Review: Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park

Luxury hotels in Bangkok are a dime a dozen these days. With so many hotels in general, rates are pretty affordable. With rates so low, it doesn’t make too much sense to redeem points here (like Singapore, or New York City).

The hotel itself is large. Upon check in our passports were scanned and we were informed we have been upgraded to a suite. The room was a standard suite layout with a bedroom and a living area. Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures of the living and bedroom.

The bathroom essentially ran the length of the whole suite and had a large shower room, stand alone tub, his and hers vanity, and toilet room.

Where this hotel really shines is the concierge lounge. The new updated term for these lounges is M Life Lounge. The space was the largest lounge space I’ve seen (even bigger than the recently renovated Manila Marriott). This lounge was essentially the size of a restaurant. The breakfast spread consisted of made to order eggs, fruits, breads, pastries, and brunch options such as noodles.

The lounge also had complimentary soft drinks, and during the evening hours complimentary beer, wine, and cocktails.

Survey Says

I was hoping this hotel lived up to reviews on Flyertalk and it did! I was upgraded to a suite and the lounge was fantastic. Additionally, the hotel is located near a BTS Skytrain station which is always convenient.

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