BANGKOK: Lemontea Hotel @ Pratunam
A pause for travelling in year 2020 makes me craving more for travelling. I believe many of you have the same feeling too.
Had no choice so I ran through my archive and decided to blog on a few hotels I have stayed in, some budget and some fancier one in Bangkok, and some business-liked hotels that I love in Japan.
So allow me to start with this very refreshing hotel, even its name also very refreshing.
Is conveniently located at the heart of Bangkok city. It is about 5 minutes’ walk from Pratunam Market, Platinum Fashion Mall and Big C; a short distance away from Baiyok Tower and the Four-Faced Bramas at Erawan Shrine; also about 40 minutes away from Suvarnabhumi International Airport.
The interior of this boutique hotel is indeed very refreshing, as “thirst-quenching” as its name. It is all yellow and grey in the lobby area, interlaced with warm wood hues. Same goes to the room, there were yellow and grey at every corner as well as the wall; intermeshed with wooden flooring, very simple and nice.
I was there during one of the Christmas. The price to pay per night wasn’t that friendly everywhere, and this place offered the best price I could afford during Christmas time. We enjoyed the small comfortable stay in with a hearty yet simple breakfast that made a la minute. Very simple but satisfying one.
Well, what’s more when we spent all day out to shop and lesser time in the hotel. What we need was somewhere comfortable and near to the shopping hotspots, and a little massage in the massage parlour nearby (there are a few massage parlours down the street, standby to clear off your shopping tiredness and stress).
Very simple room in white, grey, yellow and wooden flooring.
simple toiletries provided.
Hotel’s small breakfast area
I really wish I get to fly soon!
55 Soi. Petchaburi 15,
Petchaburi Road, Pratunam, Ratchatewi,
10400 Bangkok, Thailand