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Chakrabongse Villas & Residences vs Grand China Hotel

Both properties are endorsed by expert writers. Overall, Chakrabongse Villas ranks significantly higher than Grand China Hotel. Chakrabongse Villas scores 82 with praise from 7 sources such as DK Eyewitness, Fodor's and Rough Guide.

Chakrabongse Villas & Residences
8 / 10
396 Maharaj Road, Tatien, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
From $196 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Free Breakfast
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Restaurant
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Frommer's
"Rather optimistically touted as "Thailand's best-kept secret," this clutch of traditional wooden Thai houses is now on every website and in every guide, so be sure to call ahead to reserve a space." Full review
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Be sure to call ahead to reserve a space.
Concierge
"This little-known waterside oasis hides in plain sight among Bangkok's top tourist attractions such as the Grand Palace and Wat Pho."
Fodor's
"They may be the best rooms in the city—the problem is there are only four, and the place is very popular, so you must book well in advance." Full review
Lonely Planet
"The grounds of Prince Chakrabongse Bhuvanath’s 19th-century mansion have been adapted to become one of the city’s classiest, most discreet boutique properties." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"Built in 1908 as the residence of Prince Chulachakrabongse, these incredibly luxurious villas lie on the Chao Phraya River between Chinatown and the Royal Palace."
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Grand China Hotel
7 / 10
215 Yaowarat Road, Samphantawong, Bangkok 10100, Thailand
From $37 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Laundy Room
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Frommer's
"Guest rooms are typical of a Chinese-style hotel, with all the useful amenities usually found in more expensive hotels, but without sparing Thai-style touches and character." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"In the heart of Chinatown, surrounded by a maze of streets and shops, this hotel is housed in the Grand China Trade Tower, and has comfortable rooms and suites with full amenities."
Rough Guide
"The poshest hotel in Chinatown boasts fairly luxurious accommodation in its 27-storey tower close to the heart of the bustle, with stunning views over all the city landmarks."
Time Out
"Large rooms, some with balconies, overlook the city and river. The top floor has Bangkok's only revolving club lounge (open in the evenings)." Full review
Lonely Planet
"A certifiable monstrosity from the outside, this hotel in the heart of Chinatown is popular with groups and has nondescript but comfortable rooms buoyed by great views."
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