Somerset Park Suanplu Bangkok – A home away from home

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Bangkok is a vibrant, bustling city, and a vast, sprawling metropolis. It has an infectious energy that draws one in. There is so much to do here that I’d recommend staying for at least a week. However, where you stay in Bangkok has a huge impact on your experience there.

Somerset Park Suanplu Gardens

Gardens at Somerset Park Suanplu

After spending all day exploring in Bangkok’s tropical heat, it helps to have a peaceful sanctuary to retreat to and rejuvenate. And that is exactly what Somerset Park Suanplu was.

Swimming Pool at Somerset Park Suanplu

Swimming Pool at Somerset Park Suanplu

Somerset Park Suanplu Bangkok is a serviced residence in the very heart of the metropolis. It lies in a quiet tree-lined street, populated by apartments and international embassies. A complimentary tuk-tuk service will take guests from the residence to the nearest Skytrain station, just ten minutes away. The residence is also within walking distance to the renowned shopping and eating areas on Sukhomvit and Silom roads.

There are 235 residences consisting of one, two and three bedroomed options as well as penthouses, to suit different requirements. The apartments are spacious and modern. Our suite had two comfortable bedrooms, two bathrooms, a lounge area with a work-station, a dining area and a fully-equipped kitchenette.

Main Bedroom - Somerset Park Suanplu

Main Bedroom

Full-length glass sliding doors led onto a balcony with expansive views of Bangkok.

Somerset Park Suanplu Lounge Area

Lounge Area

Best of all, we had a washing machine and a tumble dryer – washing powder provided –  which saved us the trouble of having to visit laundromats. Other room amenities included a television connected to a CD and DVD player, an iron and ironing board, and a workstation. Wi-Fi connectivity and complimentary housekeeping services were also available.

Washing Machine and Tumble Dryer

Washing Machine and Tumble Dryer

Somerset guests have access to the many facilities in the building, which include a beautiful swimming pool, a gymnasium, tennis courts, a small library, an indoor playroom for the children and an on-site day spa. The tour desk will help arrange transport and tours. A mini-market caters for guests who want to cook their own food and kids with cravings for candy and chips. There are beautiful gardens on the ground level where one can relax in while waiting for taxis or after coming back from a walk. The gardens have serene water features, seating areas and an outdoor playground for the kids.

Tennis courts with a view - Somerset Park Suanplu

Tennis courts with a view

We enjoyed a daily buffet breakfast at Panya Restaurant. There was a choice of Thai and international dishes. Breakfast started at 6 am so we could eat before leaving on our early morning tours with ThaiTrips.

Panya Restaurant - Somerset Park Suanplu

Panya Restaurant

This was the perfect solution for a family vacation in Bangkok. It is also suitable for business travelers and couples. The size of the apartment and the furnishings make it perfect for extended stays too and there are special rates for long term stays.

Heavenly Spa - Somerset Park Suanplu

Heavenly Spa

Somerset Park Suanplu is one of a premier collection of The Ascott Limited’s serviced residences in 100 cities around the world. I will definitely consider them when travelling to Bangkok again or to any of their other locations.

For more information on the apartment, visit Somerset Park Suanplu or book here.

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Guest Lounge - Somerset Park Suanplu

Guest Lounge

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