Conrad Bangkok at €154/Night with Breakfast, Double Points & Hotel Credit (min. 2 Nights; Refundable)

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Conrad is one of Hilton‘s most luxurious brands. In Bangkok, you can book a room at the Conrad for only €154/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 two days to book the cheapest room categories.

We have marked all dates for less than €160 per night (= €320 in total) in green. Please keep in mind that only two green nights get the desired price. Other combinations may turn out more expensive.

Conrad Bangkok ASMALLWORLD Collection

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 December:

The Hotel

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.

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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.

Price Check

Booking directly on Hilton’s website, the cheapest rate, which is non-refundable and includes nothing more than the room, starts at €142/night. If you book the refundable rate with breakfast, you’d be paying €178 per night – i.e. €28 more than on ASMALLWORLD.

Rates Conrad Bangkok

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 €154/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 (€190), Waldorf Astoria (€355), Kimpton Maa-Lai (€228), The St. Regis (€289).

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Comments (13)

  1. Jay says:

    Does a booking at ASMALLWORLD also give status nights at e.g. HILTON or only points ?

    • Ditmar Lange says:

      Hi Jay,
      yes, you should also earn status nights as this is basically an impresario rate, i.e. an eligible rate.

  2. Nicolas says:

    Dear Ditmar, have you ever stayed at this property (recently)? If so, please share briefly your impression(s) / experience(s).
    It would be easier to understand the purpose you are advertising the property so insistently.
    Thanks in advance.

    • Ditmar Lange says:

      No, and I haven’t even been to Bangkok. But the hotel (which previously received quite a lot of bad reviews) has been rennovated recently and the reviews have been much better since then. Also, it’s a Conrad with breakfast and extras for €160, which is a great price for that brand, and hotel prices in Bangkok have risen a lot since the pandemic. So overall, I do think this is a good deal.
      I don’t know what you mean by insistently, though, as this is only the second time that we’ve published this deal, the first time being almost 3 months ago.

  3. Björn says:

    Hotel rooms are (still in parts) absolutely outdated and customer focus has shifted towards business/events as I was told. Therefore the management doesn’t care for individual (status) guests, not to mention that I’ve been a returning Diamond guest during the last few months. No complimentary upgrades despite availability and various online check-ins with room selection were somehow switched till arrival.

    In addition, met multiple guests with children that were left devastated since they got rejected for evening cocktails and should lock their kids up in the rooms and would get a tiny selection of solely cold snacks. This clearly demonstrates a shocking level of family-friendly and inclusive lifestyle! The comparison regarding (international) standard is also utter nonsense, Hua Hin, Millenium and others have at least a family section which I firmly welcome.

    If you’re looking for the old glorious days of Conrad Bangkok forget it – there’s a reason why this hotel’s Tripadvisor rating is nosediving. Staying there multiple times over the years starting right after the opening, I have to admit it’s now a service mess. Especially the incompetency and played friendliness at the Lounge or Front Desk where management will promise you the world and nothing will change. If you stay with Hilton, I rather recommend the wonderful Millenium Hilton – excellent service and management team over there. Plus the view is stunning – my personal favourite is the Executive Suites.

  4. Christian says:

    Genauso sehe ich das auch Uwe, wir waren Anfang Februar da und ich muss sagen eines der besten Hotels wo wir je waren. Sehr gut zusammengefasst, genau wie du schreibst, wer will abends da sitzen und sich das mit kleinen Kindern antun?

    Genau niemand

  5. Uwe says:

    Ich kann die negativen Kommentare hier überhaupt nicht nachvollziehen.
    Ich bin HH Diamond und das Conrad BKK ist quasi mein “Wohnzimmer” wenn ich 3-5x pro Jahr in BKK bin.
    Zu den Kritikpunkten:

    1.
    Das die Executive Lounge keine Kids unter 12Jahre rein lässt, ist internationaler Standard und betrifft auch nur die Happy Hour (Social Evening) von 17.30h – 19.30h…und hat im Übrigen gerade zu dieser Zeit absolut seine Berechtigung.
    Ich habe wenig Lust mein abendliches Glas Wein im netter Atmosphäre mit Kindergeschrei und Rumgerenne verderben zu lassen.
    Btw: es gibt im Conrad BKK gegenüber der Lounge ein “Kids Corner”.

    2.
    Outdated Zimmer??

    Das Conrad wurde in den letzten 2 Jahten komplett renoviert-die Zimmer sind top notch !

    3.
    Im Preisvergleich im 5 Sterne Segment ist das Conrad immer noch die günstigere Variante und kann neben der zentralen Lage auch mit dem zweitgrößten Swimming-Pool eines Stadthotels aufwarten.

    4.
    Ich kenne beide Executive-Lounges der hier angesprochenen Hilton Häuser in BKK.
    Sowohl das HH Millenium wie auch das HH Sukhumvit können bei Weitem nicht mit dem Conrad mithalten (mal abgesehen von den Blick und der outdoor Terrasse des HH Millenium.

    Abgespeckt in Sachen Food und Beverage haben die Lounges nach Covid 19 ALLE (!!) im Vergleich zu vorher…

  6. Kay says:

    stayed one time and won’t go back! Worst lounge experience ever! Bangkok has so many way better hotels.

  7. Felix02 says:

    Das Banyan Tree gibt es mit der Accor Step Rate schon für 122 Euro ab 3 Nächten

    Hatte das Conrad vor ein paar Tagen gebucht und dem Bayan vorgezogen, da Zugang zur Lounge als Diamond. Die Reviews zur Lounge sind aber nicht besonders toll. DIe Lounges in den beiden Hiltons sind wohl deutlich besser von der Atmosphäre als auch dem Angebot.

  8. sukhumvit says:

    I don’t get it why some people like this Hotel. It’s old-fashioned, in-room design is outdated. Stayed there once. Never again. Bangkok have so many great alternatives.

  9. Mark says:

    No evening social for families with kids under twelve anymore. We just checked out and won’t come back for that reason.

    • Max says:

      Nobody wants children in Lounges! And in Business and first class btw too! Except selfish parents. Thanks god that at least Conrad is forbidding children in their lounges. A reason for me to book it. I had several Hotels with screaming children in the lounges.. Horrible.

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