Trang Hotel Bangkok

99/1  Visut-Kasat Rd. Banglumpoo Area Bangkok 10200
Direct Line :
Tel : +66 (0) 2-281-1402-3 ,+66 (0) 2-282-2141-4
Fax : +66 (0) 2-280-3610
Trang Hotel Bangkok

Trang Hotel Bangkok, located within walking distance to Khao Sarn Road, a popular destination for the traveler, shares the same neighbourhood of famous Thai landmarks, including Ratanakosin Island, the Grand Palace and the Thai National Museum, Wat Poh (Recling Buddha), the Banglumpoo shopping area and close to Chaopaya river for crusing to see Bangkok by boat

Our prime location places hotel off the bustling streets of downtown Bangkok and into the heart of the city’s sight-seeing haven.

All Trang Hotel's rooms offer air-conditioning, wall-to-wall carpet, satellite TV, a mini-bar (with some alcoholic beverages) and private bath/shower with hot and cold water. On the hotel's premises there is a swimming pool, fitness center, and a cafe/restaurant (cafe de Trang) serving an extensive range of Thai and Western food (breakfast buffet and ala carte lunch, ala carte dinner). In addition, Trang Hotel has quality Chinese restaurant offering Chinese Cuisine and specials such as Dim-Sum.

Trang Hotel Bangkok offers the amenities and services of a hotel with an extra touch of warmth and hospitality, which includes comforts for the body and mind, as well as facilities for business meetings or other special occasions.

Slip into the comforts of tranquility, after experiencing the bustling city, here at Trang Hotel Bangkok.

About Tranghotel Bangkok


Trang Hotel History
Trang Hotel BKK is not located in the southern Thai province bearing the same name but in Bangkok. Names can be confusing.

As the story goes, the hotel was once chosen to host a meeting of government officials. Half of the participants ended up Trang province. Since this incident, we changed the name to “Trang Hotel Bangkok.

Management Team

The hotel is situated in an unlikely area: Wisutkasat, which is not a prime business district in Bangkok. Trang Hotel Bangkok, situated adjacent to Khao San road, is popular among international visitors, as well as government officials, who find the atmosphere alluring as well as affordable room rates.

Though Trang Hotel Bangkok is quite young compared to other establishments around town, it’s almost 50 years old.

In its early years it operated under the name Vieng Sawan Hotel. When it first opened its doors to visitors, the hotel charged 40 baht for a room fitted with fan, related Sawasdi Hoontrakul, its owner and a native of Trang province in southern Thailand.

The name was subsequently changed to Trang Hotel after Sawasdi and his affiliates took full control of the property.

Later in 1963, he went into a joint partnership and opened the Manhattan Hotel on Sukhumvit 15, around the same time Asia, Ambassador, Siam City and Mandarin hotels appeared on the scene.

Since the partnership did not prove fruitful, Sawasdi withdrew from the Manhattan and began focusing on Trang Hotel and his frozen seafood business in Trang.

Today, the hotel is run by second-generation Hoontrakul family and has changed dramatically since its opening.

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Rooms

All our rooms have air-conditioning, television set with satellite TV, refrigerator plus mini-bar and a private bath/shower with hot and cold water.

Standard Room

Superior Room (20 sq.m)

One (1) king size bed, and twin with dressing table with a mirror, reading lamp, armchair, wardrobe with clothes hanger, toilet and shower.

Superior Premium Room

Superior Premium room (25 sq.m)

One (1) king size bed or twin, dressing table with a mirror and armchair, reading lamp, stylish wardrobe with clothes hanger, toilet, bath tub and stunning garden view from private balcony.

Deluxe Room

Deluxe room (35 sq.m)

One(1) king size bed, twin or triple beds, coffee and tea making facilities, dressing table with a mirror and armchair, reading lamp, stylish wardrobe with clothes hanger, bathrobe, slippers toilet and bath tub.

Deluxe Triple Room

Deluxe Triple Room

One(1) king size bed, twin or triple beds, coffee and tea making facilities, dressing table with a mirror and armchair, reading lamp, stylish wardrobe with clothes hanger, bathrobe, slippers toilet and bath tub.

Suite

Suite (45 sq.m)

One(1) King size bed and living room plus sofa, coffee and tea making facilities, working desk with armchair, bathtub, bath robe, slippers, separate closet, shower room and toilet.

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Facilities

Facilities

Mei Sien

Mei Sien, our modern Cantonese restaurant, offers a feast of aromatic dim sum assortments everyday. You can also diversify your meal by choosing from the menu created by our chef flown in directly from Hong Kong.

Facilities

Café de Trang

Our Coffee Shop serves a myriad of hearty delights ranging from Thai to international cuisines. This is definitely a treat for those looking for an east-meets-west meal. The Coffee Shop also offers a karaoke corner for our guests.

Facilities

Vasu Lounge


Other


  • Currency exchange
  • Same-day laundry
  • Safety Deposit Boxes
  • Karaoke
  • Tourist information/arrangement
  • Car Park
  • Facsimile
  • Daily Newspaper
  • Internet Service
  • Room Service

Conference Room


Trang Hotel Bangkok is also a perfect place for those interested in organizing committee meetings, seminars, conferences, receptions, weddings or private dinner parties.

We offer a range of modern conference facilities and audio-visual equipment for use in these events.

We have five different room categories, which can comfortably host between 30-300 participants. Please inquire our office for more information, rates and availability for our conference rooms.

We believe that we have the expertise to support your needs in every way possible.

Conference Room

Rates & Offers

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Contact Us

Trang Hotel Bangkok

99/1  Visut-Kasat Rd. Banglumpoo Area Bangkok 10200
Direct Line :
Tel : +66 (0) 2-281-1402-3 ,+66 (0) 2-282-2141-4
Fax : +66 (0) 2-280-3610

 

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99/1  Visut-Kasat Rd. Banglumpoo Area Bangkok 10200
Direct Line :
Tel : +66 (0) 2-281-1402-3 ,+66 (0) 2-282-2141-4
Fax : +66 (0) 2-280-3610


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Nearby Attractions

Tourist Attractions


Koh Rattanakosin or Rattanakosin Island

Koh Rattanakosin or Rattanakosin Island

is the origin of Bangkok history, which shows an identity of Thai art as well as the history of setting up Rattanakosin city. The area is called island because it is surrounded by Chao Phraya River and the inner city moat. The area of Rattanakosin Island is about 414.2 hectares. In Koh Rattanakosin, there are variety of the historical sites like palaces, temples and other buildings, combining the western style with the early Rattanakosin style. This guide tour is developed to encourage both Thais and foreigners to have more understanding about the remaining historic elements in Rattanakosin Island.

The Marble Temple

The Marble Temple

was built in the King Rama V's reign. The interior of the main building is magnificently decorated with cross beams of lacquer and gold. A large collection of Bronze Buddhas lines the walls of the spacious inner courtyard. There are two marble Singhas in Khamer style, placed in front of the chapel.

>Sao Ching Cha

Sao Ching Cha

as one of the landmarks of Bangkok, the Giant Swing has been standing in front of Wat Suthat for more than 200 years. It was created in 1784 to be used in the Brahmin Swing ceremony. The ceremony was proceeded every year from 1784 until it was revoked in 1933. But other Brahmin Ceremonies still remain and are performed at Brahmin shrines (no. 13) located nearby.

Ratchaburana Temple

Ratchaburana Temple

This temple was a small temple built in the late Ayutthaya period. The temple has become one of Royal monasteries since the First reign (1782-1809). During World War II in 1945,significant buildings and objects in the temple were damaged by airbombs. Later, the temple was reconstructed and become an important temple of Rattanakosin once again.

Chetupon Temple

Chetupon Temple

was built in Ayutthaya period (during 1688-1703). The common name is "Wat Po", a shortened word of its original name -Potharam. This temple has many interesting and beautiful monuments such as the reclining Buddha Image which is the second largest in Thailand. During early period of Rattanakosin,Wat Po was the center of many fields of academy including the famous Thai massage.

Loha Prasart

Loha Prasart

This temple was built in the Third reign (1824-1851) to celebrate the King's niece who became the first queen consort of King Rama IV. The outstanding monument of this temple is "Loha Prasart". Loha Prasart is a kind of pagoda substitution which was built to represent the teaching of Lord Buddha.

The Grand Palace

The Grand Palace

is one of Bangkok's most beautiful and frequently visited sights. This palace was built in 1782 in the reign of King Rama I. In one corner of this massive compound is the glittering Royal Chapel, known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. The "Temple of the emerald Buddha" is the royal temple within the palacecomplex. It has a variety of buildings and frescos of the Ramakien (Thai Ramayana) around the outer walls. At present, the Grand Palace is used for important Royal and State functions. The City Pillar Shrine, placed opposite the Grand Palace, is a highly respected city landmark.

National Museum

National Museum

The first museum was introduced in Thailand in the Fourth reign (1851-1868). The King used two buildings in the Grand Palace to keep his private antique collections. But the first public museum was opened in 1874 (the Fifth reign)in the building namely "Sala Sahathai Samakom" located in the precinct of the Grand Palace. The museum was relocated in 1887 to the area of the Crown Prince after the Crown Prince appointment post was abolished. At present, many significant buildings in the former Crown Prince Palace are being used as national museum exhibition halls.

Phra Sumane Fort

Phra Sumane Fort

Fort is a hexagonal-shaped concrete structure, topped with pointed roof. At the beginning of Rattanakosin (since 1782) there were 14 forts along the city limits (defined by The Chao Phraya River and Klong Robb Krung). Today, only 2 forts (Phra Sumane and Mahakan) remain. Phra Sumane fort was partly destructed during King Rama V-VII (1868-1934). The Fine Arts Department repaired and restored it in 1959 and recently in 1981. This fort was brought back to its original appearance which is understood by the old picture taken in the reign of King Rama V (1868-1910).

The Golden Mount

The Golden Mount

This temple is an old monastery which was first built before the rise of Rattanakosin. King Rama I redeveloped and improved the condition of the temple. The Golden Mount, one of the unique landmarks of Bangkok,is located within the area of this temple. The construction of the Golden Mount started in the Third reign (1826-1851) and completed in the Fourth reign (1851-1868) and the Fifth reign (1868-1910).With little effort, the Golden Mount can be walked up to the top. From the top of the mount, a golden pagoda is situated and this area is one of the best points to observe the panoramic view of the entire Rattanakosin area.

Sight Seeing


Equestrian Statue of King Rama V

Equestrian Statue of King Rama V

We start with Equestrian Statue of King Rama V located in the center of the Dusit Palace ground. It was built to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of King Rama V's Accession to the throne. Behind the statue is the Anantasamakhom Palace. This palace was erected in 1908 by the King Rama V.

Democracy Monument

Democracy Monument

This monument was erected in 1939 to remind the revolution of the country administration from absolute monarchy to democracy (constitutional monarchy). Many elements of the monument imply events involved in the nation's administration and political change. For instance,the height of the four posts is 24 metres which means the date of the political change (24th of June 1932). The 75 cannons at the base means the year 2475 B.E. or 1932. At the base panel of the four posts, the relief of people involved in the revolution were created. The Democracy Monument is the symbolic structure that represents liberty and democracy in Thailand.

The Ministry of Defence

The Ministry of Defence

This huge building was built in 1882 and completed in 1884 on the land of former three palaces existed in the First reign (1782-1809). It was used as barrack and storehouse at the beginning and became the head office of Ministry of Defence later. The Roman pediment and six columns supporting the front balcony are very outstanding and representing power of the Army. The front garden is decorated with ancient cannon which also symbolize the power.


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