Nestled in the heart of Bangkok’s main Sukhumvit district, SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western Sukhumvit 2 is a brand new hotel that puts guests in the center of the action.
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Within walking distance of the city’s key business and entertainment areas, including shops, restaurants and lifestyle malls, this modern hotel is ideal for both corporate and leisure travelers seeking an affordable stay with international-standard amenities.
All 85 guest rooms are contemporary, comfortable and well-connected, with complimentary in-room Wi-Fi, while the hotel’s “business corner” area provides travelers with a range of professional services.
The first SureStay® hotel in Asia, SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western Sukhumvit 2 brings an extra dimension to Bangkok’s accommodation scene and ushers in a new era for travelers to this vibrant Asian city.
No pets allowed
For Every Two Paying Adults, One Child 4 And Under Is Free In The Existing Bedding.
0.3 kilometer(s) from Ploenchit Center, This 26-story building provides prime CBD office space on the main Sukhumvit Road. Just five minutes’ walk from Ploenchit BTS skytrain station, it also houses retail and dining outlets, plus a food court.
0.3 kilometer(s) from Krungthai Bank, With a history dating back half a century, Krungthai is one of the biggest banks in Thailand. Operating nationwide, it serves individuals, organizations, institutions and state agencies of all sizes.
1 kilometer(s) from Bumrungrad Hospital, A private hospital in central Bangkok, Bumrungrad has 580 beds and a capacity of over 5,500 outpatients per day. It was also the first hospital in Asia to receive the US standard accreditation from the Joint Commission International (JCI), and the first in Thailand to receive accreditation from the College of American Pathologists (CAP).
7 kilometer(s) from The Grand Palace, Bangkok’s most famous attraction and a “must-see” for all visitors, the Grand Palace is a complex of buildings at the heart of the city’s historic Rattanakosin area, on the banks of the Chao Praya River. The palace has been the official residence of Thailand’s revered royal family since the late 1700s and still hosts many important royal ceremonies and state functions. Surrounded by four white walls, the complex covers an area of 218,400m² and contains many important buildings, including the Temple of Emerald Buddha.
7 kilometer(s) from Temple of Emerald Buddha, Known locally as “Wat Phra Kaew”, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha is regarded as the most important Buddhist temple in Thailand. Located within the grounds of the Grand Palace in Bangkok’s historic center, the temple enshrines “Phra Kaew Morakot”, or the Emerald Buddha - a highly revered statue of Lord Buddha carved from a single block of jade. Depicted in the meditation position, the statue is believed to date back to the 15th Century.
7 kilometer(s) from Chatuchak Weekend Market, The largest market in Thailand, Chatuchak Weekend Market is a sprawling commercial labyrinth that comprises more than 8,000 shops and stalls. Located on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, in the north of the city and easily accessible via the BTS or MRT light rail networks, Chatuchak is popular among locals and tourists alike. Also known as “JJ Market”, it is divided into 27 sections including plants, antiques, pets, ceramics, furniture and home décor, clothing and books.
7 kilometer(s) from Bangkok National Museum, Established in 1859, Thailand’s first museum was set up by HM King Mongkut (Rama IV), as a private museum within the Grand Palace. Later, HM King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) ordered that the museum should be opened to the public, thus marking the birth of the country’s first ever national museum. The museum was subsequently relocated outside the palace grounds and continues to showcase Thailand’s history, art, archaeology and ethnology to locals and visitors today.
6 kilometer(s) from Marble Temple, Wat Benchama Bophit Dusitvanaram, also known as the Marble Temple, is regarded one of the most beautiful temples in Thailand. Designed by Prince Naris, son of King Rama IV, the temple was built using the finest marble imported from Italy, while its architecture features a traditionally Thai symmetrical design. Within the main hall, the sacred Phra Buddha Chinnarat image was reproduced from the original in Phitsanulok, which is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Thailand.
3 kilometer(s) from Patpong Night Market, Located in the popular Silom area of Bangkok, Patpong Night Market is one of the city’s most popular after-dark destinations. The main market is located on Patpong Soi 1 and sells a vast array of goods, including clothes, bags and souvenirs. The stalls also continue along the main Silom Road, making this a vibrant destination for locals and visitors alike. The market traders open for business at around 6pm and continue late into the evening.
7 kilometer(s) from Chao Phraya River, Bangkok’s “River of Kings”, the Chao Phraya has played a major role in the development of the city through the ages. Separating Bangkok on the west bank from Thonburi in the east, the river also feeds a vast network of canals that gave Bangkok its nickname, the “Venice of the East”. Today, locals still use the river and canals as a means of transportation, while visitors can take river boat trips and dinner cruises.
True Coffee, on premises, Coffee Shop, Continental, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
Sky Bar, on premises, Bar/Lounge, International, Open for: breakfast,
3 kilometer(s) from Chulalongkorn University, Chulalongkorn University was established in 1917 by King Vajiravudh (Rama VI) who named it after his father, King Chulalongkorn (Rama V), who laid the foundations for modern education in Thailand. The university comprises 19 faculties, 23 colleges and various research institutes.
2 kilometer(s) from SWU, SWU or Srinakharinwirot University was developed from two institutions: the Advanced Teacher Training School, which was founded in 1949, and the College of Education, founded in 1953. The university was given its present name in 1974.
3 kilometer(s) from Bangkok University, Bangkok University is one of the most prestigious private educational institutes in Thailand. It was established in 1962 as a non-profit university, with the aim of developing modern graduates with skills to serve the country in the future.
3 kilometer(s) from Siam Paragon, Located in the heart of Bangkok, next to Siam BTS skytrain station, Siam Paragon is one of Thailand’s most popular shopping complexes. As well as a vast array of international fashion and lifestyle brands, the development is home to Southeast Asia’s largest aquarium, a 16-screen cineplex, an international supermarket and a wide variety of restaurants.
2 kilometer(s) from CentralWorld Plaza, CentralWorld Plaza is a large multi-story lifestyle and shopping experience located in the center of Bangkok. Walking distance from Siam BTS skytrain station, it features brand name boutiques, high-tech gadgets, bookshops and designer furniture, along with a large selection of gourmet eateries, grocery stores, beauty salons and even an ice-skating rink.
3 kilometer(s) from MBK Center, Arguably Bangkok’s most famous shopping mall, MBK is a vast indoor market that bustles with shoppers every day. There are eight floors packed with 2,000 shops that sell everything from clothing, handbags and luggage to mobile phones, electric goods and DVDs. It is directly linked to National Stadium BTS skytrain station.
3 kilometer(s) from EmQuartier, EmQuartier opened in 2015 as part of the multi-billion-baht “EM District” project in Phrom Phong, central Bangkok. Located opposite the existing Emporium shopping mall, EmQuartier features a futuristic design and a long list of designer brands, dozens of restaurants, event halls and an atrium garden complete with a waterfall.
3 kilometer(s) from Emporium, Emporium Bangkok is a sophisticated six-storey shopping centre in Sukhumvit, housing an extensive selection of designer brands, a luxury cinema, high-end supermarket and food court, as well as state-of-the-art exhibition space. Like the neighboring EmQuartier mall, Emporium is directly connected to Phrom Phong BTS skytrain station.
28 kilometer(s) from Suvarnabhumi Airport
24 kilometer(s) from Don Mueang International Airport, Take the A1 bus at the gate number 7, on the 1st floor of Terminal 1. Connect to BTS skytrain at Mochit station and travel to Ploenchit station. Use Exit 4 to Sukhumvit Road, then take Sukhumvit Soi 2 and walk for 5-10 minutes to the hotel.
0.2 kilometer(s) from Ploenchit BTS Skytrain
3.7 kilometer(s) from Hua Lamphong Railway station