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Indra Regent Hotel

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Hi all, we are new to this forum have a few questions as going to Bangkok in November...

Is the Indra Regent Hotel a nice place to stay for a couple weeks.

many more questions coming later..thankyou...Robin and Averil :o

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I've only been in the lobby.

It seems like a nice place.

It's not the newest property; it definitely has the classic Bangkok "feel".

You might try posting on the travel board.

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Hi all, we are new to this forum have a few questions as going to Bangkok in November...

Is the Indra Regent Hotel a nice place to stay for a couple weeks.

many more questions coming later..thankyou...Robin and Averil :o

Yes. Some friends from Australia stayed there for a week about 2 years ago and we met them at the Indra several times . The rooms are quite comfortable and service standards very good. I would probably classify the Indra as a better than average 4 star hotel.

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Hi all, we are new to this forum have a few questions as going to Bangkok in November...

Is the Indra Regent Hotel a nice place to stay for a couple weeks.

many more questions coming later..thankyou...Robin and Averil :o

have been using the indra regent along with many friends and rellies for over 20 years, a great family hotel, pretty central for shopping, if you need any help email us, we consider lots of the staff as friends , they even send the grandkids prezzies at xmas,nignoy :D

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I have used it for over 10 years - highly recommend it.

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Never stayed in the Indra (only got to coffee shop) but friends who have say it very good :o

Handy for Pratunum Market (actually there) Pantip (computers)and the big shops.... :D

bit of info from below....

Experience a most relaxing and memorable stay at the Indra Regent Hotel with rooms that offer a world of peace and comfort in the bustling heart of Bangkok. Our variety of 438 rooms and suites include comfortable triple accommodations, family style with 2 rooms connected by a hallway, Chinese and Thai theme suites, and 2 Presidential Suites.

All our guest rooms are decorated with Thai teakwood furnishings and come complete with individually controlled central air-conditioning, in-room safe, coffee and tea making facilities, international direct dial telephone, satellite television, fully-stocked mini bar and refrigerator, and bathroom-en-suite with hairdryer & toiletries.

Our Executive Floors are equipped with additional amenities and services to accommodate discerning business and VIP travelers. Non-smoking rooms are also available on request...more...

http://www.r24.org/hotels.thaivisa.com/ban...egent/pictures/

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