out of 5
Pricing3 out of 5

Forum Park Hotel Bangkok Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

But the staff is very noisy and don't speak english.

Review by: Jaco
Date stayed December 19, 2012

3.8 out of 5

Always recommended! The Forum Park Hotel is my home each time I'm in BKK. For less than 900 B. it is good value, the breakfast offers many choices, fresh fruit, warm options. Several (English) movie channels for entertainment when you're in. It is not in the tourist area. If you want to be close to any tourist area this might not be for you. If you enjoy not being in the tourist area and know how to travel within BKK this is a good hotel. Outdoor swimming pool, Macro (wholesale supermarket) next door, many great street eating places on Chan Road (turn right on Chan Rd and walk 5-10 mins, they open until early in the morning). To get to the Skytrain take a taxi from the hotel or bus number 77 on the main road (not Chan Rd but the big one outside Macro), alternatively use the motorbike service to Chong Nonsi for 30 B or the new Bus System (also from the big road, you see the separate bus lanes and stations with bridges) for 10 B to the last stop near Chong Nonsi.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 28, 2010

3.8 out of 5

At 14 pounds the hotel offered pretty good value. The room was large, the air con quiet yet very effective, with little balcony, free movie channels, large bathroom. Free breakfast was decent and Western food enthusiasts should like it, some fresh fruit for healthy guests, too. 7/11 in walking distance, Skytrain is not close, either get a taxi or enjoy the walk along the main road, passing the fantastic Makro supermarket! If you prefer to avoid the tourist center and know your way around BKK this hotel is a good deal. Taxi from BKK airport to hotel was around 240B plus road toll (25+45B.), always insist on the meter!

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed June 5, 2010

3.2 out of 5

Swimming pool & sauna were the absolute 'hits' in Homduang Hotel. Breakfast buffet would have been OK, but many items were not refilled within 10-20 min waiting period. Coffee Shop was empty every evening and you would have expected thus fast service. It took exactly 1 hour to get the food after ordering. Staff (reception / housekeeping / at the pool / consierge) polite & efficient. Location is odd! You need a taxi to go wherever. There is almost nothing in walking distance, except some restaurants.

Review by: Harri Viikinniemi
Date stayed June 20, 2007

3.6 out of 5

The finalpayment was unpleasant. The invoice, received from otel Club, stated the price in USD, but they want me to pay in Thai Baht, for which they used a ridiculous exchange rate. When I insisted on paying the remaining balance in USD, they said that they had no change in USD and would need to give me the change in Thai Baht, again using a ridiculous exchange rate. This was a very unpleasant experience and it took me 30 minutes until they agreed at least to use an exchange rate that was closer to the official baqnk rate of the same day.

Review by: Ingo Neu
Date stayed December 20, 2006

4.4 out of 5

Very nice hotel and we enjoyed our stay.

Review by: Dainis Ugainis
Date stayed March 31, 2006

4.6 out of 5

Staff very friendly and helpful. It was very nice to have a massage centre in the hotel. Generally it was very nice to stay in. I am going back again which is a good sign

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 25, 2003

4.6 out of 5

The management of Forum Park was very helpful and kind. Room service and laundry service was excellent. I only wish they would have accepted American Express travellers' checques since they are accepted worldwide. In all, our stay with Forum Park was very good.

Review by: Edward LePontney
Date stayed June 6, 2003

4.4 out of 5

The quality of service especially housekeeping was excellent and the price that I got on the internet was very good. I reccommend this hotel to anyone who wants to stay near the Silom or Siam area.

Review by: Troy Woods
Date stayed March 4, 2003

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