Conrad is one of Hilton‘s most luxurious brands. In Bangkok, you can book a room at the Conrad for only €161/night, including breakfast, US$100 (~€92) hotel credit, a free upgrade, and double Hilton Honors points by booking on ASMALLWORLD‘s (ASW) website. The rate is even fully refundable! The only catch is that ASW requires a minimum stay of three days to book the cheapest room categories.
While there are many singular nights are available at the lowest fare, you will mostly have to bundle them with more costly ones to get the minimum stay of three nights. Blocks of cheap nights are broadly available in December 2023, as well as April, June and October 2024.
We have marked all dates for less than €170 per night (= €510 in total) in green. Please keep in mind that only three green nights get the desired price. Other combinations may turn out more expensive.
You’ll be booking a Deluxe room, which – despite its posh name – is the lowest room category. Most probably, you’ll be upgraded to a Premium room. It’s hard to tell what separates both room types, as they are both 41 m2 large. Presumably, the Premium room is located on a higher floor or has a better view. In any case, the Premium room would usually cost around €20 more than the Deluxe room.
You’ll get the US$100 (~€92) hotel credit once per stay. It can be used at the hotel’s restaurants, bar, or for spa treatments.
By the way, if you are looking for Conrad hotels in Asia, don’t forget that Conrad Seoul is currently offering a 3-for-2 promotion for stays until February:
The Conrad Bangkok is a cosmopolitan 5-star hotel, located a 10-minute walk away from Lumphini Park. The luxurious hotel offers spacious rooms, an outdoor pool, a spa, a gym, and four restaurants.
Previous guests have left very good reviews (e.g. 4.5/5 on Google), many of them praising the attentive staff, the really nice breakfast, the top-notch gym, the good location, the well-designed rooms, and the very comfortable beds.
The property is located in Bangkok’s Pathum Wan neighbourhood, close to the Phloen Chit BTS station, from where you can head almost anywhere on various buses or on the Sukhumvit Line.
Booking directly on Hilton’s website, the cheapest rate, which is non-refundable and includes nothing more than the room, starts at €129/night. If you book the refundable rate with breakfast, you’d be paying THB 5,720 (~€151) per night – i.e. €1 more than on ASMALLWORLD.
Add to that, that the ASMALLWORLD booking also gets you an upgrade, double Hilton Honors points, and US$100 (~€92) to spend at the hotel during your stay, and you’ll see that it definitely makes sense to book this hotel on ASMALLWORLD’s website.
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The price of €161/night also holds up when compared to similar 5-star hotels in the area, where even without breakfast you would be paying more, e.g. Grand Hyatt Erawan (€161), The Athenee Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel (€200), Siam Kempinski Hotel (€255), Waldorf Astoria (€295), Kimpton Maa-Lai (€235), The St. Regis (€265), InterContinental (€172), Renaissance Ratchaprasong (€169), JW Marriott Hotel (€172). The SO/ is actually cheaper (€151) during our test dates, but only if you select the rate without breakfast or refundability.
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