Compass SkyView Hotel Sukhumvit
Located in the heart of Bangkok‘s prime shopping and entertainment area on Sukhumvit Soi 24, next to Emporium Shopping Centre and close to the BTS Station, Compass SkyView Hotel Bangkok is a great choice for discerning travelers. The hotel offers modern, clean and comfortable rooms and suites suitable for short and long term stays, exquisite lounges and bars, the first night club in the sky, an outdoor swimming pool, a helipad and a pillarless Grand Ballroom with complete natural light.
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12 ถนน สุขุมวิท 24 Khwaeng Khlong Tan, Khet Khlong Toei, กรุงเทพมหานคร 10110, Thailand
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About Compass Hospitality
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We always like to treat our customer who books directly as a VIP customer and for the same reason we provide free room upgrades at exclusive prices. Upgrades may include rooms with desirable views, rooms on high floors, corner rooms, rooms with special amenities, rooms on Executive Floors, or suites. All upgrades are granted on a space-available basis, as determined at the time of check-in. Upgrades are subject to availability and identified by each hotel.
Amazing places in Bangkok
Lumphini Dog park is where tourists and locals come to relax on the lawns and get a break from the busy Bangkok traffic. See the locals practice tai chi and play on the grass or take in a free concert.
King Rama NI acknowledged the advantages of a green public space in the 1920s. This individual dedicated 142 acres (57 hectares) of royal land to a park in what is actually the central business district of Sathon. He named it after the birthplace of Juggernaut in Nepal.
In the event you come from Bangkok's city middle, with its concrete complexes, busy streets, bustling wats or temples and cacophony of appears, the “Lung of Bangkok” really feels like a place where you can breathe deeply. With their palm groves, orchids and an artificial lake, Lumphini Park offers many places to help you charge.
Arrive just after daybreak, however, and you should find the park is a beehive of activity, with running joggers, locals practicing their tai chi, yoga and blade dancing on the grass lawns. If you feel like working up a sweating, there is an outdoor gym. Right before sunset, you can join a free open-air aerobics class. Only remember that at almost 8 a. m. and six p. m., the complete recreation area relates to a standstill to listen to the nationwide anthem as it performs from loudspeakers.
When you have upset an hunger, head to the joints near to the Rama VI sculpture at the southwest access. You can order mat thai (thick noodles) or a jim joom (hot pot), among other Thailänder food. The weekend fresh market offers even more treats. Keep an attention out for the large monitor lizards that patrol the grounds, but avoid be tempted to give food to them. This may not be allowed because they can attack.
Lumphini Park is public but closes during the night time. Two city stops, Lumphini and Dans le cas où Lom, are within easy walking distance. Note that the park is a non-smoking zone. If you love traditional music, check the plan of the seasonal Live concert in the Park series to see if you can catch a performance on a Sunday evening.