This week I had the privilege of staying at the Royal Ivory Nana Hotel Bangkok. I’ve heard some pretty good reviews about it and decided to stay there on my return trip through Bangkok. The defining feature of this hotel is the stellar rooftop access with pool and garden overlooking the city. The stone accent walls and shady awnings made for a great refuge in the midst of the city commotion. It was a great place for my friends to unwind at, in addition to a lovely and spacious patio area where you can eat breakfast or get work done.
The Royal Ivory really lives up to ivory expectations. The lobby was clean and nicely decorated; I didn’t experience any problems with the staff or checking in. The rooms are standard to what you see in most hotels, although the wood paneled walls really adds a touch of ambiance. The bathrooms are open and spacious, which is definitely a bonus for any tired traveler or passer through. The beds were comfortable and fresh. Overall, it seems that the housekeeping staff really does a great job.
You’ll spot quite a few elephants throughout the hotel, a little symbol representing the “Royal Ivory Nana Hotel Bangkok.” For the price point, this is a fantastic deal whether you are just stopping through or planning a holiday in Bangkok. The rustic, wood decor and roof top lounge make it a great escape from the city. If you’re interested in checking out this hotel for yourself, head to Sukhumvit Road, Nana Plaza Bangkok. They get quite a few international guests and the staff is very accommodating. It’s a great pick if you’re new to Thailand or a newbie traveler in general. Overall, my friends and I quite enjoyed our roof top jubilee. I’ll be saving this spot for a future trip in time.