This small, brand new inn is ideally situated on Sukhumvit Soi 8; only 50 meters from Nana BTS Skytrain Station and within an easy walk, a plethora of dining and entertainment venues, street stalls, banks, shopping centers and much more.
Pure and simple comforts in a prime location.
Facilities & Services •24-hour reception
•Daily housekeeping services
•Wireless Internet connection
Rooms at Royal Express Inn Bangkok are cheerful, modern and cozy; all rooms feature a comfy king size-bed, wall-mounted flat screen TV, ensuite bathroom and complimentary wireless Internet access is standard.
Individually controlled air-conditiong
Wall-mounted flat screen TV
Personal electronic safe
Wireless Internet connections
Work area with chair
Ensuite bathroom with shower
Telephone with IDD
From Suvarnabhumi International Airport
Heading west then Take the ramp.
Continue straight onto Thanon Lat Krabang keep left at the fork, follow signs for 7/???????/Bangkok and merge onto Route 7
Partial toll road.
Continue onto 2nd State Expy/Si Rat Suburban Network Expy (signs for ??????/Din Daeng/????????/Dao Khanong) Toll road.Take the exit toward Thanon Rama IX .
Slight left onto Thanon Rama IX.Keep right at the fork.
Slight left to stay on Thanon Rama IX.
Turn left onto Thanon Asok-Din Daeng.Continue onto Thanon Asok Montri.
Slight right to stay on Thanon Asok Montri .
Turn right onto Thanon Sukhumvit/Route 3 Destination will be on the left.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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