Checking in at The W Bangkok

I recently made a post about trading in my backpacking ways when I go on business trips, which would usually mean a stay in at least a decent hotel. But a few weeks back, I had to go to Thailand for a working session and stayed in my favorite hotel yet - The W Bangkok. I had never stayed in a W Hotel prior to that trip, so I was pleasantly surprised to discover that a W Hotel is apparently no ordinary hotel - in particular, The W Bangkok is edgy, youthful, and just...really, really cool.

Reception at The W Bangkok

The lobby

Let's take a look inside the room I stayed in!

Definitely not a dull and boring hotel room

Punching bag pillows with "Lights Out" written on them. Get it? ^_^

My luggage matched well with the room

You know it's a good mini bar if it has Johnnie Walker ^_^

The Munchies Box

Reading material. They had a feature on girl DJs!

Light control

Pretty much everything in the room can be controlled from this tablet.

W Hotel Bangkok
106 North Sathorn Road,
Silom, Bangrak, Silom / Sathorn,
Bangkok, Thailand 10500
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minamic said...

That's an awesome room, Daene! :) I bet it's not cheap though. :(

Daene | Filipina in Flip Flops said...

It really was Sheila! The rates are about the same as for a usual fancy hotel, admittedly. So if you're planning on staying in a fancy hotel anyway, might as well go with one that has character like The W! :)

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