Ratings based on 125 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler from Ashland, Oregon
Comfortable but NOT the RitzPosted Mar 10, 2014
The Pantip was a very good value for what we spent. It is a transitioned apartment complex and thus the one bedroom unit was huge in comparison to any other hotel that we stayed during our visit to SE Asia. The furnishings are a bit dated and the unit a bit tired but it was very comfortable to enjoy the extra space and kitchen. It is close to the Metro which was quite handy but the location for any upscale restaurants was the down side for us. All in all a good value and would certainly recommend it and return.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great valuePosted Jan 30, 2014
for Everyoneby Richard from Cambridge, England
Ideal for our familyPosted Jan 15, 2014
We needed two nights in Bangkok at the start of our holiday. We wanted a good clean hotel, near night markets/places to eat. Also wanted a pool for the family to relax. This hotel was perfect in all respects for that. Massive room and good value.
by Steven from Seattle
Not close to anything.Posted Dec 7, 2013
Pros: The living room and bedroom were large as is the balcony.
Cons: Clean up the whole property.
Location: Location is far from everything.
Dirty. Heard the same from three or four other guests. Not kept up. Falling apart. Buffet gets a 6.5 out of ten points. For the $ I paid it was not worth it. The Holiday Inn of Silom is less, better location and much better buffet. I would never stay at the Pantip again.
Recommendedby John from Seattle
Sathorn area very nice, safePosted Dec 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
Staff great, helpful. My room's bath area needed some updates; had under sink drain leak which resulted in water on the floor. My biggest disappointment was that there is no WiFi in the rooms; you have to be in the lobby to use it. A major inconvenience I believe.
for Getaway With Friendsby Bethany from USA (Boston)
Good, but oldPosted Dec 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was a great location, and a good hotel. I don't think anything had been painted since they built it though. Stains on the walls were in both rooms we used, but that seemed to be true of most of the hotels we stayed at in this part of the world. The service was decent, but they even tried to charge us for ice. Good thing we got a half off deal.
for Everyoneby Mac from Bellingham, WA
Nice hotel, but blandPosted Nov 30, 2013
Older "suites" hotel; good location near Metro; good price and great staff. Heavily used by tour groups. Massage, gym and good restaurants nearby. Very big pool. Decent breakfast, but not a place for lunch or dinner. Rooms are HUGE suites with kitchens and view balconies. Some rooms need modernizing. Pool needs better maintenance.
by Abhay from New Delhi
Rooms are run down.Water Seepage and dirty CarpetsPosted Nov 30, 2013
Pros: The rooms are spacious
Cons: Everything needs refurbishing.
Location: It is a quiet location and is a 60 Bhat ride to Patpong and Sukumvit.
They hotel is run down. The upkeep has deteriorated, Carpets are dirty, Linen is torn, Towels are worn out and there is seepage in the walls.
for Everyoneby Tom from Alexandria, VA, USA
Spacious ComfortPosted Nov 24, 2013
Pros: Spacious rooms, attentive staff, decent breakfast (included in room rate).
Cons: The hotel is being renovated. I have stayed in two different rooms. In one, the carpet showed age but was OK. In the other, the carpet was new.
Location: Lumphini Park is nearby as well as a transit station.
I will likely never be in a hotel again with rooms this large. There are only six suites per floor and each is huge. Every suite has a full kitchen, gigantic living area and one or two separate huge bedrooms. The suites were originally long term stay apartments and that is the reason for their size. But even then, few apartments are this large. The location is good. It is very close to Lumphini Park, Bangkok's version of New York's Central Park. It is also not far from downtown Bangkok, Chinatown, National Palace and other historical places. If you have never been to Bangkok before be advised that it is not a pedestrian friendly city. It is near impossible to walk anywhere as the traffic is very heavy and never stops. Traffic lights control traffic only. There are very few places where traffic is stopped to allow pedestrian crossing of streets. As a result you will need to take a taxi but, on the bright side, taxi rates are low but make sure your taxi has a meter and that the driver turns the meter on.
by Abhay from New Delhi
Was good,now badPosted Nov 23, 2013
Pros: Nothing really, the only thing, it is spacious.
Cons: This was a good hotel once upon a time but it has deteriorated in time. The management should look into refurbishing the hotel.
Location: Patpong is 15 minute ride in non peak hours.
There were no lights in the room, the toilet seat was leaking, the shower was leaking, wash basin was clogged, the carpet was dirty. This was a good hotel once upon a time but it has deteriorated in time. The management should look into refurbishing the hotel.