The Davis Bangkok


Boutique Hotel

The Davis Bangkok Hotel is part of the Klong Toei District in Bangkok and is just 15 min walk from the Phrom Phong BTS Skytrain Station. The hotel features 247 rooms arranged in the North, Central and Corner Wing of the hotel. All the accommodation units feature air-conditioners, mini bars and flat screen televisions, as well as private bathrooms with a bath and a shower.

The hotel is arranged with lovely Thai decoration and provides two outdoor swimming pools and a gym., plus a rooftop whirlpool, spa zone and a business center. The guests can dine at Gallery Café with its Asian and international buffet menu or at the Living Room which offers à la carte selections of different light meals and drinks. There is also a Starbucks café and a bakery.

The Davis Bangkok Hotel is placed very close to the Seafood Market and the National Convention Centre Queen Sirikit. It is only 20 km from the International Airport Suvarnabhumi.


88 Sukhumvit 24, Klong Toey, Bangkok, Sukhumvit-Road-Asoke-to-Soi-67, 10110

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