Vīb Best Western Sanam Pao is a cutting-edge midscale hotel nestled in one of the Thai capital’s trendiest new districts. Perfectly positioned close to many local attractions and the BTS skytrain network, which puts the rest of the city within easy reach, this brand new hotel is well-connected in every sense. Its bright, vibrant social spaces are perfect for catching up with friends, colleagues or those all-important social media updates, while the hotel’s 91 contemporary rooms come equipped with integrated technology and flat-screen TVs. Guests can enjoy convenient food and drinks from the “grab n’ go” snack station, and Wi-Fi is fast and free-of-charge throughout the hotel. Sleek, stylish and smart, Vīb Best Western Sanam Pao is the perfect option for guests who need to stay connected at all times. Discover a new era of millennial midscale accommodation in the heart of North Bangkok.
Exercise facility Open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Weight lifting equipment
24-hour front desk
Foreign currency exchange
Express check in
Express check out
Cable or satellite television
Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access; All guest rooms are hardwired for internet access
Business center Printing material, B&W A4 10 THB per Page
Photocopy, nominal fee
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
0.10 kilometer(s) from Royal Thai Army Radio, Royal Thai Army Radio and Television Channel 5 is a television station in Bangkok that broadcasts public news and entertainment shows across Thailand. Also known as ThaiTV5, the station specializes in programming and public service messages designed to deliver wholesome entertainment, promoting family and community values, good corporate citizenship and the promotion of national integration.
1.5 kilometer(s) from Kasikorn Bank, Kasikorn Bank is one of Thailand’s leading banks. Having been established in 1945 as the Thai Farmer’s Bank, the company has grown progressively over the last 70 years and recently moved into the international market, setting up branches in China and Laos. KBank, as it also known, now operates more than 1,100 branches and has total assets worth more than THB 2.5 trillion.
0.18 kilometer(s) from SM Tower, SM Tower is a major mixed-use office and condominium tower on Phaholyothin Road in North Bangkok. Built in 1993, this single tower has 35 floors and includes 124 units, plus a fitness center, elevators, a swimming pool, shop and restaurant. It is easily accessible via the BTS skytrain stations at either Sanam Pao or Victory Monument.
3.4 kilometer(s) from Chatuchak Market, Chatuchak Weekend Market is one of the world’s largest weekend markets, covering more than 11 hectares. It is divided into 27 sections, contains more than 15,000 booths and attracts approximately 200,000 visitors each day (on Saturdays and Sundays), including thousands of overseas visitors. Guests can discover goods from all across Thailand sold at local prices, including traditional wood carvings, handicrafts, Buddhist amulets, furniture, artworks, plants, ceramics, clothing, soft furnishings and much more. This makes Chatuchak a wonderful place to spend a weekend afternoon, strolling through the stalls and picking up bargains.
5.6 kilometer(s) from Rot Fai Market, Rot Fai Market (Train Market) is an open-air bazaar selling an incredible array of items from a bygone era, from vintage fashions to historical memorabilia and antique furniture. The market’s name derives from its former location next to the railway tracks, but it was moved in 2013 due to the expansion of Bangkok’s BTS skytrain network. Split into three sections, the ‘Market Zone’, ‘Warehouse Zone’ and ‘Rod’s Antiques,’ Rot Fai Market features an amazing collection of items that cannot be found anywhere else, including classic cars, Japanese anime toys and even a life-size Elvis mannequin.
LIT, on premises, Cafe, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
Eye Bar, on premises, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: dinner,
1.3 kilometer(s) from Greyhound Cafe, Cafe, International, Open for: lunch, dinner,
16 kilometer(s) from Nonthaburi, Nonthaburi is large city and province that lies directly northwest of Bangkok, on the Chao Praya River. Its population of approximately 258,000 makes it the second populous municipality in Thailand.
80 kilometer(s) from Chachoengsao, Chachoengsao is a province in south-central Thailand, approximately 85km east of Bangkok. This agricultural hub is centered on the Bang Pakong River, which runs the length of the province.
2.4 kilometer(s) from Santiphap Park, A short walk from Victory Monument, this park is a pleasant oasis in a busy area. Opened in 1998, Santiphap Park (literally meaning Peace Park) is about 3.2 hectares in size and features shaded paths around a central lake, which are pleasant for walking and running. There is also a small gym close to the side entrance. The path is only about 1km long so it is an easy stroll around the park.
3.3 kilometer(s) from Major Cineplex - Paragon, The flagship branch of the Major Cineplex chain is located on the heart of the Thai capital, on the top floors of the Siam Paragon shopping mall. It features a collection of different screens, including an IMAX Theatre, plus a range of premium seating options. This makes the Paragon Cineplex a great place to spend the evening.
3.3 kilometer(s) from Siam Paragon, Siam Paragon is an immensely popular shopping mall located in the heart of Bangkok. It houses a host of international high-end fashion brands, plus Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium, a 16-screen cineplex and a large number of restaurants. It is located prominently in front of Siam BTS Skytrain station - the interchange of the two BTS lines.
3.3 kilometer(s) from MBK, MBK Shopping Center is vast shopping mall and indoor market that has continuously attracted local and international guests for more than 30 years. Located at National Stadium BTS station, this huge complex features an eight-story mall with more than 2,300 shops, including Thai handicrafts and souvenirs and a large technology center.
18 kilometer(s) from Don Mueang Airport
27 kilometer(s) from Suvarnabhumi Airport, ontinue straight onto Rama 9 Road and keep left and continue on Jaturatis Road. Use the left lane to take the ramp to Ratchaprarop and turn right onto Jaturatis Road. Use the left lane to take the exit toward Phaholyothin Road then turn left on