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FuramaXclusive Sathorn

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- Great location for exploring Bangkok
- Well-presented rooms with kitchenettes
- Pool, fitness centre and sauna
- Reliable, good-value choice

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The FuramaXclusive Sathorn is a reliable and agreeable hotel offering good value in Thailand’s bustling and vibrant capital city, Bangkok. The property is located in the Silom sub-district, one of the more cosmopolitan areas of the city which has earned the nickname ‘the Wall Street of Thailand’ due to its abundance of finance companies. The hotel is quite conveniently located for those looking to explore what Bangkok has to offer: the immediate area has lots of local markets and trendy restaurants, as well as plenty of nightlife. The popular Lumpini Park is nearby and it’s just a short walk to the Chong Nonsi BTS Skytrain Station, enabling easy access to the rest of the city. Although the hotel is located in quite a busy area, it’s just off a main road and thus offers relative peace and quiet in this lively city.

The accommodation comprises 139 rooms grouped into three categories: Deluxe, Premier and Suite. All of the hotel’s rooms are air conditioned and handsomely furnished with a good range of modern amenities. There's a kitchenette area complete with cutlery and various utensils, as well as a sofa, tea and coffee making facilities, ironing board, bathrobes, a minibar and a 29 inch satellite TV.

Open throughout the day, L’Avenue Restaurant is the hotel’s main dining venue, specialising in international cuisine along with a lengthy wine list. While the restaurant is indoors, al fresco dining is also possible. The hotel has a lovely outdoor swimming pool with sun loungers, as well as a fitness centre and sauna. Poolside drinks and snacks can be ordered at the restaurant.

FuramaXclusive Sathorn welcomes children of all ages. Cots for infants are available for free, though there are charges if extra beds are required for older children. While the hotel doesn’t offer any child-oriented services, kids clubs or babysitting, children are sure to enjoy using the pool and there are plenty of family-friendly adventures to be had in and around Bangkok.

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