After spending a couple of nights with some noisy roommates and getting minimal sleep. I decided to move into a private room to get some much needed rest. I jumped on AGODA and found the most reasonably priced hotel in the On Nut area. Qiu Hotel Sukhumvit was the first hotel that caught my eye.
I was at the establishment within the hour and was pleasantly surprised upon arrival. A doorman welcomed me at the door as I walked through the front doors. Check-in was quick and painless. I was escorted into a hallway of sliding glass doors and presented a key to my room.
Qui Hotel Sukhumvit is a three storied establishment with a unique design. I personally thought the interior of the hotel resembled the interiors of a cruise ship.
I slid the glass door open and entered a very large room. First things I noticed were the king sized bed and large closet in the corner. On the closet doors were large mirrors which extended from the ceiling to the floor. The bathroom was also very impressive having both a bathtub and a shower.
The location of Qiu Hotel is ideal for a solo traveler such as myself. The hotel is found on a quiet side street, away from the noisy hustle of Bangkok. But close enough to a sky train station for easy access to the rest of the city.
Plenty of food options are located nearby. Italian, Chinese and Japanese restaurants are located right next door. 7/11 was a short 5 minute walk away. Just wander a bit further to Tesco Lotus for even more food options.
My room was the most basic room available at Qiu Hotel. The large room included a king sized bed, a flat screen television, a mini fridge and safety deposit box. The bathroom was also very spacious, including both a shower and a large bathtub.
The common room located on the first floor had a small seating area, a pool table, a computer for surfing the internet and a Playstation 3. Right next door was the on-site fitness room. Equipment included a set free weights, a treadmill, a stationary bike and an all-in-one fitness machine.
The swimming pool was small, but popular among the guests. The seating area around the pool allowed the guests to enjoy the heat in Bangkok with enough shade to cool off when needed.
Food and beverage is quickly accessible via the hotel restaurant. The staff were very cordial, accommodating and efficient. The hotel was clean. This should be an obvious thing, but I found out that this was not the case later in my travels.
I had only one problem with the establishment. Rooms are connected to neighboring rooms via a door. The door can not be opened without requesting it, so security was not an issue.
The issue was sound easily traveled through this doorway, so if noisy neighbors were present, you could definitely hear it. That was the case for a couple of nights I stayed at the hotel.
I stayed a total of 9 nights at Qiu Hotel Sukhumvit. I stayed the most basic room available in the hotel, a deluxe room without a window. The average price per night worked out to be 1000THB.
This price was only available on Agoda. To my knowledge, there were three different types of rooms available, a room without a window, a room with a window and a room by the pool. I am not sure for which room, but the front desk had a walk-in room price for 2500THB a night.
The hotel is on the pricier side, but I would still highly RECOMMEND the establishment. The rooms were clean and spacious. The staff were efficient and accommodating. Location alone was what drew me to this hotel. If your looking for a private room and willing to spend a little bit more, then Qiu Hotel Sukhumvit is a great choice.
If you are traveling and are in need of a quick place to stay, use Agoda. I personally used Agoda to find this excellent hotel when I was in Bangkok. Check out what other travelers on Agoda had thought about Qiu Hotel Sukhumvit!
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