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Reflections Rooms in Bangkok

A Chic Break

Welcome to the Reflections Rooms inBangkok, den ultramoderna hotell i spetsen för en designrevolution, där varje rum är ett fantastiskt exempel på lysande fantasi och kreativitet. De enskilda Reflections Rooms främja en särskild anda och skönhet som fångas av 28 olika artister som ritade diverseness rum. Whether your goal is to connect with the energy and buzz of the capital or to retreat into the serene quiet of our magical world, Reflections Rooms is by far the hippest and most unique choice in the heart ofBangkok. Add a friendly and engaged staff, a full range of spa services, tour offerings, a funky, hip restaurant and piano bar and you have an unparalleled experience for contemporary travelers. 28 studios and superior rooms located 3 short minutes from the Sky train, a bus station, short distance to the world famous Chatuchak Weekend Market andSiam Square.

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Bangkok Boutique Hotel

The Pure Boutique Hour

The most contemporary hotel in town. Första steget i Bangkok Boutique Hotel lobby, Det verkar mer som en futuristisk konstgalleri än den vanliga lobbyn. 54 rymliga moderna och eleganta rum utformade för komfort och bekvämlighet, var och en med sitt eget tema. The hotel tends to give you something different each time you visit. The hotel location provides easy access to the BTS, MRT underground, shopping, fantastic restaurants and outbound expressway. Highlights that could not be missed are the latest hotel technologies and the highest quality fittings in amenities of all rooms.

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Wang Na Theatre

Next to the National Theatre is Wang Na Theatre. The area is used as the Learning Centre for Arts and Crafts. An art gallery is located beside the Wang Na Theatre.

Memorial of the Expeditionary Force

This memorial was built in King Rama VI’s reign in 1919 to keep the ashes of Thai soldiers who died in the First World War. Thailand sent the expeditionary force of 1,200 volunteers to support the Allies in Europe in 1918 and 19 soldiers died. The names of the 19 soldiers are engraved on the four panels of the memorial.