Aspen Suites

Aspen Suites Bangkok is the perfect choice for the discerning short or long stay. The 59 spacious guest rooms which include studios and suites are designed in a fresh contemporary style finished in a pleasing neutral colour scheme.

Aspen Suites 65/1 Sukhumvit soi 2, Bangkok 10110, Thailand 10110 Bangkok.
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Don Muang Airport
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The rooms and suites at our Aspen Suites Sukhumvit Bangkok Hotel provides a perfect retreat for all type of guests, be it for long/short stay or business/leisure traveler. Our rooms are ample in size and with near to perfect locality, it provides an easy access to our guest to explore the Bangkok city. All our rooms come with all those amenities which are expected by modern day travelers.

At Aspen Suites we are always looking for the ways to provide you the best possible service and facility in-order to make your stay at our hotel as memorable and pleasant as possible. In order to achieve this feat, we provide our guest with services and facilities like free tuk-tuk ride to main road, daily housekeeping, laundry, room service and many more.

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Aspen Suites Bangkok Hotel By Compass Hospitality reviews:

Aspen Suites Hotel Sukhumvit 2 Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
Aspen Suites Hotel Sukhumvit 2 Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
3.9 out of 5 stars
10 reviews
65 Soi Sukhumvit 2
Khwaeng Khlong Toei, Khet Khlong Toei, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10110, Thailand
02 638 1888
Aspen Suites Hotel Sukhumvit 2 Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
Rahul Singh
5 out of 5 stars
Great Rooms and Very near to Nana Plaza. Good location. No restaurant. Only morning breakfast.
Aspen Suites Hotel Sukhumvit 2 Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
Ae Thomas
4 out of 5 stars
clean nuce place good location
Aspen Suites Hotel Sukhumvit 2 Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
Alex Binder
5 out of 5 stars
Enjoyed the room with the apartment style kitchenette. Has shuttle service to main road. Has an Arabian resto right opposite. Food seems halal (ask the hotel...
Aspen Suites Hotel Sukhumvit 2 Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
Alex Binder
5 out of 5 stars
Enjoyed the room with the apartment style kitchenette. Has shuttle service to main road. Has an Arabian resto right opposite. Food seems halal (ask the hotel...
Aspen Suites Hotel Sukhumvit 2 Bangkok by Compass Hospitality
Zain ul abideen Ferozpuri
5 out of 5 stars
Nice hotel and staff. Location is perfect if you are looking for Bangkok's night life.

Amazing sites in Thailand

Thailand offers something to every traveler:

Phuket is known for its exotic islands and beautiful beaches. Tourists can sunbathe on the beach, relax around a hotel pool or go on a number of popular excursions. Phuket’s nightlife is very lively. The multi-cuisine restaurants and bars are always filled with tourists.

Chiang Mai is a combination of modern city life and old village charm. Tourists can visit a working elephant camp, the Mae Sa Waterfall and an Orchid Farm. There are temples which are close to 700 years old. The Doi Suthep monastery sits on the top of a mountain 3500 feet above sea level, overlooking the fertile valley embracing Chiang Mai. The monastery is famous for its many holy relics of the Lord Buddha. Chiang Mai’s night bazaar is a favorite shopping place of tourists. Almost anything can be bought there at bargain prices.

In Chiang Rai, tourists can see the local hill tribe villages of the Akha and Yao. They can also see the ruins of Chiang Saen, Mae Sai and the Golden Triangle. The triangle is where the borders of Burma, Thailand and Laos meet. Together with Chiang Mai, the city sits in one of the artistic and religious centers in Thailand.

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand. The name means “city of angels.” Bangkok is a centre of commercial, industrial and cultural activities. The Grand Palace; Wat Phra Keo, which houses the Emerald Buddha; and Dusit Maha Prasat Hall are three of Bangkok’s largest attractions. Here tourists can see large, gleaming golden spires, soaring roofs, intricate paintings and ornate statues.

Wat Maha That


Mahathat Forehead is one of the oldest and most considerable temples in Thailand. Matching to the historians, they feel that the temple was established in the thirteenth century and was remanufactured in the beginning of the 14th century with the total of eleven vihara including the key one, ubosot, and 200 chedi. The abundance of the temple indicates how important the temple was heading to Sukhothai people as a spiritual center. As well have a look at the restored stucco frieze which is marvelous part of art.
Mahathat Brow is made of laterite amid the brick wall membrane and long moat. The main chedi is created over the Sukhothai character with the form of that lotus bud and presumably included the relics of the Buddha. Entering the forehead, you will see the two grand Buddha statues. There are eight chedi standing inside with four being the Khmer style seen from the elemental points and the other four is Lanna Artwork. The niches of these smaller chedi also contain 28 Buddha images and the stucco that represents the life span of Buddha and shows the Singhalese and Burmese styles. On the base of the primary chedi, the stucco relief is decorated with the Buddha's disciples.

Operating out of front of the chedi, the only remain treasure from California king Lithai of Sukhothai period in 1362 is the column in the vihara that consists the outstanding seated bronze Buddha image in Sukhothai style, ensemble and located by him. At the conclusion of the 18th century the image was relocated to Suthat Temple in Bangkok in line with the order of California king Rama I and it was named Phra Dans le cas où Sakaya Muni since that time.
Even more on, there will be the staying standing of smaller vihara built in the time of Ayutthaya and inside one of the vihara is the marvelous eight-meter Buddha image.

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