CITADINES SUKHUMVIT 23- BANGKOK, THAILAND
Upon my first day arrival in Bangkok, I checked into Citadines Sukhumvit 23 in Bangkok, Thailand. Citadines known to offer apartment-style living with 138 stylish urban apartments for the independent city traveller. Every apartment at Citadines comprises of a fully equipped kitchen, separate living and dining area with modern amenities.
Since I was sleep deprived after the flight from Australia, it was nice to check into a studio apartment rather than a generic hotel room. It definitely felt more homey and offered extra space with the added kitchen and couch area. If I had more energy, I could have cooked myself a simple meal or stir fry,for instance. If you like having the option to cook or are seeking long-term stay, then this studio is likely a good choice for your travel plans.
I also spent long afternoons on the rooftop in the lounge chairs. The rooftop area is not very large, but it does have a great view of the city buildings. I would definitely like to see the lounge furniture updated next visit though. There is a shallow small pool if you want to cool off, but not meant for swimming due to compact size. Furthermore, the inclusive breakfast is served at the cafe connected to the hotel. I really liked the coffee specifically, and noticed other travelers (non-guests of Citadines) coming by for their morning caffeine. A simple breakfast buffet and so I stuck with the usual eggs, bacon, and countless croissants. The quality was impressive and beyond expectation.
Citadines Sukhumvit 23 located not far from Asok station, but be wary if travelling with excess luggage as sidewalk is mostly elevated on this street. Tuk tuk is available for guests and stops directly at Asok station. I always like when I dont have to walk back post- check out. If you fancy homestyle apartment living without breaking your budget,then Citadines is worth checking out with many hotels internationally also including India and Australia.