January 31, 2017

Westin Grande Sukhumvit Hotel in Thailand

Thailand is the first country that I had a chance to visit but I have never set foot in because I have no idea about transit visa. I was still in high school during my first out of the country trip so my siblings and I just stayed at Bangkok airport for 11 hours. That was long hours of waiting, imagine di pa uso wifi nun. Hehehe! Moving on, I hope I can still visit Thailand. 

Two weeks ago my husband went to Thailand, he usually stays at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit but during his trip, the hotel was fully booked because of the conference. He was booked in Westin Grande Sukhumvit which is a sister company of Sheraton Grande. 

The hotel is also located on Sukhumvit road, which is a good location because it is just a few steps away from the shopping malls, BTS Skytrain and MRT Subway. Traveling to the hotel is not a problem because there are so many options, yes, maraming pwede daanan if ever traffic. 



This is the room. 







The room, facilities and amenities are good, I think the only difference is the swimming pool. My husband prefers their swimming pool compared to Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit. The breakfast buffet has few options if you will compare it to Sheraton. 





The service is also good. Since 12NN is the standard check-out time, my husband always check-out after his breakfast before going to work then straight to the airport. But at Westin, they advised my husband that he could check-out at 2PM for FREE. So my husband did not bring his luggage to his morning meeting anymore and he was able to rest for few hours before he went back to the Philippines. 

He had a problem with his baggage and the airline said that they could no longer repair it before his flight. He can’t go back to the Philippines with damaged baggage so he asked the hotel staff if they have sewing kit so he can repair his luggage which they gladly provided.

Read: How to Deal with Damaged Luggage

Westin Grande Sukhumvit 
259 Sukhumvit Road, 
Bangkok, 10110, Thailand

2 comments:

  1. So cute and thoughtful of your husband to share with you his travel experiences and even send photos for your blog. the room looks comfy and a real treat to have that needed rest from the long travel.

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    1. He doesn't like taking pictures of his trip but I told him to take pictures so I can share it on my blog. So after his Myanmar trip, hindi na niya kinalimutan. :)

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