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Name: Pat from Ireland - 14-Oct-2009
Comment: Many thanks for your hospitality.I really enjoyed my visit and will return soon.Home from home in Bangkok.
Name: Blaise from Hawaii - 09-Oct-2009
Comment: There is no other place to stay in Bangkok that the Tantawan Place Hotel for the truest sense of hospitality. The moment I walk into the hotel, I feel as if I cam back home. It is inviting with a terrific staff and front desk, and you cannot beat the location. I have stayed at some of the more posh hotels in Bangkok, but they pale in comparison to the Tarntawan. It is like having a home in Bangkok instead of a hotel room. And coming from Hawaii, they understand the Aloha spirit. Mahalo!
Name: Michael M. - 27-Sep-2009
Comment: Wish I could add better to what has already been said here. What a great place to stay. Your staff is wonderful, friendly and helpful. You have every detail down on how to create a pleasant stay for someone like me who was on their first trip to Thailand. Thanks for everything.
Name: Edward C. - 15-Jul-2009
Comment: I wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for the high standard and level of service offered at your hotel. As a regular traveler I always choose The Tarntawan as I find the rooms extremely comfortable and the staff very obliging. The breakfast all day are a plus allowing me to sleep in and I always seem to be allowed to check in early if my fight arrives in the early hours. Also I have never been refused a late check out. So congratulations your management has certainly won me over. I look forward to staying at The Tarntawan once again.
Name: Gary Catsoulis - 13-Jul-2009
Comment: I am a bit biased after more then a decade of being pampered by the staff of the Tarntamwan hotel on my Thailand visits. I may take for granted the tall iced drink brought to your room by a smiling staffer after 23 hours of disorienting travel. I may forget that the Tarntawan is one of very few hotels in the world that considers that a traveler with jet lag may not wnat to drag himself down to breakfast by a certain time. At the Tarntawan, you can have that breakfast 24/7. I may overlook the small but wonderful gesture of checking in and being handed business cards with your name on them from the hotel with info in Thai and English. This last year, I brought two friends for a first visit to Thailand. One of them is a hotel consultant in Las Vegas and he was very skeptical of a place called Tarntawan, but trusted me. I mention this because on a visit to Vegas last week, I watched my friend giving a lecture to middle management and staff of a major Las Vegas Strip hotel. Twice in his presentation, he mentioned a place in Bangkok called The Tarntawan. He saw me smiling from the back of the room. What he was telling his audience was that hotels are just structures and what sets them apart are the people who are entrusted to make your stay flawless and memorable. The Tarntawan is run so flawlessly that its easy to overlook the effort. It's the 'people' who, under the direction of manager Lukas, make the guests at the Tarntawan feel welcome and returning year after year, as I do. From the handsome men in crisp uniforms outside the lobby, who run out with an umbrella to keep you dry, to the infectious smile and kindness of the man who works security and sits by the elevator. The lovely and graceful woman in Thai Silk who greet you at the front desk to the silent but efficiant woman who keep the spacious and beautifully appointed rooms in top shape AND who are always ready to make you more comfortable. There is even a weekly cocktail party hosted by the manager for all the guests to get aquainted and ask questions of the staff. THAT is the TARNTAWAN. Set back from the! madness of Surawong Road on a quiet private street, it is a jewel in the crown of a country known for friendliness and hospitatily. The great 'chain' hotels of the world are in Bangkok, but to savor the true feeling of this wonderful Country....start out at the Tarnatwan. Thanks staff for years of service and I look forward to returning soon.