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Bangkok: Shangri-La, Penninsula, Mandarin Oriental

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I have alluded to this question in pervious threads, but it is now time to decide since I find some things are selling out. We are spending three nights in Bangkok at the end of our trip to Nepal and Bhutan next November and it is time to choose hotels. We will be probably feeling not so rich at that point. I am included to get a deluxe river view room at the Shangri La instead of paying $100 night more for a standard at the Penninsula or yet another $100 in order to be able to have stayed at the Mandarin Oriental. I am leaning strongly towards first choice, but would welcome comments before we reserve (if I saw right, the Penninsula may only have nonrefundables left, so that would eliminate it, but there may be better deal on its website than Expedia, which I made a quick check of.
Thanks.

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